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Seen on DVD #5 of [[Wings of Russia]];<br>
 
Seen on DVD #5 of [[Wings of Russia]];<br>
 
[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schukowski_KOMTA Schukowski KOMTA, Soviet triplane bomber on German Wikipedia]<br>[[User:LVCDC|LVCDC]] ([[User talk:LVCDC|talk]]) 19:28, 16 December 2018 (MST)
 
[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schukowski_KOMTA Schukowski KOMTA, Soviet triplane bomber on German Wikipedia]<br>[[User:LVCDC|LVCDC]] ([[User talk:LVCDC|talk]]) 19:28, 16 December 2018 (MST)
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== 10 : still mysterious ==
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A biplane with a wide radial but no gull wing (so not a Polikarpov I-15 or I-153). Engine cowling's shape is not like on Polikarpov I-5. Polikarpov I-152/I-15 bis doesn't suit (wrong landing gear and a big single strut on the wings) nor Borovkov-Florov I-207. So what ? <br> A famous picture of a Siamese (Thailand) Vought V-93S seized by French in December 1940 could be a good candidate : biplane with N strut, landing gear, shape of engine cowling found on this late variant of the Vought Corsair ... but failed by her tricolored rudder. [[User:LVCDC|LVCDC]] ([[User talk:LVCDC|talk]]) 20:32, 16 December 2018 (MST)

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S. V. Ilyushin ?

A famous picture of Sergey Vladimirovich Ilyushin in 1974. This picture seems digitaly modified in the movie as the head is different and no decoration ... but aircraft models are the same.

SIlyushin 1974.jpg

LVCDC (talk) 19:02, 16 December 2018 (MST)

Various Memory

1 : Sukhoi Su-17M3K

From the book : OKB Sukhoi a History of the Design Bureau and its Aircraft, published by Midland Publishing in 1996, page 164,

OKB-Sukhoi-p164 Su17M3K.jpg

This type of shot is common in USSR (and even elsewhere) but some details are of particular interest to keep this identification among others options even of the same design bureau.

  • exact position of the wheels in relation to each other;
  • despite Black & White impression versus colored one in the movie, the pattern of colors is the same one;
  • two rocket pods weighted central shape;
  • adjoining right, a white spot is denoting a missile on the inner wing pylon.
    LVCDC (talk) 19:02, 16 December 2018 (MST)

3 : Oleg Konstantinovich Antonov

Ekipazh2 Antonov.jpg

LVCDC (talk) 19:46, 16 December 2018 (MST)

5 : Ilyushin Il-62

SIlyushin Il-62.jpg

LVCDC (talk) 19:02, 16 December 2018 (MST)

7 : Schukowski KOMTA

Seen on DVD #5 of Wings of Russia;
Schukowski KOMTA, Soviet triplane bomber on German Wikipedia
LVCDC (talk) 19:28, 16 December 2018 (MST)

10 : still mysterious

A biplane with a wide radial but no gull wing (so not a Polikarpov I-15 or I-153). Engine cowling's shape is not like on Polikarpov I-5. Polikarpov I-152/I-15 bis doesn't suit (wrong landing gear and a big single strut on the wings) nor Borovkov-Florov I-207. So what ?
A famous picture of a Siamese (Thailand) Vought V-93S seized by French in December 1940 could be a good candidate : biplane with N strut, landing gear, shape of engine cowling found on this late variant of the Vought Corsair ... but failed by her tricolored rudder. LVCDC (talk) 20:32, 16 December 2018 (MST)