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Aeroplane: Sukhoi Su-22M4 '3305' (NATO: Fitter-K)

Sukhoi Su-22M4 '3305' (NATO: Fitter-K)

  • Technical data

Span 10.02 m (32.8 ft) swept – 13.65 m (42.65 ft) spread
Length 62.3 ft
Take-off weight 36,155 lb
Maximum speed 1,000 kt
Ceiling 49,870 ft
Range 1,376 NM
Armament two 30 mm NR-30 cannons, R-60 guided air-to-air missiles, Ch-25 and Ch-29 guided air-to-surface missiles, rocket launchers and bombs of total weight of 8,818 lb
Powerplant :
AL-21F-3 turbojet rated at 30,000 lbf with afterburner


The Su-22 is a fighter-bomber with variable wing geometry, another revised version of Su-17 (export designation Su-20), equipped with more modern navigation and targetting systems. Su-17M4 (export designation Su-22M4) was the most advanced version, introduced in 1980, equipped with PrNK-54 mission system, coupled with the Orbita computer, enabling the automatic target approach and bomb release without the visual contact, and Klon laser targeting device for laser guided missiles.

The aircraft number 3305 was flown by the CO of the 7th Bomber and Reconnaissance Regiment at Powidz, Col. Leszek Cwojdziński.


Dofinansowano ze środków Ministra Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego
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