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Lavochkin/Gorbunov/Gudkov LaGG-3 Lavochkin/Gorbunov/Gudkov LaGG-3

1940

The LaGG-3 was essentially the series production version of the LaGG-1 with a revised outer wing incorporating fuel tanks, and an armament ...

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Semyon A Lavochkin, together with V P Gorbunov and M I Gudkov, established a new design bureau in September 1938, and began ...

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Lavochkin/Gorbunov/Gudkov LaGG-1

1940

Lavochkin/Gorbunov/Gudkov LaGG-1

Lavochkin La-5 Lavochkin La-5

1942

Adaptation of the basic LaGG-3 airframe for a 14- cylinder two-row radial Shvetsov M-82 engine without major redesign of fundamental components resulted ...

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The ultimate refinement of the basic La-5 rather than a new design, the La-7 was developed from the autumn of 1943 under ...

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Lavochkin La-7

1944

Lavochkin La-7

Lavochkin La-126 Lavochkin La-126

1945

By the end of 1944, the Lavochkin bureau had abandoned further development of the mixed-construction La-7 in favour of an entirely new ...

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Closely related to the La-126, the La-130 - first flown on 16 June 1946 - embodied a number of refinements, both aerodynamic ...

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Lavochkin La-9

1946

Lavochkin La-9

Lavochkin La-150 Lavochkin La-150

1946

The Lavochkin bureau's response to Yosif Stalin's order of February 1945 to design and build a single-seat jet fighter around a Junkers ...

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Despite its designation, the La-152 bore little more relation to the La-150 than its common design bureau origin. The wing, although similar ...

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Lavochkin La-152

1946

Lavochkin La-152

Lavochkin La-11 Lavochkin La-11

1947

Evolved from the La-9 to meet a requirement for a fighter with sufficient range to fulfil the escort role, the La-11 was ...

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The first Soviet fighter to utilise wing sweepback, and consequently known unofficially as the Strelka (Dart), the La-160 featured 35 of leading-edge ...

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Lavochkin La-160

1947

Lavochkin La-160

Lavochkin La-15 Lavochkin La-15

1948

A replacement prototype for the La-172 was designated La-174D (the suffix signifying dubler, literally "replacement"), and entered flight test in August 1948. ...

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In March 1946, Yosif Stalin assigned the task of developing advanced single-seat fighters around the newly-acquired Rolls-Royce Nene turbojet to the design bureaux ...

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Lavochkin La-168

1948

Lavochkin La-168

Lavochkin La-172 Lavochkin La-172

1948

In parallel with the specification to which the La-168 was to be developed, a requirement was formulated for a lighter "frontal fighter" ...

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Whereas sweptback surfaces had been adopted for both the La-168 and La-172, the La-174TK, designed to meet the demands of the same ...

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Lavochkin La-174TK

1948

Lavochkin La-174TK

Lavochkin La-176 Lavochkin La-176

1948

Combining a fuselage essentially similar to that of the Lavochkin La-168 with wings sweptback 45 at quarter-chord, the La-176 was flown in ...

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Designed to meet a requirement formulated in 1948 for a two-seat twin-engined all-weather interceptor, the La-200 was flown for the first time ...

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Lavochkin La-200

1949

Lavochkin La-200

Lavochkin La-190 Lavochkin La-190

1951

Owing little or nothing to earlier fighters from the Lavochkin design bureau, the La-190 was conceived to meet the demand of Yosif ...

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The issue in November 1951 of a specification for an all-weather fighter capable of mounting standing patrols led the Lavochkin bureau to ...

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Lavochkin La-200B

1952

Lavochkin La-200B

Lavochkin La-250 Lavochkin La-250

1956

Destined to be the last aircraft produced by the Lavochkin design bureau, the La-250, known unofficially as the Anaconda, was designed to ...

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