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21815 No. 21815 ID: df12a0
...got any image dumps of 'em, Bat Guano?
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>> No. 21816 ID: df12a0
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>> No. 21818 ID: 278cbe
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There used to be a whole thread on /v/ some time before, so I saved quite a lot.
>> No. 21819 ID: 278cbe
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Not all of them belong to large aircraft though.
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DO airliners count too?
>> No. 21822 ID: df12a0
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I wonder what the cut-out is for.

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Looks like a custom mod for some device like this on the picture, except the device was removed later.
>> No. 21825 ID: 278cbe
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I believe this is what they call "glass cockpit" - this is where it all begun.
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An-148, regional airliner. I thought it was SSJ 100 first, but Google said no.
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IL-76 front section.
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Il-76 rear section.
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Il-76 bottom cockpit
>> No. 21830 ID: 278cbe
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IL-76 tail gunner cabin
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IL-76MD-90A - modernized
>> No. 21851 ID: d82b25
pls post more b-36 interiors
>> No. 21853 ID: 80dc83
>I wonder what the cut-out is for.

there where they kept the vodka bottle
>> No. 21894 ID: 8c34e2
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What is that bottom cockpit used for? I have always wondered.
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Pretty sure this was a sawn-off demo cockpit, but don't have any exterior pictures to confirm the type. Seen at the Scottish airshow 2014.
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Met office BAe146 (not a great shot, I'm afraid.)
>> No. 21898 ID: 09c7e0
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pilot, copilot, aircraft captain, engineer, navigator & radio operator
all that work can be done by two pilots with a relatively low workload these days on even the largest aircraft.
>> No. 21912 ID: 278cbe
Naturally, it is a navigator's cabin.
>> No. 21936 ID: 91237d
Anyone have internals of Su-34? I hear they have a toilet, beds, and a small kitchen.
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Mmm no, sorry bru. I tried looking around, and the Wikipedia article seems to support the assertion that they have some sort of accommodation, but I got swamped by false returns when looking for cutaways, even after specifying strict *34*. Honestly, you might actually try old /k/ for something like this. Monkeys and typewriters, y'know.

Alternatively, you *could* get your paws on the source materials cited in that Wikipedia article and see where that gets you; both appeared to be printed volumes, so it shouldn't be too big a deal.

God help you if they're by Jane's, though.
>> No. 21948 ID: c50cab
The aircraft is the size of a F-111 so it's likely it's just a small alcove behind the crew seats with a toaster oven or microwave for heating ration packs and a chemical toilet/small bucket. There's probably enough floor space one of the pilots could get into a sleeping bag.
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How does the toilet on the SU-34 Russian fighter/bomber work?

Katya Aleksandra Hodgson, BTEC Applied Sciences, Hull College (2016)
Updated 36w ago · Upvoted by Andy Duffell, ex-fast jet armourer and Peter Wheeler, Pilot

Crudely put… it’s a large funnel leading into a cylinder filled with chemicals.

When people describe the Su-34 as having a toilet and a kitchen… it’s a bit of an exaggeration.

The enlarged cockpit area of the Su-34 does indeed provide a lot more comfort than typical fighter cockpits. The crew have space to comfortably sit and even move around a little, and don’t need the bulky flight suits typically worn by fighter pilots

However, it is important to remember that despite the enlarged cockpit, the aircraft is still based off fighter, albeit a large fighter. As such the space is still quite limited.

Looking back you can see a small area behind the seats. This was intentionally made large enough so that a crew member could lie down in a sleeping bag, something that i’m sure would be appreciated on longer missions.

It’s also possible to open the hatch to the entry/landing gear bay, which has about enough room to fit a sleeping bag too. However definitely no room for a kitchen or toilet!

Back to the original point, the so called “toilet” of the Su-34 in reality looks like this:

As I said, a simple funnel, and collection cylinder filled with chemicals to prevent the smell escaping. It may not be a luxury en-suite, but it IS a great improvement over wearing disposable underwear, as many fighter pilots do!

There is also a small area with a shelf for storing food rations, a heated flask for hot beverages, and a small microwave like device for heating rations. Not really a kitchen, but definitely better than a bag of snacks crammed into a pocket.

Thermos and heating can, for warming rations.

Anyway, sorry for the long winded answer, but really the “toilet” on the Su-34 is very simple. It’s a can, you just go into it. And that’s all there is to it.

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