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Su-35 Sound – Real Recordings

Su-35 Sound

MAKS Sounds 2019

Sukhoi Su-35 Sound is a sound of Rissian Su-35 Aircraft from the MAKS Sounds 2019 sound library. The MAKS Sounds 2019 library includes 11 audio files. Total duration: 41 minutes.

NATO reporting name of the Sukhoi Su-35 is Flanker-E. The first aircraft design to receive the Su-35 designation had its origins in the early 1980s. The type made its first flight in February 2008. Although the aircraft was designed for export, the Russian Air Force in 2009 became the launch customer of the aircraft, with the production version called Su-35S. China’s People’s Liberation Army Air Force and the Indonesian Air Force have also ordered the aircraft.

Despite the lack of AESA, a radar system, “thirty-fifth” can detect targets at ranges up to 400 km and can track up to 30 air targets and to conduct simultaneous firing of eight of them. Such ability provides the fighter radar control system (RCS) with a passive phased antenna array “IRBIS”.

The cockpit on the Su-35 reminiscent of the cockpit of the fifth generation fighter. Unlike the Su-27, there are no analog devices with familiar arrows. Instead, two large color LCD screen, on which in the mode of “picture in picture” displays all necessary pilot information.

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MiG-35 Sound – Real Recordings

Su-35 Sound

MAKS Sounds 2019

MiG-35 Sound is a sound of Russian MiG-35 Aircraft from the MAKS Sounds 2019 sound library. The MAKS Sounds 2019 library includes 11 audio files. Total duration: 41 minutes.

The Mikoyan MiG-35 (Fulcrum-F) is a Russian 4++ generation multirole jet fighter. The fighter has vastly improved avionics and weapon systems. The MiG-35 has a maximum speed of 2,700 kilometers an hour, an effective range of 1,000 kilometers and a service ceiling of 17,5000 meters.

The main differences between the MiG-35 from the MiG-29 is the integration of the avionics information-sighting fifth generation systems and the application of advanced airborne weapons of Russian and foreign production. As well as enhanced combat stability achieved through the introduction of modern means of electronic warfare.

In developing the MiG-35 attention was paid to the improvement of performance. In particular, the increased reliability of aircraft, engines and avionics, increased durability and life of the airframe. According to statements of the corporation “MiG” flight hour cost of MiG-35 is almost 2.5 times lower than that of the MiG-29. For fighters had developed a set of technical and technological solutions to ensure the autonomy-based, such as the onboard oxygen station.

The story of the MiG-35 may be simpler than the interweaving of financial and bureaucratic delays and negligence of industrialists. The fact is that both MiG-35 and MiG-29SMT represent a deep modernization of the MiG-29. The difference is only in the amount of the modernization: the MiG-29SMT is a bit simpler than the “thirty-fifth”.

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Su-57 Sound – Real Recordings

Su-35 Sound

MAKS Sounds 2019

Sukhoi Su-57 Sound is a sound of Russian Su-57 (T-50) Aircraft from the MAKS Sounds 2019 sound library. The MAKS Sounds 2019 library includes 11 audio files. Total duration: 41 minutes.

The Sukhoi Su-57 is a stealth, single-seat, twin-engine multirole fifth-generation jet fighter for air superiority and attack operations. The aircraft is the product of the PAK FA, a fifth-generation fighter program of the Russian Air Force. Sukhoi’s internal name for the aircraft is T-50. It is the first aircraft in Russian military service to use stealth technology.

The Su-57 has two large internal weapon bays, where it can store a wide range of bombs and missiles, including four 77M beyond-visual-range radar-guided missiles in each bay. When armed, these missiles can target at ranges of up to 100 miles. The Su-57 is also capable of carrying nuclear-capable BrahMos-A supersonic cruise missile, but at the cost of losing its stealth as the missile must be carried under the aircraft’s wings.

The Fighter is expected to cost $50 million and the country’s air force project for the jets is expected to cost around $10 billion.

