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  • FalconDude
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    Fake ..right?

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  • archangelski
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    T-50 and R-77 :

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  • mike currill
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    That underside shot of the Mi-24 would be a good one for the "Just a nice pic" thread.

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  • archangelski
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    Originally posted by TomcatViP View Post
    http://forum.keypublishing.com/showt...34#post2214034

    This thread is only 4 pages long and we alrdy have a fair share of duplication.
    Ok, sorry, modified.

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  • TomcatViP
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    http://forum.keypublishing.com/showt...34#post2214034

    This thread is only 4 pages long and we alrdy have a fair share of duplication.

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  • archangelski
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    Last edited by archangelski; 25th May 2015, 07:13.

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  • Gerard
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  • archangelski
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    ASAT :

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  • MSphere
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    Originally posted by PhantomII View Post
    On the previous page the only reason I questioned that Su-34 (firing the Kh-31) "photo" was that the aircraft in question has R-27's on the outboard underwing pylons........Correct me if I'm wrong, but the Flanker/Fullback family cannot carry R-27s on those pylons, but rather on the inboard and center wing stations along with the fuselage and air intake positions (maximum of 6 or 8 depending on the variant in question).
    That is correct. R-27 is too heavy for that pylon.. Typically, an R-73 is carried there.. Or an R-77.

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  • PhantomII
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    So many really awesome photographs from so many different eras!

    On the previous page the only reason I questioned that Su-34 (firing the Kh-31) "photo" was that the aircraft in question has R-27's on the outboard underwing pylons........Correct me if I'm wrong, but the Flanker/Fullback family cannot carry R-27s on those pylons, but rather on the inboard and center wing stations along with the fuselage and air intake positions (maximum of 6 or 8 depending on the variant in question).

    Additionally I'd like to add that I've never seen an F-111 with an AGM-65...makes sense they would have used the weapon, but I've just never seen it before.

    Finally, does anyone know if the French are going to put the AASM onto the 2000D (or 2000N) fleet?

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  • MadRat
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    Sometimes things go wrong...

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  • archangelski
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    AASM :

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  • Duggy
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    F-106 launching MB-1 Genie.

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  • MadRat
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    Another F-111

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  • archangelski
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    SRAM :

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  • mrmalaya
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    Wow! A reminder of more "traditional" offensive fast jet ops in the age of DEW and swarming UAVs.

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  • MSphere
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    Tanzanian F-7TGs firing


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