6 Museum of Long Range Aviation In Engels

Museum of Long Range Aviation In Engels

Posted on June 9, 2012 by team

At the air base Engels there is a Museum of Long-Range Aviation that was opened in September, 6th, 2000.

A part of exhibits are in a building, planes are under open sky. It’s not easy to get there like to any interesting place. The museum is located on the territory of a working military unit and to enter it you have to undergo a difficult quest.

Strategic air launched cruise missile H-55 of “air-to-surface” class. Before the launch of the missile the tail and the wing are folded and open with help of cartriges only upon actuation of a catapult launching device.

Bypass turbojet R95-300 in the rear end unit on the special shoe that moves forward from the frame before a launch.


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6 Responses to “Museum of Long Range Aviation In Engels”

  1. Mercal says:

    All of Russia is military arms.

  2. Finnish Alcoholics Online says:

    Bring back us freedom of speech! Stop moderation of comments!

  3. Al says:

    That’s quite a political statement on that fighter. Maybe the translation isn’t quite clear. It seems that the Russians are apologizing to Belarus, why would the Russians apologize when the plane was going from Belarus to Russia?

  4. Apu Gupta says:

    if every opening article links pops-up other ad/spam sites, i will never visit ER again

  5. Mercal says:

    KGB still runs Russia today it is a masquerade of names.

  6. Clifton says:

    Gupta, get Firefox and then download the Ad-Block extension. No more ads, no more popups.

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