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B-25C-5
Unit: 37th (13th Guards) AP DD
Serial: 341 (42-53341)

Note: last digits of a serial number was used as tactical code.

Artist: © O.M.Kartashov
Source: 'Aviation World Magazine' 1994, No.1

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B-25C-10
Unit: unknown
Serial: 42-32244

Converted to airliner.

Artist: © Mikhail O.Dmitriev
Source: Sent by OWL

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B-25D
Unit: 4th GvAD DD
Serial: 43

Circa 1944. On 26.12.44 the unit was renamed 15th GvBAD.

Artist: © Aleksandr Pavlygin
Source: Authentic Decals
Source: Olimp Models Group

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B-25D-25 "Avenger"
Unit: 229th GvBAP
Serial: 241 (42-87241)

The a/c of the Capt.Kavkaev. Probably Ukraine or Poland, January 1945.

Kavkaev
Ivanov F.


Artist: © O.M.Kartashov
Source: 'Aviation World Magazine' 1994, No.1

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Artist: © Aleksandr Pavlygin
Source: Authentic Decals
Source: Olimp Models Group

North American B-25 Mitchell | USSR/Russia | 229th GvBAP | B-25D-25 "Avenger" | 241 (42-87241)
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13th GvAP DD 'Roslavl'skiy'; the a/c of the F.Ivanov. Novodugino, Winter 1944. After 26.12.1944 the unit was renamed 229th GvBAP.

Artist: © Aleksandr Pavlygin
Source: Authentic Decals
Source: Olimp Models Group
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B-25D-30 "Roslavl'skiy"
Unit: 13th GvAP DD
Serial: 09 (42-87594)

The a/c of the Hero of the Soviet Union Capt.M.V.Zhuravkov. On 26.12.1944 the unit was renamed 229th GvBAP.

Zhuravkov Mikhail Vladimirovich


Artist: © Mikhail O.Dmitriev
Source: Sent by OWL

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Artist: © Aleksandr Pavlygin
Source: Authentic Decals
Source: Olimp Models Group
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B-25DP (B-25D-30)
Unit: 1st AE, 198th GvBAP (ex 25th GvAP DD), 14th GvBAD, 18th VA
Serial: 03 (43-3509)

This aircraft was flown by 1st squadron's (AE) leader A.Dudakov, navigator A.Popov. Poland, Mielec airfield, Spring 1945.

The aircraft of A.Dudakov end A.Popov. B-25D-30 was designated as B-25DP in the Soviet AF. Such plane with lacteal number 03 (serial 43-3509) was assigned to the 1st squadron leader Dudahov from May 1944 until the end of WWII. After the FLAK damage to port engine on April 11th, 1945, '03' didn't fly combat sorties. All upper surfaces and fuselage sides were Olive Drab, undersides were Neutral Grey. The inscription Sevastopolskiy (only port side of the nose) has the light blue wave as background. The letters' upper half is dark blue, lower - white. Unfortunately the exact colour of the first letter isn't known. The seagull is white. The Guard emblem is on both (most possible) skies of nose cockpit. '03' was in white, and on the nose only (port and starboard). Serial on fin end rudder (33509 in yellow) was partially obscured by the red star with red-white outline. Similar red stars were applied on the fuselage above USAAF cocardes (45'' diameter) and were placed 94'' aft of the wing trailing edge. We suppose that the red stars were both upper and under the wing {port and starboard) and that USAAF cocardes on the wing - upper port and under starboard) were retained and overpainted with the red stars. Star's position was 94'' from the wingtip and the diameter was 50'. Propellers' hubs and blades were black, whereas blade tips were yellow. The fixed forward firing MGs below the cockpit were dismounted. Undoubted Dudakov's crew flew many other (perhaps all) machines of the squadron, but most sorties were made on this '03'.

Artist: © Vasiliy Zolotov
Source: 'Aviation World Magazine' 1993, No.4

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Artist: © Sergey Ignat'ev
Source: AVIONS Magazine, No.130, January 2004, ISSN: 1234-8650

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Artist: © Aleksandr Pavlygin
Source: Authentic Decals
Source: Olimp Models Group
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B-25DP (B-25D-35) "For the blood of Vitebsk"
Unit: 251st GvBAP, 15th GvBAD, 18th VA
Serial: 85 (43-3729)

The aircraft of the Flight leader 1st.Lt.A.Mogilnitskiy. Hungary, Spring of 1945.

The B-25D-30 'Red 85' became his personal machine in 337th APDD (in December 1943 number was changed to 35th GvAPDD but during this month it was redesignated again as 251st GvBAP). This variant of Mitchell was designated in the USSR as B-25DP ('D-intermediate'). In fact in terms of armament such machines were the hybrid of D and J: the tail position appeared, but with only one gun; instead of belly turret the side blisters were installed; one gun was added in the extreme nose position. But the dorsal turret remained in the same position as on the С and D. The off-the-production-line standard armament included fixed guns on the sides of cockpit but these were deleted in the USSR even before deliver to combat units.
All upper and side surfaces were Olive Drab, undersides Neutral Grey. Nose-art was painted on pilot's request on the port side only. It consisted of a tiger's head with yellow (most probably) heart background. The inscriptions in red reads Za krov' Vityebska (For the blood of Vitebsk) - Vitebsk was Mogil'nitskiy's home town. The arrow was white. Tactical number 85 - red with white outline. Serials 33729 on the fins were overpainted. The red stars with red-white outline - on the wing (both port and starboard, upper (perhaps) and undersides) and fuselage sides. Nose wheel disk white with the red star with outline. This plane was flown by Mogil'nitskiy until the VE-day and later, when his regiment was stationed in Hungary.

Artist: © Vasiliy Zolotov
Source: 'Aviation World Magazine' 1993, No.4

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Artist: © Aleksandr Pavlygin
Source: Authentic Decals
Source: Olimp Models Group
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B-25J
Unit: 198th GvBAP
Serial: 01

After war end.

Artist: © Mikhail O.Dmitriev
Source: Sent by OWL

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Artist: © Sergey Ignat'ev
Source: AVIONS Magazine, No.130, January 2004, ISSN: 1234-8650
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B-25J
Unit: 251st GvBAP
Serial: 5

The aircraft of the Flight leader A.Mogilnitskiy. Chockotka, Summer 1946. Before being detached to Chukotka (from Hungary) for aerial photography, all 251 GvBAP planes were transferred to other regiments of 15th GvBAD. The new equipment - B-25J's were accepted in Krasnoyarsk. Mogil'nitskiy received 'J' with 'white 5' on the fins. Upper surfaces were three-tone Olive Drab/Field Drab/Slate Grey - according to Standard STA.471 for aircraft supplied to USSR. Undersurfaces black. Red stars with red-white outline - on the wing (both port and starboard, upper and undersides) and fuselage sides. In an attempt to lighten the machine, all armament except dorsal turret were deleted. After returning from this assignment all guns were reinstalled.

Mogil'nitskiy Arkadiy S.


Artist: © Vasiliy Zolotov
Source: 'Aviation World Magazine' 1993, No.4

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B-25J "Sevastopolsky"
Unit: 15th GvAP DD
Serial: 06

Pilot - V.A.Pirozhikhin.

Pirozhikhin V.A.


Artist: © Mikhail O.Dmitriev
Source: Sent by OWL

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