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Has been developing the PZL-126P Mrowka very small single-seat agricultural aircraft (first flown 1990), with the unusual feature of detachable wingtip spray tanks with atomizers for low-volume spraying

Markets through East European Markets Ltd. the J-5 Marco single-seat very light aircraft/motorglider, originally the Janowski J-5 and then offered by Alpha.


BARTEL (Pologne)
BM-2 Formation des avions 1926 
BM-4 Formation avion

BM-5 Formation avion

BM-6 Formation des avions


WZ-X Fighter 1926 


DKD-I avions légers
DKD-III, un avion léger

DKD-IV d'avions légers

DKD-V d'avions légers

Founded in Warsaw in 1933 to take over assets and liabilities of RWD, the aeronautical section of Warsaw Technical High School, which had been building to the designs of Rogalski, Wigura and Drzwiecki, initially in the school workshops, later those of the government. Production continued under the RWD name until 1939.

Is marketing the J-5 Marco very light aircraft and motorglider, owned by Aviation Farm Ltd.

GABRIEL (Pologne)
P-VI (VII) Un avion léger 1924  
A small company which produced the P.5 single-seat parasol monoplane in the 1920s. 

Origins in 1926. Undertakes research, development, and testing of aircraft, aero engines, materials, and instruments/ avionics. Proposed the Kobra 2000 in 1993 for airto- ground combat operations in the next century, but abandoned. Flew the prototype I-23 four-seat lightplane in October 1998, for deliveries from 1999, and was expected to fly its new IS-2 two-seat light helicopter prototype in 1999.

KOZLOWSKI (Pologne) Wladyslaw Kozlowski 
WK-1 Jutrzenka avions légers 1927
 WK-3 Formation avion


Lkl (Pologne) Lubelski Klub lotniczy) 
Lkl-2 avions légers sport
Lkl-4 avions légers de sport

 Lkl-5 Light Sport avion


LUBLIN (Pologne) entreprise ZM PI & L à Lublin 
R-VIII lumière bombardier, avion d'attaque
R-IX passagers des avions

Avion RX-agent

R-XI Light Transport Aircraft

R-XII Light Sport avion

R-XIII scout spotter

R. XIII / hydravion hydro-agent

R-XIIIe / F scout spotter

R-XIV Formation avion

R-XVI Light Transport Aircraft
R-XIX scout spotter

R-XX Bomber, torpille


LWD (Pologne) ingénieur Tadeusz Soltyk
Junak avion léger polyvalent
MIS Light Transport Aircraft

Szpak avion léger polyvalent

 ZAK avion léger polyvalent

ZUCH avion léger polyvalent

Zuraw Light avion d'observation


LWS (Pologne) société Lubelska Wytwórnia Samolotów (LWS) 
LWS-1 Bomber, torpille
LWS-2 Light avion ambulance

LWS-3 Mewa Front scout

LWS-6 ZUBR bombardier à moyen

Formed at Lublin in 1936 to take over operations of the bankrupt company of E. Plage and T. Laskiewicz (q.v.). Took over some designs and began work on their own twin-engined bomber and a singie-engined air ambulance.


STEMAL III avions légers 1922 


MEDWECKI (Pologne)
HL-2 HAROLDEK d'avions légers  
MN-3 avions légers

MN-4 avions légers de sport

MN-5 Light Sport avion

M-9 Light sport avion


Nikol (Pologne) ingénieur Yerzhi Nikol, développé en 1929 
A-2 bateaux battant plurisectorielle

Formed 1957 by the Polish Minister of Heavy Industry, to take over all design activities formerly conducted by the Polish Aviation Institute. First design was the MD-12 four-engined feederliner/photo-survey aircraft, which flew in 1962. A developed version of Russian Yak-12, known as the PZL-101 Gawron (Rook), has been produced in quantity for agricultural and air-ambulance duties. Now superseded by the PZL-104 Wilga (Thrush), which is offered for agricultural, air-ambulance, transport, glider-tug and parachute roles, and has been widely exported. License production is under way in Indonesia. Deliveries of the TS-11 Iskra (Spark) two-seat aerobatic jet trainer to the Polish Air Force began in 1963. (See also Panstwowe Zaklady Lotnicze.)

