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I like very much to communicate. That is because communication means to better know and understand each other. Born and raised on a small country farm at about 150-km from Romania’s capital city, Bucharest, my roots lay in rural country. I was attracted by keen sensitivity to nature, down-to-earth practicality combined with fervent idealism and poetry. I always wanted to see what was over the next hill and I also was a voracious reader and thus largely self-educated, gregarious and deeply interested in people. My first beginning to a flying job was some fifty-five years ago, if one counts from July the 27th, 1950, my birth date. Before venturing off into the wild blue yonder, and a dream to blossom and become fruitful, apparently it all started at about three years of age, with looking into the sky for any strangers to come down from their flying machines. Graduated my primary school at that farming village and continued it, and added secondary school studies in the nearby town of Buzãu, and aviation training for particularly the flying profession followed (that is an other three-year period of training time).

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Tu-95RTs Bear D Reconnaissance and Targeting
Ту-95РЦ Разведчик-Целеуказатель

The Tu-95RTs Bear D Reconnaissance and Targeting platform was a specialised variant of the Tu-95 Bear A which emerged during the mid 1960s. It was developed to provide the airborne reconnaissance and targeting component of the МЦРС-1 «Успех» (MTsRS-1 Uspekh or Success) system, built around a massive ventral X-band acquisition and guidance radar, which was used to target ASCMs launched by Soviet warships and submarines.  These were initially the P-5/P-6/P-35 Shaddock/Sepal, and later the P-500/P-1000 Sandbox series. The Bear D remained in service until the early 1990s, when it was replaced with satellite technology. The Bear D was progressively upgraded through its service life, and as newer ASCMs were deployed, its role shifted increasing to target acquisition and cueing SSG/SSGN and CG missile delivery systems rather than direct missile guidance.

Tu-95K/KD/KM Bear B/C Maritime Strike
Ту-95КД/КМ Бомбардировщик-ракетоносец

The Tu-95K/KD/KM Bear C strike aircraft was the first cruise missile carrier variant of the Bear, developed during the late 1950s to attack strategic targets and opposing naval forces. Its primary weapon was the large Mach 1.8-2.0 11 tonne Al-7F turbojet powered Raduga Kh-20 / AS-3 Kangaroo, armed with a 2 tonne weight 800 kilotonne (Kh-20 baseline) or 3 Megatonne (Kh-20M) yield nuclear warhead. The inertial / command link guided Kh-20 was cumbersome and disappeared from service use by the 1970s, progressively replaced with the liquid rocket powered Raduga Kh-22 Burya / AS-4 Kitchen. The most visible design change is the distinctive nose radome for the large A-336Z YaD / Crown Drum attack radar used for targeting the Kh-20 missile.

Above: loading the 10 tonne launch weight Kh-20 / AS-3 Kangaroo into the Bear C semi-conformal weapon bay; below: Bear C launching the Kh-20 / AS-3 Kangaroo cruise missile.

Tu-95K-22 Bear G Maritime Strike
 Ту-95К-22 Бомбардировщик-ракетоносец

The Tu-95K-22 Bear G was a progressive block upgrade of the Bear B/C fleet, in which the Kh-20 weapon system was replaced by the Raduga Kh-22 / AS-4 Kitchen weapon system. The YaD attack radar was replaced with the Backfire's Leninetz PNA-B Down Beat, and three BD-45K/F adaptors were installed to carry the Kh-22. The Kh-20 semiconformal weapon bay was altered to fit the BD-45F, and wing root pylons were introduced to mount a pair of BD-45K, for a total warload of up three rounds. The distinctive recognition features of the Bear G are the unique tailcone fairing, mid fuselage and thimble nose radomes, which house emitters for the SPS-151/152/153 Lyutik self protection jammers, common to the MiG-25RBV and MiG-25BM Foxbat, and some Tu-16P Badger subtypes; and the aft fuselage blister radomes for the Kurs N/NM RHAW used to target anti-radiation variants of the Kh-22.

Tu-95MR Bear E Maritime Reconnaissance
Ту-95МР Разведчик

The Tu-95MR Bear E was a reconnaissance and intelligence gathering variant introduced during the early 1960s. They were progressively converted to trainers by the 1980s, as the newer Tu-142 and Tu-95RTs subsumed their role.

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The Romanian Aerospace Association is a Romanian incorporated non-profit organization.
Here are some of the RAA's short and long term goals:
To be a strong voice in the aerospace field of activity.
To promote knowledge and uphold a high standard of knowledge and professional efficiency among aerospace enthusiasts.
To closely cooperate with authorities and institutions concerned with aerospace training, industry and business.
To sponsor and support the passage of legislation and regulations which will increase and protect the safety of air navigation, to promote safety.
To support the way forward for a comprehensive air passenger right policy.
To approach the small and large companies of the sector.
To optimize resources and efforts.
To serve as springboard to develop the training in the aerospace sector.
To serve as negotiator and spoke voice to the various Administrations.
To achieve a greater implementation of the air companies in the training of the own staff.
To accomplish diffusion campaigns of the officially regulated courses to students in order to attract and get future training.
To extend the acceptance capacity of the students.
To arrange training courses in the facilities of the air companies.
To improve the continuous training of the teaching staff.


Dear Aerospace Colleague,

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Mission of Romanian Aerospace Association

- To organise high level aerospace events & summits internationally

- To provide the bridge between aviation professionals and new networks and opportunities

- To enhance the exchange of information and knowledge in the aerospace industry

- To establish a forum for information and professional networking

- To promote aerospace professionals and institutions nationally & internationally

- To identify new business opportunities

- To provide the forum for national & international aerospace networking and debate

- To contribute to the education of both the aerospace novice and professionals as well

- To explore local and international knowledge and understanding

- To be the ideal international network of information exchange and collaboration