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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Eastern Europe, ISBN/Box 9788086808994, Publisher/Brand SK publications, Author Jaroslav Spacek, Format a5, No. Pages 274, Version hb, Language Czech
History of the 51st Helicopter Regiment cheerfully and seriously.
The book "Fifty-one" describes a very readable piece of history through our helicopter. The author, known aviation journalist and pilot, Jaroslav Spacek, brings us twenty years of the 51st Prostejov Helicopter Regiment from its inception until 1994, when helicopters were moved to a nearby base Bochor the Company.
With a large dose of humorous exaggeration in the book are depicted events from the years (not) long past when even the Iron Curtain prevented helicopters and our army was on guard of socialism and world peace. There are also previously classified UFO sighting over Vranov dam, whose crew was the helicopter Mi-24 direct participant or an incredible stroke of Slovak shooting range, where the helicopter Mi-17 flight lost sliding door to the cockpit.
The book is intended not only to all lovers of our Air Force and history but also to all readers who enjoy engaging storytelling of "funny stories from filming." It also includes a number of unique photographs from private archives and not just the flight. Right at the beginning of the book interested Prostejov specials such as landing of helicopter Mi-24D, at the end of the book again a few non-traditional letovek with helicopters formerly hostile "Western" bloc.
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