Aviation Photo #1866389: Antonov An-32P Firekiller - Ministry of Emergency Situations of Ukraine


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  • Igor Bubin
    Ministry of Emergency Situations of Ukraine
    Antonov An-32P Firekiller
    Antonov An-32
    Antonov An-32
    Antonov
    3608
    31 black
    Nizhyn (Nezhin)
    Ukraine
    April 20, 2010
  • 129

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February 14, 2011
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In the navigator's cabin - Vladimir Kalinin, author of many very interesting pictures on the site Airliners.net. Unfortunately his life was cut short by a serious illness. Let this be a snapshot of the memory of a wonderful photographer, friend, co-drivers. This is his first flight on An-32P, and it's his last flight as a crew member. Thanks to Oleg Belyakov for assistance in the post-processed photos.
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Comments (18)

Anonymous
5 years ago
We will remember you Vladimir...
Anonymous
5 years ago
Vladimir will always be in our memories. RIP.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Red dragon!!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
RIP Vladimir! No words can describe such disaster...
Artyom, Russia
Anonymous
5 years ago
Russian PC-voting on tour... >.<
Anonymous
5 years ago
Like father, like son, both were great aviators. We will miss you Vladimir.
Anonymous
5 years ago
5 Stars....RIP
Anonymous
5 years ago
Very moving. Thanks for sharing, and my sympathies to family and friends.
Anonymous
5 years ago
RIP.
Fyodor.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Love many of the shots from Vladimir. That's tragic. RIP.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great photo with very sad story behind it.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Vladimir, have a good fly, now !
Anonymous
5 years ago
RIP Mr Kalinin...thanks a lot!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Excellent picture.
Will my homage to Vladimir, as well as other photographers that are no longer among us and that we have delighted and allowed to learn with their good works.
Jorge Angellotti
Buenos Aires
Argentina
Anonymous
5 years ago
Thank you Volodya. RIP...



to user wrote rubbish about "russian pc-voting": read the remark first.
Anonymous
5 years ago
My voice-memory about Volodia. Sadly
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great shot. Rest in peace, Vladimir Kalinin.
Anonymous
5 years ago
The joy of flight that all who take wing experience.