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Russian Empire airship Hawk / Yastreb
Dux Hawk
The dirigible "Hawk" ("Yastreb"), designed by A.I. Shabskiy, was constructed in Russia in 1910 in Moscow by "Dooks" Ltd.
At some point there were alterations. Differences include no annular insert in the shell, and a slightly different design of the stabilizer.
Before WW1 in Russia there were 3 small non-rigid dirigible including the 1910 Jastreb (Hawk). These ships had arms, but were out-of-date. Their ceiling and speed did not meet the requirements, for a military dirigible. They were used for training.


Volume: 2,700 cu.m
Length: 46 m
Width: 10 m
Max speed: 47 km/h
Engine: 1 x 63 hp
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