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Su-30 Sound – Real Recordings

Su-35 Sound

MAKS Sounds 2019

Su-30 Sound is the sound of a flying pair of Russian Su-30 fighters from the MAKS Sounds 2019 sound library. The MAKS Sounds 2019 library includes 11 audio files. Total duration: 41 minutes.

The Sukhoi Su-30 (Flanker-C) is a twin-engine, two-seat super-maneuverable fighter aircraft. It is a multirole fighter for all-weather, air-to-air and air-to-surface deep interdiction missions.

The aircraft’s powerplant incorporates two Saturn AL-31F afterburning low-bypass turbofan engines, fed through intake ramps. Two AL-31Fs, each rated at 123 kN of full afterburning thrust ensures Mach 2 in level flight, 1,350 km/h speed at low altitude, and a 230 m/s climbing rate.

With a normal fuel reserve of 5,270 kg, the Su-30MK is capable of performing a 4.5-hour combat mission with a range of 3,000 km. An aerial refueling system increases the range to 5,200 km or flight duration up to 10 hours at cruise altitudes.

It is approximately 73 feet in length and 21 feet in height with a wingspan of 48 feet. And it has 12 hard points for missiles and bombs which can be further increase to 14 by using multiple ejector racks.

Currently, India has seven IAF bases with 194 Su-30MKIs with 72 more on order. Unfortunately, IAF has lost six Su-30 MKIs in various crashes.

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Flanker Sound – Real Recordings

Su-35 Sound

MAKS Sounds 2019

Flanker Sound is the sound of a Russian Su-30 fighter from the MAKS Sounds 2019 sound library. The MAKS Sounds 2019 library includes 11 audio files. Total duration: 41 minutes.

The Sukhoi Su-30 (Flanker-C) is a twin-engine, two-seat super-maneuverable fighter aircraft. It is a multirole fighter for all-weather, air-to-air and air-to-surface deep interdiction missions.

The aircraft’s powerplant incorporates two Saturn AL-31F afterburning low-bypass turbofan engines, fed through intake ramps. Two AL-31Fs, each rated at 123 kN of full afterburning thrust ensures Mach 2 in level flight, 1,350 km/h speed at low altitude, and a 230 m/s climbing rate.

With a normal fuel reserve of 5,270 kg, the Su-30MK is capable of performing a 4.5-hour combat mission with a range of 3,000 km. An aerial refueling system increases the range to 5,200 km or flight duration up to 10 hours at cruise altitudes.

It is approximately 73 feet in length and 21 feet in height with a wingspan of 48 feet. And it has 12 hard points for missiles and bombs which can be further increase to 14 by using multiple ejector racks.

Currently, India has seven IAF bases with 194 Su-30MKIs with 72 more on order. Unfortunately, IAF has lost six Su-30 MKIs in various crashes.

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MiG-15 Sound – Real Recordings

Su-35 Sound

MAKS Sounds 2019

MiG-15 Sound is the sound of Russian MiG-15 Aircraft from the MAKS Sounds 2019 sound library. The MAKS Sounds 2019 library includes 11 audio files. Total duration: 41 minutes.

The MiG-15 Fagot was one of the first successful jet fighters to incorporate swept wings to achieve high transonic speeds. The MiG-15 and F-86 Sabre were the best fighter aircraft of the Korean War.

The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 had a single VK-1 Turbojet engine which was a direct imitation of the Rolls Royce Nene engine. Great Britain under an agreement of not using the engines in the combat situations brokered a few of the Rolls Royce Nene engines to the Soviet Union back in 1948.

The USSR built 1344 MiG-15, 8352 MiG-15bis and 3434 two-seaters. In the early 1950s, the Soviet Union delivered hundreds of MiG-15s to China. The Soviets also sent almost a thousand MiG-15 engineers and specialists to China, where they assisted China’s Shenyang Aircraft Factory in building the MiG-15UTI trainer (designated JJ-2). China never produced a single-seat fighter version, only the two-seat JJ-2. The number of JJ-2s built remains unknown and the estimates vary between 120 and 500 aircraft.

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