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Javelin  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Maiden Flight: 30 September 2005
Total Production: ?
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Aviation Technology Group Inc* and Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI)   (*) lead contractor
Parent System: Javelin
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Maiden Flight: 30 September 2005
Total Production: ?
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Description: The two-seater, twin-engine Javelin is a non-military jet aircraft developed by the Aviation Technology Group (ATG) to conduct a broad range of uses such as charter, air taxi, training, experiment support, organ transportation, etc. Javelin MK-10 aircraft combines glass instrumentation, safety features, and FJ-33 wide-fan sweep technology jet engines into a two-place executive jet. The aircraft first flew on September 30, 2005. In December 2007, the project was put on hold due to funding related issues.

The Advanced Jet Trainer (AJT) is a derivative of Javelin executive jet for military pilot training featuring high reliability and low maintenance costs, which are common trait within Javelin family of aircraft. The performance of this trainer is equal to or superior to all existing trainers in its class. The Javelin AJT differs from existing military trainers because it can not carry weapons load, which also means a lower operating and maintenance costs. The weapons training is replaced by a simulation system.

Two Javelin AJT military training variants are being developed by ATG: the Javelin AJT MK-20 and Javelin AJT MK-30 aircraft, while the Javelin MK-10 remains as a business jet version. The two variants are externally the same aircraft but differ in their gross weight. The Javelin AJT MK-20 loads up to 280 gallons of fuel, while the heavier MK-30 variant has 350 gal of fuel capacity. Structural limits for both aircraft are +6g/-3g.

In October 13, 2004, ATG and IAI of Israel signed a cooperative agreement for the design, development and manufacture of the AJT aircraft. The AJT prototype first flight was expected in October 2004. The agreement covers marketing and establishes two final assembly lines in New Mexico (USA) and Israel. Cockpit and avionics of AJT will be compatible with 4th and 5th generation aircraft including F-15, F-16, Mig-29, Su-30, Rafale and Eurofighter.

Javelin Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Engines: 2
Dimensions
Height: 10.5 foot (126 inch)
Length: 37 foot (444 inch)
Wingspan: 25.1 foot (7.65 meter)
G-load
Max Maneuvering Load Factor: 6 g
Min Maneuvering Load Factor: -3 g
Performance
Ceiling: 45,000 foot (13,716 meter)
Max Range: 1,000 nautical mile (1,151 mile)
Pressure
Differential Pressurization: 8.30 psi
Speed
Climb Rate: 9,000 fpm (46 mps)
Cruise Speed: 500 KTAS (925 kph)
Stall Speed: 88 KCAS (101 mph)
Time
Flight Endurance: 3.50 hour (210 minute)
Volume
Fuel Tank Capacity: 280 galon (1,064 liter)
Weight
Empty Weight: 2,041 kilogram (4,500 pound)
Max Baggage: 200 pound (91 kilogram)
Max Takeoff Weight: 3,300 kilogram (7,275 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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