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AVM-200207 Aviamaster N7 2002 magazine

Aviamaster AVM-200207 Aviamaster N7 2002 magazine
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AVM-200207 Aviamaster N7 2002 magazine

List of Contents
From the History of Air Wars
Operation "Watchtower". America Strikes Back
On the Fronts of the Great Patriotic War
"Fire Rams" at Sea. Legends and Facts
Exotic
Mercenary Wings. Americans in Laos
Unknown Pages
From Maritn-156 to PS-30. The Story of Some Purchase
Aviation in Faces
A "Communist" from Luftwaffe. Alfred Grislawski Fighter Pilot
Discussions
"Falcons" and Dilettantes
The Most Dangerous Enemy
48 pages, 50 photographs, color illustrations

Illustrations
1. On April 25, 1943 during an attack of a German ship convoy the crew of a "Hampden" torpedo bomber commanded by V.H. Kiselev was killed in action. A number of publications state that the fliers performed a "fire ram" sinking German transport ship "Lehresee". But the other, more reliable sources, claim that the transport was sunk by a torpedo
2. "Bostons" of the Red Banner Baltic Fleet Air Force on the Target Run
3. The preparation of "Boston" torpedo bomber before the combat mission, 1944
4. A supposed look of the military variant of Martin-156
5. A captured Bf-109F, which had belonged to JG51 at the tests in NII VVS RKKA, December 1941
6. The first Martin-156 aircraft in autumn 1937 in the USA, shortly before its shipment to the Soviet Union.
7. Martin-156 indexed as PS-30 at its service in "Aeroflot"