PZL.38 Wilk ("wolf") (PZL-38) was a Polish fighter-bomber prototype developed and manufactured by PZL state factory in 1937. Just 2 were built.

Wilk ("wolf") was a Polish fighter-bomber prototype developed and manufactured by PZL state factory in Just 2 were built.

The first combat aircraft entered service in the reestablished air force in 1937. These machines are known as the Royal Gift, donated to the HMAT personally by Tsar (King) Boris III. In 1938 14 newly built Polish PZL.24B fighters (shown above) were acquired along with 12 PZL.43B light bombers.

Bulgarian pilots to aircraft PZL 24 B " Hawk " Decorating with battle flags of regiments

Polisch PZL TS-8 Bies, Schaffen Diest, Belgium, 2011

Polisch PZL TS-8 Bies, Schaffen Diest, Belgium, 2011

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PZL-Mielec I-22 Iryda

PZL-Mielec I-22 Iryda

A Royal Hellenic pzl P-25 captured by the greman army in 1941

A Royal Hellenic pzl captured by the greman army in 1941

PZL-Mielec TS-8 Bies  low pass over runway

Low pass over runway - Photo taken at Cracow - Rakowice-Czyzyny in Poland on June

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Catalog Manufacturer: PZL Designation: Notes: Poland Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

PZL M-4 Tarpan

7 September 1961 First flight of the Tarpan

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