Around 550 S-199s were built, including a number of conversion trainers designated CS-199 (armed) and C-210 (unarmed). The first flight took place in March 1947, and production ended in 1949. The last examples were withdrawn from Czechoslovak service (with their National Security Guard) in 1957.
Modellers love this aircraft for the sheer head-shaking irony of it's use by the fledgeling Israeli Air Force. Who'd have thunk it?
Soviet light bomber. produced in huge quantities and as at home as a General's personal transport as in an all-women bomber quadron.
Ah, a MiG with a urinary tract infection.
The Letov S.16 was a Czechoslovak single-engined, two-seat biplane bomber. It was designed by Alois Smolík at Letov Kbely. The S-.6 first flew in 1926 and is more or less contemporary with the Avia B.21 and thus will be Alzheim's light bomber.