6 Fighter-Bomber Air Regiment, Přerov Air Base, Czechoslovakia, summer 1974
The unit emblem on the nose hints the aircraft
belonged to 6. sbolp (6 Fighter-Bomber Air
Regiment), but it is unclear which squadron flew
it. It might be the Squadron 2, and thus the top
of the fin and the dot in the unit crest were blue.
Aircraft flown by the Squadron 1 had these parts
painted in red while the Squadron 3 yellow.
Indonesian Air Force, Jakarta-Kemajoran Air Base, Indonesia, 1960s
A total of fifteen Czechoslovak-built UTI MiG-15s
was delivered to Indonesia during the late fifties.
All were taken out of inventory in 1973 when the
T-33A Shooting Stars replaced them. The colorful
tail appeared on Indonesian MiG-17s and MiG-21s
Soviet Union, 1960s through the 1970s
Many Soviet two-seater UTI MiG-15s wore the
underlined letter “U” in Cyrillic along with the
fuselage number. It was the abbreviation of
the term “uchobnyi”, meaning “training”. Black
walkways are not visible in the photo of this