Military t-shirt STRIKER SU-24Code: 11440/BIL 11440/BIL2 11440/BIL3 11440/BIL4 11440/BIL5 11440/BIL6 11440/MOD 11440/MOD2 11440/MOD3 11440/MOD4 11440/MOD5 11440/MOD6 11440/CER 11440/M 11440/L 11440/XL 11440/XXL 11440/CER2 11440/OLI 11440/M2 11440/L2 11440/XL2 11440/XXL2 11440/OLI2 11440/PIS 11440/M3 11440/L3 11440/XL3 11440/XXL3 11440/PIS2 11440/S 11440/M4 11440/L4 11440/XL4 11440/XXL4 11440/XXX Choose variant
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One of the conditions for accepting the Sukhoi Su-7B into service in 1961 was the requirement for Sukhoi to develop an all-weather variant capable of precision air strikes. Preliminary investigations with S-28 and S-32 aircraft revealed that the basic Su-7 design was too small to contain all the avionics required for the mission. OKB-794 (later known as Leninets) was tasked with developing an advanced nav/attack system, codenamed Puma, which would be at the core of the new aircraft. That same year, the United States proposal for their new all-weather strike fighter would be the TFX. The resulting F-111 would introduce a variable-geometry wing for greatly increased payload, range, and low-level penetration capabilities.
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