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Lavochkin La-5.

Ivan Kozhedub, the most successful Soviet fighter pilot of the war, shot down 60 enemy planes without ever losing his own aircraft.

Battle in the air WW2. Damaged under fire the Soviet Ilyushin IL-2 m continues to fly.

Battle in the air Damaged under fire the Soviet Ilyushin m continues to fly. The Birds today would fall out of the sky.

Helicopter size comparison

Helicopter size comparison

Damaged Il-2 still flying!

Sturmovik showing the dangers of ground attack: lightly armoured, it was a very tough aircraft.

SOVIET AVIATION in the years 1941-1945 WW2. pe-2  | stremhlavy bombarder pe 2 styrtbombefly petljakow pe 2

SOVIET AVIATION in the years 1941-1945 WW2. pe-2 | stremhlavy bombarder pe 2 styrtbombefly petljakow pe 2

The Lavochkin La-9 was a Soviet fighter aircraft produced shortly after World War II. It was a piston engined aircraft produced at the start of the jet age. The first prototype, designated La-130 was finished in 1946. Similarity to the famous Lavochkin La-7 was only superficial – the new fighter had all-metal construction and a laminar flow wing.

Lavochkin at the Warbirds Over Wanaka airshow, Wanaka, New Zealand, 2006

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