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 Encyclopedia: La 5
The LA family was introduced in 1964 with the 273; the primary difference between the A and the LA was the new lightweight casting technique, which saved a great deal of weight (and was ahead of its time).
The LA engines were modern, relatively efficient, and extremely durable designs that became the mainstay of Chrysler's cars and trucks for decades - a fact which would probably have surprised their designers, given the pace of engine development at the time.
LA engines have the distributor at the rear, and the displacement is on the left front o the block, below the left cylinder head.
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 Lavochkin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lavochkin (OKB-301) was a Soviet aircraft OKB (design bureau), now defunct, named for its head designer, Semyon Lavochkin.
It gained distinction for its family of piston-engined fighter aircraft during World War II, and later shifted to missile designs.
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 Lavochkin La-5 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lavochkin La-5 (Лавочкин Ла-5) was a Soviet fighter aircraft of World War II.
The design work required to adapt the LaGG-3 to the new engine and still maintain the aircraft's balance was undertaken by Lavochkin in a small hut beside an airfield over the winter of 1941-1942, all completely unofficially.
By now, the shortcomings of the LaGG-3 had caused Lavochkin to fall out of Stalin's favour, and factories previously assigned to LaGG-3 construction had been turned over to building the rival Yakovlev Yak-1 and Yak-7.
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 Encyclopedia: Lavochkin La 11
As the last of the fine Lavochkin propeller driven fighters, the La-11 incorporated a laminar flow wing to reduce both drag and the onset of compressibility.
Along with the various Yak fighters, the Lavochkin La-9 and La-11 were commonly operated by the North Korean and Chinese Air Forces.
Typically, U.N. fighter pilots viewed the Lavochkins and the Yaks as 'meat on the table'.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Lavochkin-La_11   (190 words)

  
 Lavochkin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lavochkin (OKB-301) was a Soviet aircraft OKB (design bureau), now defunct, named for its head designer, Semyon Lavochkin.
It gained distinction for its family of piston-engined fighter aircraft during World War II, and later shifted to missile designs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lavochkin   (96 words)

  
 Lavochkin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lavochkin (OKB-301) was a Soviet aircraft OKB (design bureau), now defunct, named for its head designer, Semyon Lavochkin.
It gained distinction for its family of piston-engined fighter aircraft during World War II, and later shifted to missile designs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lavochkin   (96 words)

  
 Probert Encyclopaedia: Aviation (L-Ld)
The Lavochkin La-15 ('Fantail') was a Soviet single-seater fighter aircraft produced in 1948, and in service through the 1950's in a secondary role to the Mig-15.
The Lavochkin LA-5 was a low0wing cantilever monoplane powered by a M.82 two-row radial engine providing a top speed of 592 kmh and a range of 640 km.
The Lavochkin LA-5 was a Soviet single-seater fighter aircraft of the Second World War.
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 La-11
As the last of the fine Lavochkin propeller driven fighters, the La-11 incorporated a laminar flow wing to reduce both drag and the onset of compressibility.
Along with the various Yak fighters, the Lavochkin La-9 and La-11 were commonly operated by the North Korean and Chinese Air Forces.
Typically, U.N. fighter pilots viewed the Lavochkins and the Yaks as 'meat on the table'.
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 Encyclopedia: Korean War
The Lavochkin La-9 (Also known as La-130, NATO reporting name Fritz) was a Soviet fighter aircraft.
MacArthur was removed from command by President Truman on April 11, 1951.
From 1950, North Korea introduced MiG-15 jet fighters, piloted by experienced Soviet Air Force pilots, a casus belli deliberately overlooked by the UN allied forces who were reluctant to engage in open war with the Soviet Union and China.
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 Lavochkin La-11 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lavochkin prototypes sequence: La-126 - La-130 - La-132 - La-134 - La-138 - La-140 - La-150
One of the recommendations from the government testing of Lavochkin La-130 (Lavochkin La-9 prototype) was to further develop it into a long-range escort fighter.
The Lavochkin La-11 (NATO reporting name Fang) was an early post-World War II long-range piston-engined Soviet fighter aircraft.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lavochkin_La-11   (430 words)

