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Here’s The Plane That The F-15 Has No Chance Against

Military Technology

Since the dawn of civilization, empires have tried to build the biggest and strongest armies to survive during times of war. With the invention of the airplane, we have reached new levels of military protection and warfare. Civilians have never seen many of these fighter planes. One is the F-15. Many people think that this is the greatest fighter plane ever created. Here’s the plane that the F-15 has no chance against and many more.

The Caspian Sea Monster Plane

This Russian plane designed to fly close to the surface of the water for military rescue teams. It’s an experimental military plane, and only one was produced. The military plane ended up being destroyed, but you can still play one of Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X.

The Xian H-6 Bomber

This is a Chinese aircraft, and it was first flown in 1958. Since then, it has had a long career in the military. The H-6 bomber served in the Egyptian and Iraqi Air Forces. The Egyptians retired the military plane in 2000, and the Iraqi Forces retired it in 1991. Since then, newer versions produced.

MiG-21 Fighter Plane

This is a Soviet-made aircraft, and for 50 years, it used by several countries. It is the highest produced supersonic jet in history and used by dozens of countries. It was also the most popular combat aircraft since the Korean War. This plane has never gone out of style.

The Kongjing-2000 Radar Plane

This plane isn’t designed for fighting; it intended for radar and monitoring. It took its first flight in 2003 and can track ballistic missiles and fighters from between 470 and 1200 meters away.

The Convair B-36 Peacemaker

This was the first plane to carry nuclear weapons. It was capable of intercontinental flights without needing to refuel. It retired in 1959, and replaced by Boeing’s B-52 Stratofortress.

The Tupolev Tu-160

This is the heaviest combat aircraft in use today. It belongs to the Russian Air Force, and it entered service in 1987. The propeller blades are capable of moving faster than the speed of sound. It’s the last strategic bomber used by the Soviet Union, and two years after its first flight, the Berlin Wall came down.

The Boeing 747-8 Freighter Plane

This plane has a takeoff weight of 975,000 and launched in 2005. You won’t find a plane heavier than this one.

Supermarine Spitfire

This plane used by the Royal Air Force and the only fighter plane used by the British during World War II. It helped fight off the German Air Attack during the Battle Of Britain. Today, it is the most admired plane by aviation enthusiasts.

Hughes H-4 Hercules

This plane of considered to be the monster truck of the sky. It built for transatlantic flights during World War II. It wasn’t completed it time and only took flight once. Today, it remains the largest flying boat ever built, and it has the widest wingspan of any aircraft in history.

Another Antonov, The Mriya

This plane produced in the Ukrainian SSR in the 80s. Its takeoff weight is 640-tons and is popular as a flying cruise ship. In 2016, it delivered a 130-ton generator to Australia.

The Long and Strong Convair XC-99

This is the second-largest piston engine-powered aircraft, right behind the Hercules. It has a wingspan of 230-feet, and on one mission, it carried over 40,000-tons of cargo. It retired in 1957 and is parked in Ohio.

The Ilyushin II-76 Plane

This is a 152-foot long plane that built in 1974. It made to be a replacement for an Antonov aircraft. It can reach a top speed of 559 miles per hour and the first four-jet heavy transporter owned by Russia. Today, there are nearly 1,000 still in operation today.

The Boeing C-17 Globemaster III

This is the largest military transport aircraft ever built. It produced from 1991 to 2015. Each plane costs $218 million.

Boeing’s KC-135 Stratotanker

The first plane used in the Vietnam War, and it used in Operation Desert Storm. It can reach a maximum speed of 580 miles per hour, and it can travel the longest distance of any plane without needing to be refueled.

The Lockhead Martin C-130J Super Hercules

This plane took its first flight in 1996 but not formally introduced until 1999. In 2012, 250 of these planes delivered to 15 nations around the world.

F-16 Fighting Falcon Plane

The Falcon initially built to be a fighter plane. However, it had plenty of roles in the Air Force over the years. It is capable of some pretty slick maneuvers, and pilots call it the Viper. It got this nickname because of its similarities to the viper snake.

U-2 Dragon Lady

This plane is officially called the Lockheed U-2 but nicknamed Dragon Lady. It used for high-altitude reconnaissance missions and dates back to the Cold War. Today it is still used by the Air Force to gather intelligence and has been used in military efforts in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The Martin JRM Mars

This World War II four-engine jet can dip into the water, and took its first flight in 1942. Today, only one plane is still in use.

Hawker Hurricane Plane

This British aircraft didn’t get the attention that it deserved. It was a huge asset during the Battle of Britain due to its fantastic dogfighting capabilities. Nearly 15,000 of these plane manufactured and flew in major battles during World War II.

The Kawanishi H8K

This plane nicknamed Emily by military personnel using Allied radios during World War II. It mostly used for patrol at sea. During the war, many variations built, and only four of them made it until the end of the war. Today, an Emily submerged off the coast of Saipan, and it attracts plenty of scuba divers today.

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