What is the air combat victory ratio of the F-15C?
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Manned flying machines (not balloons, gliders or parachutes) used in combat began about 1911 with the Italians.. 1. WWI (1914-1918) was the first general war involving mass n…umbers of aircraft, globally, including in Asia and Mexico.. 2. WWII (beginning with the United States 1941-1945-the US produced more aircraft than all of the combatants combined) was the second general war involving mass numbers of aircraft, again on a global scale.. 3. Korean War (1950-1953) saw the first jet clashes. But was restricted to primarily Northern Korea.. 4. Vietnam War (1961-1975) saw the most bomb tonnage dropped from any war. But was restricted to primarily SEA (South East Asia-Laos, Cambodia, North Vietnam, and South Vietnam).. WWI, WWII, Korea, and Vietnam Wars all saw heavy aerial combat between aircraft (dog-fights between propeller airplanes & jets). However:. A. WWII was global.. B. WWII involved more nations (countries).. C. WWII was fought over oceans with aircraft carriers.. WWII saw more aerial combat.
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The longest jet dog-fight was between a US Marine pilot flying an F8 Crusader against a NVAF MiG17 during the Vietnam War. The Crusader's 20mm guns jammed and he stayed with t…he MiG anyway & the MiG did the same; they both ran nearly out of fuel and both went their separate ways. This was aired on the History Channel's "Dog-Fight Series.". According to the program, even though no aerial kill was made, it was such a gruelling duel, that the fight was studied at US aerial combat schools.
Suburo Sakai scored 64 aerial victories flying an A6M Zero during WWII.
The F14 Tomcat shot down a jet or two during quick operations under President Reagan in the 1980s but no US jet, since Vietnam, has shot down 5 or more jets in aerial combat g…iving it "ace" status. The last ace jets were the McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom IIs. Refer to the F14s website for further details.
The "Battle of Britain" was nearly identical to the US air offensive against North Vietnam during the Vietnam war. During the battle of Britain German twin engine bombers and …ME109 fighters bombed England while the British Hawker Hurricanes and Spitfires went up to meet them. Many German airmen became POWs in the UK as a consequence. During the Vietnam War the USAF & USN air units bombed North VN with 8 engine heavy bombers (B52s) and the usual fighter bombers (F100 Super Sabres, F105 Thunderchiefs, A4 Skyhawks, etc.) escorted by F4s, F104 Starfighters, F8 Crusaders, F102 Delta Daggers (RF101 Voodoos conducted reconnaissance missions), etc. NVAF MiG17s, MiG19s, and MiG21s went up to meet them. Many American airmen became POWs in North Vietnam as a consequence. In both wars, the defenders (British & North VN) performed INTERCEPTOR operations against BOMBERS.
He was officially credited with 80 downed aircraft. He shot down some aircraft that he did NOT receive credit and some say he was given credit that he did not down---his wingm…an downed it. Also, he was responsible for almost the same number of enemy aircraft killed. Some enemy pilots he shot down survived but then other aircraft he shot down had 2 crew.
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The lock to modern air combat would most likely be the United States of America. With one of the worlds largest and strongest militaries in the world, it is considered the mos…t technologically advanced in aeronautics.
Air to air combat refers to an air battle between two or more planes. The main aim is for one plane to destroy one or more enemy planes to win a battle.
Ultimate Air Combat was created in 1991-11.
Ultimate Air Combat happened in 1991.
Air Combat happened in 1992.
Air Combat was created in 1992.
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