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The USSR, after 1957. Very good collection condition, size 12*18 see the photo shows twice hero of the Soviet Union Vladimir Kokkinaki with a group of pupils. The reverse side of the net. Recommended!
History Kokkinaki Vladimir Konstantinovich - test pilot design Bureau SV Ilyushin.

Born 12 (25) June 1904 in the city of Novorossiysk, nowadays Krasnodar region. English (from Russified Greeks). The elder brother of the Hero of the Soviet Union Konstantin K. Kokkinaki. In 1921 he graduated from the 3rd grade of primary school. Worked as a collective farmer in vineyards, a sailor and a stevedore in the port.

In the army from December 1925. Until July 1927 he served in the infantry. In 1928 graduated from the Leningrad military-political school of the air force, in 1930 - Borisoglebsk military aviation school of pilots. He served in the air force combat units (the Moscow military district). In April-December 1931 - pilot-instructor of the Leningrad military-theoretical school of the air force.

1932-1935 - test pilot of Scientific test Institute of the air force, held a public trial of a number of fighter planes. In 1935-1964 he was a senior test-pilot of the OKB SV Ilyushin. Lifted into the sky and tested all aircraft design Bureau, produced in these years - Il-2 and Il-10; bomber DB-3, Il-4, Il-22, Il-28, Il-30, the Il-46, Il-54; passenger aircraft Il-12, Il-14, Il-18, Il-62 and their various modifications.

on November 21, 1935 on the aircraft I-15 reached the height 14.575 meters (unofficial world record), April 20, 1936, the first in the country has fulfilled loop the loop on the twin-engine plane (TSKB-26).

27-28 June 1938 by plane TSKB-30 "Moscow» (Navigator - Amerasinghe) made non-stop flight on the route Moscow - Far East (town of Spassk-Dalny, Primorsky region) in length 6.850 kilometers in a straight line.

For the implementation of this flight and courage and heroism of the pilot-the test pilot Kokkinaki Vladimir Konstantinovich July 17, 1938 awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union with the order of Lenin. 4 November 1939 he was awarded the medal "gold Star  №  77.

28-29 April 1939 by plane TSKB-30 "Moscow» (Navigator - Magarditsch) made non-stop flight non-stop flight on the route Moscow - Novgorod - Helsinki - Trondheim - the island of Iceland - Cape Farwell (southern tip of Greenland) - U.S. (the island of Misko) length 6.516 kilometers in a straight line. Since 1959 the route used for the regular non-stop flights from Moscow to new York and back. In 1965 by the decision of the International air Transport Association IADC) Vukkink awarded a diamond necklace "Chain pioneer of the wind rose» as a pioneer of the shortest aviation routes between Europe and America.

In the years of the great Patriotic war he combined his work as a test pilot, chief of the Main inspection of the people's Commissariat of the aviation industry (1943-1947) and the head of the flight test, the aviation industry.

Set 20 world records in aviation: in 1936-1937 - 7 records of speed and carrying capacity on the TSKB-26 aircraft; in 1958-1960 - 13 records of speed and carrying capacity on the Il-18.

For courage and heroism shown during the testing of new aircraft, major General aviation Kokkinaki Vladimir Konstantinovich by the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of 17 September 1957 was awarded the second medal "gold Star  (№  179).

Since January 1966 major General aviation VK Kokkinaki - in reserve. After retiring from the flight work continued to work in the Bureau of S.V. Ilyushin engineer Methodist, since 1968 is a responsible representative of the General designer in flight-flight complex.

Since 1961 - the Vice-President, in 1967-1968 he was the President, from December 1968 - the honorary President of the International aeronautical Federation (FAI).

I Lived in the city-hero Moscow. Died January 7, 1985. He was buried at the Novodevichy cemetery in Moscow (section 7).

major-General of aviation (1943). The honored test pilot of the USSR, (1959), honored master of sports of the USSR (1959), laureate of Lenin prize (1960). Awarded 6 orders of Lenin (1936, 1938, 1939, 1945, 1951, 1984), the order of the October Revolution (1974), 3 orders of the red banner (1944, 1945, 1957), 2 orders of the Patriotic war of 1-St degree (1944, 1947), 4 orders of the red Star (1939, 1941, 1944, 1969), medals (including the medal "For courage» (1939)), and foreign awards. Awarded a Gold aviation medal of the FAI (1965).

