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Thread: Pictures of Su-27s formerly based in Chojna, Poland

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    Pictures of Su-27s formerly based in Chojna, Poland

    Hello to everybody, I am looking for pictures of Su-27s belonging to 582 IAP that were once based in Chojna, Poland. It seems like such pictures are very rare, does anybody have any other pictures? Or at least a bigger version of those here? Perhaps some pics taken recently of some ex-Chojna Su-27s?

    Also does anybody know the serial No of that a/c “blue 24”? I was thinking maybe a good enough quality version of that picture with a/c 23 and 24 blue is published in some book, and maybe the last 5 digits of serial No are distinguishable on the seat’s headrest.

    Thanks
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    Very nice photos!

    One question though,what are those starts below the cockpit?Sucessfull missile launches or?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djnik
    Very nice photos!

    One question though,what are those starts below the cockpit?Sucessfull missile launches or?

    Those stars are F-15s shot down by soviet Flankers :diablo:

    Most likely the stars are pilotless targets shot down in training exercises.

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    Not sure if this is from Chojna, but its deffinitely from Soviet bases in Poland.
    Sorry for low quality. They are scans from old magazines.
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    There are few things more beautiful than a beautiful woman and a Sukhoi.......

    Nice pics.

    Regards

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    agree

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    Man do i feel hot or these s3xy shots of Sukhoi planes raised the temprature of the forum
    PS: though these pics are great TURN ON, but the Army and Navy forum gone is a big big TURN OFF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanderlei
    Not sure if this is from Chojna, but its deffinitely from Soviet bases in Poland.
    Sorry for low quality. They are scans from old magazines.

    Aircrafts 01 and 02 red in your first picture are from 159 GvIAP formerly based in Kluczewo, Poland. About Kluczewo Su-27s pictures the situation is not so dramatic, there was an article in Air Action magazine back in 1993 with superb pics. I have also found on http://forum.airforce.ru recent pics with ex-Kluczewo (lucky) machines that are still serviceable, 30, 43, 44, 45, 66 red, the paint was very weared off. It seems like from ’87-’89 (estimation) when were manufactured these a/c were not overhauled and today are still in the original paint!

    The aircraft 03 blue is indeed from Chojna! Probably taken during withdrawal. Never seen it before. Thank you very much, I really appreciate it!

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