Turbojet Engine

The Turbojet engine is made to run by compressing air with the compressor blades, and forcing it into the ignition chamber. The exhaust of the combustion forces the rear turbine blades to turn, which in turn moves the common shaft for the compressor blades and the ignition chamber.
The turbojet is not capable of super-cruise, but it achieves the Mach 1+ barrier by using after-burners, which ignite more fuel in the region after the turbine blades, for additional thrust.