Yak-7 file photo [2821]

Yak-7

CountryRussia
ManufacturerA. S. Yakovlev Design Bureau JSC
Primary RoleFighter

Contributor:

ww2dbaseThe Yak-7, also known as UTI-26, was a Russian two-seat trainer aircraft. Later during the war, the second seat was removed from the design for additional fuel or armament, and they acted as close-support fighters. Some of the two-seat versions also entered combat, though only in reconnaissance capacity. A total of 6,399 Yak-7 aircraft were built.

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Last Major Revision: Jan 2007

SPECIFICATIONS

Yak-7
MachineryOne Klimov M-105P engine rated at 1,050hp
Armament1x20mm ShVAK cannon, 2x7.62mm ShKAS machine guns
Crew1
Span10.00 m
Length8.50 m
Height2.75 m
Wing Area17.20 m
Weight, Empty2,477 kg
Weight, Loaded2,960 kg
Speed, Maximum560 km/h
Rate of Climb12.00 m/s
Service Ceiling9,250 m
Range, Normal643 km

Photographs

Yak-7B fighter with M-105PF engine, no. 22-03, built in factory no. 153 in Novosibirsk, Russia, date unknown




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Yak-7B fighter with M-105PF engine, no. 22-03, built in factory no. 153 in Novosibirsk, Russia, date unknown




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