People and Machinery: Air Force

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Hero of the Soviet Union Musatov Ilya Ivanovich
Sergey Evdokimovich Kuzhman transfers Yak-6 aircraft to the 13th Guards division
Commander of aviation of the 30th Army Colonel Belov N.G. 1941-1942.
Commander of the 10th composite aviation division assigns a mission to a pilot. Forward air-field near Smolensk, July 1941.
Director of the staff of the 1st fighter aviation Army Colonel Belov N.G. (on the left) and Commissar Dukhovny P.I. (on the right). Kalinin front, may 5, 1942.
Commander of the 1st fighter aviation Army Major-general Beletsky E.M. (on the right), Army headquarters director Colonel Belov N.G. (in the center), and Army Commissar Vinogradov A.S. Bryansk front, 1942.
Colonel Belov N.G. (on the right). Voronezh battle region. 1942.
After combat action on Kalinin front. March 21, 1942. Photo published in “Komsomolskaya Pravda” newspaper.
Deputy commander of the squadron of 5th Guards fighter aviation regiment captain Mochalov F.I. 1941.
Technical staff of the 2nd air squadron of the 5th Guards fighter aviation regiment. Kalinin front, Zalazino village, December 1941.
Evacuation of a battle-scarred aircraft
Hero of the Soviet Union Musatov Ilya Ivanovich (in the middle), after combat action, Lipetsk
Hero of the Soviet Union Musatov Ilya Ivanovich (in the middle)
Burning Soviet bomber aircraft
Shot down Soviet bomber aircraft
Soviet strike aircrafts of the 1st Pribaltiysky front before attacking the group of German tanks near Shaulyai
Sergey Lugansky, commander of a squadron of 270th fighter aviation regiment, twice awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union
Soviet heavy bomber aircrafts at a military airfield
Aircraft bomber pilots Constantin Mulyukin and Pavel Plotnikov (from left to right), Germany
Fighter aircraft pilots Grigory Burenko, Victor Tabunov, Semen Lyavshenko and Nestor Linovitsky (from left to the right) on a military airfield
Soviet dive-bombers Pe-2
Hero of the Soviet Union Musatov Ilya Ivanovich
Sergey Evdokimovich Kuzhman transfers Yak-6 aircraft to the 13th Guards division
Commander of aviation of the 30th Army Colonel Belov N.G. 1941-1942.
Commander of the 10th composite aviation division assigns a mission to a pilot. Forward air-field near Smolensk, July 1941.
Director of the staff of the 1st fighter aviation Army Colonel Belov N.G. (on the left) and Commissar Dukhovny P.I. (on the right). Kalinin front, may 5, 1942.
Commander of the 1st fighter aviation Army Major-general Beletsky E.M. (on the right), Army headquarters director Colonel Belov N.G. (in the center), and Army Commissar Vinogradov A.S. Bryansk front, 1942.
Colonel Belov N.G. (on the right). Voronezh battle region. 1942.
After combat action on Kalinin front. March 21, 1942. Photo published in “Komsomolskaya Pravda” newspaper.
Deputy commander of the squadron of 5th Guards fighter aviation regiment captain Mochalov F.I. 1941.
Technical staff of the 2nd air squadron of the 5th Guards fighter aviation regiment. Kalinin front, Zalazino village, December 1941.
Evacuation of a battle-scarred aircraft
Hero of the Soviet Union Musatov Ilya Ivanovich (in the middle), after combat action, Lipetsk
Hero of the Soviet Union Musatov Ilya Ivanovich (in the middle)
Burning Soviet bomber aircraft
Shot down Soviet bomber aircraft
Soviet strike aircrafts of the 1st Pribaltiysky front before attacking the group of German tanks near Shaulyai
Sergey Lugansky, commander of a squadron of 270th fighter aviation regiment, twice awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union
Soviet heavy bomber aircrafts at a military airfield
Aircraft bomber pilots Constantin Mulyukin and Pavel Plotnikov (from left to right), Germany
Fighter aircraft pilots Grigory Burenko, Victor Tabunov, Semen Lyavshenko and Nestor Linovitsky (from left to the right) on a military airfield
Soviet dive-bombers Pe-2

Evacuation of a battle-scarred aircraft

Photo was shot by Ispolatov A.M., which in June 1941 participated in Brest fortress defense, and in 1945 in the rank of staff sergeant fought with Japan during Manchu strategic operation
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