Plenty of things changed about fighter planes between WW1 and WW2 : - metal became more and more used instead of wood and cloth for the fuselage and the wings - fighters got retractable landing gears under the wings - they got a closed canopy - machineguns now incorporated in the wings - basic aiming systems then after WW2 came the era of the fighter jet with V wings and a jet engine incorporated in the fuselage. IR and EM missiles have also revolutionized the air to air combat. Nowadays Fighter jets are multi-roles and can also handle ground attack duties.
That was a practice that goes back since the planes were manufactured. It is like a tradition.
since World War I, planes have been used in every war.
Fighting in the war. They served the same purpose as in World War 1, and ever since to the present day. A fighter plane of any era is designed to shoot down an enemy plane, thus gaining control of the air, or at the least denying the enemy control of the air.
Erm the 1930s is an intresting period both stylistically anel historically.
fighter planes during the First World War were generally petroleum power bi-plane which could nearly reach 100 mph, they were mounted with a machine gun which had an interrupter that let bullets go trow the moving propellers so it wouldn'destroy the propellers of the plane. The planes were made with a wooden flames and the wing structure was incredibly GLUED together so if the plane was to do violent manurers it could break. After the war what would of have taken years and years of research it took a few years in the war to improve the fighter plane. you know shaw in the 1920s and 1940s mono-planes which means 1 wing compare to the old bi-planes which had a top wing and a lower wing, planes using aluminums frames, better and faster engines on planes, zeppelins became a thing of the past bombers were the top bomber compare to zeppelins. Planes top speed was 300 mph when WW2 took place. I during WW2 planes were fast and maneuvererbol, a good example would the Japanese Sero which was one of the top fighters in the war like the Wildcat. Before the war ended the Nazis were working on a jet fighter plane and rocket propelled fighter which were the fastens of the time. when the war in Europe ended the U.S searched for German scientist to gain knowledge of the jet fighter planes and rocket technology.the Jet in WW2 had a speed of 400 mph, who ever had this type of technology in the war had the advantage of speed and altitude. Then in the Korean War after the U.S and the world had revealed the jet as a new fighter plane the jets ruled the skies in Korea were machine guns became a thing of the past because they started using misses. Today the Raptor is the top fighter of the time which can go 1000 mph and with its high technology it is a true dog fighter.
A "fighter" is a type of aircraft designed for a specific mission, i.e., fighting other aircraft. Early fighter aircraft were propeller driven, but since the 1960s, almost all fighter aircraft are powered by jet engines. The mission is the same, just the power plants have changed.
No, it had not changed.
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This type of great invention it had a huge impact on are world. It changed the air planes. They are more safe and advance now. Since the flight recorded gathers data of a flight and the air plane ends up crashing. The data is preserved so people can figure out how it crashed and fix the problem.
Technology is always evolving and changing everyday. Since 1995 the internet has changed the way the whole world operates.
It has become easier. There are now more vehicles and even planes to get people across town or the country whenever they want.
It has changed from the Jules rimmet trophy to the world cup as it is known today.
He was NOT the youngest fighter pilot. My Uncle, Paul Coari, was the youngest fighter pilot in World War II. But - I guess since Bush was the president - people think it's okay that he claims to be the youngest fighter pilot, even though he was not.
Since my name is Donal I know. It means world leader and brown haired fighter
Airplanes have changed the world through two categories: transportation, and warfare. Now it is very easy to go around the world to almost any location within a matter of hours. As far as warfare goes, think about it. Ever since WWII, planes have been used to deliver supplies and troops, and also dropped bombs, shot missiles, and have been used for reconnaissance.
There is no "the" since there are infinitely many non-parallel planes. Two non-parallel planes are planes that intersect in a line.
The word has not changed, the people have, as a result of the ease of communication. The world has changed because it is being constantly robbed it its natural resources to manufacture these things
It changed the world because if we didn't have gunpowder we wouldn't have fireworks but since we do have gunpowder we can have fireworks!Gunpowder affects everything especially in war:(
the weapons and how they attack the enemies!
The powers of the president have changed since the ratification of the constitution because the country has changed since it was ratified. These changes are necessary to keep pace with the changing technology in the world.
its changed to where you dont have to type anything in you can take it anywhere an take it across the world