This big factory shelter has an unusual layout, numerous hermetic doors which are not so typical for shelters of such type. It belonged to a defense plant founded in 1968 as "Rostov telephone factory". Under cover of telephone communications production the factory
assembled internal components of long-range missiles (various chips and others). After the collapse of the USSR the factory began to undergo serious losses. Inside the post: some images of the factory itself and of its bomb shelter, of course.
Yak-32 ("Mantis" according to the NATO classification) is a Soviet jet-propelled trainer aircraft, one-seat version of Yak-30. Intended for inverted flights Yak-32 can stunt with prolonged negative overload. It is only
300 kg lighter than Yak-30, but its flying abilities are better. Yak-32 became the world first training and sports aircraft equipped with an ejection seat. The aircraft has never been serially produced.