The promising models of Russian civilian aviation – the Sukhoi Superjet 100 and Tu-204SM.
A couple of fighters of the 5th generation.
The aircraft of the 5th generation – T-50.
The “Russkiye Vityazi” (Russian Knights) and the “Strizhi” (Swifts), two aerobatic performance demonstrator teams, appeared in the distance.
The KC-10 Extender.
The prototype aircraft performed its first flight on July 12, 1980. Structurally, the KC-10 is largely similar to its civilian analogue, the DC-10.
A feature of this tanker aircraft is the fact that apart from fuel it is capable of transporting large quantities of cargoes. Its cargo compartment has an area of 305 m2.
The multirole jet fighter aircraft F-16.
The A-10 Thunderbolt II is designed for close air support of ground troops. Its main targets are the enemy tanks on a battlefield. Relatively low speed, good maneuvering characteristics and a nice view from the cockpit make it possible for the aircraft to hit small targets at the first attempt.
A seven-barrel gun GAU-8/A (30 mm, 1174 shells, rate of fire 2100/4200 rds/min).
The F-15E “Strike Eagle”, a multirole fighter.
The Boeing B-52 “Stratofortress”, a strategic intercontinental bomber. One of the oldest aircraft in service.
The Lockheed C-5 “Galaxy”. A strategic military transport aircraft with increased lift capacity. Till 1982, the largest serial cargo aircraft in the world. Then it was excelled by the Russian AN-124 “Ruslan”.
The Mi-8 MTV-1 equipped with unique equipment for the seriously injured.
The Be-200, one of the most unusual and versatile aircraft presented in recent years. The aircraft can take off both the land and water surface.