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Identification of Soviet-Russian Aircraft FM 30-34

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Identification of Soviet-Russian Aircraft

Basic Field Manual FM 30-34

Originally published on 18 July 1941 by the War Department, Washington, D.C., as a soft cover booklet.
First (?) U.S. manual intended to aid officers and men of the U.S. Army in identifying Russian/Soviet aircraft known or believed to be in use at the time of publication. Interesting in what it doesn't show more than for what it does, as so little was known about Soviet/Russian aircraft at the time.


  • Military Aircraft

  • Naval Aircraft

  • Each two-page spread contains what information was known at the time on a particular aircraft believed to be in service with the Soviet forces. Not all have illustrations, and most have only a few bits of data on the aircraft.

  • 112 pages

  • 36 photos

  • 36 drawings

  • 20 three-view silhouette drawings

  • 4 two-view silhouette drawings

  • 2 four-view silhouette drawings


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