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Old 4th September 2019, 08:40
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Re: Soviet Fighter Pilot training

This is fascinating. Ws there a two-seat version of the Yak?

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Old 4th September 2019, 09:09
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Re: Soviet Fighter Pilot training

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This is fascinating. Ws there a two-seat version of the Yak?

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It's Yak-7UTI (186 a/c) and Yak-7V (597 a/c)
Also two prototype - UTI-26/1 and UTI-26/2
And for 1945-1947 - Yak-9V (793 a/c)
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Old 4th September 2019, 15:43
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Re: Soviet Fighter Pilot training

17 VA also has written off at least 2 trainer-version Yaks in March, 1945:

UYak-7 (Yak-7V), S/N: 2615323 in 17 VA, 18 OUTAP - written off by March 18, 1945 - crashlanding damage
UYak-7 (Yak-7V), S/N: 3115336 in 17 VA, 136 IAD - written off by March 29, 1945 - WW, as being too old

As you see, both from Novosibirsk, Factory No.153. (Zavod 153)

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Old 8th September 2019, 11:04
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Re: Soviet Fighter Pilot training

The 2nd Ukrainian Front, 5 VA, 511 ORAP also had 2 trainer-version Pe-2 (UPe-2) recce. bombers in late 1944-1945:

10/230 (installed engines on May 1, 1945: 41-4095, 41-4757)
20/456 (installed engines on May 1, 1945: 51-10063, 51-10046)

10/230 was listed eg. in the October 1, 1944, the January 1, 1945, the April 1, 1945 and the May 1, 1945 reports. 20/456 was a newer plane (УПе-2), it was listed in the May 1, 1945 report.

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