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SIAI-MARCHETTI S.202 BRAVO

The Siai-Marchetti S.202 Bravo is an Italian two-seater flying trainer aircraft first flown in 1967. The Siai-Marchetti S.202 Bravo is a low-wing cantilever monoplane of all-metal construction powered by a Lycoming O-320 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 230 kmh and a range of 1000 km.
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SIAI-MARCHETTI S.205

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The Siai-Marchetti S.205 is an Italian four-seater light aircraft first flown in 1964. The Siai-Marchetti S.205 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane of all-metal construction designed to be fitted with engines between 180 and 300 hp and with either fixed or retractable landing gear. The Siai-Marchetti S.205-18/F basic version is powered by a Lycoming O-360 A1A engine providing a top speed of 235 kmh and a range of 1230 km. The Siai-Marchetti S.205-22/R version is powered by a Franlkin 6A-350-C1 engine providing a top speed of 295 kmh and a range of 1325 km.
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SIAI-MARCHETTI S.210

The Siai-Marchetti S.210 is an Italian six-seater twin-engined light aircraft based upon the Siai-Marchetti S.205. The Siai-Marchetti S.210 is a is a low-wing cantilever monoplane of all-metal construction powered by two Lycoming TIO-360-A1A horizontally-opposed air-cooled and turbo supercharged engines providing a top speed of 357 kmh and a range of 1900 km.
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SIAI-MARCHETTI S208

The SIAI-Marchetti S208 is an Italian basic flying trainer aircraft with glider towing and liaison capabilities first flown in 1967 and based upon the Siai-Marchetti S.205 aircraft. The SIAI-Marchetti S208 entered military service in 1968 and is powered by a Textron Lycoming O-540-E4A5 flat-six piston engine providing a top speed of 320 kmh and a range of 1200 km. The SIAI-Marchetti S208 carries a crew of two and up to four passengers or freight in the cabin.
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SIAI-MARCHETTI S211

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The SIAI-Marchetti S211 is an Italian two-seater trainer and light attack/counter-insurgency aircraft. The SIAI-Marchetti S211 is powered by a Pratt and Whitney JT15D-4C turbofan providing a top speed of 740 kmh and a range of 550 km depending upon load. It carries up to 660 kg of disposable stores on four hard points, two under each wing. The S211 was designed to fill a niche at the bottom end of the jet-powered basic trainer market, and first flew in April 1981, entering military service in 1984.
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SIAI-MARCHETTI SF260

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The SIAI-Marchetti SF260 Warrior is an Italian two-seater trainer and counter-insurgency aircraft first flown in 1964, entering military service in 1972. The SIAI-Marchetti SF260 was originally produced with a Lycoming O-540-E4A5 six-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 375 kmh and a range of 2050 km, a later military version was powered by an Allison 250-B17D engine providing a top speed of 437 kmh and a range of 949 km. Up to 300 kg of disposable stores can be carried on four hard points, two under each wing.
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SIAI-MARCHETTI SF600

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The SIAI-Marchetti SF600 Canguro is an Italian short-range utility light transport aircraft first flown as a prototype in 1978. The SIAI-Marchetti SF600 is powered by two Allison 250-B17C/F turboprops providing a top speed of 306 kmh and a range of 600 km fully laden. The SIAI-Marchetti SF600 carries a crew of one or two and up to nine passengers or 12 paratroops or four litters plus two attendants or freight in the cabin.
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SIAI-MARCHETTI SH-4

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The Siai-Marchetti/Silvercraft SH-4 is an Italian three-seater light helicopter designed for pilot training, utility use, agriculture duties, surveying, ambulance and police duties. The Siai-Marchetti/Silvercraft SH-4 was first flown in 1965. The Siai-Marchetti/Silvercraft SH-4 is powered by a Franklin 6A-350-D six-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 161 kmh and a range of 300 km.
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SIAI-MARCHETTI SM1019

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The SIAI-Marchetti SM1019 is an Italian two-seater air observation reconnaissance aircraft with light attack capabilities first flown in 1969, entering service in 1976. The SIAI-Marchetti SM1019 is powered by an Allison 250-B17B turboprop providing a top speed of 313 kmh and a range of 1130 km. Generally the SIAI-Marchetti SM1019 is unarmed, but disposable stores can be carried on two under-wing hard points,
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SIAT 223

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The SIAT 223 Flamingo is a German basic flying trainer aircraft with liaison capabilities first flown as a prototype in 1967 and entering military service in the early 1970's. The SIAT 223A1 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by a Textron Lycoming IO-360-C1B flat-four piston engine providing a top speed of 245 kmh and a range of 880 km. The SIAT 223 carries a crew of two and up to three passengers or freight in the cabin.
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SIEBEL SI 204

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The Siebel Si 204 was a German light transport/crew trainer aircraft of the Second World War. The Siebel Si 204 was a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by two Argus As 411 12-cylinder inverted Vee piston engines providing a top speed of 364 kmh and a range of 1800 km.
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SIEMETZKI ASRO 4

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The Siemetzki ASRO 4 is a German two-seater, side-by-side, turbine-powered ultra-light helicopter first displayed at the 1964 Hanover Air Show. The Siemetzki ASRO 4 is powered by a MAN-Turbo-6012 shaft-turbine engine providing a top speed of 160 kmh and an endurance of one hour and twenty minutes flying time.
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SIKORSKY

The Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation, is an American company involved in the design and manufacture of advanced helicopters for commercial, industrial and military uses.
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SIKORSKY BOLSHOI

The Sikorsky Bolshoi was the first four engined aircraft. It could carry eight passengers. Its first flight was in 1913.
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SIKORSKY R-4

The Sikorsky R-4 was the world's first production helicopter. It entered service in 1942.
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SIKORSKY R-4B

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The Sikorsky R-4B (Hoverfly I) was an American built two-seat training helicopter of the Second World War. The British version was known as the Hoverfly I and the U.S. Navy version the HNS-1. The Sikorsky R-4B had a three-blade main rotor powered by a Warner R-550-1 7-cylinder radial fan-cooled engine providing a top speed of 120 kmh.
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SIKORSKY R-5A

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The Sikorsky R-5A was an American two-seater observation helicopter of the Second World War used by the US Navy under the designation HO2S-1. The
Sikorsky R-5A had a three-blade main rotor powered by a Pratt and Whitney R-985-AN-1 radial fan-cooled engine providing a top speed of 144 kmh.
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SIKORSKY R-6A

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The Sikorsky R-6A (Hoverfly II) was an American built two-seat observation helicopter used during the Second World War. The Sikorsky R-6A had a three-blade main rotor powered by a Franklin O-405-9 6-cylinder horizontally-opposed fan-cooled engine providing a top speed of 160 kmh and carried fuel for five hours of flying time. The U.S. Navy designation was HOS-1, the British name Hoverfly II.
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SIKORSKY S-51

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The Sikorsky S-51 (USAF designation H-5, US Navy designation HO3S-1) was an American helicopter produced in the USA from 1946 until 1951. The Sikorsky S-51 was powered by a Pratt and Whitney R-985 engine providing a top speed of 165 kmh.
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SIKORSKY S-55

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The Sikorsky S-55 (US Army designation H-19 Chickasaw, US Navy designation HO4S) is an American utility medium helicopter in service since 1951. The Sikorsky S-55 is powered by a Wright R-1300-3 radial piston engine providing a top speed of 180 kmh and a range of 578 km. The Sikorsky S-55 carries a flight crew of two or three and up to ten troops or eight litters or 5000 lbs of freight carried in the hold or as a slung load.
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SIKORSKY S-56

