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Hurricane Mk.IIb
Unit: (prob.) 760th IAP, 14th Army Air Force
Serial: 42 (Z2585)

This a/c force landed at Tuoppajarvi in February 1942.

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

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | (prob.) 760th IAP, 14th Army Air Force | Hurricane Mk.IIb | 42 (Z2585)
05/08/2013

Hurricane Mk.IIb
Unit: unknown
Serial: 2899 (Z2899)

The aircraft from unknown Air Defence unit. Note: painting scheme is Black overall, RAF roundels overpainted by Green.

Artist: © Artur Juszczak
Source: "Hurricane in Foreign Service" by Miroslaw Wawrzynski. AJaKS - Ksiazki Militarne. (c) M.Wawrzynski. (c) AJaKS. ISBN 83-914521-0-7

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | Hurricane Mk.IIb | 2899 (Z2899)
05/08/2013

Hurricane Mk.IIb
Unit: 769th IAP, 122nd IAD PVO
Serial: Z3227

Aircraft appearance at Poduzhemye airfield during the 769th IAP training. On March 27th, 1942 it crashed during training flight and written off.

Artist: © Rusinov Aleksandr S.

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | 769th IAP, 122nd IAD PVO | Hurricane Mk.IIb | Z3227
05/08/2013



Artist: © Aleksandr Pavlygin
Source: Authentic Decals
Source: Olimp Models Group
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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | 769th IAP, 122nd IAD PVO | Hurricane Mk.IIb | Z3227
05/08/2013

Hurricane Mk.IIb
Unit: 769th IAP, 122nd IAD PVO
Serial: 60 (Z3312)

Note: place of the tailart overpainted fresh pain. After 769th IAP relocated from Kesten'gorskoe direction to Murmarnsk all 'arts' on the Hurricanes were overpainted.

Artist: © Rusinov Aleksandr S.

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | 769th IAP, 122nd IAD PVO | Hurricane Mk.IIb | 60 (Z3312)
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Hurricane Mk.IIb
Unit: 769th IAP, 122nd IAD PVO
Serial: Z3577

This aircraft was shot down on April 6th, 1942 in Tiiksjaarvi area by FAF fighters from 2./LLv 24. Later Finns evacuated this aircraft to Tampere together with two other Hurricane (BM959 and Z5049). The wings of Z3577 later were used on FAF Hurricane HC-465.

Artist: unknown

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | 769th IAP, 122nd IAD PVO | Hurricane Mk.IIb | Z3577
05/08/2013

Hurricane Mk.IIb
Unit: 157th IAP
Serial: 10 (Z3597)

Pilot - Capt.Ovcharpv. On 13th August 1942 he shot down German ace Oblt.Ernst Weismann (69 victories). German pilot killed. Note the aircraft equipped with Soviet armament.

Ovcharov


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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | 157th IAP | Hurricane Mk.IIb | 10 (Z3597)
05/08/2013



Artist: © Clave
Source: Clavework Graphics
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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | 157th IAP | Hurricane Mk.IIb | 10 (Z3597)
05/08/2013

Hurricane Mk.IIb "Za VKPb"
Unit: 3rd AE, 78th IAP, Northern Fleet Air Force
Serial: 49 (Z3768)

Pilot - Lt.Amosov. Soviet Arctic, winter 1941-1942. + appearance of the a/c before delivered to USSR. 'Za VKPb = For the all-union communist party of Bolsheviks'.

Amosov


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

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | 3rd AE, 78th IAP, Northern Fleet Air Force | Hurricane Mk.IIb "Za VKPb" | 49 (Z3768)
05/08/2013

Hurricane Mk.IIb (Trainer)
Unit: unknown
Serial: 5

The aircraft modified to two-seater trainer at the airfield.

