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Shenyang F-5.
Category. Statistic.
First flight on. 19th of July, 1956.
Retired on. 1992 in China, but many continue as advanced-trainers in other places like Zimbawie and N. Korea.
Major contractor(s). Shenyang Aircraft Corporation.
Dose it use nukes or cruse missiles. No.
Fight ceiling   (JJ-5 - 14,300 m/46,900 ft) (J-5A - 16,600 m/54,450 ft) 16,500 m (54,000 ft)
Top speed. 5,000 m (JJ-5 - 1,048 km/h / 651 mph)(J-5A - 1,145 km/h/711 mph) 1,130 km/h (702 mph)
Range. Range: with drop tanks @ 10,000 m (JJ-5 - 1,230 km/764 mi) (J-5A - 1,730 km/1,075 mi) 1,424 km (1,037 miles)
Crew. 1 (JJ/5 - 2) .
Nationality(s). PRC.
Class. Fighter and advanced trainer.
Rate of climb. At 5,000 m (JJ-5 - 27 m/s/5,315 ft/min) (J-5A - 65 m/s/12,800 ft/min) 65 m/s (12,795 ft/min)
Links. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shenyang_J-5, http://military.wikia.com/wiki/Shenyang_J-5 and https://www.scalemates.com/kits/131831-az-model-az7331-shenyang-f-5,

A Shenyang_J-5 fighter.

A chinese-built, China airforce J5, Shenyang J-5 on 16th of November, 2010, 09:08:42.

The Shenyang J-5 (Chinese: 歼-5) originally designated Dongfeng-101 - (East Wind-101), and also Type 56 before being designated J-5 in 1964, is a Chinese-built single-seat jet interceptor and fighter aircraft derived from the Soviet Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17. The J-5 was exported as the F-5. The aircraft's NATO reporting name is "Fresco".