Its large wings give you a very low wing loading with a high degree of maneuverability through thrust vectoring.
What does TV stand for?
TV stands for Thrust Vectoring
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- Terminal Velocity (game)
- Terminal Vertical (Vertical Jump/Training Forum)
- Terrain Visualization
- Test Volume
- The Veronicas (singing twin sister duo)
- Thermal Vacuum
- Thomasville (Georgia)
- Thoracic Vertebrae
- Threshold Voltage
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The Su-35, powered by two 117S engines with thrust vectoring, combines high maneuverability and the capability to effectively engage several air targets simultaneously using both guided and unguided missiles and weapon systems.
At the very noisy end of the spectrum is the MiG-29OVT, this is a thrust vectoring technology demonstration prototype for a possible later MiG fighter product such as the MiG-35.
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Fighter, air-dominance WINGSPAN: 44 feet, 6 inches LENGTH: 62 feet, 1 inch HEIGHT: 16 feet, 5 inches POWERPLANT: Two Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 engines capable of supercruise and thrust vectoring SPEED: Mach 1.
2 on 17 March 1994 using thrust vectoring vanes instead of its tail surfaces for control, marking a significant aeronautical "first.