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просят о помощи

СообщениеДобавлено: Ср ноя 10, 2010 5:07 pm
Patrick Roegies пишет
Dear Sir,
Last september I have had a visit to Ukraine visiting Borispol and Vasilkov Air Force bases. Perhaps you are interested in the pictures and want to post them on your site.
Please can you explain a little concerning Vasilkov air force base history
kind regards,

Patrick Roegies
Crusader Aviation Photography

Уважаемые господа,

В сентябре прошлого года я имел визит в Украину посещения Борисполь и Васильков ВВС баз. Может быть, вы заинтересованы в фотографии и хотите разместить их на вашем сайте.

Пожалуйста, можете ли вы объяснить немного о Васильков Air Force Base истории?

С уважением,

Патрик Roegies
Crusader авиационной фотографии
www.crusader-авиации photography.com

кто может помочь маякните дам его контакт

Re: просят о помощи

СообщениеДобавлено: Ср ноя 10, 2010 11:07 pm
Andriy Pilschykov
Главный васильковский споттер Юра просил передать:

WWII period

Vasyl'kiv airfield was built before the WWII. It was a home for 43rd and 2nd Fighter Regiments (36 AD Division).
43rd Regiment had 54 I-16 and I-153 (2 grounded) fighters by June 22, 1941 while 2nd Regiment had 57 I-16 and I-153 (11 grounded).

Both regiments started training flights on LaGG-3 in early 1941. The airfield served as a training center for pilots of other units.
Training was not complete till the beginning of the war so that I-16 and I-153 stayed airfield's only fighter types till the end of 1941.

Fighters of 36 AD Division shot down 82 German aircraft by August 20, 1941.

Regiments of 36 AD Division left Vasyl'kiv in September 1941.

Re: просят о помощи

СообщениеДобавлено: Чт ноя 11, 2010 6:32 pm
Maksym Dragunov
Теоретически можно пробить через МО. Им-то до задницы наше хобби, но иногда прокатывает. Завтра попробую запрос отправить.

Re: просят о помощи

СообщениеДобавлено: Чт ноя 11, 2010 10:25 pm
Tried to open a new topic on your site, but I didn't figure out what the fields meant. I am sorry but in the Netherlands they teach us how to speak: English, French, Spanish, German and Dutch ofcourse, but we are not taught how to speak or write in cyrilic.

I was trying to ask if someone knew the post war history of Vasilkov Air Base. I was wondering what typs of jet's/recon or bombers were actually at Vasilkov. Also curious to find out a little more about the Ukrainian Air Force history since they inherited a lot of aircraft from the Soviets during their independance.

In return I am able to provude pictures both hard copies or digital images of about any type of aircraft you want. I can help with topics on NATO or US air forces both pre and post cold war.

I attached two pictures which again might be usefull for your site. Please you determine if the quality is sufficient for appearance.

Thank you so much for your assistance so far. If i can help you in any way pleae let me know.

Kind regards,


Re: просят о помощи

СообщениеДобавлено: Пт ноя 12, 2010 12:47 am
Andriy Pilschykov

Cold War period

146th AD Regiment
MiG-17PF since195..;
Yak-25 since 1956-1957 (1st and 2nd Sq. flying Yaks and 3rd still on MiG-17PF);
MiG-19P since 1967;
MiG-25(P,PD)PDS since 1974.


40th Tactical aviation brigade
MiG-29 since 1993. About 12 L-39s added a bit later.

Re: просят о помощи

СообщениеДобавлено: Сб ноя 13, 2010 12:40 am
Andriy Pilschykov
October-November 1943 - Luftwaffe StG77 Ju 87D-3, Ju 87D-5.

Re: просят о помощи

СообщениеДобавлено: Вс ноя 14, 2010 8:36 pm
Maksym Dragunov
The main problem of the search is that there was also Wasilkow (the same spelling in German as in Russian/Ukraininan) airfield in Poland during the WWII...