PZL.37A bis bomber at rest, date unknown

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Added Date 30 Jun 2007



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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
9 Jan 2010 04:35:40 PM

Panstwowe Zaklady Lotnicze - PZL National Aviation Establishment the PLZ.37 Los was considered to be at that time, one of the best medium bombers, due to its speed performance and bombload. Deliveries were slow due to delays of radio equipment, guns ,bomb racks and propellers. In August the Polish Air Force had about 86 aircraft on strength. During the German invasion of Sept. 1939 the PLZ.37 suffered heavy losses. With the fall of Poland, many crews flew their aircraft to Romania, among them were PZL.37's. About 24 PZL.37's were impressed into the Romanian Air Force. The Germans captured two and sent them to Rechin Test Center for evaluation. Russians The Russians also captured some aircraft, and tested them. No PZL.37 bombers survive today.

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