  
 Lavochkin LA7
There is no doubt about it, the lightweight Yak 3 and the superb Lavochkin LA 7 beat the pants off the Luftwaffe in their chosen area of combat.
The Lavochkin LA 7 would have made a great `Reno Racer` because it was so fast at low level.
And hence the new generation of fighters from MIG, Yakalov, and Lavochkin emerged.
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 WINGS OF VALOR SERIES
Almost 8,000 of these excellent low-altitude fighters, the Lavochkin La-7 were built during WWII.
Kozhedub was awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union medal twice during the war with the third on 18 August 1945.
The fuselage, wings and tail section were covered with a molded plywood, the front fuselage was metal and the control surfaces were metal frame work covered with fabric.
www.eagle-editions.com /la_7.htm   (220 words)

  
 Lavochkin La-9/11 - Rubrik Origami
Lavochkin ini kemudian melangkah ke era yang lebih maju dengan membuat pemburu pancar gas, La-15.
Menyusul wafatnya Semyon Alexse'evich Lavochkin, sang pendiri pada tahun 1960.
Hasil racikan Biro Desain S.A Lavochkin yang juga merupakan generasi akhir pemburu berdapur pacu piston milik AU Soviet ini lebih banyak berkiprah dalam kancah Perang Korea.
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 Lavochkin La-5
La herencia de La-5's comenzó incluso antes de que el brote de guerra, con el LaGG-1, una promesa con todo underpowered gravemente el avión.
Con la mayoría del combate aéreo sobre ocurrir delantero del este en las altitudes de 5.000 m inferior (16.400 pies), el La-5 estaba mucho en su elemento.
Ahora, los defectos del LaGG-3 habían hecho Lavochkin bajar del favor de Stalin, y las fábricas asignaron previamente a la construcción LaGG-3 turned.over a construir el Yakovlev rival Yak-1 y Yak-7.
www.yotor.net /wiki/es/la/Lavochkin%20La5.htm   (583 words)

