The Powerful AT4 Rocket Launcher in Action by Saab
AT4 - Swedish antitank grenade launcher designed and manufactured in
factories Förenade fabriksverken (FFV) (now part of Saab Bofors Dynamics).
At the beginning of the 80s in Sweden began work on a new single grenade
launcher, the successor Pskott m / 68. In the mid-80s ready prototype was a
series of grenade launchers marked AT4. Among the potential buyers were
also United States Armed Forces, which after canceling a program launcher
Viper began searching for a successor obsolete M72 LAW launcher outside the
United States. Search ended testing, during which AT4 grenade compete with
the German Armbrust. After the tests, the US command decided to adopt the
AT4 weapons under the designation M136 AT4. Before you start shopping for
serial grenade but requested change. Modified with new sights AT4 was
admitted to the weapons the US military under the designation M136 AT4. A
modified version was also admitted to the arms of the Swedish army under
the designation Pansarskott m / 86 (Pskott m / 86). In the following years
AT4 weapons went to several armies in the world. A small number of these
launchers received under the US FMS program also features the Polish Army
(Poland designatum - handheld antitank grenade launcher, AT-4).
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SAAB Gripen STOL Capabilities
The Saab JAS 39 "Gripen" (Griffin or "Gryphon") is a fighter aircraft
manufactured by the Swedish aerospace company Saab. Gripen International
acts as a prime contracting organisation and is responsible for marketing,
selling and supporting the Gripen fighter around the world.
The aircraft is in service with the Swedish Air Force, the Czech Republic
Air Force and the Hungarian Air Force, and has been ordered by the South
African Air Force.
Length: 14.1 m (46 ft 3 in)
Wingspan: 8.4 m (27 ft 7 in)
Height: 4.5 m (14 ft 9 in)
Wing area: 25.54 m (274.9 ft)
Empty weight: 6,620 kg (14,600 lb)
Loaded weight: 8,720 kg (19,200 lb)
Max takeoff weight: 14,000 kg (31,000 lb)
Powerplant: 1× Volvo Aero RM12 (GE F404) afterburning turbofan, 54 kN dry, 80 kN with afterburner
(12,000 lbf / 18,100 lbf)
Wheel track: 2.4 m (7 ft 10 in)
Maximum speed: Mach 2
Range: Combat radius 800 km, (500 mi), (430 NM). ()
Service ceiling: 15,000 m (50,000 ft)
Rate of climb: m/s (ft/min)
Wing loading: 341 kg/m² (70,3 lb/ft²)
1 × 27 mm Mauser BK-27 cannon
6 × Rb 74 or Rb 98
4 × Rb 99, Rb 71, MICA or Meteor
4 x Rb 75
2 x KEPD 350
4 x laser-guided bomb
4 x CRV7 rocket pod
2 x Rb 15F anti-ship missile
2 x Bk 90 cluster bomb
Saab J37 Viggen RC Jet Airplane
Saab J 37 Viggen RC Jet Plane Has A Display At Kristiflygare Meeting In
Norberg Sweden 2014.
Saab J 37 Viggen RC Jet Plan Har Uppvisning Vid Kristiflygareträffen I
VIGGEN. . .BY SAAB! (airshowvision)
Here is one of the most awesome warplanes of the Cold War - the SAAB Viggen
fighter and attack jet of the Swedish Air Force - this one the sole
remaining airworthy example from the Swedish Historic Flight.
Sweden was neutral in the Cold War but was in a vunerable position in the
World and as such developed a huge air force to defend itself from both the
Russians and the Americans as a precaution.
This display is from the Waddington Airshow in Lincolnshire, England in
July 2014, and was very much one of the highlights of the day.
JA-37 making a short take off/landing also using reverses to pushback and
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Saab JA 37 Viggen in Italy
Excerpts from the first (and the only) display of a Viggen fighter in
Italy: Pratica di Mare(Rome), 1998
A rare Saab Draken (N35350) at the Reno Air Races in 2003. Unfortunately
the aircraft spent most of this flight away from the airport on a photo
run. This video does include a nice engine start and finishes with a chute
landing. The aircraft is powered by a Volvo Flygmotor RM 6C built under
license from Rolls-Royce (Avon 300).
02:22 Engine Start
04:08 Take Off
05:25 Landing with drag chute
Viggen-kollision (English subtitles)
Ljudupptagning från två Viggenplan som kolliderar. Händelsen inträffade
Oktober 1996. Flygplanen kom från Jämtlands flygflottilj F4.
A fighter pilot tells of when he collided with another fighter. The
subtitles are done with Google translate so it's not the best.
It happened in October 1996 Sweden.
The aircraft is Saab 37 Viggen. The moving pictures are not from the date
when the plan crashed.
SAAB 37 Viggen
Gjorde en hyllningsvideo till det vackraste stridsplanet som någonsin har
Made a tribute video to the most beautiful fighter plane ever built