SU-25 Spare Parts
This Su-25 is intended for you to destroy minor cellular and also stationery ground finds and also to socialize low-speed air flow finds on the forward side and also within the closest tactical and also operational depth.
Some sort of two-seater alternative, Su-35UB (Frogfoot-B), might be a guns training planes manufactured from Ulan-Ude. This Su-25UTG is actually which the two-seater planes service alternative fixed with the arrester connect within the tail. This Su-25UTG is actually used around the Russian Dark blue 50, 000t planes service Admiral Kuznetsov.
An improved edition for that Russian Fresh air Force, the actual Su-25SM moved into service throughout Jan 2007. This upgrade involves completely new navigation laptop computer, Light countermeasures collection, SUO-39 flame handle process and also Phazotron
The wings get 10 pylons to carry a distributed of air-to-air and also air-to-surface weapon systems elect for that mission. Air-to-surface missiles take hold of Kh-23 (Nato codename AS-7 Kerry), Kh-25ML (AS-10 Karen) and also Kh-29l (AS-14 Kedge). The air-to-air missiles continued the small outboard pylons square measure the actual R-3S (AA-2D Atoll) plus the R-60 (AA-8 Aphid).
The aircraft tend to be fitted with UB-32A pods regarding 57mm S-5 rockets, B-8M1 pods regarding 80mm S-8 rockets, S-24 240mm carefully guided rockets and also S-25 330mm carefully guided rockets.
The Su-25 could be armed with 350kg-670kg laser-guided bombs, 500kg incendiary units and group bombs.
This aircraft’s twin-barrel firearm, the 30mm AO-17A, is installed within the side with the fuselage around the port part. This firearm is actually television with 300 rounds involving ammo and is particularly able to heating at a broke price involving 3, 000 rounds an extra. SPPU-22 firearm pods may also be put in place around the under wing pylons. This pods hold the actual GSh-23 23mm twin-barrel weapons, every with 260 rounds involving ammo.
|Close air support
|Sukhoi Design Bureau
Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing (former)
|22 February 1975 (T8)
|19 July 1981
|Russian Air Force
Belarusian Air Force
Ukrainian Air Force
North Korean Air Force
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|1978 – present