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Monino

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Sonyshooter1955
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Monino

Post by Sonyshooter1955 » Sun May 26, 2019 10:04 pm

Civil types at the Central Air Forces Museum at Monino

ImageA6503198_199_200 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503201_2_3 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503207_8_9 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503210_1_2 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503222_3_4 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503231_2_3 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503234_5_6 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503237_8_9 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503285_6_7 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503288_89_90 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503306_7_8 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503309_10_11 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503336_7_8 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503366_7_8 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503456_7_8 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503522_3_4 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

ImageA6503534_5_6 by Mike Dearie, on Flickr

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Re: Monino

Post by niallsaviation » Sun May 26, 2019 10:11 pm

Fantastic.....thanks for sharing

Would have loved to see whatever is in the first picture doing whatever it was built to do

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Re: Monino

Post by Sonyshooter1955 » Sun May 26, 2019 11:06 pm

It is an type of ekranoplan, wing in ground affect aircraft, the wings are lying nearby which probably came of when it was dropped by the helicopter transporting it from somewhere in Russia.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartini_Beriev_VVA-14

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Re: Monino

Post by andygolfer » Mon May 27, 2019 7:25 am

an amazing set of photos and aircraft. Many thanks for posting them - made an interesting subject to look at over breakfast!

some of the ideas the Russians had are so creative it just makes me wonder what their success rate was with the innovative approach. It's just a shame that some aren't in better condition.

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Re: Monino

Post by LondonEye » Mon May 27, 2019 6:47 pm

Wonderful set of interesting rare types.
Absolute magic.

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