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KPC-010 1/72 Mikoyan MiG-15UTI Soviet jet fighter-trainer model kit

KP/Mastercraft KPC-010 1/72 Mikoyan MiG-15UTI Soviet jet fighter-trainer model kit
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KPC-010 1/72 Mikoyan MiG-15UTI Soviet jet fighter-trainer model kit

KP/Mastercraft 1/72 Mikoyan MiG-15UTI Soviet jet fighter-trainer model kit. Pic.1
KP/Mastercraft 1/72 Mikoyan MiG-15UTI Soviet jet fighter-trainer model kit. Pic.1

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KP/Mastercraft 1/72 Mikoyan MiG-15UTI Soviet jet fighter-trainer model kit. Pic.4

The introducing of MiG-15 into the equipment of Czechoslovak. Air Force caused many far reaching alternations as for instance training and air traffic were concerned. It was necessary to build up new airfields with concrete runways. The air traffic with jet aircraft changed the traditional regime of life at fighter units. However the experiences Increased rapidly, together with new tasks for ground servicing of jet aircraft.
It was in July 1951, when The Jet Training Center of Cz A. F. received four large containers with MiG-15 UTI in each. Further six MiG-15 UTI were delivered by air with Soviet pilots at controls. From this point of time, the history of MiGs on Czechoslovakian skies is written. Thanks to unselfish help of Soviet Union, the series production of Mig-15s under licence conditions started. The Czechoslovakian designation for MiG-15 was S-102, for MiG-15 bis S-103. The series production of MiG-15 UTI started in 1955, with the designation CS-102. In late fifties the Czechoslovakian designations were abandoned and the original Soviet designation MiG-15, MiG-15 UTI was reintroduced.
Technical description
MiG-15 UTI was a two-Seat, training version of the fighter MiG-15. The second seat for instructor was placed in the area of main fuel tank, which was reduced. Also the armament was reduced to a single 12,7 mm machine gun. The swept-angle of wings was 35°, the negative dihedral -2°. On each half of the upper surface of the wing two aerodynamical 'fences' were placed. The fuselage of semi-skin construction had a detachable rear part for easy maintenance of engine. The pressurised cabin with ventilation and heating had two ejection seats for emergency leaving of the plane. The three-wheel undercarriage was operated hydraulically. The MiG-15 UTI was powered by RD-45F A turbojet engine with 22,26 kN of Thrust. The radio equipment contained also radio-navigational instruments OSP-48 and ID set of SRO type.