Is there a simulator compatible with Harrier Jump Jet?
Yes, they are owned by Royal Navy and US Marines.
Harrier Jump Jet was created in 1989.
The Harrier Jump Jet, formally referred to as the "Harrier" or informally as "the Jump Jet",
The harrier jump jet was made in October 19 1960
Harrier Jump Jet - video game - happened in 1992.
Harrier Jump Jet - video game - was created in 1992.
Thw Hawker Siddeley Harrier was the first harrier jump jet. It is a British aircraft of the first generartion of V/STOL. The Boeing/BAE Systems AV-8B Harrier is the second generation
The Harrier Jet also known as the "Jump Jet" takes off vertically.
About 6 million pounds
The Harrier Jump Jet
top speed of the av-8b harrier is 700 mph
The Harrier Jump Jet
yes it does not a wheel thing
The Harrier, informally referred to as the Jump Jet
The Harrier 'Jump-Jet.' Capable of taking off and landing vertically or normally.
Are you refering to English Harrier Hunting Dog, birds such as the Western Marsh Harrier (Eastern England) the Hen Harrier (Scotland and England) the Montague Harrier (England) or the British Harrier Jump Jet (Hawker Siddley, Bristol).
About 45 cliks every 74 seconds I hear.
No it is strictly subsonic due to its large air intakes
The Harrier is used by the marines and is an attack and ground support Aircraft. This aricraft is also a VSTOL (Verticle Short Take Off and Landing)
It is a fighter jet, with is most notable feature being is ability to take-off and land vertically, giving it the name "Jump jet".
The later model Harrier AV8B can carry 7,500 lbs of fuel internally and 8,000 in wing tanks.
A harrier is a jump jet- it can take off straight up and land straight down or make a really short take off or landing on a runway. It cant hold a lot of fuel so it can fly for too long.
The British Hawker Siddeley Harrier is a V/STOL fighter and attack jet that can maneuver up down and sideways by use of swivelling jet nozzles. Skilled pilots could easily outwit faster fighters, as shown in the 1982 Argentine invasion of Falklands. The Harrier is still in use with the US Marines and Spanish and Italian Navies.
The Harrier jet introduced the idea of VTOL (vertical take-off and landing).
The original Harrier was built by the British Hawker Siddeley company. Later versions were built by the successor company to Hawker, BAE (British Aerospace) and in the US by MacDonnell Douglas.
A Harrier can't break the sound barrier.
known by initials VTOL which is vertical take off and landing example a Harrier jump jet
No. It needs air for its engines, so it can only operate in the lower atmosphere. Above 60,000 feet (20 km) the air is generally too thin to mix with jet fuel without high compression, and in any event the wings of the Harrier could not get sufficient lift.
The British Navy and Air Force (who have since retired it), the United States Marine Corps, the Indian Navy, and the Spanish Navy.
It was during the 1982 Falklands war (between Britain and Argentina). The Harrier made it's combat debut in this conflict, it performed very well, including shooting down US supplied A4 Skyhawks (an old Vietnam era jet fighter bomber) in air to air combat.
Vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), usually the domain of helicopters, can also be achieved by the Harrier Jump Jet, and the Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft.
Yes, the F-35 is alot better than the harrier jet. Both aircraft can do a vertical take off and landing but at this point, in the dog fight. The F-35 would get the harrier jet outgunned because the F-35 is much faster and more deadlier than the harrier jet. In dog fights only for harrier jets vs JSF(the F-35 stealth lightning) the F-35 would probably win the fight against the harrier jet. The Harriet jet… Read More
Osprey cv-22, or a Harrier Jump Jet, you can go to see related link for a more comprehensive list.
There are hundreds of types of Harrier Jets but the average length on one is 46 feet and 4 inches.
There's different versions, but it's a Harrier Jump Jet. Also generically known as a VTOL aircraft..
Helicopters, a Harrier Jet
The Harrier jet can travel at up to 689 miles per hour.
The fastest can go up to 735 mph(depending on type of harrier), and the slowest it can do is a mere hover.
Throughout the late 50s and 1960s, with the first jet being introduced in 1969.
Any that are classified as VTOL (Vertical take off and landing) craft. Some of the most recognizable are the Harrier Jump Jet and the V22 Osprey.
The Harrier can take off vertically.
The Harrier jet does this
Almost all aeroplanes need to have a forward speed to ensure they stay in the air, one exception is the Harrier Jump Jet, which has a unique ability to hover in one place.
The Harrier ( jump jet ) hadn't been developed by the time the Vietnam Conflict was over. The Harrier is a VTOL [vertical take-off/ landing ]that wasn't developed for regular use til the late 60's /early 70's. The British made it with a Rolls Royce engine. Only the US Marines used it from the US , but they are accident prone for all but the most experienced pilots.
Yes it can. However it cannot land vertically at high speed, it must latterally land. The Harrier's versatility makes it ideal for limited space landings.
There are variations but they have a top speed between 545-735mph.
yes, but not for very long, or the aircraft will overheat
the energy feild that would eject the seat of a harrier jet is you pushing the button with your finger @the answerer of the question.. i mean inregards to a UFO incident in the UK that the MOD was researching
Yes, though not as efficiently as a helicopter. The most notable example is the Harrier jet.
the harrier has four rotary nozzles that can direct the thrust downwards. This means that the harrier can perform a smooth VTOL. (vertical take-off and landing) during normal flight the nozzles are turned back into the horizontal position.
Yes there is a Japanese Flight Simulator Comercial Aircraft game. The name is Jet de Go!