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LaGG

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LaGG 3 Series

LaGG 4 Series

The development of the nose LaGG

Fighter LaGG, 35th production series, # 31213445 with the M-105PF and screw VISH-105SV, armed with NS-37 cannon and machine gun BS. The picture was taken during testing in August 1942.

NS-37 cannon and a machine gun under the hood BS LaGG-3.

Aircraft LaGG # 3121715, 7th series production plant number 21 during control testing at the Air Force Institute in August 1941. Instrument panel pilot.

LaGG # 3121715. Port side cockpit.

LaGG # 3121715. The right side of the cockpit.

1. Aircraft LaGG # 3121422, release plant number 21 suspended under the wings 8 Guide for unguided rockets RS-82, August-September 1941.
    2. LaGG # 213191 Release plant number 31, September 1941. Fighter aircraft to be modified long-range naval aviation, bomb racks under the wings on the outboard tanks PSB-100 for up to 100 liters of fuel.

Fighter 105-2 with the M-105PF-2 and screw VISH-105SV during testing in 1944.

LaGG fighter with jet boosters CSD-1, August 1942.

Aircraft LaGG # 3121422, release plant number 21 suspended under the wing of eight guides for unguided RS-82, August-September 1941.

LaGG # 213191 Release plant number 31, September 1941. Fighter aircraft to be modified long-range naval aviation, bomb racks under the wings on the suspended dropped a 100-liter tanks of PSB-100.

The LaGG-3 No. 3121715, produced at Plant No. 21, undergoing tests at NII VVS during August-September 1941. Note the mass balance on the top of the rudder.

Late production Tbilisi LaGG-3 carrying napalm - like dispensers.

Experienced fighter LaGG with M-82 after remodeling.

LaGG 11th production series with a ski rack, 609 IAP, Spring 1942.


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