Seriously! The Kalinin K-7 bomber actually took to the air!!!! - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/military-vehicle-news/seriously-the-kalinin-k-7-bomber-actually-took-to-the-air.html

Seriously! The Kalinin K-7 bomber actually took to the air!!!! - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/military-vehicle-news/seriously-the-kalinin-k-7-bomber-actually-took-to-the-air.html

An Artists depiction of the Kalinin K-7 drawn with HEAVY artistic license. The real K-7 was a heavy experimental aircraft designed and tested in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s. It was of unusual configuration with twin booms and large underwing pods housing fixed landing gear and machine gun turrets.

An Artists depiction of the Kalinin K-7 drawn with HEAVY artistic license. The real K-7 was a heavy experimental aircraft designed and tested in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s. It was of unusual configuration with twin booms and large underwing pods housing fixed landing gear and machine gun turrets.

Kalinin K-7 Giant Transport/Bomber (USRR 1933)  Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/aircraft/Kalinin-K7.html

Kalinin K-7 Giant Transport/Bomber (USRR 1933) Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/aircraft/Kalinin-K7.html

Russian Flying Fortress The experimental bomber Kalinin K-7 was designed and tested by the USSR in the 1930's. It completed seven test flights before a crash in 1933.

Russian Flying Fortress The experimental bomber Kalinin K-7 was designed and tested by the USSR in the 1930's. It completed seven test flights before a crash in 1933.

Kalinin K-7 Russian Giant Transport/Bomber  Front View

Kalinin K-7 Russian Giant Transport/Bomber Front View

Kalinin K-7 Giant Transport/Bomber (USRR 1933) Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/aircraft/Kalinin-K7.html

Kalinin K-7 Giant Transport/Bomber (USRR 1933) Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/aircraft/Kalinin-K7.html

Kalinin K-7 Giant Transport/Bomber (USRR 1933) Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/aircraft/Kalinin-K7.html

Kalinin K-7 Giant Transport/Bomber (USRR 1933) Designed by World War I aviator Konstantin Kalinin with a wingspan greater than the B-52 and a much greater wing area, the K-7 was one of the biggest aircraft built before the jet age. It was only one engine short of the B-52 as well, having the curious arrangement of six pulling on the wing leading edge and one pushing at the rear. http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/aircraft/Kalinin-K7.html

The Kalinin K-7 was a heavy experimental aircraft designed and tested in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s. It was of unusual configuration with twin booms and large underwing pods housing fixed landing gear and machine gun turrets.

The Kalinin K-7 was a heavy experimental aircraft designed and tested in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s. It was of unusual configuration with twin booms and large underwing pods housing fixed landing gear and machine gun turrets.

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