Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

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.

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail

10 thoughts on “Soviet Aircraft 3MD In Detail”

  1. 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!

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

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