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AVH-200105 History of Aviation N5 2001 magazine
List of Contents
The King of the First Fights in the Air
The Striking Power of Red Army Airforce (VVS RKKA)
Joakin Garcia Morato
Il-4 and DB-3 Bombers
Messerschmitt Me-210/410 - A Failure or Success Too Late
The Melted Skies of Vietnam
Enter the "Duck Nose"
Plasticart - the Models and the Aircraft
58 pages, 90 photographs, Inserts with Drawings, 5 Illustrations
On the insert: the line drawings of Iliushin Il-4, Iliushin DB-3F
1. TB-3 with M-17 engines of 28th Heavy Bombers Brigade. Soviet Far East, the first half of the 30s
2. TB-3R with M-34R engines of 9ht Heavy Bombers Brigade. Sesha Air Base, mid 30s.
3. Whatever they would say, but TB-3s of the "Parade Ten" made a proper impression in the European capitals.
4. The most acute problem of DB-3F during the first few months of the war was the the weakness of its defensive armament.
5. Iluishin Il-4
6. Captain Tran Khan and lieutenant Phan Ngok Lan (on the left side) review the film of the camera gun with the final seconds of an American F-8. April 3, 1965.
7. The quantity of defense guns on TB-3 inspired respect into any potential opponent