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Russian Flying Fortress The experimental bomber Kalinin K-7 was designed and tested by the USSR in the 1930's. It completed seven test flights before a crash in 1933.

Russian Flying Fortress The experimental bomber Kalinin K-7 was designed and tested by the USSR in the 1930's. It completed seven test flights before a crash in 1933.

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US Carrier threatening Chinese H-6K Strategic long range Bomber: H-6K 'Badger' is developed from Russian Tu-16 'Badger'------- 1) Enlarged ,modified air intake for morepowerful Russian Solovien 2x Solovien D-30 Turbofen jet engine. 2) Radius 3,500 km. 3) 7x long range(1,250mile) cruise Missiles 4) improved Radar with precision guidance equipment. 4th generation Chinese Strategic long range bomber like US, Britain, & Russia

US Carrier threatening Chinese H-6K Strategic long range Bomber: H-6K 'Badger' is developed from Russian Tu-16 'Badger'------- 1) Enlarged ,modified air intake for morepowerful Russian Solovien 2x Solovien D-30 Turbofen jet engine. 2) Radius 3,500 km. 3) 7x long range(1,250mile) cruise Missiles 4) improved Radar with precision guidance equipment. 4th generation Chinese Strategic long range bomber like US, Britain, & Russia

Kalinin K-7 Giant Transport/Bomber (USRR 1933)  Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/aircraft/Kalinin-K7.html

Kalinin K-7 Giant Transport/Bomber (USRR 1933) Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/aircraft/Kalinin-K7.html

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