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AVH-200106 History of Aviation N6 2001 magazine
The US pilots participated in the civil war in Spain
The Ilyushin's torpedo-bombers
Me210/410, is that fail or the delayed success
The Colonel of aviation Anatoliy Sergeyvitch Morozov
The Soviet airplanes with the gas turbine power-plant
The melted sky of Vietnam
The aviation that was lost
The virtual world
The Plasticart models and aircrafts
65 pages, 80 photos. 10 illustrations
1. The I-16 type 6 from the complement of the 1st squadron "chato", that was the part of the 21st fighter's aviation group of the Republican Air Forces. Frank Tinker fought at that fighter on summer of 1937
2. The I-15 from the complement of the 2nd squadron that was the part of the 26th fighters' group of the Republican Air Forces. Albert Baumler fought at this fighter on spring of 1937.
3. The DB-3F with the hanged rotative disperceive aviation bomb RRAB-500
4. In the first war winter of 1941-1942 the torpedo-bombers of the first Northern Fleet as the most of the Soviet military airplanes of that time obtained the white battle paint but that kind of practice did not settle down and the next winter Il-s have already survived in their usual paint.
5. The mechanics of the 35th DBAP checked the operating of Il-4 trimmers. The arrival of that aviation regiment to the polar TVD (the theatre of war operations) was adversely affected on the results of the fighting between Soviet aviation with the enemy's shipping, but totally slightly increase the striking forces of our Air Forces
6. The DB-3F torpedo bomber of the 2nd Guardian Red Banner aviation regiment of the Northern Fleet Air Forces winter of 1942-1943.
7. The DB-3F torpedo-bomber of the 2nd Guardian Red Banner aviation regiment of the Northern Fleet Air Forces, winter of 1942-1943.
8. The DB-3F torpedo-bomber of the 2nd Guardian Red Banner aviation regiment of the Northern Fleet Air Forces, winter of 1944-1945.
9.The Me410V that got into the USSR was not in a good condition, and that's why its flight data even exceeded the opportunities of Pe-2 and Tu-2, but also did not impress the Soviet specialists
10. The Yak-9t of the lieutenant Anatoliy Kibkalov. 163 fighters' aviation regiment, Kalpna airdrome, Kursk Arc, summer of 1943.
11. The Yak-9U of the senior lieutenant Anatoliy Kibkalov. The 163rd Red Banner Sedletsk aviation regiment. Baltic Republics, 1944
12. The Tu-14 serial torpedo-bomber of the Chernomorsk Naval Air Forces
13. MiG-27K, Altenberg airdrome. It was the property of the 911th APIB that was located on the aviation base in Brend
14. The Su-17M4 of the control flight of the of the 20th Guardian APIB that was located on the aviation base in Templin region
15. The Su-17UM of the 1st squadron that is decorated by the sign of rhinoceros on the keel
16. The last inspection of Su-27 before the show. The fighters of 582nd of the aviation fighters regiment left Poland. June, 5 of 1992
18. The Be-6 model