|Country of Origin||CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States).|
|Similar Aircraft||Il-28 Beagle.|
|Role||Fighter-bomber, reconnaissance, ECM.|
|Armament||Bombs, cannons, rockets.|
|Dimensions||Length: 70 ft (21.36 m). Span: 41 ft (12.06 m).|
Yak-28 Brewer WEFT Description
|Wings||High-mounted, swept-back, and untapered from the engines to the large blunt tips. Wide wing roots.|
|Engine(s)||Two turbojets in pods under the wings. Pods extend well beyond the wings�’ leading and trailing edges.|
|Fuselage||Long with pointed, glazed nose and is tapered to the rear section. Bubble canopy. Belly fin under the rear section.|
|Tail||Fin swept-back and tapered with a blunt tip. Tail flats mid-mounted on the tail fin, swept-back, and tapered with blunt tips.|
Countries which Fly the Yak-28 Brewer
CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States), Ukraine.
Books on the Yak-28 Brewer
During the 1950s and 1960s the Soviet design bureau Yakovlev was responsible for a series of swept-wing twin-engined jet combat aircraft, all of which are covered in this Aerofax volume and in the usual format with a mass of new information, details, and illustrations from original Russian sources.