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Photo ID 237784 by Vladimir Vorobyov. Ukraine Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B, 07 BLUE
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Photo ID 192516 by Vladimir Vorobyov. Ukraine Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B, 07 BLUE
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Photo ID 188557 by Vladimir Vorobyov. Russia Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B, 15
Photo ID: 188557
Photo ID 168020 by Vladimir Vorobyov. Ukraine Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B, 07 BLUE
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Photo ID 157183 by Vladimir Vorobyov. Ukraine Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B, 07 BLUE
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29.08.1986 landing without legs and became a monument.
Photo ID 130176 by Chris Lofting. Ukraine Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B, 07 BLUE
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Photo ID 104339 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B,
Photo ID: 104339
During the late 1980s, a number of Tu-22KDs where rebuilt with an ECM system replacing the tail gun. This comprised the SPS-151, SPS-152 or SPS-153 system in a streamlined fairing.
Photo ID 104270 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B,
Photo ID: 104270
wearing different Badges, from left: Guard, Excellent aircraft/maintenance and the Russian flag. The two small domes behind the cockpit are for the BTs63 astro-sextants, used for long-range navigation.
Photo ID 104267 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B,
Photo ID: 104267
This Tupolev belonged to 1st squadron of 121 TBAP at Machulishchi, now in the independent republic of Belarus.
Photo ID 104250 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B,
Photo ID: 104250
In 1998 there where 120 Tu-22 on this base, most of them where scrapped by now. Kodachrome64
Photo ID 104249 by Sven Zimmermann. Russia Air Force Tupolev Tu 22KD Blinder B,
Photo ID: 104249
By the mid-1980's, the Soviet Air Force had recognised the inadequacy of the tail gun and began with refitting it by an ECM-system instead. This Tu-22KD is showing its SPS-151 type ECM Tail, maybe a SPS-100 Reseda System active jammer unit.
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