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Antonov An-12 (UR-CAK)


ukraine air alliance an-12bp ur-cak arriving in shannon from toronto 27/4/19.


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Jim Smith
Interesting idea those Soviets had. Put a glass nose on a cargo plane, install a bombsight and Presto you have a long range bomber. Don't know if they ever actually did that.
Ailin Barron
Actually almost all, if not all Russian built transports have a glass nose. Or at least the ability to put one in. It’s for a nose gunner. They also have the ability for a tail gunner. Most of our supplies where flown into Afghanistan on these or IL76s.
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