The Yakovlev Yak-32 (NATO designation: Mantis) was a Soviet all-metal sports and training jet in a low wing configuration. The drive was provided by a single Tumański RU-19-300 turbojet engine . The flight of the prototype took place in 1960, and three machines of this type were built shortly after. The planes did not have permanent weapons. The Yakovlev Yak-32 was a development of the Yak-30 aircraft. Compared to the original, it had a one-person cabin and a slightly reinforced structure. It was also supposed to be the first mass-produced sports plane with a catapulted pilot's seat. However, the design of the aircraft turned out to be too avant-garde - the demand for sports jet aircraft, also in Western countries, turned out to be negligible. In order to use the potential hidden in the Yak-32, it was decided to adapt it to the needs of the military and the Yak-32 Sh version, i.e. a light attack aircraft, was created. However, this version was also not positively received. Ultimately, none of the Yak-32 versions entered mass production.
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