What is the worlds largest air force jet?
The Lockheed C-5 Galaxy
Antonov 225 Mriya
Air Force 1 Air Force One
For passenger aircraft it is the airbus A380. Overall the Antonov 225 is the world's largest aircraft.
Delta Air Lines
Air Force One.
Air Force engineers worked along side with Boeing to create them. Who invented the Jet engine and jet powerd flight to make all future jet flight possible? ;)
Air Force One is any air force vehicle that is carrying the US President on board. However, the VC-25 that is usually ferries around the President is based on the Boeing 747 which has the nickname "Jumbo Jet".
Air Force One.
Air Force One
The Russian Air force likely has the most jet fighters in the world
air force one, its a Boeing 747
air force one
There is a series of fans, they get deeper into the jet and get smaller, as the fan sucks in air, the air condenses and gets smaller and smaller, at the end of the jet, air is released with an amazing force because the pressure is being released!!!
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To fly an Air Force jet you must be a commissioned officer. To become a commissioned officer requires a bachelor's degree, normally a four year program.
During the Korean War, the first American made jet engine for the US Air Force was General Electric. Soon after the Pratt and Whitney corporation developed a faster jet engine for the US Air Force.
The answer is 120 miles per second
what is the average pay for a helicopter pilot? a Jet pilot? do Air force Pilots get paid? benifits?
The Air Force has experimented with biodiesel in some of its airplanes - jet fuel is very similar to diesel.
It depends on the model of the Royal Air Force fighting jet that you are asking about. But the Eurofighter Typhoon jet, has a top speed of 1,320mph.
The aircraft commonly referred to as Air Force One is a turbojet powered airplane. The aircraft that is used to transport the president is a Boeing 747-200B which carries the military designation VC-25A. Although this aircraft is commonly used to transport the president, any airplane on which the president flies has the call sign Air Force One. Air Force One is a private jet just for the president.
The F-35 is the newest fighter jet. It is also the first jet that was made for all branches of the military.The Air Force has the standard version, (the Air Force flies for the Army, as the Army does not fly). The Navy has the version that can launch from and be recovered on an aircraft carrier. The Marines version can take off and land in the normal manner, or vertically, like the Harrier jet.
How much air drag acts on a jet with a constant velocity of 700 km hr when the force of the jet engines is 40000 N?
Regardless of what its speed is, if the aircraft is not accelerating, then the net force on it is zero. Since the force of the engines is 40,000 N, there must be exactly 40,000 N of opposing force in the opposite direction. That's the air resistance.
None the British army is an army, not an air force.
Does the downward force of air on the top of the wings increase or decrease of a jet increasing in speed?
25 gallons per hour.
The US President Travels in a purpose built Boeing 747 jet. It belongs to the US Air Force, under the codename Air Force One.
The force of the jet engine propels a jet plane. The force of the engine pushes the exhaust gasses backward at great speed and the plane moves forward. This force propels the jet plane.
You build a jet and fly to the airforce base and give them your credit
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Air resistance is the force acting on an object moving in air that tends to slow it down or produce drag. If a stone is falling, air resistance will be acting on it to try to slow it. Should we consider a jet moving through air, air resistance will be providing drag to slow the jet down.
In 1958 President Dwight D. Eisenhower became the first president to use the Boeing 707 as the first jet aircraft with the call sign Air Force One.
The worlds smallest passenger plane is probably a piper jet
The jet engine takes in air through the large fan on the front. The air then passes through the compression fans, making the air highly compressed. The air is mixed with fuel before being ignited. The hot gasses push out the back of the engine at high force, creating thrust, making the plane, car, boat, or whatever the jet is on move forward.
The fan blades force and compress the incoming air and then the compressed air gets sprayed with jet fuel. The fuel and air mixture is then ignited by an electrical spark, which causes the mixture to expand and forced out the back of the engine providing thrust, forcing the plane forward.
Israel has at least two or more Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter jets. It is their most advanced fighter jet that can reach almost mach 3 and is a stealth jet.
The first operational jet fighter was called the Messerschmitt Me-262.
I think its the Boeing Business Jet at 72 million dollars
Philip J. R. Moyes has written: 'RAF jet bomber flypast' -- subject(s): Great Britain, Great Britain. Royal Air Force, Jet bombers 'Royal Air Force bombers of World War Two' -- subject(s): Bombers, Great Britain, Great Britain. Royal Air Force 'Handley Page Halifax Merlin Engined Vari'
about one fourth, 1/4 of the worlds jet fuil is used for the military annually. that is about 42 million tons per year!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Boeing 777 can boast that it is the worlds largest twin jet aircraft. It originally began flying the Boeing 777-200 which was the first in its series in 1995. The Emirates, United Airlines, Air France as well as Singapore Airlines have the Boeing 777 in their fleet of aircraft.
Jet fuel is injected into high pressure air in jet engines.
Only the Russian Air Force could tell you that.
The President of the USA, flies in a personal jet plane, just for him, known as "Air Force One"
The Vietnam War escalated from a Viet Cong guerrilla war to a war involving regular Army units of the North Vietnamese Army; including jet aircraft combat between US Air Force/US Navy jet fighter planes against North Vietnamese Air Force fighter aircraft.
The fastest jet fighter the US ever had was the (air-to-air missile-launching) YF-12A, an interceptor prototype of interceptor aircraft which the United State Air Force evaluated as a development of the highly-secret Lockheed A-12 that also spawned the now famous (retired) SR-71 Blackbird. The current champion is the F-15C, which has a slightly faster top speed than the newer F-22. However, top speed is generally of minor use in modern jet combat.
difference between air jet loom and water jet loom
Yes. The B-2 is a US Air Force bomber that is powered by jet engines and is a flying wing with a low radar cross section---i.e. a stealth bomber.
The jet does not belong to Mr. Obama, and in fact, he did not buy it. "Air Force One" is the official presidential air plane, and it used by the President of the United States, whoever that president is. Mr. Bush rode in it when he was president, and Mr. Obama rides in it now.
I'm not really sure but i think its the bd-5 micro that is the smallest jet in the world its the Guinness's world record (for obviously the worlds smallest jet)