It is named after the street in Moscow, in Novorossiisk, in the street of Soviets, a bronze bust.

History

Kokkinaki Vladimir Konstantinovich – test pilot OKB S. V. Ilyushin.
He was born on 12 (25) June 1904 in the city of Novorossiysk of Krasnodar Krai. Russian (Russified from the Greeks). The elder brother of the Hero of Soviet Union Konstantin Konstantinovich Kokkinaki. In 1921 he graduated from the 3rd class of primary school. He worked as a farmer in vineyards, a sailor and a longshoreman in the port.
Joined the army in December 1925. Up to July 1927 he served in the infantry. In 1928 he graduated from the Leningrad military-theoretical school air force in 1930 – Borisoglebsk military aviation school pilots. He served in line units the air force (Moscow military district). In April-December, 1931 – pilot-the instructor of the Leningrad military-theoretical school air force.
In 1932-1935 he was the test pilot of Scientific testing Institute of the air force, held the state tests of a number of fighter planes. In the years 1935-1964 – senior test pilot of OKB S. V. Ilyushin. Lifted into the sky and tested all aircraft of the OKB, released in these years – Il-2 and Il-10; bombers DB-3, Il-4, Il-22, Il-28, Il-30, Il-46 and Il-54; passenger aircraft Il-12, Il-14, Il-18, Il-62 and their various modifications.
On November 21, 1935 on the I-15 reached an altitude of meters 14.575 (unofficial world record), on 20 April 1936 for the first time in the country performed the loop on the twin-engine aircraft(TSKB-26).
On 27-28 June 1938, on the TSKB-30 "Moskva" (Navigator – A. M. Brahinsky) made non-stop flights on the route Moscow – far East (the city of Spassk-Dalny, Primorsky Krai) length-6.850 miles.
For the implementation of this flight and for their courage and heroism, pilot-test pilot Kokkinaki Vladimir Konstantinovich 17 July 1938 awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union, the order of Lenin. November 4, 1939 he was awarded the medal "gold Star" № 77.
On April 28-29, 1939 at the TSKB-30 "Moskva" (Navigator Gordienko M. H.) made non-stop flights non-stop flights on the route Moscow – Novgorod – Helsinki – Trondheim – Iceland island – Cape Farvel (southern tip of Greenland) – USA (island of Miscou) with a length of 6.516 miles. Since 1959, the route used for regular non-stop flights from Moscow to new York and back. In 1965 the International air Transport Association (ICSA) V. K. Kokkinaki was presented with a diamond necklace "Chain pioneer of wind rose" as a pioneer aviation the shortest route between Europe and America.
During the great Patriotic war has served as the test pilot, head of the Main Inspectorate of the people's Commissariat of aviation industry (1943-1947) and head of flight test service the aviation industry.
20 set world aviation records: in 1936-1937 – 7 records the speed and load on the TSKB-26; in 1958-1960 – 13 speed records and capacity for Il-18.
For courage and heroism displayed during the testing of the new aircraft, major General aviation Kokkinaki Vladimir Konstantinovich by the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of 17 September 1957 was awarded the second medal "gold Star" (№ 179).
With the January 1966 major General of aviation, V. K. Kokkinaki – in reserve. After retiring from flight operations continued to work in OKB S. V. Ilyushin as an engineer-methodologist, since 1968 – the responsible representative of the General designer, flight-lapping complex.
1961 – Vice-President, 1967-1968 President, since December 1968 – honorary President of the International aeronautical Federation (FAI).
He lived in the city-hero of Moscow. Died January 7, 1985. He was buried at Novodevichy cemetery in Moscow (plot 7).
Major General of aviation (1943). Honored test pilot of the USSR (1959), honored master of sports of the USSR (1959), Lenin prize (1960). Awarded 6 orders of Lenin (1936, 1938, 1939, 1945, 1951, 1984), order of the October Revolution (1974), 3 orders of the red banner (1944, 1945, 1957), 2 orders of the Patriotic war 1-St degree (1944, 1947), 4 orders of the red Star (1939, 1941, 1944, 1969), medals (including the medal "For courage" (1939)), and foreign awards. Aviation was awarded a Gold medal of the FAI (1965).
It is named after a street in Moscow, Novorossiysk, on the street of the Tips of the bronze bust.

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