MiG – 15 UTI training fighter. Designed in 1949. A two-seater middle-wing plane of the all metal construction with a hermetic cockpit and two catapulting seats. Crew – 2, armament – 23 mm NR-23 gun; 12.7 UKB-E machine gun, speed – 1010 km/h, ceiling – 14150 m, flight range – 950 km. A Soviet first …More
French trucks from WW2. Laffly S20 TL VDP (Voiture de Dragons Portes). Six cylinders, 3.0 L, 68 HP, 50 km/h
Su-25 (Grach) ground attack aircraft. Developed in 1975. Crew – 1, armament – 30 mm Gsh 30-2 gun, ammunition – 250 30 mm shots; NAR UB-20/32 outboard blocks, speed – 950 km/h, ceiling – 7000 m, flight range – 1250 kmMore
An Italian artillery tractor FIAT SPA TL.37 from 1937. Four cylinders, 4.05 L, 52 HP, 38.2 km/hMore
US army trucks. GMC CCKW-353 from WW2. 90 HP, 6 cylinders, 4.4 L, 72 km/hMore
The Aérospatiale Alouette II (company designations SA 313 and SA 318) is a French light helicopter originally manufactured by Sud Aviation and later Aérospatiale. It was the first production helicopter powered by a gas turbine engine instead of the heavier conventional piston powerplant.
On 12 March 1955, the prototype SE 3130 performed its maiden flight.
A German light howitzer gun leFH 18M from WW2. Fire range – 10675 m, projectile weight – 14.8 kg, projectile speed – 470 m/s, crew – 5More
The Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw (company model number S-55) was a multi-purpose helicopter used by the United States Army and United States Air Force. It was also license-built by Westland Aircraft as the Westland Whirlwind in the United Kingdom. United States Navy and United States Coast Guard models were designated HO4S, while those of the U.S. …More
English WW1 fighters: Sopwith triplane from 1918 (Clerget engine with 130 h.p). Flight range – 450 km, max. speed – 185 km/h, ceiling – 6000 m. Armament – Vickers machine gunMore
A Soviet light armored vehicle BA-64B (БА-64Б) from WW2. Four cylinders, 3.28 L, 54 HP, 81 km/hMore