Category:Tupolev I-4

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Tupolev I-7 (ANT-5) seen in Wings of Russia.

The Tupolev I-4 made its first flight as prototype ANT-5 in 1927. This first Soviet all-metal fighter was quickly pressed into service and soldiered on until 1933. This sesquiplane (a biplane where one wing has not more than half the surface area of the other) knew three variants the last one losing its low wing (and so being just from the parasol formula).

This page lists all films that feature one of the 369 Tupolev I-4 (ANT-5).

See also

Pages in category "Tupolev I-4"

The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.