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Sold by McCormick dealers, the Type C Mogul was little more than a stationary engine on a tractor chassis, fitted with friction drive one speed forward, one reverse. The first important tractors from IH were the model and Introduced inthe tractors which were smaller than their predecessors were primarily used as traction engines to pull plows and for belt work on threshing machines. The and both had separate, but similar, Mogul and Titan versions. Around this time, IHC purchased a number of smaller companies to incorporate their products into the IH dealer arsenal.
Other brand names they incorporated include Keystone, D. The Farmall was a leader in the emerging row-crop tractor category. Following the introduction of the Farmall, IH introduced several similar-looking "F Series" models that offered improvements over the original design the original model became known as the "Regular".
This engine started on gasoline, then switched over to diesel fuel. Diesel engines of this era were difficult to start in cold weather, and using gasoline allowed the engine to start easily and thoroughly warm up before making the switch to diesel in all weather conditions.
Inthis engine was put in the International Harvester WD, becoming the first diesel tractor on wheels in North America  the world's first diesel tractor was the German Benz-Sendling BS 6, introduced in The letter and standard series[ edit ] A McCormick Farmall tractor. For model yearindustrial designer Raymond Loewy was hired to design a new line of tractors. Model year had the introduction of the model MD, the first rowcrop diesel-powered tractor; over a decade later, IH's largest competitor, John Deere, introduced a diesel option on their rowcrop tractors.
The letter series tractors were updated to the "super" series in with the exception of the A, which had become a "super" inand the B and BN, which were discontinued in and received several improvements. Many of these tractors especially the largest: These tractors carried forward the unique gasoline start diesel concept of the WD The letter and standard series of tractors was produced untiland was a defining product in IH history.
Inthe smallest tractor in the Farmall line was introduced, the Cub. With a 60 cu. Production of the Cub commenced at the newly acquired Farmall Works-Louisville plant formerly the wartime Curtiss-Wright Aircraft factory in Louisville, Kentucky which was expanded, remodeled, and re-equipped.
Although given slightly different looks and few new features, they were still updates to the models introduced in The only new tractor in the lineup was the Utility. InIH gave the tractor lineup another update by increasing power in some models, adding a new Utility model, adding new white paint to the grill and sides, and giving new number designations.
This improved sales at the time, but IH's inability to change and update was already showing. IH showed off their new "60" series of tractors: The joy of the new line of tractors was short lived, though. One of the first events that eventually led to the downfall of IH presented itself in In June of that year, IH recalled the, and tractors: IH, which wanted to be the first big-power manufacturer, had failed dramatically by not upgrading the final drives on the new six-cylinder tractors.
These final drives were essentially unchanged from and would fail rapidly under the stress of the more powerful series engines.
IH's competitors took advantage of the recall, and IH lost customers in the ensuing months,  with many customers moving to John Deere's New Generation of Power tractors introduced in As producing tractors was the lifeblood of the company, IH would have to remain competitive in this field.
They both succeeded and failed at this goal, but farming was about to change, and IH and its competitors were in for a bumpy ride.
InIH made its four-millionth tractor, an Another option became available in for the, and the new This cab is often called the "ice cream box" cab due to its shape. The cab could be equipped with a fan and heater.
Byovermodels, and were built. The International Harvester was also built at this time becoming popular for smaller farms with tighter lanes and fields due to mobility and weight making the a popular seller boosting International Harvester's slim profits. In was the introduction of the "56" series tractors as replacements for the successful and popular "06" series. These new "56s" were bigger and more powerful than the "06s". The "ice cream box" cab was still an option.
The "ice cream box" cab was dropped and replaced with the new "custom" cab made by Exel Industries, which could be equipped with factory air-conditioning, heat, and an AM radio. The and were available with Hydro or gearshift transmissions and the choice of two-post roll over protection structures ROPs or two different cabs, the "custom" and the "deluxe". Both could be equipped with air conditioning, heat, and AM-FM radios.
Also later that year, four-post ROPs replaced two-post; the "custom" cab was dropped and the "deluxe" cab was now painted red instead of white. Due to horsepower confusions, the and Hydro models were restriped; the Hydro and the Hydro became the Hydro On February 1,at 9: IH was the first tractor manufacturer to accomplish this.
This ended an era that began with the first Farmall "Regular" back in Both aircraft were eventually used as crew ferries by the various Tu squadrons. Cold War[ edit ] The TuRT variant in particular was a veritable icon of the Cold War as it performed a maritime surveillance and targeting mission for other aircraft, surface ships and submarines. It was identifiable by a large bulge under the fuselagewhich reportedly housed a radar antenna that was used to search for and detect surface ships.
On October 30, a modified Tu carried and dropped the AN device named Tsar Bombawhich was the most powerful thermonuclear device ever detonated. The footage shows the specially adapted TuV plane — painted with anti-flash white  on its ventral surfaces — taking off carrying the bomb, in-flight scenes of the interior and exterior of the aircraft, and the detonation.
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The early versions of this bomber lacked comfort for their crews. They had a dank and dingy interior and there was neither a toilet nor a galley in the aircraft. This gave an annual total of around 1, flight hours.
They would undertake frequent missions into the Arctic to practice transpolar strikes against the United States. Unlike their American counterparts they never flew their missions with armed nuclear weapons.