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Be-12
Unit: unknown
Serial: 12

The first experimental aircraft. First flew on 18th October 1960. During the tests on 24th November 1961 this aircraft was crashed in Sea of Azov and sank.

Artist: © V.V.Miljaschenko
Source: 'Amphibian Be-12', Moscow, Publishing center 'Exprint', 2001. A.Zabolotsky, A.Salnikov.

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | Be-12 | 12
05/08/2013

Be-12
Unit: unknown
Serial: 14

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: RVHP Model Kit

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | Be-12 | 14
05/08/2013

Be-12
Unit: unknown
Serial: 42

No additional information

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | Be-12 | 42
05/08/2013

Be-12
Unit: unknown
Serial: 54

At the Northern Fleet were used Be-12s in Dark Green/Blue painting with yellow serials. At the Black Sea Fleet were used Be-12s Grey overall with Red serials (No.54 not existed).

Artist: unknown
Source: Aviatsia ot A do Z

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | Be-12 | 54
05/08/2013

Be-12
Unit: VVS of Pacific Ocean Fleet
Serial: 56

This aircraft was exhibited in this colour scheme at the Domodedovo air display in 1967.

Artist: © Pete West
Source: Air International Magazine, February 1995 (Vol.49, No.2)

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | VVS of Pacific Ocean Fleet | Be-12 | 56
05/08/2013

Be-12 product E
Unit: Russian Naval Aviation
Serial: 31 (s/n.2602503)

Baku, Azerbaijan, February 1992. Production of Be-12s took place between December 1963 and June 1973. Total 143 examples built.

Artist: © Zaur Eylanbekov
Source: Foxbat Files

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | Russian Naval Aviation | Be-12 product E | 31 (s/n.2602503)
05/08/2013

Be-12 product N
Unit: 917th Independent Composite Air Regiment, VVS and PVO of the Black Sea Fleet, Russian Naval Aviation
Serial: 28 (s/n.3602802)

Kacha, Crimea, August 2007.

Artist: © Zaur Eylanbekov
Source: Foxbat Files

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | 917th Independent Composite Air Regiment, VVS and PVO of the Black Sea Fleet, Russian Naval Aviation | Be-12 product N | 28 (s/n.3602802)
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Be-14 (Be-12PS)
Unit: unknown
Serial: 14

The prototype of save and rescue modification of Be-12. First flew in 1965. It was very successful aircraft but it was't produced due to lack of funds.

Artist: © V.V.Miljaschenko
Source: RVHP Model Kit

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | Be-14 (Be-12PS) | 14
05/08/2013

Be-14 (Be-12PS)
Unit: VVS of Black Sea Fleet
Serial: 30

With the reduced need for Be-12s to operate in the ASW role, a number of aircraft were converted for highspeed SAR duties. Designated Ве-12PS, these lack the main weapons bay and MAD sensor. Red 30 is on the strength of the Black Sea Fleet, a number of whose aircraft have been repainted in a much darker blue-grey scheme.

Artist: © Pete West
Source: Air International Magazine, February 1995 (Vol.49, No.2)

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Beriev Be-12/Be-14 Mail | USSR/Russia | VVS of Black Sea Fleet | Be-14 (Be-12PS) | 30
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