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I-16 Type 10
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The four-gun Type 10 was nicknamed "Super Mosca" or simply "Super". A total number of 276 aircraft were delivered to Spain from 1936 to 1938. Another 250 I-16 Type 10s were supplied to China in 1939. This model added a second set of 7.62 mm (0.30 in) ShKAS machine guns, armour behind the pilot, and a slightly upgraded 750 hp M-25 engine. this model participated in the fighting at Khalkin Gol, Nomonhan. The Type 10 had Four ShKAS machine guns (two synchronized in the fuselage and two in the wings), a windscreen replaced the sliding canopy, it could be fitted with retractable skis for winter operations and an M-25B engine. Hispano-Suiza-built aircraft were powered by the Wright Cyclone R-1820-F-54 engine.

 

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