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The Sikorsky S-56 (US Army designation H-37 Mojave) was an American utility heavy-lift helicopter in service from 1956 to the early 1970's. The Sikorsky S-56 was powered by two Pratt and Whitney R-2800-54 radial piston engines providing a top speed of 209 kmh and a range of 233 km. The Sikorsky S-56 carried a flight crew of three and up to 36 troops or 24 litters or 10000 lbs of freight in the hold or as a slung load.
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SIKORSKY S-58

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The Sikorsky S-58 (US Army designation H-34 Choctaw, US Marine corps designation HUS-1) is an American utility medium helicopter developed as an enlarged version of the Sikorsky S-55, first flown in prototype form in 1954 and in service since 1955. The Sikorsky S-58 is powered by a Wright R-1820-84B/D radial piston engine providing a top speed of 196 kmh and a range of 397 km. The Sikorsky S-58 carries a flight crew of two and up to 18 passengers or eight litters or freight carried in the hold or as a slung load.
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SIKORSKY S-60

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The Sikorsky S-60 is an American large flying crane helicopter powered by two Pratt and Whitney R-2800 engines providing a cruising speed of 185 kmh, unladen, and an ability to carry a payload of 10,000 lbs. The Sikorsky S-60 has a working radius of 37 km fully-laden.
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SIKORSKY S-61

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The Sikorsky S-61 is an American civilian all-weather amphibious helicopter. The Sikorsky S-61 is powered by two General Electric T58-GE-6 engines providing a cruising speed of 239 kmh and a range of 185 km. The Sikorsky S-61 carries up to 25 passengers.
Military versions, designated RH-3 and SH-3 Sea King are also produced as amphibious, all-weather anti-submarine helicopters.
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SIKORSKY S-61L

The Sikorsky S-61L is an American twin-turbine all-weather helicopter air-liner based on the Sikorsky S-61, but with a longer fuselage, first flown in 1960. The Sikorsky S-61L is powered by two General Electric CT58-140 shaft-turbine engines providing a top speed of 241 kmh and a range of 425 km. The Sikorsky S-61L carries a crew of three and up to 28 passengers.
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SIKORSKY S-61N

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The Sikorsky S-61N is an American twin-turbine all-weather, amphibious helicopter air-liner based on the Sikorsky S-61, but with a longer fuselage, first flown in 1962. The Sikorsky S-61N is powered by two General Electric CT58-140 shaft-turbine engines providing a top speed of 241 kmh and a range of 425 km. The Sikorsky S-61L carries a crew of three and up to 26 passengers.
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SIKORSKY S-62

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The Sikorsky S-62 was an American amphibious helicopter first flown in 1958. The Sikorsky S-62 was powered by a General Electric T58 shaft-turbine engine providing a top speed of 208 kmh. The Sikorsky S-62 could carry between 8 and 12 passengers or could be fitted with a rescue hoist or towing attachments.
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SIKORSKY S-64

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The Sikorsky S-64 (CH-54 Tarhe) is an American utility flying crane helicopter produced in response to a West German requirement put forward in 1958, entering service in 1964. The Sikorsky S-64 is powered by two Pratt and Whitney T73-P-1 turboshafts providing a top speed of 203 kmh and a range of 370 km. The
Sikorsky S-64 carries a crew of two and an external load up to 20000 lbs.
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SIKORSKY S-65

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The Sikorsky S-65 (US Navy designation CH-53 Sea Stallion, USAF designation HH-53 Super Jolly) is an American utility heavy helicopter. The Sikorsky S-65 is produced in various models, the HH-53C is a search-and-rescue model used for lifting special forces and is powered by two General Electric T64-GE-7 turboshafts providing a top speed of 315 kmh and a range of 868 km. The Sikorsky S-65 HH-53 model carries a crew of three and two gunners plus passengers or up to 8000 lbs of freight in the hold or 20000 lbs of freight carried as a slung-load. Armaments vary but include two or three General Electric M93 packages each carrying one 7.62 mm General Electric GAU-2B/A Minigun rotary six-barrel machine-gun on a trainable mounting installed on the front of the hold at the starboard side door and port side window and at the rear of the hold.
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SIKORSKY S-70

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The Sikorsky S-70 (SH-60 Blackhawk and Seahawk)is an American three-seater tactical transport, and ship-borne anti-submarine, anti-ship surveillance and targeting light helicopter in service since 1983. The S-70B is powered by two General Electric T700-GE-401 turboshafts providing a top speed of 234 kmh and a range of 278 km. The S-70B can carry up to 2000 lbs of disposable stores on two hard points on the lower fuselage sides.
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SIKORSKY S-76

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The Sikorsky S-76 Eagle is an American utility light helicopter in service since 1979. The Sikorsky S-76 is powered by two Pratt and Whitney Canada PT6B-36 turboshafts providing a top speed of 287 kmh and a range of 578 km. The
Sikorsky S-76 carries a flight crew of one or two and up to ten passengers or three litters plus two attendants or 5100 lbs of freight in the hold or 3300 lbs of freight carried as a slung load. Generally unarmed, provision is provided for mounting one or two 7.62 mm machine-guns on pintles in the cabin doors and four hard points are provided which can carry anti-tank missiles or other disposable stores.
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SIKORSKY S-80

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The Sikorsky S-80 (CH-53E Super Stallion) is an American assault and transport heavy helicopter derived from the Sikorsky S-65 with a greater payload capability, in service since 1981. The Sikorsky S-80 is powered by three General Electric T64-GE-416 turboshafts providing a top speed of 315 kmh and a range of 925 km. The Sikorsky S-80 carries a flight crew of three and up to 55 passengers or 24 litters plus four attendants or 30000 lbs of freight in the hold or 36000 lbs of freight carried as a slung load.
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SIKUMBANG

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The NU-225 Sikumbang is an Indonesian single-seater light ground support monoplane. The Sikumbang is a low-wing cantilever monoplane of mixed metal and wood construction powered by a Continental O-470-A six-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine.
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SILVAIRE

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The Luscombe Silvaire was an American two-seater light aircraft of the 1930's, first flown in 1937. The Luscombe Silvaire was a high-wing externally-braced monoplane of all metal construction powered by a Continental A-75 4-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 185 kmh and a range of 800 km.
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SILVAIRE MODEL 8-F

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The Silvaire Model 8-F is an American two-seater light cabin aircraft first flown in 1956. The Silvaire Model 8-F is a braced high-wing monoplane powered by a Continental C90-12F four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 206 kmh and a range of 805 km.
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SIPA 200

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The Sipa 200 Minijet was a French two-seater light monoplane developed as a light high-speed liaison aircraft or basic jet trainer and first flown in 1952. The Sipa 200 was a mid-wing cantilever monoplane of metal construction powered by a Turbomeca Palas I turbojet engine providing a top speed of 400 kmh and a basic range of 550 km.
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SIPA 901

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The Sipa 901 was a French two-seater light training aircraft of the early 1950's. The Sipa 901 was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden construction powered by a Minie 4 DC 30 or Minie 4 DC 32 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 200 kmh and a range of 500 km.
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SIPA S-2510

