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I-15 in flight, circa 1930s

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1. Alan says:
17 Dec 2011 12:58:19 AM

The raised upper wing of the aircraft in this picture indicates that it is a Polikarpov I-152 (also known as the I-15bis).
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
25 Mar 2013 05:58:36 PM

Early production I-152 flying over Mother Russia this I-153 has had its main wheel pants removed. Camouflage was olive green w/light blue, the Red star usually had a black circle within the star and a thin black outline.

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