|Quoting Aero145 (Reply 12):|
Are you sure those are ex military aircraft, not newer aircraft that didn't see Army Training?
That doesn't matter, David. For A.net it's a warbird when it's painted to seriously resemble a military aircraft (including markings and serial). Whether or not it has ever seen military service in real life is irrelevant.
As far as I can see from the photo, the left one appears to be a warbird (resembling Russian Air Force), the right one does not. No need to know the aircraft's identities for that, because their histories do not matter.