Okay, here's a tip about which can climb in a higher altitude will win. You decide which one can fly much more higher altitudes. Most time missiles have shot down pretty much military aircraft though but not that much. Still not easy to destroy military planes. Most types of jets get shot down, well just a few of them not that many but there's only one military aircraft was never been shot down before, the SR-71 Blackbird the spy-plane. Missiles climb pretty high and fast but the SR-71 Blackbird uses stealth and a high speed afterburner. That's was a pretty good lock-on to the SR-71 Blackbird though but it is not easy. Missiles are pretty awesome and they're pretty powerful but not that much. Missiles still can lose military aircrafts. Military planes still can win. Missiles can only fly at 70,000 to 80,000 feet but the SR-71 Blackbird can fly at 82,000 to 85,000 feet. No SR-71 Blackbird was ever shot down before. The SR-71 Blackbird is the winner.
That depends on the type of bomb racks installed and the mix of bombs.
Fokker Flugzeugwerke GmbH was the company formed by Anthony Fokker, but controlled by the German government, that manufactured the famous Fokker fighter planes of World War I.
The SR-71 Blackbird wasn't really a stealth aircraft. It was a reduced RCS craft, meaning it had a reduced radar signature, but was still detectable, and relied on its speed for its defence.
It was an unarmed aircraft, being intended for photographic surveillance and reconnaissance. An armed prototype - the YF-12A - was tested for potential use as an interceptor, but was never fielded.
It would be difficult to have enough air speed. However, if there is enough of a wind blowing across the carrier deck, it would be possible. Aircraft carriers are actually some of the fastest ships the navy has, to allow the creation of the necessary speeds.
If the jets are VSTOL, such as the Harrier, there is no motion necessary at all, they can be launched off any flat service.
Although the first B52s were lost to operational causes during the Vietnam War in 1965; the first loss to a SAM (Surface to Air Missile) occurred on 22 November 1972. The first probable kill (USAF disputes claim, states B52 was downed by a SAM) of a Stratofortress to an enemy jet (MiG21) flown by NVAF MAJ Pham Tuan was on 26 December 1972.
'Mach ' is the speed of sound. This depends on air pressure and temperature. On a median day at sea level this is normally 761 mph. That figure can vary if air conditions are changed, but based on this common number, mach 4.5 is 3,324 mph.
It looks like Highway Gothic for most of the non-stylized markings (like the pilot/rio names, etc). It should be this for the spots where it says like NAVY, etc. Things like the Aircraft Carrier names are usually some other font, so really it just depends on what specific marking on the jet you're looking for.
The question is a little vague, since there isn't a "logo" per se. There are various unit markings, (e.g. Sundowners, Grim Reapers, Tophatters, etc), but they'll have their own thing too.
The F-14 goes in excess of 1,500 mph.
The Sea Harrier flies about 740 mph.
RAF Leuchars and RAF Lossiemouth are currently the only jet fighter bases in Scotland.
The A-12 was produced from 1962 through 1964, and was in operation from 1963 until 1968.
The empty weight is 43735 pounds.
It holds the world record for the fastest jet plane it can travel at Mach 3.3 (three times the speed of sound)
The first Bf 109V1 fighter was flown in September 1935.
Mach 2.34 (1,544 mph)
That works out to 922 planes per day flew tactical missions into Khe Sahn during the Siege (That is 38 aircraft in the vicinity of Khe Sahn an hour for a full month. Or think of it as more than a plane every 2 minutes.)
That is what is called close air support.
The front person(The Pilot) operates all the controls and movements of the jet while the back person(The Missile Targeter) just controls and operates the full gunning and missile launching activities.
Most of the Halifax bombers were built and tested at Samlesbury, Lancashire. Others at Speke and Stockton.