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AGO Ao 192 Kurier

AGO Ao 192 Kurier

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Ao 192

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Totals
3900 Prix
190 Capacité de survie
2972 kgPoids
69.4 Dégâts
Speed
392.9 Vitesse
320 km/hVitesse max. au ras du sol
320 km/hVitesse max. à altitude idéale
1200 mAltitude optimale
550 km/hVitesse en piqué
26.1 m/sTaux de montée
160 km/hVitesse de décrochage
300 km/hVitesse optimale
Mobility
70.1 Contrôlabilité
16 sTemps moyen de rotation 360°
60 °/sTaux de roulis
389.9 Maniabilité
II
AGO Ao 192 Kurier
3900
Un avion éclaireur armé, développé lors de la création de l'avion de transport léger Ao 192 CA. Aucun prototype n'a été construit.

Moteur

Moteur

Rang Moteur Puissance du moteur, ch / Poussée Type Poids, kg Prix,
II Argus As 10E 270 refroidi à l'eau 440 1070
Armement du carénage

Armement du carénage

Rang Mitrailleuse Calibre Vitesse initiale, m/s Dégâts Cadence de tir, coups/min Poids, kg Prix,
III 7.92 mm MG-17 (1934) (C) 7.92 960 23 1200 30 3900
Tourelle

Tourelle

Rang Tourelle Calibre Mitrailleuse Dégâts Cadence de tir, coups/min Poids, kg Prix,
III 7.92 mm MG-30 13.2 1 20 30 5 4500


Compatible Equipment

Plaques de blindage supplémentaires I
Viseur optique amélioré
Réservoir étanche I
Viseur Norden I
Réglage moteur I
Revêtement amélioré I
Vernis pour avions amélioré I
Volets améliorés I
Stabilisation de la tourelle I
Cellule d'avion renforcée I

Compatible Consumables

Redémarrage pneumatique
Extincteurs automatiques
Compensateur automatique des gouvernes
Redémarrage automatique du moteur
Trousse de premiers secours
Bandages de premiers secours
Vérification au sol
Vérification aérienne
Ventilation du moteur
Extincteurs manuels
Compensateur de gouvernes
Refroidissement du moteur


Informations Historiques

The Ago Ao 192 Kurier was a small German twin-engined aircraft designed and built by AGO Flugzeugwerke in the 1930s. A small production run of six aircraft followed three prototypes, these being used as transports.

The first prototype made its maiden flight in mid-1935, soon being followed by a second aircraft, similar to the first. A third prototype, with a deeper fuselage allowing an additional passenger to be carried, more powerful engines and a revised undercarriage, formed the basis for the planned Ao 192B civil transport, with versions planned to serve as light transports, ambulance aircraft and survey aircraft. AGO had large orders for licence-built aircraft for the Luftwaffe however, and only six production aircraft could be built. The six production examples completed were taken over by the State, one registered D-ODAF, being allocated as a personal aircraft to Robert Ley, the Minister of Labour; one was used as a staff transport by the Waffen-SS and registered D-OSSS and another example, registered D-OLER, was used as a staff transport at the Rechlin test centre.

Military variant

Projected military variants were the Ao 192Ca light reconnaissance aircraft with a crew of two or three, a defensive armament of two fixed forward-firing machine guns and a third gun on a flexible mount in a dorsal position, provision for various cameras and a bomb load of eight 22-26 lb (10-12 kg) bombs and the Ao 192CR light bomber with similar defensive armament to the CA and provision for four 110 lb (50 kg) bombs. Only a wooden Ao192C atrappe was build at AGO-Musterbau.


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