Liquid-propellant rocket engine RD-170. Designed by V. Glushko in 1976. RD-170 – the most powerful liquid-propellant engine. Its operating time – about two minutes. During this time it consumes 2393 kg of oxidizer and fuel per second: a 60-ton railway tanker passes through its turbopump in just 25 seconds.More
MiG – 15 UTI training fighter. Designed in 1949. A two-seater middle-wing plane of the all metal construction with a hermetic cockpit and two catapulting seats. Crew – 2, armament – 23 mm NR-23 gun; 12.7 UKB-E machine gun, speed – 1010 km/h, ceiling – 14150 m, flight range – 950 km. A Soviet first …More
French trucks from WW2. Laffly S20 TL VDP (Voiture de Dragons Portes). Six cylinders, 3.0 L, 68 HP, 50 km/h
EPOS. A Soviet analogue of experimental piloted orbit aircraft from 1976 (product 105-11) by Mikoyan DB. Chief designer – G. Lozino-Lozinsky.
Was tested to exercise approach system, access stability and control capability of the aircraft – dropped from the altitude of 5500 m from the carrier Tu-95. Crew -1, take-off weight – 4400 kg, length …More
Su-25 (Grach) ground attack aircraft. Developed in 1975. Crew – 1, armament – 30 mm Gsh 30-2 gun, ammunition – 250 30 mm shots; NAR UB-20/32 outboard blocks, speed – 950 km/h, ceiling – 7000 m, flight range – 1250 kmMore
World War II tracked vehicles: Studebaker M29 C Weasel from US. Six cylinders, 2.8 L, 70 HP, 58 km/hMore
US army trucks. Dodge WC-62 from WW2. Six cylinders, 3.77 L, 92 HP, 85 km/hMore
An Italian artillery tractor FIAT SPA TL.37 from 1937. Four cylinders, 4.05 L, 52 HP, 38.2 km/hMore
US army trucks. GMC CCKW-353 from WW2. 90 HP, 6 cylinders, 4.4 L, 72 km/hMore
The Aérospatiale (formerly Sud Aviation) SA 321 Super Frelon (“Super Hornet”) is a three-engined heavy transport helicopter produced by aerospace manufacturer Sud Aviation (later Aérospatiale) of France. It held the distinction of being the most powerful helicopter to be built in Europe at one point, as well as being the world’s fastest helicopter.
Engine: the Turbomeca …More