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Article about: A few images taken recently at the Air Museum, Prague. The museum is quite large, anybody planning to visit should allow at least 2 hours - aircraft enthusiasts should probably arrange a hot

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    A few images taken recently at the Air Museum, Prague.

    The museum is quite large, anybody planning to visit should allow at least 2 hours - aircraft enthusiasts should probably arrange a hotel nearby

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    1-4. Exhibition of head wear, clothing and Luftwaffe car pennant.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture PRAG.AIR.jpg   PRAG.AIR (2).jpg  

    PRAG.AIR (7).jpg   PRAG.AIR (4).jpg  

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    Cheers Carl, if ever i'm in that neck of the woods!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    5-6. Continuation of the interior exhibition - tail fin of a downed German plane and MG.

    7-9. Another room, displaying scenes from the manufacturing industry in the Protektorat Bhmen und Mhren (Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia).
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    10-12. Post war variants of the Me-Bf109
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    Quote by CARL88 View Post
    10-12. Post war variants of the Me-Bf109
    Jumo engine in the 109?....
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    Yes, the Avia S.199
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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    Yes, the Avia S.199
    Thanks Ade

    Here is the information board from the museum:
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    I remember reading somewhere that the Czech pilots nicknamed these aircraft "Mule" due to the bad torque reaction of the Jumo motor!..
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    14-16. Images of the Me-262A (Avia S-92/V-34).

    The Czechoslovak air force had ten of these aircraft - seven one-seat S-92 variants and three CS-92 two-seaters. In the fifties, with the arrival of the Soviet jets, these planes were dispersed throughout the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and used as training aids.
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    17-18. Exterior display, including the Soviet Mil-Mi-24 "Hind" helicopter. The "Hind" first flew in 1969 and is still in active service today.
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