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Yakovlev Yak-9
Role Fighter
Operators Soviet Union
No. of positions 1
Position 1 Pilot
12.7mm machine gun
20mm guns
Yakovlev Yak-9B
Role Fighter-bomber
Operators Soviet Union
No. of positions 1
Position 1 Pilot
7.62mm machine gun
Yakovlev Yak-9TD
Yak-9 td
Role Ground attack
Operators Soviet Union
No. of positions 1
Position 1 Pilot
37mm gun
12.7mm machine guns

Yakovlev Yak-9 is a Soviet fighter.


While not the most produced combat aircraft by the Soviet Union (of which the title goes to the Ilyushin Il-2), the Yakovlev Yak-9 was the most produced Soviet single-seat fighter in the war. First entered service in October 1942, the Yak-9 was a competent fighter against its German counterparts, the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and Focke-Wulf Fw 190, especially at low altitudes.

There are three variants of the Yak-9 in Battlegroup42: Both the Yak-9 fighter and Yak-9B fighter-bomber versions are equipped with one ShVAK cannon and two UBS machine guns on the nose. The latter also has provision for two bombs against ground targets.

Finally, the Yak-9TD ground attack variant is armed with a 37mm NS-37 cannon and a pair of UBS machine guns on the nose, which are fired simultaneously, and four FAB-50 bombs beneath the wings for attacking enemy ground units.


The aircraft is ported from the original Battlefield 1942's Yak-9 model.

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