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Hundreds of these aircraft were operated by the People's Liberation Army Air Force and People's Liberation Army Navy Air Force. Originally equipped with Soviet-built aircraft, the Chinese began full production of the H-5 by 1965. A small number may remain for use in secondary roles.
Harbin H-5 – (Hongzhaji - bomber) Chinese bomber version.
Harbin H-5A - Speculative designation of nuclear capable H-5 variant.
Harbin HD-5 – (Hongzhaji Dian - bomber/electronic reconnaissance) Chinese ECM/ESM version.
Harbin HJ-5 – (Hongzhaji Jiaolianji - bomber trainer)Chinese trainer version.
Harbin HZ-5 - (Hongzhaji Zhenchaji - bomber/reconnaissance) Long-range reconnaissance version.
Harbin B-5 – Export designation of the H-5
Harbin B-5R - Export version of HZ-5 long range photo reconnaissance version
Harbin BT-5 - Export version of the HJ-5.
Harbin H-5 Ying (Ying - eagle) Avionics testbed for Xian JH-7 programme.
Shenyang/CAE H-5B - Speculative designation for the H-5 re-engined with WS-5 aft-fan engines.
Ilyushin Il-28 Beagle
Crew: Three (pilot, bombardier, gunner)
Length: 17.60 m (57 ft 9 in)
Wingspan: 21.50 m (70 ft 6 in)
Height: 6.70 m (22 ft 0 in)
Wing area: 60.8 m² (654 ft²)
Empty weight: 11,890 kg (26,210 lb)
Loaded weight: 17,700 kg (39,000 lb)
Max takeoff weight: 21,200 kg (46,700 lb)
Powerplant: 2× Klimov VK-1 turbojets, 26.5 kN ()5,955 lbf each
Maximum speed: 900 km/h (486 kn, 560 mph)
Range: 2,180 km (1,177 nmi, 1,350 mi)
Service ceiling: 12,300 m (40,400 ft)
Rate of climb: 900 m/min (2,950 ft/min)
Wing loading: 291 kg/m² (59.6 lb/ft²)
Guns: 4 × Nudelman NR-23 cannons (2 in nose and 2 in tail barbette)
Bombs: 3,000 kg (6,600 lb) of bombs in internal bay
Data from Wikipedia