|Note: Base stats only (no upgrade installed)|
|Maximum Speed on height||521 km/h|
|Maximum Altitude||9000 m|
|Turn Time||27.7 seconds|
|Rate of Climb||10.0 m/s|
|Takeoff Run||326 m|
|Armament||1x 7.62 mm ShKAS machine gun (450 rds)
1x 12.7 mm Berezin UB machine gun (150 rds)
|Burst Mass||0.92 kg/s|
Petlyakov Pe-2 Edit
The Petlyakov Pe-2 (Russian: Петляков Пе-2, nicknamed Peshka (Пешка – "Pawn"; also a Russian diminutive for "little Pe")) was a Soviet dive bomber aircraft used during World War II. It was regarded as one of the best ground attack aircraft of the war and it was extremely successful in the roles of heavy fighter, reconnaissance and night fighter. It was one of the most important aircraft of World War II, being in many respects similar to the British de Havilland Mosquito.
11,400 Pe-2s were manufactured during the war, greater numbers than any other twin-engined combat aircraft except for the German Junkers Ju 88and British Vickers Wellington. (Fourth in production numbers was the American Lockheed P-38 Lightning, 10,037 were built).
The Pe-2 was fast, maneuverable and durable. Several Communist nations flew the type after the war, when it became known by the NATO reporting name Buck. Six captured Pe-2s were also transferred from the Germans to the Finnish Air Force during the Continuation War, with the serial code PE- and the unofficial nickname Pekka-Eemeli.
Designer: Vladimir Petlyakov
Retired: 1954 (SFR Yugoslav Air Force)
Number built: 11.427
Bi-colour camouflage 1944: Destroy 250 ground units
Uni-colour camouflage: Destroy 300 ground units
Polish Air Force: Destroy 350 ground units