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N112VW

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SkyFair 7.21.18: #N112VW - Ilyushin IL-2M3 Shturmovik (Ser #305401) making a pass over Rwy 34L.

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Greg Byington
Cool!
gwapo santa
nice
John mcGeoghan
Original? Where is it based? Impressed.
Paul Wisgerhof
Over 30,000 were built by Russia during and after WWII. This one belongs to a company in Seattle, WA.
Tim Segulin
Great shot of a real classic. I didn't realize there was a flying Il-2 left.
WhiteKnight77
I knew exactly what this was when I saw the thumbnail. It is awesome to see the flying tank still flying. Thanks for posting this.
John Turanin
This is what warbird restoration is all about. Congratulations to the restoration team.
LELAND SCHMIDTPhoto Uploader
This aircraft is owned by Paul Allen's Flying Heritage Collection and is on display at their hanger at KPAE.
patrick baker
the a-10 of its day- most impressive is a wave of these swooping at 100 feet or so, over the advancing tanks and infantry, and doing great damage to the enemy, the nazi troops.
ian mcdonell
Perfect - thanks
Diana Rose
How many got their tails shot off?
JsckT85224
Great
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