|History of Soviet Gliding.
Unused Illustrated Envelop
|Envelop Description||Ts-25 – Soviet airborne glider designed by P.V. Tsybin, designed to carry 25 paratroopers. Produced at the Orenburg plant number 47 since 1947, a total of 251 copies were built.
In 1950, the world’s only long-distance flight to the Arctic to the North Pole region on the C-25 gliders towed over the Il-12 took place.
|Type||Unused Illustrated Envelop|
|Published by/for:||Ministry of Communications, 1985|