A Soviet-made Mil V-12 Horner helicopter, the heaviest helicopter ever built, on display at the Central Air Force Museum, a subsidiary of the Central Armed Forces Museum in Monino town in the Moscow Region. It could carry much heavier payloads than any other helicopter
Fyodor Cherenkov, a midfielder of the Soviet national football team and a prospective member of the Olympic national team, before a friendly football match between Soviet and French Olympic national teams at the Grand Sports Arena of the Lenin Central Stadium, now the Grand Sports Arena of the Luzhniki Olympic Complex.
The Tayozhny (Taiga) Young Pioneer Camp, now the Tayozhny Wellness Complex, on the bank of the Yenisei River in the Sukhobuzimsky District of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. Photo: The Neptune Festival is one of the most memorable events of the summer holidays season.
The Democratic Republic of Afghanistan, now the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. Photo: Officials stand on a rostrum during a military parade of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan marking an anniversary of the April 1978 Revolution. Second left: Babrak Karmal, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan.