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Photo ID: 0854513
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Czech Republic - Air Force
Mil Mi-17
Ceske Budejovice (LKCS)
Czech Republic, May 1994
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0850 (cn 108M50) This Hip-H of the Czech Air Rescue Service is already pushing a bunch of air around as it awaits taxi clearance.
Mark Carlisle
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Photo ID: 0854511
Views: 23666
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Russia - Air Force
Mil Mi-6...
Off-Airport - Chernobyl area
Ukraine, May 24, 2005
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Hundreds of radioactive wrecks in a field, a few kilometers from the town of Chernobyl (Rossokha site). All these vehicles were used after the catastrophe for liquidation operations.
Serge Aubry
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Photo ID: 0854509
Views: 2195
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Spantax
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
Palma de Mallorca (- Son San Juan) (PMI / LEPA / LESJ)
Spain, August 1986
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EC-DUG (cn 46576/73) Seen rolling runway 6L to HEL on overcast day. First flight was November 14, 1972. Delivery date was February 5, 1973. Other serials - EC-DUG with Spantax - delivered during April 1984, HB-IHB with Swissair - "Schafflausen", N19072 with Continental Airlines - delivered during October 1986, Potomac Capital Investment Corporation, and Memphis Group, and also HB-IGH - ntu. Wears FN 072 with Continental Airlines. Stored at MHV during 2001 for short time. Later ferried to, and store at GWO. Broken-up at GWO.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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Photo ID: 0854508
Views: 5151
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Piedmont Airlines
Boeing 727-51
Denver - Stapleton International (DEN / KDEN) (closed)
USA - Colorado, September 1982
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N838N (cn 18803/137) "Mt. Mitchell Pacemaker". Touching down runway 26L from CLT. With Northwest Airlines as N467US, the famous D.B. Cooper hijacked aircraft - leapt out back door parachuting to ground w/ $. First flight was April 9, 1965. Delivery date was April 22, 1965. Other serials - N29KA with Key Airlines and Worldcorp Lsg Inc, N838N with United Technologies - test navigation equipmt, and also N467US with Key Als and Northwest Als - the D.B. Cooper airplane. Stored at GWO during February 1993. Broken-up during 1996.
Frank C. Duarte Jr.
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Photo ID: 0854507
Views: 6841
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Yakovlev Yak-3
Camarillo (Oxnard AFB) (CMA)
USA - California, April 22, 2005
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VK-105PF-2 This is one of only two remaining original Yak-3s the other being in the Musee de L'Air in Paris. It was built in the late stages of the Second World War and powered by a Klimov engine, was a poweful adversary to the Germans. It is seen in a Soviet Airforce livery and is on loan to the Commemorative Airforce Museum. The lengthy slogan on this side of the aircraft translates to"The 2nd aircraft from Golovatyy - for the terminal rout of the enemy."
Mick Bajcar
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Photo ID: 0854505
Views: 3589
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Let L-200 Morava
Luqa - Malta International (MLA / LMML)
Malta, May 13, 2005
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D-GULL (cn 171407) Noted at Park 4, considered a very rare old a/c type still flying, way back after World War II. The L200 was designed by Smrcek as a light general purpose aircraft and was used in various roles like commuting, transport, search and rescue. The successor to the Aero 145, the L-200 Morava is a 4/5-seat light business aircraft first flown in 1957. Over 400 have been built and many have been exported within Eastern Europe. The three versions: L-200, L-200A and L-200D are all similar in external appearance. Cruising speed is 159mph (256km/hr) and range is 1,063 miles (1,710km). It's wing span is 40ft 4½in (12.31m) and it is 28ft 3in (8.61m) in length. It's country of origin is Czechoslovakia.
Roberto Benetti
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