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RB 01 Jindivik

Robothistoriska Föreningen i Arboga

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Sidan uppdaterad: 2013-04-23 17:31

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RB 01 Jindivik

 

RB 01 Jindivik is a target aircraft that has been used for range practice against aerial targets.

 

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In 1957, ten units of RB 01 Jindivik missiles were purchased from Australia. The Jindivik missiles flew 104 flying missions up to 1964, when it was replaced by the missile RB 02. The manufacturer was the Australian Government factory (GAF).

 

The Jindivik missile took off from an airfield on a trolley that separated after the take-off. The touchdown was done on a landing strip, using a slide rail, fitted to the lower side of the missile.

 

Data

 

Imperial units

Metric units

Maximum velocity

 600

mph

 

 

900

km/t

Wing span

20

feet

9

inches

6,32

m

Length

26

feet

9

inches

8,15

m

Maximum takeoff weight

3,530

lbs

 

 

1 600

kg

Endurance

> 1.5

hours

 

 

> 1,5

t

Max. altitude

62,000

feet

 

 

18 900

m

 

Missile types:

 

RB 01

 

RB 02

 

RB 03 The Bumble Bee

 

RB 06