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As the most powerful combat aircraft of the Soviet Air Forces, the T-160 flies at 2,000 km/hr and can exceed the 2,000 mark with a mission-specific load. The T-160 can climb 60-70 meters per second and reach heights of up 15,000 meters. The bomber can be refueled during flight by IL-78 and ZMS-2 tanker aircraft. The TU-160 can carry up to 12 Kh-55 long range missiles and Kh-15 short range missiles. The weapons bays can accommodate different loads: carries various bombs: From fee falling nuclear and regular up to 1500 kg bombs. The bomber is not equipped with artillery armament. The Tu-160 is equipped with a combined navigation-and-weapon aiming system, radar for detecting targets on the ground and sea at long distances, an optical-electronic bombsight, an automatic terrain-following system, and active and passive radio-electronic warfare systems, as well as a probe-and-drogue airborne refueling system. It is equipped with K-36DM ejection seats. The cockpit instruments are the traditional electromechanical type. The aircraft is controlled with the aid of a central control column. The engine control throttles are located between the pilots' seats. There is a rest area, a toilet, and a cupboard for warming up food. Weight: 275 tons Combat load weight: 40,000 tons Max Speed: 1,100/2,230 km/h; Width: 35.6/55.7 m; Length: 54.1 m; Height: 13.1m; Service ceiling: 18,000 m Range: 10,500/14,600 km Engine: 4×DRTD-NK32, 4×25,500 kg Fuel weight: 148,000 kg; Crew: 4 Concrete runway length: 3,050 m Missiles: 24 AA Kh-15 12 AS Kh-55 (strategic cruise)