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The Sipa S-2150 Antilope is a French four/five-seater turboprop-powered light aircraft first flown as a prototype in 1962 and in 1964 set several international speed records. The Sipa S-2150 Antilope is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by a Turbomeca Astazou X turboprop engine providing a top speed of 450 kmh and a range of 2050 km.
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SIPA S.12

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The Sipa S.12 was a French two-seater tandem advanced trainer aircraft of the early 1950's. The Sipa S.12 was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of metal construction powered by a SNECMA 12.S.02 twelve-cylinder inverted Vee air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 320 kmh and an endurance of 3.5 hours flying time.
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SIPAVIA S261 ANJOU

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The Sipavia S261 Anjou is a French twin-engined cabin monoplane first flown in 1959. The Sipavia S261 Anjou is a low-wing cantilever monoplane of metal construction powered by two Lycoming O-360-A1A2 four-cylinder or two Lycoming -540-A1A2 six-cylinder, horizontally-opposed air-cooled engines. The Sipavia S261 Anjou can accommodate between four and six people in an enclosed cabin and is fitted with dual controls.
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SIREN C.30S EDELWEISS

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The Siren C.30S Edelweiss was a French single-seat Standard Class sailplane first flown in 1962, and finishing second in the Standard Class at the 1963 World Gliding Championships. The Siren C.30S Edelweiss was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane of mixed construction and a top speed of 225 kmh in smooth air.
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SK 35C

The Sk 35C Draken is a Swedish tandem-seat operation conversion and proficiency trainer based on the Saab J 35 initial-production fighter with the RM6B afterburning turbojet.
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SK 60A

The Sk 60A is a Swedish air force basic trainer with light attack capability variant of the Saab 105.
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SK 60B

The Sk 60B is a Swedish air force attack variant of the Saab 105
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SK 60C

The Sk 60C is a Swedish attack and reconnaissance variant of the Saab 105 with a KB-18 camera in the nose.
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SKEETER

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The Saunders Roe Skeeter was a British two-seater light helicopter developed by the Cierva Autogiro Company before it was taken over by Saunders Roe in 1951, and first flown in 1948. The Saunders Roe Skeeter was powered by a de Havilland Gipsy Major four-cylinder inverted air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 162 kmh and an endurance of three hours flying time and a range of 424 km.
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SKT-125

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The Payne Sunday Knight Twister SKT-125 is an American single-seat biplane designed for amateur build. The Sunday Knight Twister SKT-125 is a variation of the Knight Twister KT-85, with an increased wing area to make it easier to fly and a more powerful Lycoming engine providing a top speed of 286 kmh and a range of 570 km.
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SKYHOPPER

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The Salvay-Stark Skyhopper was an American single-seater light monoplane first flown in 1945 with an open cockpit, later replaced with an enclosed cockpit. The Skyhopper is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by a Continental A65 or Continental C85 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 209 kmh and a range of 645 km.
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SLINGSBY CAPSTAN

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The Slingsby Type 49B Capstan was a British two-seat training and sporting sailplane first flown in 1961. The Slingsby Type 49B Capstan was a high-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden construction and a top speed of 190 kmh in smooth air.
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SLINGSBY DART

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The Slingsby T51 Dart was a British single-seat Standard Class sailplane first flown in 1963. The Slingsby T51 Dart was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane produced in various wing spans with a top speed of 216 kmh in smooth air.
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SLINGSBY EAGLE 3

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The Slingsby Type 42 Eagle 3 is a British two-seater high-performance glider first flown in 1954. The Slingsby Type 42 Eagle 3 is a high-wing cantilever monoplane of wood and plywood construction capable of a top speed of 80 kmh and won the two-seater class at the 1956 International Gliding Contests in France.
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SLINGSBY EON 460

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The Slingsby EON 460 is a series of British single-seater standard class sailplanes of mainly wooden construction. The Slingsby EON 460 is a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane capable of a top speed of 218 kmh.
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SLINGSBY SEDBERGH

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The Slingsby Type 21B Sedbergh is a British two-seater side-by-side training glider. The Slingsby Type 21B Sedbergh is a high-wing braced monoplane of mixed construction fitted with dual controls in an open cockpit.
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SLINGSBY SKYLARK

The Slingsby Type 37 Skylark was a British single-seater sailplane first flown in 1953. The *Slingsby Type 37 Skylark was a high-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden construction.
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SLINGSBY SKYLARK 2

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The Slingsby Type 41 Skylark 2 is a British single-seater sailplane. The Slingsby Type 41 Skylark 2 is a high-wing cantilever monoplane of spruce and plywood construction capable of a top speed of 69 kmh.
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SLINGSBY SWALLOW

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The Slingsby Type 45 Swallow is a British single-seater high-performance sailplane first flown in 1957. The Slingsby Type 45 Swallow is a cantilever monoplane of spruce and plywood construction capable of a top speed of 79 kmh.
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SLINGSBY T.53

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The Slingsby T.53 was a British all-metal two-seat tandem sailplane first flown in 1967. The Slingsby T.53 was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane with a top speed of 216 kmh in smooth air.
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SLINGSBY TYPE 34

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The Slingsby Type 34 Sky is a British high-performance single-seater sailplane designed for competition gliding, and in the 1952 International Gliding Championships Slingsby Type 34 Sky sailplanes took first and third place. The Slingsby Type 34 Sky is a high-wing cantilever monoplane of wood and fabric construction.
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SM-4 LATKA

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The WSK-Swidnik SM-4 Latka is a Polish three-seater light helicopter. The SM-4 Latka is powered by a Narkiewicz WN-6S six-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a cruising speed of 115 kmh and a range of 300 km.
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SMITH DSA-1 MINIPLANE

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The Smith DSA-1 Miniplane is an American single-seater open cockpit sporting biplane first flown in 1956 and sold in plan form for home construction. The Smith DSA-1 Miniplane is a braced biplane with two N-type strut assemblies. It is designed to be powered by any 65 to 100 hp engine, such as the Lycoming O-235-C four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 217.
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SO 1120

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The Sud-Ouest SO 1120 Ariel III was a French, three-seater, jet-driven helicopter of the 1950's. The Sud-Ouest SO 1120 Ariel III was powered by a Turbomeca Arius turbine-compressor unit providing a cruising speed of 135 kmh and a range of 100 km.
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SO 1221

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The Sud-Aviation (originally Sud-Ouest) SO 1221 Djinn is a French two-seater jet turbine driven helicopter first flown in 1953. The SO 1221 is powered by a Turbomeca Palouste IV turbo generator housed in the fuselage that delivers compressed air to the rotor hub and blade ducts providing a top speed of 130 kmh and a range of 190 km.
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SOCATA

SOCATA (Societe de Construction d'Avions de Tourisme et d'Affaires) is a French aircraft manufacturer, a subsidiary of Sud-Aviation. SOCATA was formed in 1966 to undertake development and production of the group's light and business aircraft, though it is also involved in military aircraft.
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SOCATA GARDAN GY-80

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The SOCATA Gardan GY-80 Horizon is a French four-seater light cabin monoplane first flown as a prototype in 1960. The SOCATA Gardan GY-80 Horizon is a low-wing cantilever monoplane of all-metal construction powered by a Lycoming O-320-D or Lycoming O-360-A four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 250 kmh and a range of 1250 km, speed and range depending upon model.
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SOCATA M 360

