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Aerfer Ariete

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Aerfer Ariete
Role

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Manufacturer

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Designer

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First flight

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Primary user

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Number built

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Developed from

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The Aerfer Ariete (Italian for Ram) was a prototype fighter aircraft built in Italy in 1958. It was a refined derivative of the Aerfer Sagittario 2, and was an attempt to bring that aircraft up to a standard where it could be mass-produced as a viable combat aircraft.

Retaining most of the Sagittario 2's layout with a nose intake and ventral exhaust for the main Derwent engine, the Ariete added a Rolls-Royce Soar RS.2 auxiliary turbojet engine to provide additional power for climbing and sprinting. This used a dorsal, retractable intake with its exhaust at the tail.

No production ensued; a proposed version with an auxiliary rocket engine instead of the auxiliary turbojet, the Aerfer Leone, was abandoned before a prototype could be built.

Operators

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Specifications (Ariete)

Data from Air Enthusiast.[2]

General characteristics

Performance

See also

Related development

References

  1. ^ Official website Aeronautica Militare
  2. ^ Swanborough 1971, p. 108.
  • Swanborough, Gordon. Air Enthusiast, Volume One. London: Pilot Press, 1971. ISBN 0-385-08171-5.

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