Ilyushin Il-10 was a Soviet attack aircraft with a metal structure in the low wing configuration. The plane had a retractable, two-wheeled landing gear in the classic layout. The drive was provided by a single Mikulin-AM42 V-engine with a starting power of 2000 KM. The flight of the prototype took place on September 27, 1944, and serial production lasted from 1944 to 1947. Licensed production was also started in Czechoslovakia under the designation Avia B-33. The Il-10 was created as a far-reaching development of the very successful Il-2, which was one of the most important Soviet aircraft of the Second World War. The new machine has improved performance (especially the maximum speed), maneuverability at low altitudes and the armor of the entire structure has been strengthened. The basic armament was either 2 23mm cannons and 2 7.62mm machine guns or 4 23mm cannons. In addition, there was a rifle in the turret at the rear of the cabin, cal. 12.7 mm, and armaments up to 600 kg. The Il-10 aircraft was successfully used in the last operations of World War II, especially the Berlin operation in 1945, as well as during the Korean War (1950-1953) by the DPRK air force.
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