Aviation Photo #1022907 Douglas A-20G Havoc - Russia - Air Force

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Today we were in a shock from seen - possibly because time and weights of a snow the left main gear and both of the stabilizators has broken! Note our Monino museum's entusiasts, stand near Boston, try help to repair this bird.
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    Vyacheslav Babaevskiy
    Russia - Air Force
    Douglas A-20G Havoc
    Douglas A-20 Boston/Havoc (DB-7)
    Douglas A-20 Boston/Havoc (DB-7)
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    14 yellow
    Monino
    Russia
    March 18, 2006
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Photo Added: March 25, 2006

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Anonymous
8 years ago
Very Sad. I read the Russian air crews assigned to fly these birds during (and after) WW2 were thrilled because they came with heaters for the crew, while most (if not all) Russian designs of the time avoided such "luxuries."

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