10 Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Posted on June 6, 2013 by team

Today we are at the Monino airfield again to see the Mysischev 3MD, a Soviet strategic bomber, closely from outside and inside. It was built in 1960 by the design bureau named after V. M. Myasischev. This modification of 3M had a better equipment, VD-7B engines,  longer and more pointed nose part with a boom of a fuel receiving device at its end, wider wings. The aircraft was first demostrated in the airport of Domodedovo, Moscow in July, 1967. NATO code – Bison-C.


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10 Responses to “Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail”

  1. Visionaire says:

    Will somebody PLEASE raid this camera guys bag and destroy his fisheye and distortion lenses?

  2. belzebub says:

    next time, please use the wide lenses only for shooting interiors, not the whole plane. you really can’t see anything if it’s distorted like that!

  3. keith gibbs says:

    all very nice pictures, but most are of the top of plane, what does it look like side view,front view

  4. Them says:

    Sure Russians can’t be blamed for not thinking big. Either in planes and photografic reports!

  5. John Niku says:

    that’s pity such a complex and advanced machine is not in the museum like in the US

  6. janek says:

    Anything looks weird when you shot it using weird lenses.

  7. Elhana says:

    @John Niku: It is a Monino museum.

  8. Jerry says:

    Lucky frickin tourist you are!

  9. Muzzlehatch says:

    Built at the “Power to the Workers and Death to the Imperialistic Running Dogs Bicycle and Aircraft Plant No. 325-Z.

  10. Muzzlehatch says:

    Definitely could use new window curtains.

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