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Latest side views

Bell P-63C-5 Kingcobra side view

 Bell P-63C-5 Kingcobra

Bell P-63C-5 Kingcobra “17 White” 43-11137 (presumably), 689th GvIAP, 1946

Bell P-39Q-15 Airacobra side view

Bell P-39Q-15 Airacobra

Bell P-39Q-15-BE Airacobra “RGA White” 42-8747 of the 16th GvIAP, 1944. Pilot G. Rechkalov

Bell P-39Q-25 Airacobra side view

Bell P-39Q-25 Airacobra

Bell P-39Q-25 Airacobra “55 White” 44-32488. 16th GvIAP, Stefaneshti airfield, 1944. Pilot G. Golubev

Bell P-39N Airacobra side view

Bell P-39N Airacobra

Bell P-39N-BE Airacobra “100 White” 42-9004. 16th GvIAP, pilot - Gv.Capitan Alexander Pokryshkin

Bell P-39L Airacobra side view

Bell P-39L Airacobra

Bell P-39L-1 Airacobra “14 White” 42-4608, 16th GvIAP, May 1943.

Bell P-39D Airacobra side view

Bell P-39D Airacobra

Bell P-39D-2 Airacobra “37 White” (41-38428) of the 16th GvIAP. Kuban, April 1943. Pilot - V. Fadeev

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Latest artworks

Sukhoi Su-27P artwork

Sukhoi Su-27P

Sukhoi Su-27P “04 Red” of the 689th GvIAP, 2004

Mikoyan MiG-15 artwork

Mikoyan MiG-15

In the early 1950s jet fighters MiG-15 in 689th GvIAP have come in the stead of old piston fighters P-63 Kingcobra

Mikoyan MiG-19P artwork

Mikoyan MiG-19P

Pair of Mikoyan MiG-19P an interceptor in training flight on the maximum height. 689th GvIAP, airdrome Nivenskoje, the end of 1950th years

Tupolev Tu-4 artwork

Tupolev Tu-4

Tupolev Tu-4 “32 Red” (c/n 220704) in to the flight

Yakovlev Yak-3 artwork

Yakovlev Yak-3

A personalised Yakovlev Yak-3 fighter with the name of Anna Selivanova inscribed on it is escorting an Il-2 attack aircraft formation. East Prussia, early 1945. The aircraft was given to the Air Force by Anna Selivanova, a female collective farmer. A. Suraveshkin, a squadron leader with the 431st Fighter Regiment flew it

Tupolev Tu-16R artwork

Tupolev Tu-16R

In a display of first-rate airmanship on both sides, a quasi-Egyptian Tupolev Tu-16R recce aircraft flown by a Soviet crew and flying at ultra-low level over the Med is intercepted by an RAF English Electric Lightning F.3 off the coast of Cyprus in 1970. The Lightning has taken up a position under the Tu-16’s wing

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