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Russian Air Force Never Forgot About Airships
13.07.2007 12:07
Russian Air Force Never Forgot About Airships

Courses for airship pilots are open to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Aeronautical testing centre, press-service of Russian Ministry of Defence reports.
      The Aeronautical testing centre reopened in 2000 and now hosts tests and attempted operation of airships Aerostatika-01 and Aerostatika-02. The courses have already trained 10 pilots, three of qihich are now instructing amateurs.
      The Centre has also contributed to research-and-development stages of Progress project by developing advanced system of air-borne mission control equipment of automatic aerostat and Shpritz-S project by designing aerostat surveillance equipment.


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