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AMO-7247 1/72 Yakovlev Yak-21 Soviet Jet Fighter model kit

AMOdel AMO-7247 1/72 Yakovlev Yak-21 Soviet Jet Fighter model kit
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AMO-7247 1/72 Yakovlev Yak-21 Soviet Jet Fighter model kit

AMOdel 1/72 Yakovlev Yak-21 Soviet Jet Fighter model kit. Pic.1
AMOdel 1/72 Yakovlev Yak-21 Soviet Jet Fighter model kit. Pic.1

AMOdel 1/72 Yakovlev Yak-21 Soviet Jet Fighter model kit. Pic.2
AMOdel 1/72 Yakovlev Yak-21 Soviet Jet Fighter model kit. Pic.2

In 1946 the first Soviet jet fighters successfully passed State tests and were adopted by Air Forces. Practically at once the need for corresponding planes with double-manning appeared. The serial fighter Yak-15 was taken as a base of the construction of training aircraft Yak-21 in Yakovlev design office. The armament was taken away and on its place in front of pilot's cabin, designers placed the second cabin for the trainee.
Simultaneously with Yak-21, with regard for heightened demands to fighter, the staff of Yakoviev design office was working out a single-seater fighter Yak-17 and a two-seater fighter Yak-21 T(Yak-17UTI). Flying tests of the first training aircraft Yak-21 started in April, 1947. Aiihough the aircraft flew well, the tests were stopped because it had already become clear that Yak 21T(Yak-17UTI) would have better charactenstics.

Technical and tactical specifications of Yak-21
Length - 8700m
Max start weight - 2700kg
Ceiling - 10000m
Span - 9,200m
Maximum speed - 720 kph