B-17 Yak-1B Fagot 1:72
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The Yakovlev Yak-1 (Russian: Яковлев Як-1) was a Soviet fighter aircraft of World War II. The Yak-1 was a single-seat monoplane with a composite structure and wooden wings; production began in early 1940.
The Yak-1 was a manoeuvrable, fast and competitive fighter aircraft. The composite-wooden structure made it easy to maintain and the engine proved to be reliable. It formed the basis for subsequent developments from the Yakovlev bureau. It was the founder of a family of aircraft, with some 43,000 being built. As a reward, designer Alexander Yakovlev was awarded the Order of Lenin (Russian Орден Ленина, Orden Lenina) (the highest decoration bestowed by the Soviet Union), a 100,000 ruble prize, and a ZIS motor car.
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- Decal - Aviation Russia Capitan .S.D.Lugansky 37 kills +7 group kills Marchio & Pittura 270 IAP Europe [270 Fighter Wing] Ukraine, 1943
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- Polish Aviation - 1 Putk Lotnictwa Mysliwskiego '' WARSZAWA Poland, 1944 pilot J. Czownicki
- Russian Aviation - PW1 Lt.Colonel I.N.Kutikhin 12 kills + 2 group kills LsJ 156IAP Saratov, USSR, 1943 A / c S / n 08146
- Russian Aviation - Capitan .P.M.Thuviljevf 427I.A.P. 1 A.E (Squadron] A.B.Sokolniki, August 1943
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