АN-2 COLT Легкий транспортный самолет AN-2 COLT Light Transport Aircraft
АN-28 CASH Легкий военно-транспортный самолет AN-28 CASH lumière  avion de transport militaire
BZ-4 ZUK Легкий вертолет BZ-4 ZUK Light hélicoptère

I-22 IRYDA Учебно-боевой самолет I-22 IRYDA formation avion de guerre

I-23 MANAGER Учебно-тренеровочный самолет I-23, avion de formation trenerovochny MANAGER

KANIA Многоцелевой вертолет KANIA hélicoptère polyvalent

L-2 Легкий многоцелевой самолет L-2 avions légers polyvalents

LIM-1 Фронтовой истребитель LIM-1 à l'avant de chasse

LIM-2 Фронтовой истребитель LIM-2 à l'avant de chasse

LIM-5 Многоцелевой истребитель LIM-Multipurpose Fighter 5

LIM-5M Истребитель-штурмовик LIM-5M-attaque avion de combat

LIM-6 Многоцелевой истребитель LIM-6 polyvalents Fighter

LIM-6bis Многоцелевой истребитель LIM-6bis de combat polyvalent

LIM-6M Многоцелевой истребитель LIM-6M de combat polyvalent

LWS-4 ZUBR Учебный бомбардировщик LWS-4 ZUBR formation bombardier

M-2 Учебно-тренеровочный самолет M-2 Formation trenerovochny avion

M-4 TARPAN Учебно-тренеровочный самолет M-4 TARPAN formation  trenerovochny avion 

MD-12F Самолет аэрофотосъемок MD-12F avion aerofotosemok

M-15 BELPHEGOR Сельскохозяйственный самолет M-15 Belphegor avion agricole

M-17 Учебно-тренеровочный самолет M-17 Formation trenerovochny avion

M-18 DROMADER Сельскохозяйственный самолет M-18 DROMADER avion agricole

M-20 MEWA Легкий многоцелевой самолет M-20, avion léger polyvalent Mewa

M-26 ISKIERKA Учебно-тренеровочный самолет M-26 ISKIERKA formation trenerovochny avion

M-28 SKYTRUCK Ближнемагистральный грузо-пассажирский самолет M-28 à court SKYTRUCK avion cargo-passagers

M-28 03(04) SKYTRUCK Ближнемагистральный грузо-пассажирский самолет  M-28 03 (04) SKYTRUCK court avion cargo-passagers

M-28V BRIZA-1P Базовый патрульный самолет M-28V-1P BRIZA Base d'avions de patrouille

M-93M Учебно-боевой самолет M-93m de formation avion de guerre

P-1 Истребитель P-1 Fighter

P-6 Истребитель P-6 Fighter

P-7 Истребитель P-7 Fighter

Р-8 Истребитель R-8 Fighter

P-11 Истребитель P-11 Fighter

Р-23 KARAS Легкий бомбардировщик R-23 bombardier léger KARAS

P-24 Истребитель P-24 Fighter

P-30 ZUBR Бомбардировщик P-30 ZUBR Bomber

P-37 LOS Средний бомбардировщик P-37 LOS moyen bombardier

Р-38 WILK Истребитель-штурмовик P-38, avion de chasse-attaque WILK

Р-42 Легкий бомбардировщик R-42 bombardier léger

Р-43 Легкий бомбардировщик R-43 bombardier léger

Р-45 SOKOL Легкий истребитель R-45 de combat légers SOKOL

P-46 SUM Легкий бомбардировщик-разведчик P-46 bombardier léger SUM-agent

Р-48 LAMPART Истребитель-бомбардировщик P-48 Fighter-bombardier Lampart

Р-62 Истребитель P-62 Fighter

PZL-4 Транспортный самолет PZL-4 avions de transport

PZL-5 Легкий спортивный самолет PZL-5 Light Sport avion

PZL-12 Учебная летающая лодка PZL-12 de formation de vol de bateaux

PZL-16 Легкий транспортный самолет PZL-16 avions légers de transport

PZL-19 Легкий спортивный самолет PZL-19 sport avion léger

PZL-26 Легкий спортивный самолет PZL-26 sport avion léger

PZL-27 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-27 avions légers polyvalents

