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TUPOLEV TU-22
The Tupolev Tu-22 (NATO reporting name: Blinder) was the first supersonic bomber to enter production in the Soviet Union. Manufactured by Tupolev, the Tu-22 entered service with the Soviet military in the 1960s. The last examples were retired during the 1990s. Produced in comparatively small numbers, the aircraft was a disappointment, lacking the intercontinental range that had been expected. Later in their service life, Tu-22s were used as launch platforms for the Soviet AS-4 stand-off missile, and as reconnaissance aircraft. Tu-22s were sold to other nations, including Libya and Iraq. The Tu-22 was one of the few Soviet bombers to see combat; with Libyan Tu-22s under the command of Muammar Gaddafi being used against Tanzania and Chad; and Iraq under Saddam Hussein used its Tu-22s during the Iran-Iraq War General characteristics Crew: three – pilot, navigator, weapons officer Length: 41.60 m (136 ft 5 in) Wingspan: 23.17 m (76 ft 0 in) Height: 10.13 m (33 ft 3 in) Wing area: 162 m˛ (1,742 ft˛) Loaded weight: 85,000 kg (187,000 lb) Max. takeoff weight: 92,000 kg (203,000 lb) Powerplant: 2 × Dobrynin RD-7M-2 turbojets Dry thrust: rated 107.9 kN (24,300 lbf) each Thrust with afterburner: 161.9 kN (36,400 lbf) each Performance Maximum speed: 1,510 km/h (938 mph, Mach 1.42) Range: 4,900 km (3,000 mi) Service ceiling: 13,300 m (43,600 ft) Wing loading: 525 kg/m˛ (107 lb/ft˛) Thrust/weight: 0.38 Armament Guns: 1 × R-23 23 mm cannon in tail turret Bombs: 9,000 kg (20,000 lb) or Missiles: 1 × Kh-22 (AS-4 Kitchen) cruise missile L: 95,00 cm W:53,00 cm H:23,00 cm
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  February 12, 2017
Quoting Kurt's MOCs Great work! This is the first Binder I've ever seen in Lego and one I've been contemplating on building for a while (you beat me to it!). Nice wing design and the cockpit glass is beautifully done. Where did you find the engine nozzles? Is that a typical Lego piece? I've never seen it before. Excellent work all around!
thank u mate for your comment and I am thinking to build Iraqi model of this .. I would like so much to see your work ..
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  February 12, 2017
Quoting Henrik Jensen Here`s a comment more! Really splendid and impressive model of this cold war bomber. You have hit the unique wing shape really nicely, and the cockpit and engines are spot on. Perhaps it was possible to obtain a smoother shape of the nose section with a little SNOT technique.
thank u mate for your comment and I agree with u about the nose .. but some times you don't have the right idea on the time ... but you give an excellent idea about that .. thank u so much mate
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  February 12, 2017
Thanks a lot for your comments, feedbacks... i am really appreciate this
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  October 12, 2015
fantastic MOC! i love it.
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  April 28, 2015
Amazing work! One of my favorite aircraft
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  April 22, 2015
Not seen this one done before. Great job.
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  March 4, 2015
Very good, fantastic shape and great Details. Good Job!
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  January 20, 2015
Fantastic work as ever. Great job.
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  January 8, 2015
Awesome! Very accurate looking, good work on the shape. I agree with spartanicus, an SU-34 by your hands would be cool :-)
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  December 19, 2014
this blinder is blinding. i love it. all your models are amazing. how about an su-34 next?!
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  October 31, 2014
Great work! This is the first Binder I've ever seen in Lego and one I've been contemplating on building for a while (you beat me to it!). Nice wing design and the cockpit glass is beautifully done. Where did you find the engine nozzles? Is that a typical Lego piece? I've never seen it before. Excellent work all around!
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  October 30, 2014
You are good!
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  October 29, 2014
A true masterpiece. Really perfect reconstructed. Which Lego Set the engines are at the tail?
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  October 28, 2014
Here`s a comment more! Really splendid and impressive model of this cold war bomber. You have hit the unique wing shape really nicely, and the cockpit and engines are spot on. Perhaps it was possible to obtain a smoother shape of the nose section with a little SNOT technique.
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  October 28, 2014
Thanks a lot for your comments, feedbacks... i am really appreciate your taking the time visiting my page...and that means a lot to me
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  October 27, 2014
WOW! I, I'm speechless! Very beautifully crafted! I'm going to tell my friends about this! Never underestimate the strength of LEGO bricks!
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  October 27, 2014
Looks awsome :) Great job
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Matt Bace
  October 26, 2014
I really like the looks of this aircraft, and you've done a great job capturing the shaping and details.
A QIEA QIEA
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Black Smith
  October 26, 2014
Interesting shape on this new one, and very well done
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  October 26, 2014
That's such a piece of engineering art! Very well done! Keep building ! 5/5
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  October 26, 2014
WOW.
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  October 26, 2014
Balancing it on a wine glass is... brave! It looks highly accurate and a lot classier than sitting on a pile of trans. bricks :-)
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  October 26, 2014
Awesome jet. I love your pics. Killer MOC.
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  October 26, 2014
Fantastic job! How do you make your wings look so stable? My wings usually bend.
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  October 26, 2014
Beautiful job! The shaping of the wings are fantastic. Excellent!
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  October 26, 2014
Great work.
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  October 26, 2014
Awesome!!
 
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