Category:Lavochkin La-15

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Lavochkin La-15 seen during credits of Invasion U.S.A. (1952).

The Lavochkin La-15 was a soviet fighter which had a barrel-like fuselage, shoulder-mounted swept wings with stabilizers mounted high on the fin, almost like a T-tail. It failed to be selected from its counterpart, the Mig 15, because it was a complex design that required complicated and expensive production tooling. The short serie served with the VVS until 1953.

235 Lavochkin La-15 were built from 1947.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Lavochkin La-15.

See also

Pages in category "Lavochkin La-15"

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