Tupolev Bombers

AIRtime Publishing | 2002 | ISBN: 1880588625 | English | 161 Pages | PDF | 147 MB

With the end of World War II and the dawn of the nuclear age, the world's new superpowers (while allied for the defeat of Germany) entered a period of hostility marked by sharply opposing ideologies, proxy wars and the continuing threat of nuclear confrontation. The so-called Cold War spawned rapid development of dozens of new aircraft whose purpose was to enable one side to mount a devastating nuclear attack on the other, or protect against just such a strike from the opposing side. Russia's Tupolev design bureau was tasked with creating a series of long-range nuclear bombers capable of penetrating U.S. defenses. All of them captured the imagination of those with a professional or personal interest in military aviation-and continue to fascinate, even today. This title offers in-depth profiles of Russia's infamous long-range nuclear bombers, including the Tu-16 "Badger", Tu-95MS "Bear-H", Tu-142 "Bear-F", Tu-22 "Blinder", Tu-22M "Backfire", and Tu-160 "Blackjack".



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