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Tupolev Tu-160

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Flypast by Russian Air Forces on Victory day over Moscow. A Tu-160M (NATO reporting name Blackjack)

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Alan Brown
Interesting. From the thumbnail photo I thought it was the B-1 "Bone".
Alexandr MolyavkoPhoto Uploader
I strongly suspect that there was some copy-and-paste on behalf of designers. However, if you look at two aircraft side-by-side, B-1 is slimmer (has narrower body). Tu-160 is faster (roughly equal to the canceled B-1A variant)
peterjp5
That's a rare shot of a rare airplane. only about 36 were made.
David Apps
Russians sure a clever at copying other aircraft design!
Leon Kay
Agreed with "peterjp5" about this being a rare shot of a rare aircraft and with "David Apps" that the Russians are extremely good in copying other aircraft design!
John Rumble
Oh they cranked up production again
Cold War2.0 Courtesy of Mr Putin
"{A newly built Tupolev Tu-160 long-range heavy strategic bomber – the first one since 1992 – was rolled out of the hangar as Russia resumes production of the world’s largest operational bomber that NATO designates as Blackjack. "
https://www.rt.com/news/410099-russia-tu160-bomber-production/
Larry Horton
Always interesting how Russian planes resemble American. Either a case of similar problems have similar solutions or one hack of an espionage program!
SR-71 "WHITE BIRD" ?? just kiddin.
BlackJack?
What does that MEAN?
cliff731
marylou anderson... "Blackjack" has no real meaning but rather fits the NATO naming protocols for bomber aircraft. Read more on this subject here...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO_reporting_name

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