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    BA Nimrod

    BA Nimrod

    Description :

    The Nimrod is perhaps the most capable maritime reconnaissance platform in the world, and it served with great distinction in the Falkland Islands War with Argentina. The airframe is based on that of the de Havilland Comet airliner but with new engines and an enlarged lower fuselage containing a weapons bay. The most recent model is the MRA.4 equipped with much more capable radar, faster computers, and other avionics.

    CREW: 2 pilots, 9 others

    DIMENSIONS:
    Length 126.75 ft (38.63 m)
    Wingspan 114.83 ft (35.00 m)
    Height 29.71 ft (9.08 m)
    Wing Area 2,116 ft2 (197.0 m2)
    WEIGHTS:
    Empty 86,000 lb (39,010 kg)
    Typical Load unknown
    Max Takeoff 191,800 lb (87,000 kg)
    Fuel Capacity internal: unknown

    PROPULSION:
    Powerplant four Rolls-Royce RB.169-20 Spey Mk 250 turbofans
    Thrust 48,560 lb (216 kN)

    PERFORMANCE:
    Max Level Speed at altitude: 575 mph (925 km/h)
    at sea level: unknown
    patrol speed: 230 mph (370 km/h)
    Initial Climb Rate unknown
    Service Ceiling 42,000 ft (12,800 m)
    Range typical: 4,855 nm (9,000 km)

    ARMAMENT:
    Gun none
    Stations 1 internal weapons bay and 2 external hardpoints
    Air-to-Air Missile AIM-9 Sidewinder
    Air-to-Surface Missile AGM-84 Harpoon
    Bomb various free-fall
    Other depth charges, mines, up to 9 Stingray torpedoes, ECM pods, recon cameras


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