Painted silver all over covering markings. Colour of 89 not known. Preserved at the Central Aerodrome Museum at the Frunze Central Airfield/Khodynka, Moscow. The museum closed in 2003 and the aircraft moved on. The site was redeveloped.
This Hound-A is in reality '534' of the Nationale Volksarmee (NVA) but is on display at the RepTár Szolnoki Repülőmúzeum in these Hungarian markings. The original HuAF '27' (cn 1027) was written-off on 28th Oct 1957.
Semarang's airport is the home of Indonesian army aviation, and this old piece of Russian equipment is on display at a nearby military police station. The guard did not allow me to photograph it. This is what I could get away with.
This Hound carries two serials with '569' (its correct identity) on the port side. She served with the NVA HG-31 later 34, (HG = Hubschraubergeschwader or helicopter wing) at Bandenburg-Briest before being decomissioned and used as a training airframe at OHS Bautzen. Fortunately she was handed over to the Luftwaffenmuseum at Uetersen before transferring to Gatow in the mid-nineties.