PZL-44 WICHER Транспортный самолет PZL-44 avions de transport WICHER
РZL-50 JASTRZAB Истребитель-штурмовик RZL JASTRZAB-50-attaque avion de combat

PZL-101 GAWRON Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-101 Gawron avion léger polyvalent

PZL-102 KOS Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-102 avions légers polyvalents KOS

PZL-104 WILGA Легкий вспомогательный самолет PZL-104 WILGA avions d'appui léger

PZL-104M WILGA 2000 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-104M WILGA 2000 avion léger polyvalent

PZL-105 FLAMING Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-105 FLAMING avion léger polyvalent

PZL-106 KRUK Сельскохозяйственный самолет PZL-106 KRUK avion agricole

PZL-106BT TURBO KRUK Сельскохозяйственный самолет PZL-106BT TURBO KRUK avion agricole

PZL-106BTU TURBO KRUK Сельскохозяйственный самолет PZL-106BTU TURBO KRUK avion agricole

PZL-110 KOLIBER Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-110 Koliber avion léger polyvalent

PZL-111 KOLIBER 235 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-111 Koliber 235 avions légers polyvalents

PZL-112 JUNIOR Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-112, avion léger polyvalent JUNIOR
PZL-126 KOLIBER Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-126 Koliber avion léger polyvalent

PZL-130 TURBO-ORLIK Учебно-тренеровочный самолет PZL-130-TURBO ORLIK formation trenerovochny avion

PZL-150 KOLIBER Легкий многоцелевой самолет PZL-150 Koliber avion léger polyvalent

S-4 KANIA Легкий многоцелевой самолет S-4 KANIA avion léger polyvalent

SM-1 Многоцелевой вертолет SM-1 hélicoptère polyvalent

SM-2 Многоцелевой вертолет SM-2 hélicoptère polyvalent

SW-4 Многоцелевой вертолет SW-4 hélicoptère polyvalent

SZD 8 JASKOLKA Спортивный планер SZD 8 JASKOLKA Sports planeur

SZD 15 SROKA Спортивный планер SZD 15 sroka Sports planeur

SZD 17X JASKOLKA-L Спортивный планер SZD-R 17X JASKOLKA Sport planeur
SZD 32 FOKA 5 Спортивный планер SZD 32 FOKA 5 Sporting planeur

SZD 36 COBRA 15 Одноместный планер SZD 36 COBRA 15 Single planeur

SZD 39 COBRA 17 Одноместный планер SZD 39 COBRA 17 Single planeur

SZD 41 JANTAR STANDARD Одноместный планер SZD 41 Jantar STANDARD Single planeur

SZD 48 JANTAR STANDARD 2 Одноместный планер SZD 48 Jantar 2 Single STANDARD planeur

SZD 48-3 JANTAR STANDARD 3 Одноместный планер SZD 48-3 Jantar 3 Single STANDARD planeur

SZD 55-1 PROMYK Спортивный планер SZD 55-1 PROMYK Sports planeur

SZD 56 DIANA Спортивный планер SZD 56 DIANA Sports planeur

TS-8 BIES Учебно-тренировочный самолет TS-8 BIES Avions

TS-9 JUNAK-3 Учебно-тренировочный самолет TS-9-3 Formation Junak avion
TS-11 ISKRA Тренер вооружения и легкий ударный самолет TS-11 ISKRA Coach des armes et des avions légers de frappe