The SOCATA M 360 Presidence is a French eight/nine-seater twin-engined executive transport aircraft. The SOCATA M 360 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by two Lycoming TIGO-541 six-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engines providing a top speed of 390 kmh and a range of 2010 km.
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SOCATA M 360-6

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The SOCATA M 360-6 Jupiter is a French six/seven-seater twin-engined executive transport aircraft. The SOCATA M 360-6 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by two Lycoming TIO-541 six-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engines providing a top speed of 375 kmh and a range of 2000 km.
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SOCATA RALLYE

The SOCATA Rallye is a series of French three/four-seater light monoplanes originally designed in 1958 by the Morane-Saulnier company. The SOCATA Rallye is a mid-wing cantilever monoplane powered by various engines depending upon model, including the Rolls-Royce/Continental O-200-A engine. The SOCATA Rallye models have top speeds between 195 and 228 kmh.
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SOKO G-2

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The Soko G-2 Galeb is a Yugoslavian two-seater basic flying and armament trainer aircraft with light attack capability that entered service in 1964. The Soko G-2 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by a DMB Viper ASV.11 Mk 22-6 turbojet providing a top speed of 812 kmh and a range of 1242 km. Armaments consist of two 0.5 inch Colt-Browning M3 machine-guns in the nose and up to 300 kg of disposable stores carried on two under-wing hard points.
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SOKO G-4

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The Soko G-4 Super Galeb is a Yugoslavian two-seater basic/advanced flying and armament trainer and light attack aircraft. The Soko G-4 is powered by a DMB Viper Mk 632-46 turbojet providing a top speed of 921 kmh and a range of 1900 km. It carries provision for one 23 mm GSh-23L twin-barrel cannon in a GP-9 belly pack and up to 1200 kg of disposable stores carried on four hard points, two under each wing.
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SOKO J-1

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The Soko J-1 Jastreb is a Yugoslavian single-seater light attack aircraft derived from the Soko G-2 Galeb. The Soko J-1 Jastreb entered service in the 1960's with production ending in 1979. The Soko J-1 Jastreb is powered by a DMB Viper Mk 531 turbojet providing a top speed of 820 kmh and a range of 1520 km with tip tanks. It is armed with three 0.5 inch Browning M3 machine-guns in the nose and up to 800 kg of disposable stores carried on eight hard points, four under each wing.
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SOKO J-20

The Soko J-20 Kraguj was a Yugoslavian single-seater counter-insurgency aircraft first flown in 1966, entering service in the late 1960's and was withdrawn from service in the mid-1980's. The Soko J-20 Kraguj was powered by a Textron Lycoming GSO-480-B1 A6 flat six piston engine providing a top speed of 295 km and a range of 800 km. The Soko J-20 Kraguj was armed with two 7.62 mm machine-guns in the wings and up to 400 kg of disposable stores carried on six under-wing hard points.
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SOKOL M1D

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The Sokol M1D was a Czechoslovakian three-seater sports aircraft, trainer, tourer and air-taxi cabin monoplane of the 1950's. The Sokol M1D was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden construction powered by a Walter-Minor 4-III four-cylinder in-line inverted air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 240 kmh and a range of 1000 km.
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SOPWITH CAMEL

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The Sopwith (F-1) Camel was a British single seater fighter scout biplane of the Great War. The Sopwith Camel was developed from the Sopwith Pup in late 1916, entering full service in 1917, to counter the German Albatros D-Type aircraft, and was the first British fighter to be equipped with two synchronised forward-firing machine-guns. The Sopwith Camel was a paradoxical aircraft. Highly manoeuvrable, and yet difficult to control, which resulted in the deaths of many inexperienced pilots through crashes.
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SOPWITH PUP

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The Sopwith Pup (officially the Sopwith Scout or Sopwith Type 9901) was a British single-seater fighter aircraft of the Great War, built as a miniature version of the Sopwith Strutter. The Sopwith Pup was highly manoeuvrable and very easy to control, making it a match for the German Albatros D-III. In August 1917 a Sopwith Pup was the first aircraft to land aboard a moving ship, the Royal Navy's HMS Furious. The Sopwith Pup had a top speed of 103 mph and an endurance of three hours. It was armed with a single synchronous machine-gun.
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SOPWITH TRIPLANE

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The Sopwith Triplane (Tripe) was a British single-seater fighter aircraft of the Great War. It had a top speed of 117 mph and was armed with a single synchronous machine-gun. The Triplane's stack of three wings reduced wingspan and increased wing area making it handle and climb better than the biplanes and visibility from the cockpit was outstanding.
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SOUTHERN CROSS SC-1

The Southern Cross SC-1 is an Australian four-seater light monoplane. The Southern Cross SC-1 is a cantilever mid-wing monoplane powered by a Lycoming O-360-A1A four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 286 kmh and a range of 1610 km.
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SP-19

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The SP-19 was a Brazilian single-seat sailplane first flown in 1964. The SP-19 was a high-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden construction with a top speed of 150 kmh in smooth air.
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SPACESHIP ONE

Scaled Composites Spaceship One is an American aircraft which was the first privately owned manned vehicle to reach space, entering space (an altitude of 100 km) before returning to earth on June the 21st 2004. The craft was carried up on the back of another aircraft, 'White Knight', in a similar manner to the way the Space Shuttle is launched. Development of Spaceship One started in 2001, the initial concept being realised in 1996.
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SPAD

SPAD were a French aircraft company. Originally the initials stood for Societe pour Aeroplane Deperdussin, but the firm was later taken over by Louis Bleriot and was renamed Societe pour l'Aviation et ses Derives. During the Great War SPAD produced a series of single-seater fighter biplanes, mostly powered by Hispano-Suiza engines, which proved very successful. They were extensively used by the French Air Service and were very strong and highly manoeuvrable.
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SPAD VII

The Spad VII was a single seater fighter aircraft used during the Great War.
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SPECHT

The Scheibe Specht is a German tandem two-seater training glider designed for dual instruction and solo training flights. The Scheibe Specht is a braced monoplane constructed of steel-tubes covered with fabric.
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SPERBER

The Scheibe Sperber is a German side-by-side two-seater training glider first flown in 1956. The Scheibe Sperber is a braced monoplane of fabric-covered steel-tube construction developed from the Specht glider.
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SPERLING

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The Scheibe SF-23A Sperling is a German two-seater light monoplane. The Scheibe SF-23A Sperling is a high-wing braced monoplane of fabric-covered steel-tube structure powered by a Continental C90-12F four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 200 kmh and a range of 700 km.
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SPEZIO DAL-1 TUHOLER

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The Spezio DAL-1 Tuholer is an American two-seater home-build sporting aircraft firs flown in 1961. The Spezio DAL-1 Tuholer is a strut-braced low-wing monoplane of mixed construction powered by a Lycoming O-290-G4 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 241 kmh and a flying time of 3 hours.
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SPITEFUL

The Vickers-Armstrong Supermarine Spiteful was a British single-seater fighter aircraft designed as a successor to the Vickers-Armstrong Supermarine Spitfire, but developed too late for the Second World War. The Vickers-Armstrong Supermarine Spiteful was powered by a Rolls-Royce Griffon engine providing a top speed of 736 kmh and was armed with four 20 mm cannons.
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SPITFIRE

