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The CF-100 Canuck is a twin-engine subsonic fighter jet, developed by the Canadian Avro and made his first flight in January 1950.
The CF-100 has 2 trapezium shaped wings mounted under a small angle to the cylinder shaped fuselage. The 2 turbojet engines with 6500 lbf are mounted near the fuselage. The CF-100 has a single tail with a medium height mounted stabilo. On the wing tips are rocket pods mounted to carry the 29 70mm Mighty Mouse air-to-air missiles.
The CF-100 was in service with the Canadian air force during the cold war. There were sold 53 fighter jets to the Belgian Air Force.
|Last updated: August 7, 2010|