W-3A SOKOL Многоцелевой вертолет W-3A SOKOL hélicoptère polyvalent

W-ЗU SALAMANDRA Многоцелевой вертолет W-ZU SALAMANDRA hélicoptère polyvalent


TS-8 Bies
101 Gawron
TS-11 "Iskra"
104 Wilga
106 Kruk
M-15 Belphegor
M-18 Dromader
130 Orlik / Turbo-Orlik
I-22 "Iryda"
PZL 11    See Panstwowe Zaklady Lotnicze for pre-1945 history, below.
Under political reorganization in 1956, the Polish aircraft industry was revived with production of Soviet aircraft and some indigenous types. In foreign markets most Polish aircraft subsequently appeared
PZL 104 Wilga
104 Wilga
under the PZL title, such as the PZL-101 Gawron and PZL-104 Wilga utility aircraft of 1960 and 1962 respectively, the first being a development of the Yak-12. The Gawron was used extensively as an agricultural aircraft, along with the PZL-built An-2 biplane, but later purpose-built dusters and sprayers were built. Today, PZL types are produced under three separate organizations: PZL "Warszawa-Okecie" SA (q.v.), WSK "PZL-Mielec" SA (q.v.), and PZL-Swidnik SA (q.v.)
P-23 / P-43 "Karas"
P-37 "Los"
P.46 "Sum"
P.44 "Wicher"
P.38 Wilk
P.50 Jastrzab

Founded January 1928. As Poland's National Aircraft Establishment, built the P.1 single-seat fighter monoplane with Hispano-Suiza engine in 1929-1930, and subsequently the famous
PZL P-37 ''Los''
P-37 "Los"
P.11 single-seat fighter and P.19 cabin monoplane. The PZL Los medium bomber of 1937 was followed by the Wilk twin-engined fighter, Sum light bomber and Mewa reconnaissance monoplane by the beginning of Second World War. Factories at Warsaw- Okecie (original) and Mielec, latter used by occupying Germans as forced-labour Heinkel factory 1940-44




Current name for the original 1928 factory. In 1995 became a stock company owned by the Polish Ministry of Industry and Trade. Most activities centre on agricultural aircraft and lightplanes, but production includes the PZL- 130 Orlik aerobatic trainer which first flew in October 1984 and is used by the Polish Air Force. Short take-off PZL- 104 Wilga (first flown 1962) remains in production in several versions, including the Wilga 35, Wilga 80, and latest and refined PZL-104M Wilga 2000 with modified wings, new fuel tanks, increased take-off weight, U.S. avionics and, as for Wilga 80-550, a U.S. instead of Polish engine. PZL-105L Flaming first flew in 1989 as a Wilga replacement with a larger cabin and other improvements, but development has been halted at present in favor of Wilga 2000. PZL-106 Kruk agricultural aircraft first flew in 1973, with the current PZL-106BTTurbo-Kruk appearing in 1985. A new agricultural aircraft and waterbomber, the PZL-240 Pelikan biplane, is being developed. Also produces the PZL-110 (first flown 1978) and PZL-111 Koliber lightplanes originally based on the Socata Rallye, and has most recently developed the PZL-112 Koliber Junior side-byside two-seat trainer (first flight expected 1999).

One of three separate PZL organizations, currently undertaking helicopter production and development. Origins in 1951, manufacturing components for LiM-1 fighters (Polish version of MiG-15). First helicopter production was SM-1 (Mil Mi-1), of which huge numbers were completed, followed by SM-2. Mil Mi-2 was first flown in Soviet Union in September 1961 as twin-turboshaft helicopter, but all production transferred to Poland in 1964, allowing first Polish-built Mi-2 to fly in November 1965; production lasted until 1996, after 5,450 had been built in a large number of variants for civil and military roles. Kania first flown June 1979 as modernized development of Mi-2 using U.S. Allison turboshaft engines and AlliedSignal Bendix/King avionics, but only some 13 built to date. W- 3 Sokol first flown November 1979 as 12-passenger civil/military intermediate multipurpose helicopter with twin turboshafts, of which well over 100 built to date and some exported; many variants, Polish armed forces versions including W-3RM Anakonda for air/sea rescue, and W-3W Sokol and similar W-3WA each with 23 mm cannon and outriggers for missiles, rockets and other weapons; SW- 5 is anticipated development of W-3 using French avionics. S-1W Huzar antiarmor and attack helicopter expected to fly 1999 and be built for the Polish armed forces; based on W-3 design. Four/five-seat SW-4 light utility single-turboshaft helicopter first flew October 1996.


