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Su-7U 16r Khodinka 25 Aug 1995157 viewsc/n 2502Feb 24, 2012
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Mi-2 Khodinka 25 Aug 1995204 viewsc/n 511835031 spurious USAF markings Feb 19, 2012
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Yak-27 08r Khodinka 25 Aug 1995199 viewsc/n 0507 ventral radar pannier at rearFeb 19, 2012
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Su-? with much detail stencilled on Khodinka 25 Aug 1995170 viewsFeb 19, 2012
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Su-? with much detail stencilled on Khodinka 25 Aug 1995177 viewsFeb 19, 2012
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Su-? with much detail stencilled on Khodinka 25 Aug 1995156 viewsFeb 19, 2012
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ICBM Khodinka 25 Aug 1995168 viewsc/n 540 005 Feb 19, 2012
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Tu-141 Strizh 12y Khodinka 25 Aug 1995160 viewsFeb 19, 2012
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Tu-123 Khodinka 25 Aug 1995148 viewsc/n 5401106 scrapped Sept 2002Feb 19, 2012
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Lavochkin La-17R Khodinka 25 Aug 1995134 viewsc/n 50115Feb 19, 2012
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KS-1 Kometa Khodinka 25 Aug 1995139 viewsThe first Soviet cruise missile to enter limited production was the air launched KS-1 Kometa or AS-1 Kennel, which was essentially a derivative of the MiG-15 Fagot airframe, built as an anti-shipping weapon. Development was initiated in 1947 resulting the first missiles entering service during the Korean War period, carried by the Tu-4 Bull, a reverse engineered Boeing B-29. The Tu-4KS variant was equipped with the K-1M X-band radar and provided beam riding midcourse guidance for the Kometa ASCM. Once the Kometa was near enough to the target, guidance switched to the K-2 semi-active homing seeker in the nose of the missile, relying on illumination from the K-1M radar. Feb 19, 2012
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30 or 71 or 74b L-29 Delphin Khodinka 25 Aug 1995138 viewsDOSAAF c/n 395406?Feb 19, 2012
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