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Aviation company and V division in the XII army. Xnumx

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01. Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich (far left) and his accompanying officer in the car during his arrival at the airfield



02. A group of military men at the meteorological station building at the company’s airfield, on the right - the sentry



03. View hangars at the temporary airfield of the company



04. Aircraft Nyupor, designed for 15-th squadron, at the airfield of the company



05. A group of military at the aircraft at the temporary airfield of the company



06.Baron Buksgevden and his accompanying officer (in the car) during the arrival in the squadron



07. A group of pilots at the Voisin-type airplane at the company’s aerodrome during the reception of new aircraft to re-equip the 10 squadron



08. A group of pilots at the company’s aerodrome during the reception of new Voisen-type aircraft to re-equip the 10 squadron



09.A group of pilots at the company’s airfield during the reception of new Voisen-type aircraft to re-equip the 10 squadron



10. View of the central part of the city and the Olginsky bridge over the r. Great, taken by a student - a photographer of lower rank during the flight. Pskov



11. View of the central part of the city, taken by a student - a photographer of the lower rank during the flight. Pskov



12. A group of company pilots at the plane that was broken during the training flight. Pskov



13. View airplane crashed. Pskov



14. A group of cadets in the ranks at the airfield in front of the hangar with aircraft during a visit to the squadron. Pskov



15. Company pilots of aircraft before departure. Pskov



16. A group of cadets after inspection of a mechanical workshop aviation companies. Pskov



17.Home commander of the armies of the Northern Front, General N.V. Ruzsky (center, foreground) and his entourage during a visit to an aviation company



18. Frustrated after a failed landing, the biplane of the lieutenant Grinev company



19.A group of mechanics in cars before sending the broken aircraft of lieutenant Grinev to company workshops



20. A group of military men at the crash after the unsuccessful landing of the biplane lieutenant Grinev



21. A doctor and a group of pilots of an aviation company place lieutenant Grinev, who suffered an accident on his biplane, on a stretcher to transfer to an ambulance after first aid at the aerodrome.



22. A view of a portion of the dining room of a company meeting with tables served for breakfast. 26 November 1915



23. Company officers during breakfast in the meeting. 26 November 1915



24. Company officers at breakfast in the meeting. 26 November 1915



25. Group of company officers in the meeting room after breakfast. 26 November 1915



26.The officers of the company at Moran, who was burned during the test by the second lieutenant Lerche of the motor from the reverse flash



27. The officers of the company at Moran, who was burned during the test by the second lieutenant Lerche of the motor from the reverse flash



28. The officers of the company at Moran, who was burned during the test by the second lieutenant Lerche of the motor from the reverse flash



29. View of the company’s airfield in winter (view from airplane)



30. Type of aircraft Deperdyusen at the time of a bad landing



31. Type of aircraft Farman-22 at the time of the unsuccessful landing



32. Group of company officers, airfield teams and student pilots before the departure of the aerodrome manager



33. Group of company officers, airfield teams and student pilots before the departure of the aerodrome manager



34. Group of company officers, airfield teams and student pilots before the departure of the aerodrome manager



35. The ensigns of the company Pozdnov and Nakonechny before departure at the Newport plane



36. The ensign of the company before departure from the plane Newpore



37. Group of aviation officers, farm manager, captain Karachaev, treasurer Alabovsky (left), clerks Belousov (3 on the left) and Zemlyankin - in the company’s office



38. Aviators officers in the office: (in the center) - farm manager Captain P. P. Bogdashevsky, on the left - Treasurer Alabovsky, on the right - clerk Belousov



39. Traveling power plant installed on the vehicle and intended for the air base



40. Traveling power plant installed on the vehicle and intended for the air base



41. General Vogel (center) and officers accompanying him to inspect the aircraft at the aerodrome while inspecting the 5 Army during the formation of the Vth Aviation Division



42. General Vogel (center) and officers accompanying him to inspect the aircraft at the aerodrome while inspecting the 5 Army during the formation of the Vth Aviation Division



43. General Vogel (center) and officers accompanying him to inspect the aircraft at the aerodrome while inspecting the 5 Army during the formation of the Vth Aviation Division



44. General Vogel (center) and officers accompanying him to inspect the aircraft at the aerodrome while inspecting the 5 Army during the formation of the Vth Aviation Division



45. General A.N. Kuropatkin and his accompanying officers bypass the lower ranks of the 7 th aviation fleet during the inspection of the army during the formation of the XII aviation division.



46. General A.N. Kuropatkin and his accompanying officers bypass the lower ranks of the 7 aircraft fleet during the inspection of the army during the formation of the XII aviation division



47.General A.N. Kuropatkin (in the center) in the group of officers of the 7-th aviation fleet during the inspection of the army during the formation of the XII aviation division.



48. The lower ranks of the XII Aviation Division for loading the vehicle onto the train platform



49. Officers and soldiers of the XII Aviation Division during the farewell party prayer "The End of the Aviarot and the Beginning of the Aviation Division"

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  1. Moore
    Moore 6 October 2014 10: 42
    +8
    Thank! Incredibly interesting.
    Photo 1. Commander drove, it turns out, were greyhounds initially - as soon as the cars appeared. The representative of this glorious cohort in the photo demonstrates to his descendants his unwillingness to jump out of the car and open the door to his boss)).
    Photo 15. Judging by it, the pilots did not yet have such a bad omen as taking pictures before departure.
    Looks like the flyers had their own photo chronicle.
  2. Sergey-8848
    Sergey-8848 6 October 2014 14: 36
    +3
    To the author - please continue publishing incredibly interesting historical photo documents. This is - seriously, - very informative!
    And if not very seriously, then why was the method of photography invented so late (on the scale of a common history). After all, if he had appeared earlier, many secrets would not have been. And as for the show off of the most-most ancient ones taken separately, there would have been irrefutable evidence that they didn’t come from lickers at all, and that they live hand in hand at this time.
  3. jjj
    jjj 6 October 2014 22: 44
    +4
    You look at the faces in these old pictures and involuntarily catch yourself on the fact that you remember the lines of Konstantin Simonov. Fate has already divided them into living and dead, red and white. But they don’t know this yet.
    Have you noticed that there is not a single horse in the picture. A mobile power station in the back of a car. The uniform fits well on all. We were very amazed by skis on airplanes. Thin, flimsy. It is not surprising to get into accidents while landing. And I also asked myself: how did they get the planes off the parking lot in the morning in the morning? Licks freeze overnight. We used to be on the An-2 even on Polish skis with their especially sliding surface with mallets we could beat as much as we could while the pilots were on full throttle. However, this operation often did not help domestic skis. Then the snow was “sawed off” with a cable under the skis to loosen the hitch. And here such skiers are flimsy.
    In general, a great publication. thank
  4. RoTTor
    RoTTor 7 October 2014 13: 22
    +2
    However, the accident rate in the process of combat training is high. But then without parachutes then flew. I would like to know more about this company / division and its personnel.
  5. Prager
    Prager 3 November 2014 13: 12
    0
    Thanks for the interesting photo selection. happy to have tested.
  6. 54052
    54052 1 December 2014 23: 48
    0
    Great photos and article.