Country of Origin: CIS (formerly USSR).
Similar Aircraft: Canberra, Yak-28 Brewer.
Role: Light bomber, trainer.
Armament: Bombs, two 23-mm cannons in tail.
Dimensions: Length: 57 ft, 11 in (17.6 m). Span: 70 ft, 5 in (21.5 m).
Wings: High-mounted with straight leading edge and forward-tapered trailing edge with blunt tips.
Engine(s): Two turbojets mounted beneath the wings in pods. Pods extend beyond wings' leading and trailing edges.
Fuselage: Tubular and cigar-shaped tapering to the rear. Rounded, glassed-in nose. Bubble canopy.
Tail: Fin is swept-back and tapered with a blunt tip. Flats are low-mounted on the fin, swept-back, and tapered with blunt tips. A glassed-in tail gunner compartment is to the rear of the tail.
Egypt, North Korea (H-5), People's Republic of China (H-5).
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