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Peabody Engineering and Supply
13435 Estelle St
Corona,
CA 92879-1877

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business listing rating Yes, over 700 DC-3s were sold to Russia under the Lend-lease plan. Before that however the Soviet geoernmvnt signed a contract with Douglas Aircraft to build the DC-3 in Russia in the late 1930s. Pavel Lisunov was the engineer in charge of setting up production and he worked at Douglas for several years to become familiar with the aircraft. It was intended to put the aircraft in service with Aeroflot but most were used as military transports during the war. Some models had a defensive armament. The aircraft were officially designated Li-2 after Lisunov but they were usually referred to as a Douglas . After the war they served in Aeroflot and several eastern European airlines. Some were still in service in 1970. posted on Sunday, August 26, 2012


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