100 years of the Russian Air Force part of 1 - Walkways and aerobatic teams

Finally, I begin the report with an aviation festival dedicated to the 100 anniversary of the Russian Air Force and held from August 10 to 12 in Zhukovsky. In the first part there will be a photo of the majority of group and single passes over the strip, as well as a photo of speeches of numerous aerobatic teams.

Now a little about the airshow. Although the organization was, to put it mildly, very strange, especially with tickets to foreigners, the show itself, the flight program, statics and performances smoothed out possible unpleasant impressions. Recently, apart from some special press tours, it was, perhaps, one of the most interesting events.

Group pass Su-34, Su-27СМ3, Su-27СМ and MiG-29 from Lipetsk aviation center

Su-34 (Sukhoi Su-34)

Tu-22M3 (Tupolev Tu-22M3)

Tu-95MS (Tupolev Tu-95MS)

Tu-160 (Tupolev Tu-160)

An-12 (Antonov An-12)

An-22 (Antonov An-22 Antei)

An-124-100 (Antonov An-124-100 Ruslan)

Tu-XNUMHUBK (Tupolev Tu-134UBK)

IL-76MD (Ilyushin-IL-76MD)

Air command post IL-86ВКП (Airborne command and control aircraft IL-86VKP)

Airborne radar detection and control A-50U (Airborne warning and control system Beriev A-50U)

Mi-26 and Mi-8 pass (Mi-26 and Mi-8 flypass)

Aerobatic team of the Royal British Air Force Red Arrows on the aircraft Hawk T1 (Royal Air Force Red Arrows aerobatics team)

Aerial flight team of the Polish Air Force Bialo-Czerwone Iskry on PZL TS-11 Iskra aircraft (Polish Air Forces Bialo-Czerwone Iskry aerobatics team)

Aviation aerobatics group Russia on aircraft L-39 (Rus' aerobatics team)

Frecce Tricolori Italian Air Force aerobatic team on Aermacchi MB-339 airplanes (Italian Air Force aerobatics team Frecce Tricolori)

Aerobatic team of Russian Air Force Golden Eagles on Mi-28H helicopters (Russian Air Force aerobatics team Berkuti with Mi-28N helicopters)

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  1. 0
    29 September 2012 09: 27
    Thanks for the photos. And what kind of modification is the An-22 with two keels and air intakes at the bottom of the hull (additional equipment?)?
    1. FID
      29 September 2012 12: 46
      An-22 was produced with two keels. Thus, the problem of the strength of the tail boom was solved. The problem arose due to the large hatch in the rear of the car. When using a single-beam beam, destruction of the aircraft could occur due to large torques. In the tides of the hull (landing gear landing place), traditionally for Antonov, there is an APU (auxiliary power unit) necessary to provide the aircraft with electric power and hydraulics for starting the main engines at unequipped airfields. Something like this.
      1. +4
        30 September 2012 08: 41
        Thank you for the nice detailed answer. good
        1. FID
          30 September 2012 15: 13
          I am always glad if I help to learn something new in a subject close to me!
  2. Brother Sarych
    29 September 2012 15: 59
    People have grown up who have not even seen Anthea in the air - and the sight is impressive! I even specifically returned to see the photo - suddenly I didn’t notice something strange right away ...
    1. FID
      29 September 2012 16: 20
      Rumor has it that due to the lack of transport aircraft, they want to resume Anteev flights. It will be .... how many cries of moral aging will be ..
      1. +1
        29 September 2012 16: 24
        And how many are 22 left?
        1. FID
          29 September 2012 16: 59
          Those that can still rise into the air = 5 pieces!
          1. +1
            29 September 2012 17: 12
            I remember at 92 I went to Gastomel to change the drive of the vehicle, to Antei, there were two cars there, one flew, the other is unlikely, but the beautiful car was all around, the beauty I can say then fell in love with Antei
            1. FID
              29 September 2012 17: 25
              I agree with you! Antonov has very good trucks! Yes, in general, passenger is also nothing!
              1. +1
                29 September 2012 17: 32
                I have nothing to compare with (the truck) was on 22 examined Mriya there, and Ruslan
                1. FID
                  29 September 2012 17: 39
                  Our IL-76, and the imported ones - well, S-130, S-5, V-747 Freiter, Beluga - this is an A-300 option, there are Embraer options ....
                  1. +1
                    29 September 2012 17: 43
                    Geographer looked at Beluga about the National Geographic Institute, did they use light multi-layer skin on it?
                    1. FID
                      29 September 2012 17: 48
                      Yes, the French like to use synthetics, but for civilian aircraft - this is dangerous. A series of rivets stops crack growth. How composites behave is a question. In any case, there were already disasters in the states (one for sure) related to the composite keel on Airbuses.
    2. +4
      29 September 2012 18: 26
      Quote: Brother Sarich

      People grew up who did not see Anthea in the air
      -and this is true, the main thing is that by 2020, those who saw our planes only among Indians and Chinese would not grow up.
      1. FID
        29 September 2012 18: 54
        A very true remark, I'm afraid we are rushing to this in twenty-seven leaps!
  3. +2
    29 September 2012 17: 57
    Sergey can remember there was a report and pictures about TU 204, a funny situation happened to me. I work with a former engineer technologist at the Kuybyshevsky aviation editor. In short, he participated in the development of this machine, namely a wooden glider, in the late 80s, and began to tell, and I told him these photos, he would have seen his shock and could not utter a word
    1. FID
      29 September 2012 18: 03
      Yeah! I commented on these photos on the site. And then, a lot of people talk about the revival of Russian aviation. Object them, mind ...
      Much more water will drain before rebirth, oh much!
      1. +1
        29 September 2012 18: 07
        As long as there is no real political will about any objection from aviation, no one knows on what terms Russia entered the WTO, there it is prescribed from and to, who should buy from whom and what to release,
  4. +1
    29 September 2012 18: 23
    And why did our Air Force come to such a strange gray color?
    I understand of course that what kind of life is such and color, but seriously?
    1. FID
      29 September 2012 18: 35
      Yes, hell knows! Previously, they were silver, from below imperceptible. Yak-130 green is Gorky, gray is Irkutsk. Maybe the paint (varnish) is over?
    2. +1
      29 September 2012 19: 03
      lelikas, it’s they who mow the type of Europeans !!!!
  5. +2
    29 September 2012 21: 56
    Class! ! ! Aviation is my weakness both in service and in life! soldier
  6. +2
    29 September 2012 22: 52
    smile Great report !!! Yes Super! good Author - Respect !!! hi We look forward to continuing !!! drinks

    ... and a little cue. Old An-12. As they did not try to remove the stars, but their trace remained ...
  7. mind1954
    30 September 2012 03: 32
    Thank you very much Vitalik for great photos !!!
    The eye pleased, but at the same time, and a little comforted the soul.
  8. +1
    2 October 2012 16: 25
    Cool photos

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