Antonov A-40

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  1. B-17engineer

    B-17engineer Active Member

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    What was the point of this design.............what plane was supposed to tug it...........?
     
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    From this site...Antonov A-40 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "One T-60 was converted into a glider in 1942, intended to be towed by a Petlyakov Pe-8 or Tupolev TB-3."

    Have also read that two ANT-20bis were also considered as tugs, for the T-34 tank version.
     
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    B-17engineer Active Member

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    Thanks just a wierd design

    Negative Creep that photo is small i know sorry search google images for Antonov A-40 then u can see larger pictures
     
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    How bout U google it and post the pic link inside img brackets u frickin twat, by using the small little insert image square, the second one from the right, like so:

    [​IMG]

    that picture looks like this if I add a couple of spaces....

    [ IMG]http ://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a1/AntonovA40.jpg[ /IMG]

    If u dont know how to find the images URL, right click the picture, click on properties and then highlight and copy the address that pops up....
     
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