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Petlyakov Pe-2 side view

Petlyakov Pe-2

Petlyakov Pe-2 “31 Yellow” of the 73rd BAP/3rd Sqn at Krooglovo airfield, July 1942. The aircraft was built in early 1942 by plant No. 39 in Irkutsk and was most probably shot down in August some year

Petlyakov Pe-2 side view

Petlyakov Pe-2

Recce-configured Petlyakov Pe-2 «4 Blue» Borisovskiy, 3rd Sqn, 47th OGRAP (Independent Guards Reconnaissance Air Regiment), the autumn of 1944

Petlyakov Pe-2 side view

Petlyakov Pe-2

Petlyakov Pe-2 “1 Blue”, 82nd Berlinskiy GvBAP (Guards Bomber Regiment)/1st Gv BAD (Guard Bomber Division); Aspern (Austria), the summer of 1945. The aircraft wears camouflage conforming to the standard of early of 1945Petlyakov Pe-2 “1 Blue”, 82nd Berlinskiy GvBAP (Guards Bomber Regiment)/1st Gv BAD (Guard Bomber Division); Aspern (Austria), the summer of 1945. The aircraft wears camouflage conforming to the standard of early of 1945

Petlyakov Pe-2 artwork

Petlyakov Pe-2

Coming home on a wing and a prayer. On 11th August 1942 this 73rd Bomber Regiment Petlyakov Pe-2 piloted by Ivan Kabakov was badly damaged by German flak but made it back to base

Petlyakov Pe-2 side view

Petlyakov Pe-2

This Petlyakov Pe-2 was the mount of Dmitriy T. Nikishin when he was Commander of the 6th BAK (Bomber Corps). Aspern, Austria, 1946. The aircraft was painted gloss silver overall, with national insignia in eigth places

Petlyakov Pe-2 side view

Petlyakov Pe-2

Recce-configured Pe-2 «2 Blue» (c/n 14/177), 3rd Sqn of 47th OGRAP (Independent Guards Reconnaissance Regiment), the spring of 1944. This aircraft went missing on 6th July 1944 together with the entire crew