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During tri als held o n the Black Sea in September-Novembe r 1952. Tu-14T and modified 11-28 torpedo-bombers successfully dropped 54 RAT-52 torpedoes, both inert and live; targeting was done using an OPB-6SR sight on bo th aircraft. The RAT-52 was officially included in the AVMF invent ory on 4 February 1953. ). 490 miles) respectively. However. the convert ed 11-28 had some serio us deficiencies. It carried only about one third of its design payload and could not carry ot her models of torped oes int ernally.

Km (m iles) End urance at 10,000 m with drop tanks and 45-36AMY torpedo Endurance at IOAOO-12,550 m/585- 900 km/h with drop tanks and 45-36AM Y torpedo Take-off run at ma ximum TOW. m (It) Ta ke-off distance at ma ximum TOW. m (1'1) Landing run. m (ft ) Landing distance. m (It) • n» - - • Notes: * Speed limited because of dynamic strengt h limit. ** Data for YK-I-powered I1-28T. 000 kg (33,068 Ib) landi ng weight. 125 (6,971) *** - Above: Thi s head -on view of an Il-28U shows how the train er provided both pilot s with an unrestricted forward view.

735) 6. 5 (1. 837) 13. a . a. a. a. a . a . a . a . 658) 3. a. 790/2. 7 33/1. a . 4 hr 33 min ** n. a. a . a. a . 280) lUI. 6 16) t 945 (3. 875 (6. -18'.. a. 624) 660 (2. a. a. a. a . a . TH E March 1952 - a tigh t sched u le which p roved impossible to mainta in . The unseriall ed I1-28 R M pro totype (c/n 520037 14) first flew o n 17 February 1952. but the manu fa cturer's flight tests were not com pleted until 12 Ap ril (the test report was signed o n 29 April); thus the State acceptance tria ls did not com mence until 10 July.

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