Airforce Technology Archive

How Does a Turbojet Engine Work

Turbojet engine is an air-breathing gas turbine engine that – much like rocket engines – produces forward thrust using the impulse generated by its exhaust gases. Turbojets are commonly used in military aircraft that require high velocities over short ranges. Pratt & Whitney JT3D, J58 (Lockheed Martin Blackbird), F135 (Lockheed Martin F-35 and Raptor), General

Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM)

The recent North Korean testing of its nuclear-capable Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM), Hwasong-14, has left most of the nations on the edge, especially the United States. N. Korea now threatens to target Guam, a US West Pacific Island with a population of more than 160,000. It even triggered a chilling retort from the POTUS with

Illuminated Control Panels | Airforce Equipment

Paramount Panels UKs is a specialist manufacturer of man-machine interfaces, a lighting company, with almost 50yrs experience in the aerospace and defence industry. Theyre involved in the designing and manufacturing of information panels and even associated lighting components since the early 1950s. Originally designed to fulfill the rigorous demands of the aerospace industry, Paramount Panels

Helicoil Inserts | Airforce Equipment

Noble Aerospace Private Limited’s is a professionally managed company which offer HeliCoil Inserts for Airforce HeliCoil Inserts are utilized for forming stronger internal threads in all metals, composites and light Metal Alloys. It creates long lasting durable threads, shuns thread over-sizing, enhancing the likelihood of higher torque application in weaker metals, considerably reducing the bolt

Tank Target Scoring System in the Airforce

Air Target Swedens is the manufacturer of TTSS for the Airforce. It is a renowned scoring specialist since the year 1956. The acoustical scoring products are delivered to customers in more than 30 countries around the globe. The scoring algorithm depends entirely on the accurate measuring of Mach cone time of arrival in 4 pressure