The Yakovlev Yak-1 was an early 1940s Russian fighter. This version features a white camoflage for winter operations.
The Yakovlev Yak-18 was a late 1940s Russian trainer. This version features ski landing gear for winter operations.
The Polikarpov I-185 was a WWII Russian fighter developed from the earlier Polikarpov I-16.
The Lavochkin La-9 was a post-war Russian fighter featuring all metal construction and four 23mm cannons. Both Russian and North Korean versions are shown here.
The Lavochkin La-11 was a post-war Russian fighter developed from the La-9 featuring all metal construction and three 23mm cannons. Both Chinese and Indonesian versions are shown here.
The Hydroplane SPL was a tiny little aircraft carried in a Russian submarine.
The Fokker D.VII was the outstanding German fighter from WWI. After the war ended, these aircraft continued to serve in numerous air forces around the world. This particular aircraft is an early Soviet Air Force machine with an interesting "Chili Pepper" marking on the rudder.
Polikarpov I-16 in 1/72 scale. Russian Air Force 1941.
The Polikarpov I-17 Fighter made its maiden flight in 1935. It had high performance for its time as it could reach a maximum speed of 500 KMH. The I-17 was the planned replacement for the similar radial engined I-16, however, due technical problems its serial production was cancelled.
(above) Lavochkin La 7.