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Photo ID 210193 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 15UT Flagon C,
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The legendary aircraft collection of Khodinka - in 1997 you can still say 'Preserved Aircraft', later they became Boneyard and quite a lot of them where scrapped/destroyed later :( Kodachrome64
Photo ID 210192 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 25RBT,
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The legendary aircraft collection of Khodinka - in 1997 you can still say 'Preserved Aircraft', later they became Boneyard and quite a lot of them where scrapped/destroyed later :( Kodachrome64
Photo ID 210191 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 7UM,
Photo ID: 210191
The legendary aircraft collection of Khodinka - in 1997 you can still say 'Preserved Aircraft', later they became Boneyard and quite a lot of them where scrapped/destroyed later :( Kodachrome64
Photo ID 209919 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 15 Flagon,
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The legendary aircraft collection of Khodinka - in 1997 you can still say 'Preserved Aircraft', later they became Boneyard and quite a lot of them where scrapped/destroyed later :( Kodachrome64
Photo ID 209918 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 25PU,
Photo ID: 209918
The legendary aircraft collection of Khodinka - in 1997 you can still say 'Preserved Aircraft', later they became Boneyard and quite a lot of them where scrapped/destroyed later :( Kodachrome64
Photo ID 209917 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 15 Flagon,
Photo ID: 209917
The legendary aircraft collection of Khodinka - in 1997 you can still say 'Preserved Aircraft', later they became Boneyard and quite a lot of them where scrapped/destroyed later :( Kodachrome64
Photo ID 209916 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 17UM3,
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The legendary aircraft collection of Khodinka - in 1997 you can still say 'Preserved Aircraft', later they became Boneyard and quite a lot of them where scrapped/destroyed later :( Kodachrome64
Photo ID 163099 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mil Mi 24V,
Photo ID: 163099
Late Version of the famous Hind at the once impressive National Air & Space Museum on Khodinka Airfield. Quite a lot of exhibits had to leave space for some parking places et al since then and went broken up/destroyed.
Photo ID 163098 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mil Mi 24V,
Photo ID: 163098
Cockpit of an late Version of the famous Hind at the once impressive National Air & Space Museum on Khodinka Airfield
Photo ID 163097 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mil Mi 24A,
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Cockpit of an early Version of the famous Hind at the once impressive National Air & Space Museum on Khodinka Airfield
Photo ID 137836 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 17M4 Fitter K,
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Former Frunze Central Airfield (Khodinka) held a very attractive exhibition for some time. Final production version with considerably upgraded avionics, manufactured from 1981 'till 1988.
Photo ID 137835 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 7BKL,
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Rough-field capable variant with skids affixed to the sides of the main landing gear. Introduced in 1965, factory designation S-22KL. Manufactured 1965-1972 with 267 built.
Photo ID 137834 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 7B,
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The first ground-attack version, factory designation S-22. Manufactured 1960-1962 with 431 built. The Su-7 was popular with pilots for its docile flight characteristics, simple controls and considerable speed even at low altitudes.
Photo ID 129937 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mil Mi 4A,
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Unmarked Mil Mi-4 'HOUND' Helicopter at this former airfield near the world famous stadium of Dynamo Moscow.
Photo ID 127293 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mil Mi 8T, CCCP 11052
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One of the big legends in Helicopter History was repainted in fake colours (close to the standard Aeroflot c/s), with the former dark green colour shining through the faded paint after some time. scrapped at 11oct12
Photo ID 127292 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MIG 23MLD,
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Flogger K still in good shape back in 1997. Quite a lot of exhibits had to leave space for some parking places et al since then and went broken up/destroyed.
Photo ID 127244 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 23B,
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Still in good shape back in 1997, eventually destroyed by vandalism since then (broken canopy in 2011, and the exhibits have to leave space for some parking places et al)
Photo ID 116448 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Lavochkin La 17R,
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A little history on Russian UAV's - left side is the Lavochkin La-17R, a ground-launched battlefield reconnaissance drone introduced in 1962. In the middle the heavy Tupolev Tu-123 Yastreb (1964, c/n 5401005) with behind a Tu-141 Strizh (1979, 12 YELLOW)
Photo ID 116087 by Peter Terlouw. Russia Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 25PU,
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fading away at the former Khodinka Airport in Central Moscow. This used to be a wonderful museum but lack of funds leave the collection in a sorry state.
Photo ID 116086 by Peter Terlouw. Russia Air Force Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 23M,
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fading away at the former Khodinka Airport in Central Moscow. This used to be a wonderful museum but lack of funds leave the collection in a sorry state.
Photo ID 114849 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Navy Yakovlev Yak 38M, 60 YELLOW
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Former Frunze Central Airfield (Khodinka) held a very attractive exhibition for some time. Unfortunally the relicts are now destroyed or scrapped - a high price for building just some Buildings and a stadium instead.
Photo ID 114848 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Navy Yakovlev Yak 38M, 60 YELLOW
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Upgraded version of the Yak-38 VTOL aircraft for the Soviet Naval Aviation, the main difference being the new Tumansky R-28V-300 and two Rybinsk RD-38 engines. With four launchers (UB-16-57 & UB-32-57) of unguided air-to-surface missile S-5 (57mm).
Photo ID 114847 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mil Mi 6, 29 RED
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Previously part of the Central Aerodrome Museum at what was Frunze Central Airfield (Khodinka). This Beauty has now been broken up for scrap.
Photo ID 114846 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Mil Mi 24A,
Photo ID: 114846
Early Version of the famous Hind at the once impressive National Air & Space Museum on Khodinka Airfield
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