Taxiing to executive
This year, the Su-35 will be selected for the first time at the international airshow. He will go to the Le Bourget Air Show and show his flight program there, which we have all seen and more than once.
Until 2015, the Russian Air Force will receive all X-NUMX Su-48C / BM fighters.
The combat capabilities of the F-35 in solving destructive missions were evaluated using mathematical modeling of the conditions of close air combat. As an adversary for the F-35, a commercial project of the OKB im. BY. Sukhoi - Su-35 with engines "117" NPO "Saturn".
Both aircraft have four short-range air-to-air missiles and a full-time artillery unit as weapons.
The results showed that the Su-35 as a fighter has an overwhelming superiority over its competitor. Possessing better maneuvering characteristics, it was more often than once in 2,55 – 3,39 in terms of the use of missile weapons, and in 3,54 – 5,24 times more often these attacks ended with the defeat of the target.
The probability of successful completion of a duel with Su-35 for F-35 does not exceed 0,21 – 0,28.
In total, a wave is now rising in which the desire to get Su-35, and not the praised American fifth-generation airplanes, is getting louder and louder. Of course, I would like to be happy for our aviation industry and let's hope that this is not all so easy.
And what's on the wingtips so rusty? Is it not smoke rockets?
parachute (PTK-10SK), but why release it on such a strip? Or is it automatically thrown away? After all, surely his resource is limited?
Stopped and ...
Motion with a dropped parachute
Engine life for nothing, do not spend, roll in tow.
A merry team gathered on the ground. She intrigued us.
And what was our surprise when we realized that they meet Bogdan.
He took a photo with them and drove on.
Sergey Leonidovich Bogdan - Honored Test Pilot of the Russian Federation, Reserve Colonel, Hero of the Russian Federation (2011 year). Since 2000, he has been a test pilot and deputy chief of the flight service for Sukhoi. He experienced more than fifty different types of combat aircraft.
Sergey Leonidovich Bogdan was born on March 27 on 1962 in Volsk, Saratov Region, he spent his childhood in Voskresensk in the Moscow Region, where his parents moved soon after his birth.
In 1983, Bogdan graduated from Borisoglebsk Higher Military aviation School of Pilots named after V.P. Chkalov and after that until 1987 he served in the Leningrad Military District, where he piloted a Su-17M2 fighter-bomber (67 apib, Siversky), then served for three years at a Soviet base in Mongolia. In 1990-1991, Bogdan was deputy squadron commander of a separate naval assault aviation regiment of the Black Sea naval aviation fleet.
Bogdan began his test test career in 1991. He studied at the Test Pilot Training Center (CPLI), and from 1993 at the State Flight Test Center of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation (GLITS, formerly Air Force Research Institute), he held consecutive positions as test pilot, deputy and commander of an aviation squadron of the Fighter Aviation Flight Test Service . In parallel, Bogdan studied and graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute.
In the state flight test center, Bogdan has mastered the 37 types and aircraft modifications, including the Su-17, Su-25, Su-27, MiG-23, MiG-29, Su-30МКК, Su-25ТМ and MiG-29С. In addition, he made the first landing on the aircraft-carrying cruiser "Admiral of the Fleet of the Soviet Union Kuznetsov" of the Su-25UTG and Su-33 aircraft. In 2000, Bogdan was awarded the Order of Courage and in the same year was dismissed as a colonel.
With 2000 of the year, after Bogdan resigned, he continued his test-pilot career on the flight test and development base of the Sukhoi company, tested various prototype and serial models of combat aircraft of this design bureau, including Su-30МК2, Su-27КМ and experimental fighter with a swept back wing Su-47. He performed demonstration flights at aviation exhibitions in Russia (MAKS-1999 - MAKS-2005) and in France (Le Bourget 2005). In April 2006, Bogdan received the title of Honored Test Pilot of the Russian Federation.
His first prototype of the T-50, he flew 29 in January 2010, and subsequently made the first flights on other instances of this fighter.
In April, 2006 was awarded the honorary title of Honored Test Pilot of the Russian Federation.
23 May 2011, the President of Russia, by his decree, awarded Bogdan the title of Hero of Russia "for courage and heroism, high professional skills shown during the testing and implementation of the new aircraft equipment".