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IAe 24 Calquin (Royal Eagle)

Attack Fighter - Light Bomber

Fabrica Militar de Aviacion

FMA IAe 24 Calquin (Royal Eagle). The IAe24 "Calquin" (Royal Eagle) was a two-seat atack figther desined by the FMA (Fabrica Militar de Aviones - Military Aircraft Factory) in 1944 to replace the Douglas A8 bombers of the Argnetine Air Force.

First flight 02 25 1946.

IAe 24 Specification
Crew 2
Dimensions
Wingspan 16.3 mts (53.8 ft)
Length 12.0 mts (40.0 ft)
Height 03.4 mts (11.2 ft)
Engine
Two - Pratt & Whittney R-1830-SCG "Twin Wasp" at 2300 RPM 1050 hp
Performance
Maximum speed 440 km/h (238 kts)
Cruise speed, km/h 380 km/h (205 kts)
Service ceiling 10000 m (33,300 ft)
Service range 1,140 km (616 NM)
Armament
04 Browning .5 machine guns and a variety of bombs
and rockets of different weights and characteristics

References

  • "Emmanuel Gustin. Military Aircraft Database
  • "Los aviones de la Fabrica Militar de Aviones. IAe.27 Pulqui

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