Tu-95 Bear RF6_EA

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**Warning: Volume**
**Please read flight controls**

The Tupolev Tu-95, NATO code name Bear, is a four-engine turboprop-powered strategic bomber and missile platform. The aircraft has four Kuznetsov NK-12 engines, each driving contra-rotating propellers. It is the only propeller-powered strategic bomber still in operational use today. The tips of the propeller-blades move faster than the speed of sound, making it one of the noisiest military aircraft.

***Flight Controls***
Channel 1: Ailerons
Channel 2: Elevator
Channel 3: Prop Pitch [see note below]
Channel 4: Rudder
Channel 5: Engine Speed control; low idle, up Max RPM [see note below]
Channel 6: Flaps
Channel 7: Retracts
Channel 8: Bomb release; one on away, the other towards you (Bombs should be dropped separately)
Channel 9: Brakes props near flat pitch

Note: This model uses helicopter engines to put the exhaust at the rear of the engine. Since the engine design requires that they must run at a constant RPM (controlled w/Channel5) with variable load (controlled w/Channel3) Prop Pitch. Meaning spool up times are long but throttle response to load change is fast.