Exhibition liquidated

Inventory No MJG-Sk (P) 16, manufactured in 1984, transferred in June 2005 from Military Unit 3533 Sandomierz

A radiolocation station able to detect low flying airborne objects. Detection range of a fighter plane flying at 50 m - m 43 km. The station was manufactured from 1978 until 1983 at Warszawske Zakłady Radiowe RAWAR. It comprises of three units: transmitting-receiving-indicatory car, special trailer with a folded mast and an additional trailer transporting the antenna. The antenna mast was telescopically opened to the height of 25 metres.


Range R - 150 km, working frequency range - S band, transmitter power (Pi) - 900 kW.

Inventory Number MKG-Sk (P) 15, manufactured in 1978, transferred in June 2005 from Military Unit 3434 Lidzbark Warmiński

A radiolocation system detecting station manufactured in the USSR, which was to detect (receive) signals in frequency bands Ka, K, Ku, X, C and partially S. It allowed to determine the signal source azimuth and to measure basic parameters of such a signal, such as: impulse time, impulse repetition frequency, and length of an impulse series and impulse series repetition frequency. It allowed for the approximation of the carrier wave frequency. The equipment fitted in the station allowed for the analysed signals to be photographed and recorded on a magnetic tape. The station comprises of: lorry ZIL-157KG with electronic equipment mounted on "Kung" superstructure, on a lorry ZIL-157KG with power generating unit and the antenna trailer type 2PN-2. The Polish Armed Forces used Lena in the 70s, 80s and 90s of the 20th century.


Range R - 150 - 180 km (the range was dependent of an aircraft height over the radiolocation station, continuous working time - 24 h, power Pi - 6 kW, time needed for the setting up and folding down the station - 60 min.

3 MAGDALENA (PRW-17)Inventory No MJG-Sk (P) 12, manufactured in 1988, transferred in June 2005 from Military Unit 3030 Wrocław

A radiolocation station manufactured in the USSR and used to determine the flying height of an airborne object. It could also work as a panoramic distance-measuring unit. The pendular movement of the antenna was actuated with hydraulic actuators.


Range R - 600 km, Range H - 80 km, power (Pi) - 2000 kW, working frequency range - band S.

4 BOŻENA 31 (RW-31)
Inventory No MJG-Sk (P) 11, manufactured in 1980, transferred in June 2005 from Military Unit 3775 Chojnice

Radiolocation station - height detector manufactured in Poland (since 1972) at Warszawskie Zakłady Radiowe RAWAR. It was used to determine the flying height of an airborne object. The electronic circuits were based on electronic lamp and semiconductor technology. The radar had two megatron transmitters. The height detector comprised of five mobile units.


Range R - 240 km, Range H - 80 km, power (Pi) - 800 kW, working frequency range - band S, the antenna pendular unit - hydraulic

5 JUSTYNA (JAWOR-M2)Inventory No MJG-Sk (P) 13, year of manufacture 1978, transferred in June 2005 from Military Unit 4961 Witkowo


A radiolocation station used to detect airborne objects, determining their azimuth and distance. The station was designed by Przemysłowy Istytut Telecomunikacji (PIT) and was manufactured since 1971 by Warszawskie Zakłady Radiowe RADWAR. The station comprised of three lorries Tatra-148 with electronic equipment and five trailers. It worked in decimetre wavelength band. From 1985 until 1998 over 50 stations were manufactured.


Range R - 350 km, range H - 25 km, transmitter power (Pi) - 1500 kW, working frequency range - band L.

6 Mi-2RL Helicopter
Inventory Ni MJG-Sk (P) 143, manufactured in 1975, transferred in January 2007 from Military Unit 1155 Krakow

The exhibit presented was manufactured by PZL Świdnik (on a Soviet licence) and represents the version used in the Air Force Rescue Units. The helicopter has a three-foil main rotor and two-foil metal tail rotor. Two GDT-350W engines propel Mi 2. The engines separately propel the main transmission gear, which reduces the revolving speed of the engine shafts and propels the main rotor, tail rotor, air turbine, hydraulic, electrical and compressed air installation units. The steering assembly is power assisted by the hydraulic unit. The undercarriage unit consists of a two-wheeled self-setting front undercarriage and the main undercarriage with brakes.
The helicopter was decommissioned in 2002 and spent 6950 hours in flight.
Fuselage length - 11.9 m, main rotor diameter - 14.56 m, tail rotor diameter - 2.7 m, maximum flight speed - 190 km/h, range 580 km, fuel consumption - 280 l/h, load capacity - 1500 kg, starting power of the engines - 425 HP (313 kW).