6 Life And Work of the Military Airfield

Life And Work of the Military Airfield

Posted on January 24, 2013 by team

January 22nd is a day of air defence in Russia. On such an occasion some bloggers and journalists were invited to an airfield called Central Uglovaya in the Russian Far East. We are going to join them and see how the airfield works.

Briefing goes first.

This is a thing for making notes.

Here one can call Boss!

Then the pilots go to the dressing room.

The suits are ready.

This equipment is for testing the suits.

They need someone to help them.

Looks warm!

It’s time to go to the planes.

They fuel the planes.

After all preparations they run up the engines.

Su-27 is for one pilot only.

The plane is flying back.

He may finally leave…

And some more photos from the airfield:

The guard of the airfiled says goodbye to you.

via zeka-vasch

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6 Responses to “Life And Work of the Military Airfield”

  1. Cedre says:

    The man in the first picture looks like Maksim Surayev.

  2. gorfop says:

    I’m the space bound rocket ship and your heart’s the moon, and I am aimin’ right at you, right at you…

  3. tea pot says:

    I like the way he rode off on a bicycle.

  4. Kim says:

    A little creepy that there’s a shot of a Korean Air jet , what with the flight 007 events and all…

  5. John from Kansas says:

    Nice series of photos. Thanks for the post.

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