Technical data
Type Yak-7
Function fighter-bomber
Year 1942
Crew 1
Engines 1*VK-105PF
Wing Span 10.00m
Length 8.47m
Height 2.75m
Wing Area 17.15m2
Empty Weight 2480kg
Maximum Weight 3030kg
Speed 613km/h
Ceiling 10200m
Range 825km
Armament
Guns 1*g20mm
1*g12.7mm
Bombs 200kg

Yak-7 / UTI-26, A.S.Yakovlev

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84k B/W, ground crew working on Yak's armament; photo TASS from 'Ground attack';
They identify aircraft as Yak-1, but glazing far behind pilot's cockpit allows to identify it as Yak-7B or rather Yak-7 (A.S.)

The Yak-7U was developed as a trainer version of the Yak-1. A second cockpit was added after the original one, and wing span increased. It was found that the extra space for the second cockpit could be used for fuel or armament too, and that the performance of the Yak-7 almost equaled that of the Yak-1. Thus the Yak-7 was again developed to a close support fighter.

The two-seat version was also used in combat, for reconnaissance missions. 6399

built.


136k b/w drawing from 'Krylia Rodini' cover. Shows Yak-7 B,V modifications
PredecessorsModifications

UTI-26
Yak-9 Yak-7PVRD


More links...
  • Yak-7 at Virtual Aircraft Museum
  • Yak-7 at Watson's
  • UTI-26, Yakovlev
  • Yak-7, Yakovlev
  • Yakovlev Yak-1
  • Common Myths and Misconceptions
  • Yak-1 and Yak-7 of Normandie-Niemen

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