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The Vickers-Armstrong Supermarine Spitfire was a British single-seater fighter and photo-reconnaissance aircraft of the Second World War. The MK I was armed with 4 machine-guns in each wing. The MK II and MK V were armed with 2 20 mm cannons and 4 machine-guns. The Spitfire was powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin III engine, later changed for a Merlin XII and changed again in later models providing various top speeds with the various models up to over 450 mph in the
Spitfire F XIV model and various ranges of between 329 and 1370 miles, with 660 miles being typical.
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SPORT-AIRE II

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The Sport-Aire II is an American two-seater, side-by-side, amateur-built light monoplane first flown in 1959. The Sport-Aire II is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by a Lycoming O-290 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine, or similar, providing a top speed of 233 kmh and a range of 640 km.
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SPORTAVIA AVION-PLANEUR RF4

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The Sportavia Avion-Planeur RF4 is a German single-seater, fully aerobatic, light aircraft designed as a sporting aircraft and training glider. The Sportavia Avion-Planeur RF4 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by a converted Volkswagen 1200 cc four-cylinder motor car engine providing a top speed of 190 kmh and a range of 660 km.
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SR-71

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The Lockheed A-11 (USAF designation YF-12A and SR-71) (Blackbird) is an American two-seater strategic reconnaissance aircraft built by Lockheed Martin. It was originally designed in 1959 as an experimental Mach 3 interceptor as the YF-12A, and as such held the world air speed record, but later was developed into a strategic reconnaissance aircraft and entered service in 1963, but remained secret until its existence was announced in 1964, and was withdrawn during the 1990's. The Lockheed A-11 is powered by two Pratt and Whitney JT11D-20B bleed turbojets giving it a top speed of Mach 3.5.
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SST

The SST (Sea Scout Twin Class) was a type of British non-rigid airship produced in 1918 as a development of the SSZ class. The SST class were 50 metres long, had a capacity of 100,000 cubic feet and carried a crew of five. Two 75 hp engines provided a top speed of 91 kmh. These aircraft were used for anti-submarine patrols and for convoying.
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STACKING

In air traffic control, stacking is the arrangement of aircraft traffic in busy flight lanes, especially while waiting to land at an airport. The aircraft are arranged with a minimum vertical separation for safety of 1000 feet below 29000 feet and 2000 feet above 29000 feet.
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STEARMAN PT-13

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The Boeing Stearman PT-13 (Kaydet) was an American two-seater primary trainer aircraft used during the Second World War. From 1940 to 1945, almost every Army and Navy Student pilot earned his wings in a 'Kaydet', or more commonly referred to as the 'Stearman'. Production of the PT-13 began in October of 1934. In February of 1945, when production had ended, 10,346 models of all variants (PT-13; PT-17, US Navy N2S and Canadian PT-27) and subtypes had been constructed. They were also exported to China and Peru during the war. The PT-13 was a single-bay unequal span staggered biplane powered by a Lycoming R-680 engine provided a top speed of 200 kmh and a range of 720 km.
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STEWARD-DAVIS JET PACKET II

The Steward-Davis Jet Packet was an American jet-augmented twin-engined cargo transport based upon the Fairchild C-82, and first flown in 1956. The Steward-Davis Jet Packet II was an improvement on the original Jet Packet, and first flew in 1962. The Steward-Davis Jet Packet II was a high-wing cantilever monoplane powered by two Pratt and Whitney R-2800 85AM2H eighteen-cylinder two-row radial air-cooled engines providing a top speed of 349 kmh and a range of between 445 km and 5230 km depending upon payload.
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STEWARD-DAVIS SKYTRUCK

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The Steward-Davis Skytruck was an American jet-augmented twin-engined cargo transport based upon the Fairchild C-82, and first flown in 1964. The Steward-Davis Skytruck was developed from the Steward-Davis Jet Packet II modified to have a lower empty weight, heavier cargo capacity and longer range fully laden. The Steward-Davis Skytruck was a high-wing cantilever monoplane powered by two Pratt and Whitney R-2800 85AM2H eighteen-cylinder two-row radial air-cooled engines providing a top speed of 349 kmh and a range of between 1365 km and 5200 km depending upon payload.
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STEWARD-DAVIS STOLMASTER

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The Steward-Davis STOLmaster was an American two-to-five engined cargo and troop transport aircraft based upon the Fairchild C-119 and first flown in 1967. The Steward-Davis STOLmaster was powered by two Wright R-3350-89A radial air-cooled engines plus up to three detachable Steward-Davis 24C4D turbojet engines providing a top speed of 486 kmh and a range of between 724 km and 4811 km depending upon payload.
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STEWART HEADWIND

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The Stewart SAC-1VW Headwind is an American single-seat, home-build light aircraft first flown in 1962. The Stewart Headwind is a strut-braced high-wing monoplane of fabric-covered metal tube construction powered by a modified 1192 cc Volkswagen car engine, or similar, providing a top speed of 121 kmh and a flying time of 2.5 hours.
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STIERLIN HELICOPTER

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The Stierlin Helicopter is a Swiss single-seater ultra-light helicopter designed for home-building, and first flown in 1964. The Stierlin Helicopter is powered by a Johnson water-cooled outboard two-stroke engine providing a top speed of 100 kmh and a range of 30 km.
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STINSON AT-19

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The Stinson AT-19 (Reliant) was an American built three-seat navigation trainer aircraft employed by the British navy and US Army (under the designation UC-81) during the Second World War. The Stinson AT-19 was a high-wing braced monoplane adapted from the Stinson SR-10 four/five seat commercial monoplane. The Stinson AT-19 was powered by various engines, but typically by a Lycoming R-680-13 9-cylinder radial air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 226 kmh.
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STINSON L-5

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The Stinson L-5 (Sentinel I) was an American two-seat short range liaison and observation monoplane of the Second World War. The British version was called the Sentinel I, the USAAF version the L-5 and the U.S. Navy version the OY-1. The Stinson L-5 was a high-wing braced monoplane powered by a Lycoming O-435-1 6-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 206 kmh.
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STINSON L-5B

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The Stinson L-5B (Sentinel II) was an American two-seat short range observation or ambulance monoplane of the Second World War. The British version was called the Sentinel II, the USAAF version the L-5B. The L-5B was adapted from the Stinson L-5 to carry a single stretcher or cargo load up to 200 lbs. It had a top speed of 206 kmh.
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STITS SA-11A

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The Stits SA-11A Playmate is an American three-seater light monoplane designed for home construction. The Stits SA-11A id a braced low-wing monoplane with folding wings powered by a Lycoming O-290 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 195 kmh and a range of 660 km.
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STITS SA-3A

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The Stits SA-3A Playboy is an American single-seater light monoplane designed for home construction. The Stits SA-3A is a strut-braced low-wing monoplane of mixed construction powered by a Continental C85 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 232 kmh.
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STITS SA-3B

The Stits SA-3B Playboy is an American two-seater light monoplane designed for home construction. The Stits SA-3B is a strut-braced low-wing monoplane of mixed construction powered by a Continental C85 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 241 kmh and a range of 603 kmh.
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STITS SA-6B

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The Skits SA-6B Flut-R-Bug is an American two-seater light monoplane. The Stits SA-6B is a strut-braced mid-wing monoplane powered by either a Continental A65 or a Continental C85 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 160 or 184 kmh depending upon engine and a range of 400 km.
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STITS SA-7B

