Фото из журналов
Photos from magazines
Air International 1995-08
Fighter A to Z
B.Gunston - Russian Revelations
D.Allport - Army Aviation (1)
F.Colucci - Sweeping The Sea
J.Hayles - Russia's Coastal Guardian: The Beriev Be-12 Mail
M.English - Naval Air Test and Evaluation Museum. Patuxent River /Veteran & Vintage/
P.Relman - Generation X - Boeing's new babies
R.Francillon - From Torpedo and Scout Bombers to Attack Aircraft (1)
T.Festner - Slovakian Air Power
T.Nash - Wings Over Norway - Braathens SAFE
The Myasishchev M-52 was one of the many aircraft considered to be obsolescent in an age of intercontinental ballistic missiles.
Мясищев М-50 / М-52 -
The Tupolev Tu-91 carrier-based attack aircraft was shown to Western observers in 1956 but it took nearly 40 years for this drawing to appear.
Туполев Ту-91 Бычок -
The Tsybin R-020 was to have been powered by two R-11F-300 engines, as then (1960) about to be used in the MiG-21. It was cancelled when nearing completion.
Цыбин П.В. РСР (Р-020) -
Side elevations of the flying scale model of the biggest bomber that never flew, the ANT-26. This would have had eight engines on the wing and four in two tandem nacelles.
Туполев ТБ-6 / АНТ-26 / АНТ-28 -