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[Special feature] Variable wing fighter-Glamorous era
-F-111 Ard Bark
・Hobby boss 1/48: F-111D/E
・GWH 1/72: F-14A
・AMK 1/48: F-14D
・Hasegawa 1/72: Tornado F.3
・German Level 1/48: Tornado GR.4
-Sukhoi Su-17/-22 Fitter
・Models Bit 1/72: Su-7 IG(S-22I) Fitter B
・Kitty Hawk 1/48: Su-22M4 Fitter K
-Sukhoi Su-22 Fencer
・Zvezda 1/72: Su-24 Fencer C
・Trumpeter 1/48: Su-24M Fencer D
・Art model 1/72: MiG-27 Frogger J2
・Trumpeter 1/48: MiG-23MLD Frogger K
-Rise and fall of variable wing fighters
-Variable wing fighter-painting and marking
-Variable wing fighter.
-A fighter with a mechanism that changes the wing plane shape of the main wing during flight.
-In many cases, the optimum lift can be obtained in various situations by changing the sweepback angle of the main wing.
-It can be seen that the high speed performance can be fully exerted by setting the sweepback angle to the wing during World War II, but on the contrary, the dilemma that low speed performance and stability at takeoff and landing are impaired has occurred.
-[If so, move the wings! ] It was not a simple thing to make. A high-power engine that can fly the strength of the main wing, the weight of its movable mechanism, and the body including the weight.
-There were a lot of challenges to overcome, such as the technology that can correct the steering characteristics that change as the wing angle changes.
-The development progressed at a stretch from the late 1950s to the early 1960s in the midst of the Cold War.
-From the late 1960s to the 1970s, it blossomed all at once! In the next issue, Airplane Model Special No. 30, we will focus on [Variable wing fighters].
-F-111 Ard Burke, F-14 Tomcat, Tornado, MiG-23/-27, etc. will be gathered in the magazine!
-Modeling JASDF-I want to see/shoot/make! ~
-Watayu Doin-What are you doing? ~
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )