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BHH, 09.10.2021 05:12

The Russians had a very hard time letting go of that B-29 center nose glass section! Like the Stratocruiser, this thing also hangs on to the B-29 tail.


João Custodio Santos, e-mail, 06.08.2012 22:39

Esse Tupolev TU-70,parece assemelhar-se, a um Douglas DC-7,americano,afigurando-se um belo avião. Pena que pouco se sabe sobre esta aeronave, como de resto,é quase uma icognita,a hidtoria da maioria dos aviões da extinta União Sovietica, ainda que comentem,serem elesmuito pesados e poucos eguros.


Phil, e-mail, 03.08.2011 05:29

What ever what happened to this aircraft? I was at
Monino and didn't see it there.




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