Beriev 10

by Daniel Russ on May 28, 2010

Beriev 10

“The Beriev Be-10, (NATO reporting name: Mallow) was built by the Soviet Beriev Aircraft Company in 1961. It was a jet-engined flying-boat patrol bomber of all-metal construction with the engines located beneath the wing roots and with splayed-out tailpipes. The deeply streamlined hull was fitted with a small, single-step sea rudder under the air rudder. Spray fences on either side of the bow protected the engine from water intake. 50° swept wings had a marked anhedral angle, with balanced floats attached by short pylons on the wingtips.”

Source: Wiki

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