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Archive for March, 2009

Tupolev Tu-104AK side view

Tupolev Tu-104AK

Tupolev Tu-104AK (c/n 8350705) “46 Red” - one of the three zero-G trainers operated by the Soviet Cosmonaut Detachment. It is now displayed at the Central Russian Air Force Museum in Monino

Tupolev Tu-104A side view

Tupolev Tu-104A

Tupolev Tu-104A CCCP-42327 (ex-CCCP-L5421, c/n 6660201) of the East Siberian Transport Derictorate / 1st Irkutsk United Air Detachment. First aircraft of the A-version

Tupolev Tu-104 side view

Tupolev Tu-104

Tupolev Tu-104B CCCP-42403 was operated by Aeroflot’s International Services Directorate in the 1973-standard livery in the 1970s

Tupolev Tu-95MS side view

Tupolev Tu-95MS

Tupolev Tu-95MS «10 Red» operated by the Russian Air Force’s 182nd Heavy Bomber Regiment is named Saratov. Engels AB, July 1999

Tupolev Tu-22PD side view

Tupolev Tu-22PD

Tupolev Tu-22PD “34 Red”, 121st Guards Sevastopol Red Banner Heavy Bomber Air Regiment, Machulischi, Belarus, July 1994. The aircraft looked this way immediately before being ferried to Engels AFB for disposal

Tupolev Tu-22PD side view

Tupolev Tu-22PD

Tupolev Tu-22PD “34 Red”, 121st Guards Sevastopol Red Banner Heavy Bomber Air Regiment, Machulischi, Belarus, July 1994. The aircraft looked this way immediately before being ferried to Engels AFB for disposal