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The Stits SA-7B Sky-Coupe is an American two-seater light monoplane. The Stits SA-7B is a strut-braced high-wing monoplane powered by a Continental C85 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 222 kmh and a range of 643 km.
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STITS SA-7D

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The Stits SA-7D Sky-Coupe is an American two-seater light monoplane based upon the Stits SA-7B but having squared and sweptback vertical tail surfaces. The Stits SA-7D is a strut-braced high-wing monoplane powered by a Continental C85 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 161 kmh and a range of 640 km.
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STITS SKEETO

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The Stits Skeeto was an abortive American ultra-light monoplane designed in the mid-1950's as a home-construction kit, but was abandoned after a number of prototypes had been built due to safety concerns.
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STOLP-ADAMS SA-100

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The Stolp-Adams SA-100 Starduster was an American single-seater sporting biplane of the late 1950's first flown in 1957 and offered as a home-assembly project. The Stolp-Adams SA-100 was an unequal span biplane powered by a Lycoming O-290-D1 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 240 kmh.
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STOLP-ADAMS SA-300

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The Stolp-Adams SA-300 Starduster Too was an American tandem two-seater sporting biplane of the late 1960's offered as a home-assembly project. The Stolp-Adams SA-300 was an enlarged, two-seater tandem version of the Stolp-Adams SA-100, and was an unequal span biplane powered by a Lycoming O-360-A1A four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 240 kmh.
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STREAK-225

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The Streak-225 was an American two-seater tandem light monoplane developed during the mid-1950's. The Streak-225 was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of metal construction powered by a Lycoming O-435 six-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 381 kmh and a range of 2160 km.
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SU-11

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The Sukhoi Su-11 (Fishpot) was a Soviet single-seater all-weather interceptor aircraft in service from 1959 until the mid 1980's. The Sukhoi Su-11 was powered by a NPO Saturn AL-7F-1 turbojet providing a top speed of Mach 1.8 and a maximum range of typically about 500 km depending upon load. Armaments consisted of up to 1000 kg of disposable stores carried on two under-wing hard points, and generally comprised two AA-3 'Anab' medium range air-to-air missiles.
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SU-15

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The Sukhoi Su-15 (Fishpot, later code named Flagon) was a Soviet single-seater all-weather interceptor aircraft first shown in 1956 and in service from 1966 until the 1990's. The Sukhoi Su-15 was powered by two MNPK 'Soyuz' R-25-300 turbojets providing a top speed of Mach 2.5 and a maximum range of typically about 750 km depending upon load. Armaments consisted of up to 1500 kg of disposable stores carried on six hard points, two under the fuselage and four under the wings, and generally comprised four air-to-air missiles and two pods each fitted with one GSh-23L two-barrel 23 mm cannon.
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SU-17

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The Sukhoi Su-17 (Fitter) is a Soviet single-seater variable-geometry ground-attack and counter air aircraft developed from the Su-7 and first flown in 1966, entering service in 1972. The Sukhoi SU-17M (Fitter-C) is powered by an NPO Saturn AL-21F-3 turbojet providing a top speed of Mach 2.09 and a range of 445 km typically. It is armed with two 30 mm 2NR-30 cannons in the wing roots and up to 4500 kg of disposable stores carried on eight hard points, two tandem pairs under the fuselage, one under each wing glove and one under the fence at each wing pivot point (in practice only 1000 kg of stores are carried).
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SU-19

The Sukhoi Su-19 (Fencer) is a Soviet two-seat multi-role combat aircraft. It has a top speed of Mach 2.5. It is armed with a 23mm gsh-23 twin-barrel cannon and can carry air-to-ground or air-to-air missiles.
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SU-2

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The Sukhoi Su-2 was a Soviet two-seater light attack bomber and reconnaissance aircraft of the Second World War in service from 1941 to 1945. The Su-2 was designed in competition with the Ilyushin Il-2 as a means of providing Soviet ground forces with close air support. The Su-2 was powered by a Tumanskii M-88B radial piston engine giving a top speed of 460 kmh and a range of 1200 km. The Su-2 was armed with between four and eight 7.62 mm calibre ShKAS fixed forward-firing machine-guns in the leading edges of the wings and one 7.62 mm calibre ShKAS trainable rearward-firing machine-gun mounted in a dorsal turret. In addition, up to 900 kg of disposable stores were carried in a lower fuselage weapons bay rated at 800 kg and on two under-wing hard points each rated at 250 kg and generally comprised four 100 kg FAB-20 or FAB-15 bombs or 30 8 kg FAB-8 bombs carried in the weapons bay and two 250 kg FAB-250 bombs or 14 bomblet containers or 10 82 mm RS-82 air-to-surface rockets or eight 132 mm RS-132 air-to-surface rockets carried
under the wings.
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SU-20

The Sukhoi Su-20 is a Soviet single-seat attack and close-support aircraft. It has a top speed of Mach 2.7. It is armed with two 30 mm NR-30 cannons one in each wing root and often carries AS-7 air-to-surface missiles.
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SU-21

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The Sukhoi Su-21 (Flagon) is a Soviet single-seater all-weather interceptor armed with up to 1500 kg of disposable stores carried on six hard points, two under the fuselage and two under each wing.
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SU-24

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The Sukhoi Su-24 (Fencer) is a Soviet variable-geometry deep-penetration interdictor and strike aircraft, first flown in 1970 entering service in 1974. The Sukhoi Su-24 is powered by two NPO Saturn AL-21F-3A turbojets providing a top speed of Mach 2.18 and a range of 950 km typically. It is armed with a 30 mm six-barrel cannon in the port under-fuselage fairing and up to 11000 kg of disposable stores carried on eight hard points, four under the fuselage as one tandem pair and two lateral units, one under each wing glove and one under each swivelling outer-wing panel.
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SU-25

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The Sukhoi Su-25 (Frogfoot) is a Soviet single-seat close air support aircraft that was developed during the 1970's and entered service in 1982. The Sukhoi
Su-25 is powered by two MNPK 'Soyuz' R-195 turbojets providing a top speed of 975 kmh and a range of 480 km depending upon payload. It is armed with a six-barrel 23 mm rotary cannon (later models carried a 30 mm cannon) and up to 4400 kg of disposable stores carried on ten under-wing hard points.
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SU-27

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The Sukhoi Su-27 (Flanker) is a Soviet front line fighter aircraft equipped to operate autonomously in combat over hostile territory, in escort of deep penetration strike aircraft and in the suppression of enemy airfields. The aircraft provides general air defence in cooperation with ground and airborne control stations. The Su-27 is equipped with a GSh-301 30 mm gun on the starboard side and a range of missiles, rockets and bombs mounted externally on ten hard points. The Su-27 carries a range of air-to-air missiles including the R-27R1 (AA-10) R-27T1 and R-73E. For air-to-ground missions the
Su-27 carries free fall and retarded aerial bombs of 100, 250, and 500 kg, 500 kg incendiary devices 25 and 500 kg RBK cluster bombs and the unguided aerial missiles C-8, C-13 and C-25. The Su-27SK is powered by two AL-31F turbofan engines providing a top speed of Mach 2.35 and a maximum range of 1500 km.
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SU-34

