Military Equipment of South Korea: Armoured Fighting Vehicles of South Korea, Modern Weapons of South Korea, KAI T-50 Golden Eagle, K2 Black Panther, List of Equipment of the Republic of Korea Army, K1 88-Tank, Korean Infantry Fighting Vehicle, K21, KAI Surion, K9 Thunder

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General Books, 25. lip 2011. - Broj stranica: 26
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Armoured fighting vehicles of South Korea, Modern weapons of South Korea, KAI T-50 Golden Eagle, K2 Black Panther, List of equipment of the Republic of Korea Army, K1 88-Tank, Korean Infantry Fighting Vehicle, K21, KAI Surion, K9 Thunder, List of military equipment of Republic of Korea, KAI KT-1, Daewoo K11, Daewoo K2, Gwanggaeto the Great class destroyer, Hyunmoo, K30 Biho, Daewoo K3, Hong Sang Eo, Daewoo K7, Daewoo USAS-12, Hae Sung, Daewoo K5, KSTAM, Chiron, Hyunmoo-3, Daewoo K4, Korean Commander's Panoramic Sight, Baek Sang Eo torpedo, Chung Sang Eo torpedo, S&T XK12, KM-SAM, XAV. Excerpt: The T-50 Golden Eagle is a family of South Korean supersonic advanced trainers and multirole fighters, developed by Korea Aerospace Industries beginning in the late 1990s. The T-50 is South Korea's first indigenous supersonic aircraft and one of the world's few supersonic trainers. Currently, KAI is upgrading four T-50 Golden Eagle trainers into prototypes of advanced multirole fighters designated FA-50. The T-50 program was originally intended to develop an indigenous trainer aircraft capable of supersonic flight, to train and prepare pilots for the KF-16 and F-15K, replacing trainers such as T-38 and A-37 that were then in service with the Republic of Korea Air Force. Prior South Korean aircraft programs include the propeller-driven KT-1 basic trainer produced by Daewoo Aerospace (now part of KAI), and license-manufactured KF-16. In general the T-50 series of aircraft closely resembles the KF-16 in configuration. The mother program, code-named KTX-2, began in 1992, but the Ministry of Finance and Economy suspended KTX-2 in 1995 due to financial constraints. The basic design of the aircraft was set by 1999. The development of the aircraft was funded 13% by Lockheed Martin, 17% by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), and 70% by t...

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