4 x RS-82 rocketsSetup 4
4 x RBS-82 rocketsSetup 5
4 x RS-132 rocketsSetup 6
4 x RBS-132 rocketsSetup 7
4 x RS-82 rocketsSetup 8
4 x RBS-82 rocketsSetup 9
4 x RS-132 rocketsSetup 10
4 x RBS-132 rocketsSetup 11
|This page is about the Russian attacker IL-10. For the 1946 version, see IL-10 (1946).|
The IL-10 is a Rank IV Russian attacker with a battle rating of 5.0 (AB) and 5.3 (RB/SB). It was introduced in Update 1.41.
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Survivability and armour
- No armour plating
- No armour glazing
- Critical components located at the front of aircraft (fuel, pilot, engine, controls)
- More fuel tanks located in wings near the fuselage
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Usage in the battles
Manual Engine Control
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Pros and cons
- Faster and more agile than the Su-6 (AM-42) before it
- Retains heavy armour plating
- Payload options are not impressive
- Decreased canon ammo
- Only four rockets can be carried compared to ten for the Su-6 (AM-42)
- High battle rating
Describe the history of the creation and combat usage of the aircraft in more detail than in the introduction. If the historical reference turns out to be too big, take it to a separate article, taking a link to an article about the vehicle and adding a block "/ historical reference" (example: https://wiki.warthunder.com/Name-vehicles/historical reference) and add a link to it here using the
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"The IL-10 Sturmovik was a Soviet WWII-era attack aircraft created by the Ilyushin Design Bureau in 1944. It first saw combat on 16th April 1945. Serial production of the IL-10 was set up at three factories, Numbers 1, 18 and 64 and continued for five years. A total of over 4,600 IL-10s were produced, as well as 280 training IL-10Us. A licensed version of the IL-10 was also produced at the Avia factory in Czechoslovakia from December 1951 until 1955, designated Avia B-33. In 1953 and 1954, Czech-produced variants were also exported to Poland, Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria. B-33s were armed with four NS-23RM cannon with 150 shells each. A total of 1,200 aircraft were built by Avia.
The heavily armored [sic] IL-10 with the AM-42 engine was a perfect embodiment of the Soviet "flying infantry fighting vehicle" concept, whose combat efficiency when providing close air support was increased by "high mobility" over the battlefield, and somewhat improved armament compared to those used on the previous mainstay Soviet ground attack aircraft, the IL-2. The IL-10's top speed at sea level was 540 km/h, 596 km/h at 2,600 m, and roughly 620 km/h at 5,000 meters. This meant that contemporary propeller-driven fighters could only catch up to the IL-10 given initial altitude advantage, or when using engine boost. Also, aerial combat was not easy."
An excellent addition to the article will be video guides, as well as screenshots from the game and photos.
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- reference to the series of the aircraft;
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|Su||BB-1 · Su-2 MV-5 · Su-2 TSS-1 · Su-2 (M-82) · Su-6 (AM-42) · Su-6 (M-71F)|
|IL-2||IL-2 (1941) · IL-2 (1942) · IL-2M (1943) · IL-2M type 3 · IL-2M "Avenger" · IL-2-37|
|IL-10||IL-10 · IL-10 (1946)|