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= Wreck Recognition =
 
Unident wreck with soldier standing on the wing is il-db3.
 
Unident wreck with soldier standing on the wing is il-db3.
Great documentary btw. Cheers Reno
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Great documentary btw. Cheers [[User:Reno|Reno]] 23:38, 6 March 2015 (MST)
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: Many thanks Reno ! Some search on the web about DB-3 wrecks confirm your lines. I'm sorry for having missed so long. [[User:LVCDC|LVCDC]] 05:26, 23 July 2016 (MDT)

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A Rich Documentary

This 64 minutes long documentary presents (in english of course) a wide area of aircrafts and it's impossible due to IMPDB rules to expose all of them. Finnish Air Force flew a great number of types most with tactical code well defined. If the narrator tells the general situation at a time, I tried to identify precisely the numerous aircraft seen all along the program. The dynamic edition leds to an impressive list of airframes, some identified just by their shape but a wide part reveals their code. You just have here an overview; a full list would be too time consuming for me (but feel free to try this). Despite that, over the sea missions and some liaison/reconnaissance flights are omitted so for example, it lacks the Westland Lysander. But our friends of IMCDB could find some gems like these ones :

What's that ?

AWOF V00025.jpg

And here is the Soviet SMK tank of which just one was built.

AWoF SMK-Tank.jpg

LVCDC 13:46, 11 January 2015 (MST)

Wreck Recognition

Unident wreck with soldier standing on the wing is il-db3. Great documentary btw. Cheers Reno 23:38, 6 March 2015 (MST)

Many thanks Reno ! Some search on the web about DB-3 wrecks confirm your lines. I'm sorry for having missed so long. LVCDC 05:26, 23 July 2016 (MDT)