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> Rewards for air-to-air victorys
Iamandi
Posted: January 09, 2005 04:20 pm
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I read at aviation.ru about some prizez. German pilots have rewards for downing enemy aircraft? For landing with suplementary fuel tanks, back at base?
If yes, someone can give details about that?

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Florin
Posted: January 16, 2005 12:18 am
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OK... So this topic has the title "Rewards for air-to-air victories".

Joseph Stalin himself put a price of 100.000 rubles for the head of Hans Rudel, this German pilot who was like a legend.
To give you an idea about the value of the amount, a NKVD general, working for a Soviet Minister, had a monthly income of 4000...5000 rubles. A Soviet citizen at the bottom of the social ladder (a free one, not one under arrest) could earn as low as 200 rubles per month, or even lower.

It was quite a big reward! :lol:

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Iamandi
Posted: January 16, 2005 12:09 pm
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I read in "Povestea unui om adevarat" something about vodka. I dont remember well how much, and for what results...

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