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AMO-7264 1/72 Lavochkin La-250 Anakonda Soviet experimental interceptor model kit

AMOdel AMO-7264 1/72 Lavochkin La-250 Anakonda Soviet experimental interceptor model kit
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AMO-7264 1/72 Lavochkin La-250 Anakonda Soviet experimental interceptor model kit

AMOdel 1/72 Lavochkin La-250 Anakonda Soviet experimental interceptor model kit. Pic.1
AMOdel 1/72 Lavochkin La-250 Anakonda Soviet experimental interceptor model kit. Pic.1

Appearance of guided rocket weapon in the early fifties determined the system approach in aerotechnics desmmg K-15 consisted of aircraft-carrier La-250 and missiles '275', had to become one of the first armament system. The first experimental La-250A was built on June the 16-th, 1956. At the stage of shop test the project was guided by an engineer M L Baranovskiy and a test pilot A G Kochetkov. The emergence of the aircraft at the aerodrome aroused a storm of cheers, and the hero of the occasion was given a nickname 'Anakonda'. From 1956 to 1958 four pre-senal aircraft were built. Unfortunately, craches and other difficulties the aircraft constructors were faced with did not allow finishing the operation development of a distant intercept system of K-15 in time. By the late fifties performance attributes of aircraft LA-250 no longer met the requirements of Air Force Thus, in July of 1959 the work was stopped. The 4-th prototype of La-250A is exhibited in Monino city museum. Performance requirements to the system of such purpose were defined more precisely once again and the government regulation concerning working out of intercept system Tu 28-80 was issued before long.

Technical and tactical specifications of La-250A
Length - 26,800m
Height - 6,500m
Maximum start weight - 27500kg
Ceiling - 17000m
Span - 13,900m
Wing area - 80,0 m2
Maximum speed - 1800kph