Trust in Thriving Thrust

Braybrook, Ray
February 2003
Armada International;Feb/Mar2003, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p96
Provides information on advances in the fields of turboprops for military transports and innovative concepts to provide combat aircraft with vertical/short take-off and landing capabilities. Operation of the General Electric F404 fighter engine; Counterpart of F404 in Russia; Models of fighter engines considered simple in mechanical terms.


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