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Fiat G.82
The first true jet aircraft built in Italy (discounting the piston­ engined Caproni‑Campini N.1) was the prototype Fiat G.80, flown on a 1360‑kg (3000‑1b) thrust D.H. Goblin turbojet on December 10, 1951. After exhaustive flight development a batch of ten G.80‑3B fighter/trainers were built in 1954 and delivered to the Aeronautica Militare Italiana. By this time the same basic tandem‑seat or single‑seat design had been developed into the G.82, with modified inlets feeding a fuselage plenum‑bay housing a Rolls‑Royce Nene RN.6‑21 rated at 2450‑kg (5400‑lb) thrust. The basic Italian produc­tion version was the tandem‑seat G.82‑1B with two 12.7‑mm (0.5‑in) Breda‑SAFAT machine‑guns in the nose, and wing racks for two 113‑kg (250‑1b) bombs or eight 127‑mm (5‑in) rockets.
Engine: Rolls‑Royce Nene RN.6‑21, 2450‑kg
Span: (over tip tanks) 11.6 m (38 ft)
Length: 12.95 m (42 ft 6 in)
Height: 13 ft 4 in
Wing area: 270.6 sq.ft
Empty weight: 9724 lb
Gross weight: 6114 kg (13 480 lb)
Maximum speed: 5578 mph
Cruise: 339 mph at 34,800 ft
ROC: 5510 fpm
Armament: 2 x 12.7mm Browning mg
Seats: 2
Span: (over tip tanks) 11.6 m (38 ft)
Length: 12.95 m (42 ft 6 in)
Empty weight: 8700 lb
Loaded weight: 12,566 lb
Max speed: 534 mph
Seats: 2


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