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C4 – 1/72 MITSUBISHI T-2

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Scale … 1:72
Part number ……… C4

The Mitsubishi T-2 is a supersonic trainer of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force.
At that time, the Air Self-Defense Force was
becoming the mainstream of aircraft with significantly higher flight performance than the previous F-86F, such as the deployment of the F-104J and the decision to introduce the F-4EJ .
For this reason, the education of pilots on board them became a problem.
For this reason, the Japan Air Self-Defense Force has decided to introduce a new supersonic jet trainer.
Initially, it was
considered whether to develop the T-38 used by the US Air Force at that time or a new domestic development, but it was decided to develop it domestically.

The Technical Research and Development Institute of the Defense Agency submitted specifications to domestic aircraft manufacturers, and
in September 1967, the
XT project started with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries as the main contractor and other companies cooperating with production.
The XT plan is a twin-engine training aircraft plan for relocation, but as a major feature,
it was required from the beginning that it could be developed into a support fighter (FS-X) at the same time.
The first plan for the prototype of the XT-2 project was signed in March 1968, and the
mockup was completed in April 1969.
After that, the first prototype was rolled out on April 23, 1971,
and made its maiden flight on July 20, 1971 .

The outline of the T-2 is a return seat, twin-engine engine
with a Chulbomeca Adore Mk801A afterburner manufactured by Rolls-Royce of the United Kingdom, and a
maximum thrust of 3,310 kg. The main wing is a clipped delta wing with a high wing type and a valgus angle of 9 degrees, and the
biggest feature is that the lateral control was changed to a spoiler instead of aileron.
This is in consideration of the large area of ​​the wing flap.
The air intake, which is one of the difficulties of supersonic aircraft, is
a fixed lamp type with 6 auxiliary air intakes around it.
Fixed armament carries the M61A-1 Vulcan cannon.
In addition, the on-board radar is equipped with the domestic J / AWG-11 radar FCS developed by Mitsubishi Electric, but
these are not installed in the T-2 early model used in the fighter aircraft operation basic course.

As mentioned above, there were two T-2 trainer aircraft, the early model and the late model.
Students who complete the basic maneuvering course on the T-33A and obtain the wing mark will
enter the combat maneuvering basic course at Matsushima Air Base. The T-2 early model is used at this time, and
students learn basic knowledge about supersonic flight and maneuvering with the T-2.
Students who complete this will proceed to the next battle maneuvering course.
The late T-2 model used at this time
learned how to operate fighter aircraft such as shooting with an aircraft equipped with radar and Vulcan guns, and student pilots who graduated from this were
assigned to each actual combat unit.
The T-2, which was deployed at Matsushima Air Base in 1975, has been used for student training for nearly 30 years, but in
2004, the successor was handed over to the F-2B and retired from the training flight.

 

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Escala … 1:72
Número de pieza ……… C4

The Mitsubishi T-2 is a supersonic trainer of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force.
At that time, the Air Self-Defense Force was
becoming the mainstream of aircraft with significantly higher flight performance than the previous F-86F, such as the deployment of the F-104J and the decision to introduce the F-4EJ .
For this reason, the education of pilots on board them became a problem.
For this reason, the Japan Air Self-Defense Force has decided to introduce a new supersonic jet trainer.
Initially, it was
considered whether to develop the T-38 used by the US Air Force at that time or a new domestic development, but it was decided to develop it domestically.

The Technical Research and Development Institute of the Defense Agency submitted specifications to domestic aircraft manufacturers, and
in September 1967, the
XT project started with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries as the main contractor and other companies cooperating with production.
The XT plan is a twin-engine training aircraft plan for relocation, but as a major feature,
it was required from the beginning that it could be developed into a support fighter (FS-X) at the same time.
The first plan for the prototype of the XT-2 project was signed in March 1968, and the
mockup was completed in April 1969.
After that, the first prototype was rolled out on April 23, 1971,
and made its maiden flight on July 20, 1971 .

El contorno de la T-2 es un asiento de retorno, motor bimotor
con un postquemador Chulbomeca Adore Mk801A fabricado por Rolls-Royce del Reino Unido, y un
empuje máximo de 3.310 kg. El ala principal es un ala delta recortada con un tipo de ala alta y un ángulo en valgo de 9 grados, y el
La característica más importante es que el control lateral se cambió a un spoiler en lugar de un alerón.
Esto se debe a la gran superficie del flap del ala.
La entrada de aire, que es una de las dificultades de los aviones supersónicos, es
un tipo de lámpara fija con 6 tomas de aire auxiliares a su alrededor.
El armamento fijo lleva el cañón Vulcan M61A-1.
Además, el radar de a bordo está equipado con el radar nacional J / AWG-11 FCS desarrollado por Mitsubishi Electric, pero
estos no están instalados en el modelo temprano T-2 usado en el curso básico de operación de aviones de combate.

Como se mencionó anteriormente, había dos aviones de entrenamiento T-2, el modelo inicial y el último modelo.
Los estudiantes que completen el curso básico de maniobras en el T-33A y obtengan la nota de ala
ingrese al curso básico de maniobras de combate en la Base Aérea de Matsushima. El primer modelo T-2 se utiliza en este momento, y
los estudiantes aprenden conocimientos básicos sobre vuelo supersónico y maniobras con el T-2.
Los estudiantes que completen esto pasarán al siguiente curso de maniobras de batalla.
El último modelo T-2 utilizado en este momento
aprendieron a operar aviones de combate, como disparar con un avión equipado con radar y cañones Vulcan, y los estudiantes pilotos que se graduaron de esto fueron
asignado a cada unidad de combate real.
El T-2, que se desplegó en la Base Aérea de Matsushima en 1975, se ha utilizado para la formación de estudiantes durante casi 30 años, pero en
2004, el sucesor fue entregado al F-2B y se retiró del vuelo de entrenamiento.

 


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