hesham said:the aviator and designer Victor Osipovich Pissarenko,created a single-seat low-wing cantilever
monoplane,VOP-1 was sporting and club aircraft,flown in 1912,powered by one 35 hp Anzani
There is no such info in Russian text. Probably some misinterpretation by Google translator?hesham said:The strange thing they studied a version of it as a fighter-bomber project,does anyone
hear about this before ?.
Mr. V.P. Nyevdachin was a glider pioneer,built from P.1 to P.5 in early 1920s,he switched to
a ultra-light aircraft and called his product Buryevestnik (Stormy Petrel),started with S-2,and
throw a series,S-3,S-4 and finally with S-5,which powered by 32 hp Bristol Cherub flat-twin
engine in 1929.
Same thing. Buryevestnik is the real pronunciation, but most of the time Western transcriptions stubbornly omit the "y" (for instance, Tupolev instead of Tupolyev).hesham said:I searched for Buryevestnik and didn't find anything,clearly it was Burevestnik.
virtually nothing new ((Maveric said:Hi borovik,
do you have pictures from P.1 to P.5 and S.2/S.3?
borovik said:virtually nothing new ((
In addition, fragments of working drawings for glider P-6 , but I do not even know it was built and remained only on paper ...