21 Place Left By Pilots

Place Left By Pilots

The abandoned aircrew training center is located next to a former military airfield. The place that used to be in demand is semi-destructed now. It seems that nobody is going to use it and its equipment in future.

The truck was used to shift a plane.

Nobody needs the furniture and equipment.

What is the purpose of this?

Tu-22M attacks the enemy plane.


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21 Responses to “Place Left By Pilots”

  1. Dai says:

    Where is it?

  2. akis says:

    I like it its like fallout the game

  3. Kent of Sweden says:

    Does anyone have technical data on the 8-wheel-drive (Overall size, engine, transmission, performance that sort of stuff)

  4. scud-werfer says:

    i would take the military truck!!!

  5. FinEST says:

    Sad to see that amazing truck just rusting there!

  6. Bogdan the Polssie says:

    The real Russia, Putin’s Russia…

  7. Andy says:

    Is that truck http://media.englishrussia.com/112012/aitr/airtr003-52.jpg sort of “Iskander” I believe or something else?

  8. Jeebs says:

    OH MY GAWD!!!! if that base was in the states all the stuff would be gone all I see is money sitting around lots of money I don’t know how much that big truck would go for jeez what’s wrong with you Russia

  9. Apu Gupta says:

    “What is the purpose of this?” i presume that is a ‘hardware made’ representative map of tactical and combat operations of a certain area (for command logistics & training purposes probably?) they no longer need of those, since they use now modern equipment with dedicated software applications and flat screens etc..

  10. America says:

    What a sight. The control panels and office contents all just piled up and destroyed is awesome. Thank you Boris Yeltsin for accomplishing what America never could!

  11. Asmodeus says:


    I STILL use that HP LaseJet 4L printer!!

  12. Topol-M says:

    “what is purpose of this?” = training aid for radar plan position indicator
    “unknown devices” = radio transceiver power amplifier and vacuum capacitor, so probably for HF.

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