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The Sukhoi Su-34 (Flanker) is a two-seat Soviet fighter bomber derivative of the Su-27 fighter aircraft. The aircraft design retains the basic layout and construction of the Su-27 airframe with a conventional high-wing configuration, and a substantial part of the on board equipment. The Su-34 is armed with a GSh-301 30 mm gun and has ten hard points for weapon payloads and is able to carry a range of missiles including air-to-air, air-to-surface, anti-ship and anti-radiation missiles, guided and unguided bombs, and rockets. The Su-34 is powered by two after-burning AL-31F or AL-35 turbofan engines mounted under the wing providing a top speed of 1,900 kmh at altitude and 1,300 kmh (Mach 1) at sea level.
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SU-37

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The Sukhoi Su-37 (Flanker) is a Soviet multi-role, all-weather fighter aircraft based on the earlier Su-27. The Su-37 can carry up to 14 R-73E or RR-77 air-to-air missiles and up to 8000 kg of ordnance. The 12 external hard points can carry air-to-air missiles, air-to-surface missiles, bombs, rockets and an ECM (electronic countermeasures) pod. The Su-37 can also be fitted with air-to-surface missiles such as the Kh-25 and Kh-29. And is fitted with a GSh-301 30 mm gun. The Su-37 is powered by two AL-31FU TVC (thrust vector control) turbofan engines each engine providing 83.36 kN thrust and 142 kN with the afterburner.
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SU-7

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The Sukhoi SU-7 (Fitter) is a Soviet single-seat ground attack aircraft that entered service in 1959. The Sukhoi SU-7BMK is powered by an NPO Saturn AL-7F-1 turbojet providing a top speed of Mach 1.6 and a range of 1450 km typically. It is armed with two 30 mm 2NR-30 cannons in the wing roots and up to 1000 kg of disposable stores carried on six hard points, two under the fuselage and two under each wing, the under fuselage hard points usually being used for two drop tanks and the under wing hard points for weapons.
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SU-9

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The Sukhoi SU-9 ('Fishpot') was a Soviet single-seater interceptor fighter aircraft that was first seen in 1956 at the Aviation Day display at Tushino and entered service in 1959. The Sukhoi SU-9 was powered by a Lyulka AL-7F TRD-31 turbojet providing a top speed of 1915 kmh and a range of 1450 km. It was armed with four Alkali or Anab air-to-air missiles carried on underwing attachments.
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SUD-EST SE.5000

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The Sud-Est SE.5000 Baroudeur was a French single-seater jet fighter aircraft of the 1950's, first flown in 1953, and designed to operate independently of airfields with long runways, such as uncultivated fields, sand and pebble beeches and muddy or frozen ground. To this end, take off was achieved with the use of a three-wheeled trolley and landing took place on skids. The Sud-Est SE.5000 was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane with swept-back wings powered by a SNECMA Atar 101 axial-flow turbojet engine.
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SUKHOI

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SUMMIT SENTRY 02-337

The Summit Sentry 02-337 is an American forward air control and counter-insurgency warplane with communications capabilities developed during 1980 and entered into service in 1982. The Summit Sentry 02-337 carries a crew of two and up to four passengers, two litters or freight in the cabin. It is powered by two Teledyne Continental TSIO-360-A flat-six piston engines providing a top speed of 332 kmh and a range of 1770 km typically. The
Summit Sentry 02-337 is not armed with any fixed weapons, but can carry up to 1400 lbs of disposable stores on four under-wing hard points.
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SUNDERLAND

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The Short S-25 Sunderland was a British four-engined reconnaissance flying-boat of the Second World War adapted from the civilian Short S-23 Empire flying-boat for military use. The Short S-25 Sunderland was a high-wing cantilever monoplane of mainly metal construction powered by four Bristol Pegasus XVIII or four Pratt and Whitney Twin-Wasp 9-cylinder radial air-cooled engines providing a top speed of 336 kmh and a normal range of 2848 km. The Short S-25 Sunderland carried a crew of six and was armed with eight 0.303 inch machine-guns in three Fraser-Nash turrets situated one in the nose, one amidships and one in the extreme tail which was armed with four guns. In addition bombs, depth charges and other ordnance could be carried under the wings and in the hull. The Short S-25 Sunderland first flew in 1937 and was the first flying-boat to be equipped with power-operated gun turrets. A few Short S-25 Sunderland had their military equipment removed and were supplied to BOAC as civil transports.
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SUNRISE S-1600

The Sunrise S-1600 was an American STOL short-haul transport aircraft first flown in 1968. The Sunrise S-1600 was produced in three models: the Sunrise S-1600P carried 24 passengers; the Sunrise S-1600C was a cargo transport version and the Sunrise S-1600S was a high-density commuter transport version with accommodation for 30 passengers. The Sunrise S-1600 was a high-wing cantilever monoplane powered by two AiResearch TPE-331 or Pratt and Whitney PT-6 turboprop engines providing a top speed of 531 kmh and a range of 1205 km fully laden.
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SUPER AERO

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The Super Aero is a Czechoslovakian twin-engined 4/5 seater air-taxi. The Super Aero is a low-wing cantilever monoplane powered by two Walter Minor 4-III four-cylinder in-line inverted air-cooled engines providing a top speed of 275 kmh and a range of 1600 km.
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SUPER AERO 45

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The Super Aero 45 was a Czechoslovakian twin-engined general purpose aircraft of the 1950's. The Super Aero 45 was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of metal construction powered by two Walter-Minor 4-III four-cylinder in-line inverted air-cooled engines providing a top speed of 285 kmh and a range of 1500 km. The Super Aero 45 carried a pilot and up to four passengers and could be fitted with dual controls for use as a trainer aircraft or operation with a co-pilot.
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SUPER CARAVELLE

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The Sud-Aviation Super Caravelle is a French short/medium-range civil airliner based upon the Aerospatiale SE 310 Caravelle. The Super Caravelle is powered by two Pratt and Whitney JT8D-7 turbofan engines providing a top speed of 835 kmh and a range of 3260 km. The Super Caravelle carries up to 104 tourist class passengers , 86 mixed class passengers or 68 first class only passengers.
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SUPER HORNET

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The F/A-18E and F/A-18F Super Hornet are American Naval strike attack aircraft. The Super Hornet F/A-18E is the single seat version and the F/A-18F is the two seat version. The aircraft have eleven weapon stations capable of carrying AIM-9 Sidewinder, AIM-7 Sparrow and the AIM-120 AMRAAM air-to-air missiles; guided air-to-ground weapons, Harpoon, SLAM, GBU-10, HARM, and Maverick; free-fall air-to-ground bombs, Mk-76, BDU-48,Mk-82LD, Mk-82HD, and Mk-84. The aircraft's power is provided by two F414-GE-400 turbofan engines from General Electric. The engines are an advanced derivative of the GE F404 engines installed on the Boeing Hornet. The engines each provide 22,000 lbs thrust with afterburn giving a maximum speed in excess of Mach 1.8.
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SUPER LYNX

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The Westland naval Super Lynx is a rugged British multi-role helicopter for anti-surface warfare, anti-submarine warfare, economic zone and offshore patrol, search and rescue and utility operations. It can carry the Sea Skua anti-ship missile and a range of depth charges, including the Mark 11 depth charges, and torpedoes, including the Mark 44, Mark 46, the A244S and the Stingray torpedoes.
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SUPER MYSTERE

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The Dassault Super Mystere is a French single-seater fighter and fighter-bomber aircraft first introduced into service in 1957. The Dassault Super Mystere is powered by a SNECMA Atar101G-2/3 turbojet providing a top speed of Mach 1.12 and a maximum range of 1175 km with drop-tanks. Armaments consist of two DEFA 552 30 mm cannons in the underside of the forward fuselage and up to 1000 kg of disposable stores carried on two under-wing hard points.
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SUPERIOR SATELLITE

