Does Utc Have The Right Flight Plan In Russia?Peter Galuszka
Back in the 1930s, when Perm Motors first got involved with a U.S. company, the Russians produced aircraft engines under license from Curtiss-Wright Corp. In 1937, 15 Perm engineers traveled to a Wright plant in Ohio for training. Returning home during Stalin's purges, they were suspected of being spies: All were imprisoned. Most were shot.
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