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The Czechoslovak Air Force counted Ptliakoff Pe-2FT (B-32) with attack bombardment of Soviet origin before World War II

Prototype of the Letov S-50 reconnaissance aircraft from 1938. It was made entirely of metal.

The S-199 fighter, derived from the German Me Bf-109G, was the last Czechoslovak fighter aircraft with a piston engine.

The prototype of the Prague-E-51 tactical reconnaissance aircraft dates from 1938.

First prototype of the Avia B-35 in 1938, which over time would become the best Czechoslovak fighter aircraft.

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