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Martin Ruzek (General Dvorák)
Jirí Bednár (Capt. Jelínek)
- 1 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21U
- 2 Aero L-29 Delfin
- 3 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21FR (or Aero S.106)
- 4 Avia C.2B
- 5 Avia B-135
- 6 LET C-11 & Avia C.2B
- 7 LET C-11
- 8 Unidentified Aircraft
- 9 Aero C-3
- 10 Ilyushin Il-14
- 11 Douglas C-47 Skytrain
- 12 Zlin Z-226 T/MS
- 13 Aero K-75
- 14 Aero L-60 Brigadýr
- 15 Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15bis
- 16 See also
Tactical code 1048 and 0241 of the Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force).
3302 of the Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force).
Later acting as USAF jets.
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F-13 of the Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force) built in USSR (or under license).
Tactical code 1012 and 0414.
Czechoslovak post war copy of the Arado Ar 96.
Seen several times in the background of the general's desk. Best view at 0h50.
Acting as Avia S-199 ? (fighter on strengh until 1951).
DB-14 and DB-15 in action.
Pre war Czechoslovak biplanes (Aero Vodochody and / or Avia and / or Letov).
Desk model or toy ?
Czechoslovak post war copy of the Siebel Si 204.
Code D-05 ; 1107 under the rudder's roundel.
Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force) used a handfull of this second hand cargoes just after the World War 2.
Reg. OK-MGU c/n 193 built in 1958. Accident in April 2005.
Aero Ae-45 in Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force) service.
Right in the row.
Or Aero S-103 (Czechoslovak licensed production) acting the first jet delivered to the Československé letectvo at the end of 1951.
Later wearing tactical code DB-17 and DB-18 and DB-20 and the Československé letectvo (Czechoslovak Air Force) roundel.