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Lisunov Li-2 Cab - USSR/Russia

PS-84
Serial: SSSR-L3407
Unit: VVS of the Baltic Fleet

January 1940. License produced DC-3, equipped with original Wright-Cyclone engines. This aircraft was originally owned by Civil Air Fleet (GVF) but commandeer to VVS of the Baltic Fleet. Note: Red stars painted over original civil codes.


Artist: © IFE
Source: 'Baltic Fleet Air Force in Winter War', Red Stars No.5, by Carl-Fredrik Geust, S.Tirkeltaub, G.Petrov, Apali Oy publishing, Tampere, Finland, 2004, ISBN: 952-5026-31-0
Lisunov Li-2 Cab - USSR/Russia | PS-84 | VVS of the Baltic Fleet | SSSR-L3407

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