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    Polikarpov Po-2 (Mule) Multi-Purpose Biplane (1929)

    Polikarpov Po-2 (Mule) Multi-Purpose Biplane (1929)

    The Polikarpov Po-2 represents the most-produced biplane of all time.




    Polikarpov U-2 (Mule) (1929)




    Type: Multi-Purpose Biplane
    National Origin: Soviet Union
    Manufacturer(s): Polikarpov OKB - Soviet Union
    Production Total: 40,200
    Crew: 2

    Length: 26.80 feet (8.17 meters)
    Width: 37.40 feet (11.40 meters)
    Height: 10.17 feet (3.10 meters)
    Weight (Empty): 1,698 lb (770 kg)
    Weight (MTOW): 2,976 lb (1,350 kg)
    Powerplant: 1 x Shvetsov M-11D 5-cylinder radial piston engine developing 125 horsepower.
    Maximum Speed: 94 mph (152 kmh; 82 knots)
    Maximum Range: 391 miles (630 km)
    Service Ceiling: 9,843 feet (3,000 meters; 1.9 miles)
    Rate-of-Climb: 546 feet-per-minute (166 m/min)
    Armament / Mission Payload:
    OPTIONAL (depending on model):
    1 x 7.62mm ShKAS machine gun

    OPTIONAL:
    6 x 110lb bombs





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