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Movie (1973)

Martin Ruzek (General Dvorák)
Jirí Bednár (Capt. Jelínek)

(Synopsis needed)

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21U

Tactical code 1048 and 0241 of the Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force).

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Aero L-29 Delfin

3302 of the Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force).

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Later acting as USAF jets.

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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21FR (or Aero S.106)

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F-13 of the Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force) built in USSR (or under license).
Tactical code 1012 and 0414.

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Avia C.2B

Czechoslovak post war copy of the Arado Ar 96.

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Avia B-135

Seen several times in the background of the general's desk. Best view at 0h50.

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LET C-11 & Avia C.2B

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LET C-11

Acting as Avia S-199 ? (fighter on strengh until 1951).

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DB-14 and DB-15 in action.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Pre war Czechoslovak biplanes (Aero Vodochody and / or Avia and / or Letov).

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Desk model or toy ?

Toy (bottom left).

Aero C-3

Czechoslovak post war copy of the Siebel Si 204.

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Ilyushin Il-14

Code D-05 ; 1107 under the rudder's roundel.

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Douglas C-47 Skytrain

Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force) used a handfull of this second hand cargoes just after the World War 2.

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Zlin Z-226 T/MS

Reg. OK-MGU c/n 193 built in 1958. Accident in April 2005.

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Aero K-75

Aero Ae-45 in Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force) service.

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Aero L-60 Brigadýr

Right in the row.

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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15bis

Or Aero S-103 (Czechoslovak licensed production) acting the first jet delivered to the Československé letectvo at the end of 1951.

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Later wearing tactical code DB-17 and DB-18 and DB-20 and the Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force) roundel.

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