Yakovlev Yak-52

in Lithuanian National Guard service

History

About 20 (Aerostar built) Yak-52 obtained from ex-DOSAAF stocks and operated from 1991. Survivors transferred to the Air Force in 2009. Several aircraft have been recoded.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
17 889015     noted 1998
61 ?     noted 2000
01 (black) 844011     last noted June 1998, to LY-BRZ
02 (black) ?     noted 1998
52 (black) ?     noted 1998
02 (blue) ?     noted 1998
11 (blue) 790408     c/n 866503? preserved Kyviskes 2006
20 (blue) ?     noted 1998
32 (blue) ?     noted 2006
34 (blue) 866504     noted 2006
35 (blue) 877305     noted 2006
37 (blue) 889015     noted 2006
51 (blue) 866503     to LY-AST 2006
52 (blue) 877508     noted 2006
62 (blue) 855607     noted 2000
64 (red) 801004     noted 1998
77 (red) 844502     noted 1998
131 (red) ?     noted 1998
151 (red) 845001     noted 2000
167 (red) 845103     noted 2000
168 (red) 845102     noted 2000
02 (yel) 877305     noted ?, to ’35’ (blue)
39 (gold) 888512     noted stored Kyviskes 2006
40 (gold) 888513     noted stored Kyviskes 2006
40 (yel) 866504     noted ?, to ’34 (blue)
84 (yel) 888812     noted 2000
156 (yel) 867215     noted 1998


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None available at present.

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References

  • European Air Forces Directory 2007/2008 (Ian Carroll)

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To be added.

Yakovlev Yak-55

in Lithuanian National Guard service

History

One Yak-55 aerobatic trainer obtained from ex-DOSAAF stocks and operated from 1991. Withdrawn in 2008 and sold to a civilian owner.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
26 (blue) 870406   1991 wfu 2008


Pictures

None available at present.

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References

  • European Air Forces Directory 2007/2008 (Ian Carroll)

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To be added

Yakovlev Yak-50

in Lithuanian National Guard service

History

One Yak-50 obtained from ex-DOSAAF stocks and operated from 1991. Withdrawn in 1998.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
03 (red) ?     noted 1998


Pictures

None available at present.

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References

  • European Air Forces Directory 2007/2008 (Ian Carroll)

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To be added

Yakovlev Yak-18T Max

in Lithuanian National Guard service

History

Two Yak-18T obtained from ex-DOSAAF stocks and operated from 1991. Survivors transferred to the Air Force in 2009.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
16 (blue) 870303   1991 wfu ??
33 (blue) 5201907   1991 to Air Force 2009


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None available at present.

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References

  • European Air Forces Directory 2007/2008 (Ian Carroll)

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To be added

National Markings
Lithuanian National Guard (Post-WW2)

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Lithuanian National Guard since its formation:



    
Main MarkingFin Flash

1993-present
The main marking is displayed in the standard four positions, (above and below each wing), and on the fin or rudder. The KASPAR service marking is carried on the fuselage side. Aircraft don’t carry service titles.

Aircraft Not Used (Post-WW2)

by the Lithuanian National Guard

This page gives details of some of the aircraft types that were offered or promised to the Lithuanian National Guard but not delivered, cancelled official orders, and types have been falsely reported as being in service.

Yakovlev Yak-12 Creek
2 Yak-12 reportedly entered service in 1991, but none have been identified.

Yakovlev Yak-16M Cork
2 Yak-16 reportedly entered service in 1991, but none have been identified.

PZL SZD-41 Jantar Standard

in Lithuanian National Guard service

History

Two SZD-41 Jantar Standard gliders obtained from DOSAAF stocks in 1992. Sold to civilian owners in 1998.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
?     1992  
?     1992  


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  • To be added

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PZL SZD-48-3 Jantar Standard 3

in Lithuanian National Guard service

History

One SZD-48-3 Jantar Standard 3 glider obtained from DOSAAF stocks in 1992. Sold to a civilian owner in 1998.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
? &nsbp;   19922  


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  • To be added

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Sportina Aviacija LAK-12

in Lithuanian National Guard service

History

One LAK-12 glider obtained from DOSAAF stocks in 1992. Sold to a civilian owner in 1998.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
?     19922  


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None available at present.

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  • To be added

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To be added.

PZL PZL-104 Wilga

in Lithuanian National Guard service

History

At least six PZL-104 obtained from the ex-DOSAAf stocks and the local civilian market and delivered from 1992. Used for glider towing. Survivors transferred to the Air Force in 2009.


Individual Details

Serial c/no. Prev. Identity Delivered Fate/Notes
26 (black) 96305 LY-AHK 1998 to LY-BHK by 2006
53 (black) 85242   1992 to LY-APQ by Sept 2005
87 (black) ?   1992 noted Aug 1998
38 (blue) ?   1992 noted at Kyviskes Sept 2005
50 (blue) ?   1992 noted at Silute Aug 2006
55 (blue) ?   1992 noted at Silute Sept 2005


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None available at present.

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References

  • European Air Forces Directory 2007/2008 (Ian Carroll)

Other Sources

wikipedia