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The Superior Satellite is an American two-seater cabin monoplane first flown in 1957. The Superior Satellite is a low-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden construction powered by a Continental C90 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 208 kmh and a range of 1120 km.
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SUPERMARINE ATTACKER

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The Supermarine Attacker was a British single-seater carrier-borne fighter aircraft produced in 1946 in response to a request issued in 1944, entering service with the Fleet Air Arm in 1949. The Supermarine Attacker was powered by a Rolls-Royce Nene 3 turbojet providing a top speed of 949 kmh and a range of 1915 km. Armaments consisted of four 20 mm Hispano Mk 5 cannons mounted in the wings and two 1000 lb or twelve 60 lb rocket projectiles could also be carried under the wings.
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SUPERMARINE SCIMITAR

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The Supermarine Scimitar (originally designated the Supermarine N.113) was a British single-seater naval fighter-bomber developed during the late 1940's and in service from 1958 until the late 1960's. The Supermarine Scimitar was a cantilever mid-wing monoplane with swept-back wings with saw-toothed leading edges powered by two Rolls-Royce Avon 202 turbojets providing a top speed of 1143 kmh and a range of 966 km. Armaments consisted of four 30 mm cannons in the nose and four missiles or up to 4000 lbs of disposable stores, usually bombs carried on under-wing hard points.
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SUPERMARINE SWIFT

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The Supermarine Swift was a British single-seater fighter and reconnaissance aircraft first flown in 1952 - in 1952 also establishing an international point-to-point record between London and Brussels - and in service from 1954 to 1955. The Supermarine Swift was a low-wing cantilever monoplane with swept-back wings with saw-toothed leading edges powered by a Rolls-Royce Avon 114 turbojet providing a top speed of 1102 kmh and a range of 772 km. Armaments consisted of two 30 mm Aden cannons (later increased to four 30 mm Aden cannons) and provision for four air-to-ground rockets under each outer wing panel.
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SUPERMARINE WALRUS

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The Supermarine Walrus (originally known as the Seagull V) was a British amphibian flying boat of the Second World War first produced in 1933 as the Seagull V and supplied to the Australian military before being adopted by the British Admiralty in 1935 and renamed the Walrus. The Supermarine Walrus was an equal-span single-bay biplane produced in a metal and wooden hull versions, powered by a Bristol Pegasus VI 9-cylinder radial air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 217 kmh and a range of 966 km. The Supermarine Walrus carried a crew of three and was used for marine reconnaissance.
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SURVEYOR

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Surveyor were a series of American soft-landing lunar exploration spacecraft developed the Hughes Aircraft company during the 1960's for NASA's unmanned lunar exploration programme.
The Surveyor spacecraft were launched by the Centaur rockets, the first Surveyor, Surveyor 1 being launched successfully in 1966 from Cape Kennedy, landing on the moon's surface and sending back over 10,000 photographs of the moon's surface.
Surveyor 2 was launched in 1966, but crashed into the moon after a vernier rocket failed during mid-course correction manoeuvres.
Surveyor 3 was launched in 1967 and landed successfully in the Ocean of Storms on the moon's surface, and sent back photographs and television images and also data about the moon's surface material.
Surveyor 4 was launched in 1967 but crashed into the surface of the moon.
Surveyor 5 was launched in 1967 and landed successfully in the Sea of Tranquility on the moon despite a valve failure. Surveyor 5 carried radioactive material which was used to bombard the moon's surface with alpha particles to allow identification of atoms in the lunar surface.
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SWALLOW 2

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The Swallow 2 was a British liaison aircraft built by the British Aircraft Manufacturing Company (formerly the British Klemm Company) built from 1935 and serving with the RAF until 1945. It was manned by a pilot and had a single passenger seat in tandem. The wallow 2 had a maximum speed of 112 mph and a range of 420 miles.
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SWEARINGEN EXCALIBUR 800

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The Swearingen Excalibur 800 was an American utility light transport aircraft forming a modification of the Beechcraft Model 50 Twin Bonanza, fitted with Lycoming Io-720-A1A fuel-injection engines providing a top speed of 394 kmh and a range of 2075 km.
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SWEARINGEN MERLIN IIA

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The Swearingen Merlin IIA was an American eight-seat, pressurised, twin-turboprop executive transport aircraft first flown in 1965. The Swearingen Merlin IIA was a low-wing cantilever monoplane comprising a unique, pressurised fuselage with a modified Beechcraft Queen Air wing and Twin-Bonanza landing gear, powered by two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-20 turbo-prop engines providing a top speed of 435 kmh and a range of 2735 km.
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SZD-10

The SZD-10 Czapla was a Polish two-seater tandem training glider of the 1950's. The SZD-10 was a high-wing strut-braced monoplane of wooden construction.
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SZD-12

The SZD-12 was a Polish single-seater intermediate sailplane of the 1950's. The SZD-12 was a high-wing monoplane with a top speed of 250 kmh.
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SZD-19

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The SZD-19 Zefir 2 was a Polish single-seat high-performance sailplane first flown in 1960, developed from the prototype SZD-19X Zefir 1 which had first flown in 1959. The SZD-19 Zefir 2 was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane of wood and glass-fibre construction capable of a top speed of 220 kmh.
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SZD-21-2B

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The SZD-21-2B Kobuz 3 was a Polish single-seat high-performance aerobatic sailplane developed from the SZD-21-2 Kobuz 2 and first flown in 1964. The SZD-21-2B Kobuz 3 was a mid-wing cantilever monoplane
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SZD-24

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The SZD-24 Foka was a Polish single-seat Standard Class high-performance sailplane first flown in 1960, and coming third in the Standard Class at the 1960 World Gliding Championships. The SZD-24 Foka was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane with a top speed of 260 kmh in smooth air.
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SZD-27

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The SZD-27 Kormoran was a Polish two-seater high-performance training sailplane of all metal construction first flown in 1965.
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SZD-29

The SZD-29 Zefir 3 was a series of Polish single-seat high-performance sailplanes of the 1960's. The SZD-29 Zefir was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane of wood and glass-fibre construction.
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SZD-30

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The SZD-30 Pirat was a Polish single-seat Standard Class sailplane first flown in 1966. The SZD-30 Pirat was a high-wing cantilever monoplane of wood and glass-fibre construction and a top speed of 250 kmh in smooth air.
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SZD-8

The SZD-8 Jaskolka was a Polish single-seater high-performance sailplane of the 1950's. The SZD-8 was a shoulder-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden construction and a top speed of 250 kmh.
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SZD-9

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The SZD-9 bis Bocian 1E was a Polish two-seat tandem general-purpose sailplane developed in 1967 from the high-wing cantilever monoplane SZD-9 bis Bocian which was first flown in 1952. The SZD-9 bis Bocian 1E was a mid-wing cantilever monoplane of mainly wooden construction and a top speed of 200 kmh in smooth air.
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SZPAK-4T

The Szpak-4T was a Polish four-seater touring aircraft developed from the Szpak-4A trainer aircraft during the 1950's. The Szpak-4T was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of wooden construction powered by a Bramo Sh.14 radial air-cooled engine providing a top speed of 195 kmh and a range of 700 km.
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