This Hip-C was built in August 1973 and delivered to the East German AF as '931' before being modified for SAR duties in Spring 1990. Upon reunification it was allocated the serial '93+17' (9317) and served until around 1994. In October 1997 it was and placed on the Czech civil register and is now preserved at the super Muzeum letecké a pozemní techniky.
The Z-226 series had a more powerful Walter Minor 6-III six-cylinder engine than the original Z-26. This example had been used as a glider tug but is parked on the grass beside the Vyskov museum. Operated by Aeroklub Vyškov.
This Hoplite was damaged beyond repair in July 1988 when flying at low-level over the Seč dam reservoir and a rotor blade hit the water. The helicopter crashed and unfortunately one crewman was killed. The fuselage and tail boom (unskinned to the right) are awaiting restoration at this super museum at Vyškov.
This Mi-2 was first noted in September 1991 with the Czechoslovak AF and went to the Czechs in January 1993. After retirement it was stored in South Bohemia but is now part of this very interesting museum.