PWS (Pologne)
M-9 Легкий спортивный самолет M-9 Light sport avion
MN-4 Легкий спортивный самолет MN-4 avions légers de sport
PWS-1 Истребитель PWS-1 Fighter
PWS-3 Легкий спортивный самолет PWS-3 avions légers sport
PWS-4 Легкий спортивный самолет PWS-4 avions légers de sport
PWS-5 Легкий вспомогательный самолет PWS-5 auxiliaire avion léger
PWS-6 Легкий вспомогательный самолет PWS-6 avions légers d'appui
PWS-7 Легкий вспомогательный самолет PWS-7 avions légers d'appui
PWS-8 Легкий спортивный самолет PWS-8 Light Sport avion
PWS-10 Истребитель PWS-10 Fighter
PWS-11 Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-11 Formation des avions
PWS-12 Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-12 Formation des avions
PWS-14 Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-14 Formation des avions
PWS-15 Истребитель PWS-15 Fighter
PWS-16 Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-16 Formation des avions
PWS-16bis Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-16bis formation avion
PWS-18 Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-18 Formation des avions
PWS-19 Легкий бомбардировщик-разведчик PWS-19 bombardier léger-scout
PWS-20T Легкий транспортный самолет PWS-20T Light Transport Aircraft
PWS-21bis Легкий транспортный самолет PWS-21bis Light Transport Aircraft
PWS-24 Легкий транспортный самолет PWS-24 avions légers de transport
PWS-24bis Легкий транспортный самолет PWS-24bis Light Transport Aircraft
PWS-26 Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-26 Formation des avions
PWS-33 WYZEL Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-33 WYZEL Avions
PWS-35 OGAR Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-35 Ogar Avions
PWS-40 JUNAK Учебно-тренировочный самолет PWS-40 Junak Avions
PWS-50 Легкий спортивный самолет PWS-50 sport avion léger
PWS-51 Легкий спортивный самолет PWS-51 sport avion léger
PWS-52 Легкий спортивный самолет PWS-52 sport avion léger
PWS-52 rajdowy Легкий спортивный самолет PWS-52 rajdowy Light Sport avion
PWS-54 Легкий транспортный самолет PWS-54 avions légers de transport
PWS-101 Спортивный планер PWS-101 planeur Sports

Established in 1923; produced own civil and military designs in quantity, and also engaged in license production. Built wide variety of civil types in early 1930s, mainly for military, but included PWS 24T four-passenger cabin monoplane. Ceased production following German occupation in 1940

PWS  See Panstwowe Zaklady Lotnicze for pre-1945 history above. 

Engineering firm which formed an aviation department in 1920. Poland's first aircraft manufacturer, it was based at Lublin and built the Ansaldo Ballila, A-300 and Potez 25 under license. Subsequently built series of indigenous designs such as the Lublin R-VIII reconnaissance biplane, R-XI five-passenger monoplane. Ceased production following German occupation in 1940.

RWD (Pologne)
RWD-1 Легкий спортивный самолет RWD-1 avion léger de sport
RWD-2 Легкий спортивный самолет RWD-2 Light sport avion
RWD-3 Легкий спортивный самолет RWD-3 avions légers sport
RWD-4 Легкий спортивный самолет RWD-4 avions légers de sport
RWD-5 Легкий многоцелевой самолет RWD-5 Light Multi-avion
RWD-6 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PA-6 avion léger polyvalent
RWD-7 Легкий самолет RWD-7 avions légers
RWD-8 Учебно-тренировочный самолет RWD-8 avions de formation
RWD-9 Легкий многоцелевой самолет RWD-9 léger multi-usages avion
RWD-10 Учебно-тренировочный самолет RWD-10 avions de formation
RWD-11 Легкий транспортный самолет RWD-11 avions légers de transport
RWD-13 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PA-13 avion léger polyvalent
RWD-13S Легкий санитарный самолет RWD-13S lumière avion ambulance
RWD-14 CZAPLA Фронтовой разведчик RWD-14 Czapla Front scout
RWD-15 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PA-15 avion léger polyvalent
RWD-16 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PA-16 avion léger polyvalent
RWD-17 Учебно-тренировочный самолет RWD-17 avions de formation
RWD-17W Учебно-тренировочный самолет RWD-17W formation avion
RWD-19 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PA-19 avion léger polyvalent
RWD-20 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PA-20 avion léger polyvalent
RWD-21 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PA-21 avion léger polyvalent
RWD-22 Учебно-тренировочный самолет RWD-22 avions de formation
RWD-23 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PA-23 avion léger polyvalent

Founded 1989, offers the KR-2PM Swift two-seat monoplane in two versions.