Artist: unknown
Source: Omega Models

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | Hurricane Mk.IIb (Trainer) | 5
05/08/2013



Artist: © Petr Hromada
Source: Zlinek Magazine
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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | Hurricane Mk.IIb (Trainer) | 5
05/08/2013

Hurricane Mk.IIb/Trop
Unit: Northern Fleet Air Force
Serial: 01 (Z5252)

The rear profile for Soviet Hurricane Z5252 as it was on June 2, 1942, still wearing the personal '01' code of Major-General A.A.Kuznetsov, CO of Naval Air Forces, Soviet Northern Fleet. Armed with 82mm diameter RS-82 rocket, as fitted to many Soviet aircraft in the early war years. The Soviets were the first to develop air-launched rockets, and these were highly effective. The RS-82 fitted under the port wing. Initially two were carried under each wing, later increased to three.thee story of this fighter ia as follows:
1) Hawker Hurricane IIb Z5252 was discovered in 2001, when a research group of the Russian Federation of Aviarestoration [Aircraft Restoration Group] found a wartime report while going through the naval archives.
2) The report indicated that a Soviet pilot had made an emergency landing on a small frozen lake to the west of Murmansk.
3) The Hurricane went through the ice before they could retrieve it.
4) The fighter was declared uneconomical to salvage and struck off charge. On August 17, 2003, coincidentally Russian Air Force Day, the Hurricane was finally located.
5) It had taken two years to search several lakes before finding the right one.
6) The team returned in February 2004 with a side-scan sonar, and the images showed that the aircraft was there, complete and apparently in very good condition.
7) A team member dived through the ice and found the Hurricane at a depth of 60ft and at a nose-down angle of 60 Deg. The Hurricane was covered in silt and sat in a 5ft bed of arctic moss, a common aquatic plant found at the bottom of tundra lakes.
8) Video footage showed the rear fuselage and tail still covered in wood and fabric after 60 years! Later, when the video was analyzed, the serial could clearly be seen stenciled on the underside of the tail plane. On seeing this, a decision was made to raise the Hurricane.
9) In October 2004, with the onset of the next winter, the salvage operation was finally begun by an invited group of professional divers from the city of Voronezh. They drove three trucks 1,200 miles, bringing along their metal pontoons and diving gear.
10) On October 13, 2004, the recovery started in less-than- ideal conditions, with a temperature of only 3-4 C above freezing, driving wind, snow flumes and a choppy lake surface. At the bottom of the lake, in poor visibility, a lifting line was connected to the aircraft's centre section.
11) The initial lift fractured the fragile fuselage structure, and the tail, with all the timber structure and fabric, fell away. The recovery was not going as planned, and the conditions were not improving.
12) After the initial lift, the team decided to calm the spirit of the lake by making a sacrificial offering of a bottle of whisky! Less than 3hr later they were presented with perfect diving conditions with the clouds gone, the sun out and the wind dropped to zero.
13) The Hurricane was raised to the surface and pulled to the shoreline. Just as the fighter was about to leave the water, the recovery team discovered that it was still fully armed, with four RS-82 rockets attached to under wing rails.
14) The rails and rockets were quickly detached and left at the water's edge.

Kuznetsov Aleksandr Alekseevich


Artist: unknown
Source: Aeroplane Magazine
Source: Sent by Ezz Eldin

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | Northern Fleet Air Force | Hurricane Mk.IIb/Trop | 01 (Z5252)
05/08/2013



Artist: unknown
Source: Easy Model Kit

Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | Northern Fleet Air Force | Hurricane Mk.IIb/Trop | 01 (Z5252)
05/08/2013

Pilot - CO of Northern Fleet Air Force Gen-Maj A.A.Kuznetsov. Vaenga, September 1941.

Artist: © Aleksandr Pavlygin
Source: Authentic Decals
Source: Olimp Models Group
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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | Northern Fleet Air Force | Hurricane Mk.IIb/Trop | 01 (Z5252)
05/08/2013

Hurricane Mk.IIb
Unit: unknown
Serial: 46 (?6910)

East Karelia, 1942.

Artist: unknown
Source: Omega Models

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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | Hurricane Mk.IIb | 46 (?6910)
05/08/2013



Artist: unknown
Source: 'Red Stars in The Sky - Neuvostoliiton Ilmavoimat II Maailmansodassa/Soviet Air Force in World War Two', Vol.1/2/3 by Carl-Fredrik Geust, Kalevi Keskinen, Klaus Niska, Kari Stenman; Forsaan Kirjapaino Oy Forssa, Tietoteos, 1979
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Hawker Hurricane/Sea Hurricane | USSR/Russia | Hurricane Mk.IIb | 46 (?6910)
05/08/2013

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