drogue target


drogue target
см. drogue

English-Russian arms dictionary. 2013.

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  • drogue — [drōg] n. [prob. altered < Scot drug, dial. var. of DRAG] 1. SEA ANCHOR 2. a funnel shaped device towed behind an aircraft or spacecraft for its drag effect (also drogue parachute), or as a target, for use in certain refueling operations, etc …   English World dictionary

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  • drogue — noun Etymology: probably alteration of 1drag Date: 1875 1. sea anchor 2. a. a cylindrical or funnel shaped device towed as a target by an airplane b. a small parachute for stabilizing or decelerating something …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • drogue — i. A funnel shaped part at the end of the hose of a tanker aircraft used in air refueling. It drags out the hose, stabilizes it, and prepares it to receive the probe of the receiving aircraft. ii. A fabric cone used as a windsock. iii. A… …   Aviation dictionary

  • drogue — n. 1 Naut. a a buoy at the end of a harpoon line. b a sea anchor. 2 Aeron. a truncated cone of fabric used as a brake, a target for gunnery, a wind sock, etc. Etymology: 18th c.: orig. unkn …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Hawker Henley — infobox Aircraft name = Hawker Henley type = Target tug manufacturer = Hawker designer = Sydney Camm first flight = 10 March 1937 introduced = 1938 retired = 1942 primary user = Royal Air Force number built = 200 variants with their own articles …   Wikipedia

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