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> PZL P.37 Los in Romanian AF - info needed
Wawrzyniec
Posted: September 27, 2003 08:50 pm
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Dear Friends,
I am looking for all information about service of P.37 in Romanian AF.
Units, loses, pictures etc...
Thanks in advance.
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Victor
Posted: September 29, 2003 06:03 am
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Wawrzyniec
Posted: September 29, 2003 05:22 pm
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Hello Victor,
Thank you very much. I did, but I am looking for more detailed information. If you could help... :)
Thanks in advance.
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Posted: October 04, 2003 09:32 pm
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The PZL's got in the ARR cod 201-222.
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Posted: October 05, 2003 03:20 am
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Why didn't IAR attempt to produce a similar plane or copy it? Did they not have the capabilites?
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Posted: October 05, 2003 10:19 am
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At that time IAR factories produced under licence the bomber Savoia Marchetti JRS 79.

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Posted: October 05, 2003 05:45 pm
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[quote]At that time IAR factories produced under licence the bomber Savoia Marchetti JRS 79.

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Oh yeah! Thanks
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Posted: December 15, 2004 10:50 am
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Imagine a IAR 80 with LOS wings! :D

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Posted: December 15, 2004 03:43 pm
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QUOTE (Iamandi @ Dec 15 2004, 04:50 PM)
Imagine a IAR 80 with LOS wings! :D

The I.A.R. 80 appears to have the 1/2 scale wings of the Savoia S.79B bomber.

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Posted: December 16, 2004 06:39 am
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Reduced at optimum scale. Its enyone good enough at drawings, to try an 80 with LOS wings?
I know, PZL was not produced in Romania, etc...

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Dénes
Posted: February 27, 2006 07:50 pm
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The first installment of my three-part series of articles on the PZL P.37 'Los' in Rumanian service has been published in the current issue of Skrzydlata Polska (Poland), under the title, 'The Unloved Elk' (or similar):
http://www.altair.com.pl/sp_arch/sp_index.htm

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P.S. The Imageshack 'Upload' button has disappeared, so momentarily I cannot upload the scan of the article's first page...

P.P.S. A found a way around this problem, by going directly to the main page.
So here it is:

(IMG:http://img516.imageshack.us/img516/1676/sparticlelos1small8ae.jpg)

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Posted: February 27, 2006 08:17 pm
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The first installment of my three-part series of articles on the PZL P.37 'Los' in Rumanian service has been published in the current issue of Skrzydlata Polska (Poland), under the title, 'The Unloved Elk' (or similar):
http://www.altair.com.pl/sp_arch/sp_index.htm

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Congrat, Denes.

I read the first page and only one mistake found (ARR instead AR) :D
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Posted: February 27, 2006 08:31 pm
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QUOTE (Cantacuzino @ Feb 28 2006, 02:17 AM)
Congrat, Denes.

I read the first page and only one mistake found (ARR instead AR) :D

Thanks, C-no.

I hope you indeed meant the ARR/AR issue as a joke...

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Bill
Posted: August 23, 2007 09:35 am
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Hello guys,
I need pictures of the A variant of Los the singletail.
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Dénes
Posted: August 23, 2007 12:37 pm
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There are only two such photos known. One is basically a shadow, as the 'los A' was photographed in wintertime. However, the other one is a fairly good - albeit distant - shot. It was published in the monstre monography on this bomber type I co-authored, issued by AJ-Press in December last year.

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