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Tupolev SB/B.71 - USSR/Russia

SB 2M-100
Serial: 4
Unit: unknown

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Wings of Fatherland' 1984, No.5
Tupolev SB/B.71 - USSR/Russia | SB 2M-100 | 4


According this source: in typical winter camouflage.


Artist: unknown
Source: "Soviet Combat Aircraft of the Second World War, Volume 2: Twin-Engined Fighters, Attack Aircraft and Bombers" by Yefim Gordon and Dmitri Khazanov. (c)1999 Midland Publishing Limited. ISBN 1-85780-084-2.

Tupolev SB/B.71 - USSR/Russia | SB 2M-100 | 4

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