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Antonov An-22 Antheus (Cock)
Official Designation An-22 Antheus
NATO Code Name Cock
U.S. Counterpart None
Primary Role Strategic airlift
National Origin Ukraine
Manufacturer Antonov Design Bureau
Wingspan 211 feet, 4 inches (64.4m)
Length 190 feet (57.92m)
Height at Tail 41 feet (12.53m)
Cargo Hold Length: 108 feet, 3 inches (33m);
Width: 14 feet, 5 inches (4.4m);
Height: 14 feet, 5 inches (4.4m)
Armament None
Engines Four Kuznetsov NK-12MA turboprops, each driving a pair of four-blade contra-rotating propellers
Horsepower 15,000 shp (11,186kW) each
Cruise Speed 423 mph (680km/h)
Max Speed 460 mph (740km/h)
Range (w/ max payload) 2,692 nm (5,000km)
Range (w/ max fuel) 5,905 nm (10,950km)
Service Ceiling 32,800 feet (10,000m)
Operating Weight 251,325 pounds (114,000kg)
Max Payload 176,350 pounds (80,000kg)
Max Takeoff Weight 551,160 pounds (250,000kg)
Basic Crew Six
Date Deployed 1966
Total in Service Unknown
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