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24-11-2009 |MiG-29 "9-13" "Fulcrum C", Soviet Frontline Fighter
MiG-29 "9-13" "Fulcrum C", Soviet Frontline FighterSoviet Frontline Fighter
The MiG-29 – Soviet frontline fighter of fourth generation with prominent flying characteristics.
24-11-2009 |Tu-2S
Tu-2SWWII Soviet Bomber
The Su-2 belonged to the new generation of aircraft introduced into the Red Army Air Force shortly before WWII. This aircraft has designed in the A. Tupolev design bureau by a team headed up by P. Sukhoi as multi-purpose singleengined aircraft.
24-11-2009 |Su-2R
Su-2RWWII Soviet Reconnaissance Plane
The Su-2 belonged to the new generation of aircraft introduced into the Red Army Air Force shortly before WWII. This aircraft has designed in the A. Tupolev design bureau by a team headed up by P. Sukhoi as multi-purpose singleengined aircraft.
24-11-2009 |Su-2
Su-2WWII Soviet Light Bomber
The Su-2 belonged to the new generation of aircraft introduced into the Red Army Air Force shortly before WWII. This aircraft has designed in the A. Tupolev design bureau by a team headed up by P. Sukhoi as multi-purpose singleengined aircraft.
24-11-2009 |Avia B-71
Avia B-71
WWII German Luftwaffe Bomber
The SB (Skorostnoy Bombardirovschik – High-speed Bomber) was one of the world’s first twin-engined bombers with smooth metal plating and retractable chassis. SB (ANT-40) has constructed in the A. N. Tupolev design bureau under the supervision of A.A. Archangelsky. It made its maiden flight in October 7, 1934.
24-11-2009 |SB 2M-100A
SB 2M-100AWWII Soviet Bomber
The SB (Skorostnoy Bombardirovschik – High-speed Bomber) was one of the world’s first twin-engined bombers with smooth metal plating and retractable chassis. SB (ANT-40) has constructed in the A. N. Tupolev design bureau under the supervision of A.A. Archangelsky. It made its maiden flight in October 7, 1934.
24-11-2009 |SB 2M-100
SB 2M-100Spanish Air Force Bomber
The SB (Skorostnoy Bombardirovschik – High-speed Bomber) was one of the world’s first twin-engined bombers with smooth metal plating and retractable chassis. SB (ANT-40) has constructed in the A. N. Tupolev design bureau under the supervision of A.A. Archangelsky. It made its maiden flight in October 7, 1934.
24-11-2009 |Ki-27b
Ki-27bJapan Army Fighter
The first serial fighter-monoplane aircraft of Japan Imperial Army became the Ki-27. The first of two prototypes built by a Nakajima company was flying in October 1936.
22-11-2009 |Ki-27a
Ki-27aJapan Army Fighter
The first serial fighter-monoplane aircraft of Japan Imperial Army became the Ki-27. The first of two prototypes built by a Nakajima company was flying in October 1936. Series production was ordered in December 1937 as the Type 97 Fighter Model Ko (Ki-27a). Ki-27a had excellent maneuverability and was serious enemy for Soviet-built I-15bis and I-16 fighters in air battles over China and Mongolia in 1938-1939.
22-11-2009 |Ki-10-II
Ki-10-IIJapan Army Biplane Fighter
The Ki-10 was the main fighter aircraft of Japan Imperial Army in late-30s. The first prototype constructed by a Kawasaki company under the supervision of Takeo Doi was completed in March 1935 and, in September, the Ki-10 was ordered into production as the Type 95 Fighter.




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