Captured Russian-built Chinese Air Force I-16 fighter on display at the stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan, late 1930sChinese Air Force ace Wei Dinglie posing in front of his I-16 fighter, circa 1937 to early 1938Liu Zhesheng with an I-16 fighter, China, date unknownSoviet officers in front of a Russian Polikarpov I-16 fighter, 1930s-1940s.
Captured Russian-built Chinese Air Force I-16 fighter on display at the stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan, late 1930sChinese Air Force ace Wei Dinglie posing in front of his I-16 fighter, circa 1937 to early 1938Liu Zhesheng with an I-16 fighter, China, date unknownSoviet officers in front of a Russian Polikarpov I-16 fighter, 1930s-1940s.
Chinese Air Force I-16 aircraft, date unknownSoviet pilots with an I-16 fighter, Mongolia Area, China, Aug 1939Chinese Air Force I-16 fighter, date unknownGermans inspecting captured UT-1 aircraft (foreground) and wrecked I-16 aircraft (background), 1941
Chinese Air Force I-16 aircraft, date unknownSoviet pilots with an I-16 fighter, Mongolia Area, China, Aug 1939Chinese Air Force I-16 fighter, date unknownGermans inspecting captured UT-1 aircraft (foreground) and wrecked I-16 aircraft (background), 1941
Wrecked I-16 (UTI-4 variant; foreground) and Hs 126 (background) aircraft, 1941
Wrecked I-16 (UTI-4 variant; foreground) and Hs 126 (background) aircraft, 1941
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