Povest o nastoyashchem cheloveke

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Movie (1948)
Russian title : Повесть о настоящем человеке
French title : Histoire d'un homme véritable
English title : Tale of a True Man

Pavel Kadochnikov (Alexey Maresyev)
Nikolay Okhlopkov (commissar Vorobiev)
Aleksei Dikiy (Vasily Vasilyevich)
Vasili Merkuryev (Stepan Ivanovich the foreman)

War diary of the fighter pilot Alexey Maresyev since his lost battle that left him wounded far behind enemy lines.

Unidentified Aircraft

Yakovlev ? Maresyev was shot down at the controls of such an aircraft ...

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Polikarpov U-2

The first one seen with ski and a closed cabin.

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Later some more classic ones used for school and training duties.

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German Fighter

Acting as Jabos (Jagbomber, german word for fighter bomber), maybe the same Lavochkin seen later here acting as German Focke-Wulfe Fw 190 F ?

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Model of a Focke-Wulfe Fw 190 A but with exhaust pipes like those on the Bf 109 !

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Lavochkin La-9

Acting as Lavochkin La-5 which were the workhorse of the 63rd Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment in which Maresyev took up the fight.
Several code seen (32, 20, 73 and 41 manned by Maresyev who is jumping down from the ... 13 !)
Later during the scramble, six La-9s are seen on the screen (with a new code : 34) and once in flight we can see fifteen of them.

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