SAMOLOT (Pologne)
SP-1 avion léger


SOPORA (Pologne)
SILESIA S-3 Легкий самолет SILESIE S-3 avions légers
SILESIA S-4 Легкий самолет SILESIE S-4, d'avions légers


Stahlwerk MARK (Pologne)
MS-IIb Легкий учебный самолет MS-IIb avion léger
R-IIIb Легкий самолет-разведчик R-avions légers, IIIb-agent

Full name is Wytwomia Sprzetu Komunikacyjnego "PZLMielec" SA. The Transport Equipment Manufacturing Centre (WSK) at Mielec was the largest of the Polish pre- Second World War aircraft factories, having been founded in 1938. Postwar, it built Soviet MiG-15 fighters under license until 1959. Decline in fighter orders led to development of the TS-8 Bies two-seat aerobatic trainer (first flown 1955) and the TS-111skra jet trainer (1960). Nearly 12,000 Russian (now Ukrainian) Antonov-designed An-2 biplane transports built in several versions since 1960. Design office formed for M-15 Belphegor three-seat and turbofan-powered agricultural aircraft (1973) and M-17 two/three-seat light aircraft. I-22 Iryda advanced jet trainer and light attack aircraft first flew March 1985, and small number joined Polish Air Force, along with several M-93K derivatives, but production terminated in 1997; upgrade to modified M-96 standard was planned. Production of M18 Dromader agricultural aircraft continues, with some 700 production aircraft built in several versions since 1979. Production also continues of the M20 Mewa, first flown 1979 as development of U.S. Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II. Antonov An-28 transport built since 1984, more recently in M28 Skytruckform; larger development expected to be certificated in 1999 as M28.03 or 04 Skytruck Plus. M26 Iskierka piston trainer first flew in 1986 and entered production in 1995. Tampico Club TB 9 built under Socata contract. See also PZL.

Produced jet fighters up to 1951, when defense cuts were made; then turned to Mi-i/SM-1 helicopter production and a helicopter design office was formed. Initially, Polish aircraft, license-built or native, were produced under name of PZL: Polskie Zaklady Lotnicze (q.v.). In 1957 WSK renamed WSK im Zygmunta Puiawskiego. Production of SM-1 ended late 1960s and Mi-2 production begani 965 See PZL - Swidnik.


ZALEWSKI (Pologne)
WZ-XII KOGUTEK II d'avions légers 1937  ingénieur Vladislav Zalevskiy


ZRPSL (Pologne)
 EM-10 Bielik Avion école 2003 

FAITS ET EVENEMENTS DE L'HISTOIRE DE L'AVIATION   (google tanslation polonais to french)  

GALERIE site polonais 

LIENS & sources  


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Many nations gave birth to aviation and the pioneers who propelled its stunning successes. To recognize these contributions, we asked the International Council of Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS) to have each ICAS country identify its pioneers and present the story of its national achievements in aerospace. 
The notable figures profiled here are but a few examples of those who could be considered. If you feel your country or its pioneers are not sufficiently represented and you have the history to share, please contact Sharon Grace.
country profiles

United Kingdom
United Kingdom
United States
United States

Pioneer profiles 
(modifié par lepeps)
Frank W. Caldwell
Leonardo da Vinci
Lawrence Hargrave
Alberto Santos-Dumont
Orville & Wilbur Wright
Patty Wagstaff
Octave Chanute
Alexander de Seversky 
- Henri Fabre    

Otto Lilienthal
Igor Sikorsky
Mario Calderara
Jacqueline Cochran
Amelia Earhart
Hermann Oberth
Wernher von Braun
Charles Yeager



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