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The Tupolev Tu-95 (NATO reporting name: Bear) is a large, four engine Turboprop-powered strategic bomber and missile platform. First flown in 1952, the Tu-95 entered service with the Soviet Union in 1956 and is expected to serve the Russian Air Force until at least 2040. A naval development of the bomber is designated Tu-142.The aircraft has four Kuznetsov NK-12 engines, developed by the Kuznetsov Design Bureau with participation of Ferdinand Brandner and other capTured German engineers, each driving contra-rotating propellers. An airliner variant Tu-114 holds the record as the world-s fastest propeller-driven aircraft. Some experimental aircraft were designed for theoretically higher speeds, but none attained or registered them. It also remains the only Turboprop-powered strategic bomber in operational use. Its distinctively swept-back wings are at 35 degrees, which is a very sharp angle by the standards of propeller-driven aircraft, and justified by its operating speeds and altitudes. The Tu-95 blades, which rotate faster than the speed of sound, according to one media source, make it arguably the noisiest military aircraft on earth, with only the experimental 1950s era Republic XF-84H "Thunderscreech" Turboprop powered American fighter design as a likely rival. The Tupolev Tu-95 was reportedly so loud that the underwater Hydrophones of submerged submarines and SOSUS could detect it.
The Tupolev Tu-95 RT variant in particular was a veritable icon of the Cold War as it performed a vital maritime surveillance and targeting mission for other aircraft, surface ships and submarines. It was identifiable by a large bulge under the fuselage, which housed a radar antenna that was used to search for and target surface ships. The Tupolev Tu-95 carried and dropped the AN602 Tsar Bomba, the largest and most powerful nuclear weapon ever detonated (deliberately de-rated from 100 to 50 megatons), in 1961.