  
 Lavochkin La-9 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Designation sequence (Lavochkin): La-120 - La-126 - La-130 - La-138 - La-140 - La-150
The Lavochkin La-9 (Also known as La-130, NATO reporting name Fritz) was a Soviet fighter aircraft.
This page was last modified 06:05, 26 September 2005.
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 STAN STOKES AVIATION ART - Ivan the Terrible (Lavochkin La-7)
He was assigned to one of the first units to fly the new Lavochkin La-5 fighters.
Lavochkin was awarded a Stalin Prize and his design and production bureau received upgraded status.
Although a bit slower than its Mig and Yak rivals, the Lavochkin design had decent maneuverability, and was capable of sustaining a lot of combat damage.
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 Lavockin La-7
* Was ontwikkel uit de Lavochkin La-5 en er zijn er 5753 van gebouwd.
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 Burya
Lavochkin experienced a major setback in when the payload requirement for the nuclear warhead was increased from 2,100 to 2,350 kg.
Lavochkin’s missile was to deliver a nuclear warhead of 2,100 kg over an 8,500 km range.
Then Lavochkin experienced a major setback in September 1956, when the payload requirement was increased from 2,100 to 2,350 kg.
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 glue-it.com The home of model making
Although only a few full size examples of this type are documented the La —7 has some good credentials for a model with a distinctive wing and tail shape, a short rear fuselage section and a spacious cowl capable of almost completely hiding a 52 four stroke engine and its exhaust.
This kit currently costs £59.95 The decal kit costs £12.95 and comprises of 8 reasonable quality Russian stars, figures ‘93’ and pilot ‘kills’ stars for the port side between cockpit and wing which replicate White 93 which is probably the most widely documented La —7.
The retract kit consists of two very useful instruction sheets, one of which is a template for the wheel well cut outs, 2 mechanical retract units with legs, 2 Radio Active wheels, a retract servo, plastic wheel well linings and the ply plates on which the retract units will mount.
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 The Lavochkin La-5 Family
The Lavochkin La-5 family was created through the merging of the inline LaGG-3 airframe with a radial engine, and the resulting aircraft went on to become one of the most successful fighter designs of the Second World War.
The worn appearance and high number suggest that this plane was part of a training unit, but no evidence proves that one way or another.
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 Lavochkin La-5
Consequently, Lavochkin carried out a series of studies to improve the aircraft's characteristics and his work led to the creation of a second variant, the La-5FN, which became the principal production model.
The prolific family of combat planes built in the Soviet Union by Semyon Alexseyevich Lavochkin (its first notable exponents were the LaGG-1 and the LaGG-3) was enriched toward the end of 1941, by a new version, in which the Russian technician succeeded in expressing the full potential of his initial project.
These aircraft were distributed to the units and proved extremely useful in training pilots in what perhaps remained the Lavochkin fighter's only serious fault: its difficult handling during takeoff and landing.
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 Gran GRN-003 1/72 Lavochkin La-9/La-11 fighter on www.Aviapress.com. Model kits, Military Books and Magazines - the choice of the whole internet.
Lavochkin fighters were intended to provide an air defense as well as to prevent American aircraft activity in this region.
Lavochkin's famed La-7 became one of the best Soviet WWII fighters, however its wooden construction limited its performance.
The Lavochkin La-9 and La-11 became the last generation of Soviet piston fighters - the jet age had begun.
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 Lavochkin La-200 - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Lavochkin La-200
The Lavochkin La-200 was a Soviet all-weather jet fighter aircraft which first flew in 1949.
Lavochkin La-200 - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Lavochkin La-200.
Here you will find more informations about Lavochkin La-200.
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 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The I-310's primary competitor was the similar Lavochkin La-168.
Although it possessed a number of dangerous handling eccentricities (some of which were never really resolved), including pitch-up at transsonic speeds, it had exceptional performance, with a top speed of over 650 mph (1,040 km/h).
A variety of MiG-15 variants were built, but the most common was the MiG-15UTI (NATO 'Midget') two-seat trainer.
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 Semyon Alekseyevich Lavochkin
Semyon Alekseyevich Lavochkin (1900 - June 9, 1960) was a Soviet aircraft designer, born in Smolensk, Russia, responsible for several important fighter aircraft in World War II.
His fortunes faded after the war, his aircraft consistently placing second in competitions with other design bureaux, notably that of Artem Ivanovich Mikoyan, and upon his death his design bureau was closed.
The text of this article is licensed under the GFDL.
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 Lavochkin La-9 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Designation sequence (Lavochkin): La-120 - La-126 - La-130 - La-138 - La-140 - La-150
The Lavochkin La-9 (Also known as La-130, NATO reporting name Fritz) was a Soviet fighter aircraft.
This page was last modified 17:52, 28 October 2005.
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 Lavochkin La-9/11 - Rubrik Origami
Lavochkin ini kemudian melangkah ke era yang lebih maju dengan membuat pemburu pancar gas, La-15.
Menyusul wafatnya Semyon Alexse'evich Lavochkin, sang pendiri pada tahun 1960.
Hasil racikan Biro Desain S.A Lavochkin yang juga merupakan generasi akhir pemburu berdapur pacu piston milik AU Soviet ini lebih banyak berkiprah dalam kancah Perang Korea.
www.angkasa-online.com /10/12/origami/origami1.htm   (482 words)

  
 Lavochkin La-7
By 1943, the La-5 had become a mainstay of the Soviet Air Force (VVS), but its designer, Semyon Lavochkin, felt that it could be improved on.
Lavochkin began work on an interim fighter, which would replace much, but not all, of the aircraft's frame including the wing spars with metal alloys, but keeping the laminated wood exterior.
The Lavochkin La-7 was the ultimate wooden Lavochkin fighter, and very likely the best fighter aircraft of the entire war, on either side.
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 Lavochkin La-11 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Designation sequence (Lavochkin): La-126 - La-130 - La-138 - La-140 - La-140 - La-150 - La-152
The Lavochkin La-11 (Development name La-140, NATO reporting name Fang) was a single-seat, piston-engined fighter.
This page was last modified 03:59, 18 October 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lavochkin_La-11   (142 words)

  
 sov_mil.txt
La-174TK, Lavochkin The La-174TK was developed in parallel to the La-172; it reverted to the configuration of the La-152 and had very thin, unswept wings.
The I-153 was a refinement of the earlier I-15 and I-152 with retractable landing gear; the gull-wing of the I-15 was employed.
The I-15 was used in combat in Spain and proved to be one of the best fighter biplanes of its time.
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