4 The Museum of the Military Soviet Aircraft

The Museum of the Military Soviet Aircraft

Posted on August 6, 2012 by kulichik

A steering-wheel.

An-22 model.

Pilots who died in Afghanistan.

Heroes of the past.

The An-12BK-PPS was not exported to allied countries, with one exception – the Indian Air Force received 4 aircraft of this type. It was extensively used in service until the end of the 1980s. The type mostly served along the USSR’s borders during military training. After the break-up of the Soviet Union, the An-12BK-PPS remained in service only in the Russian Air Force. Several machines are still in service today.

IL-76 MD.

An-26 is a modification of An-24.



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4 Responses to “The Museum of the Military Soviet Aircraft”

  1. James says:

    Good job, ER! This is the stuff of your reputation. Keep it up.

  2. Herman the German says:

    I think, some of the descriptions are wrong.
    Example: “An-26 is a modification of An-24″ the pic shows an AN-22. But still: Nice pictures :-)

  3. Bobble Hat says:

    Great photos, nice to see inside that A50, that’s a rare sight.

  4. Tillerman says:

    I’m starting to HATE the video of the day! Everytime I open another page of this , otherwise excellent, website that tune starts!!

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