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Yakovlev Yak-11 "Moose"

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Based loosely on the Yak-3, the Yak-11 was the Warsaw Pact's main trainer directly after World War II.  First flown on 10 November 1945, almost 4,500 were produced by 1956 including license built LET C-11s in Czechoslovakia.

A tricycle landing-gear Yak-11U was also produced.  This aircraft remained in service with Soviet Air Force until 1962.

The NATO code name for the Yak-11 was "Moose"

Type: Trainer
Engine: one 570 hp (425 kW) Shvetsov ASh-21 radial piston engine.
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