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Photo ID: 1329915
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Poland - Air Force
Sukhoi Su-22M4
Krzesiny (EPKS)
Poland, May 15, 2007
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3713 (cn 37713) Su-22M-4 from 40. elt (tactical aviation sq.) is arriving on "Commanders meet 2007." Home base this plane is 21. blot (AFB) Swidwin and at nose is beautiful marking of 40. elt - white horse with flames. However pilot of this Sukhoi - pplk. W. Maniewski (commander of 40. elt) died 23. 1. 2008 during disaster of CASA C-295M tc. nr. 019 before landing on 12. blot (AFB) Miroslawiec.
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Photo ID: 1320779
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Poland - Air Force
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Uden - Volkel (UDE / EHVK)
Netherlands, June 2007
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3713 I knew there was something wrong with Dutch people, they don't seem to like the sweet music of jet noise! ;) That old Russian hardware is not flying so much outside Poland, so welcome anytime!
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Poland - Air Force
Sukhoi Su-22M4
Uden - Volkel (UDE / EHVK)
Netherlands, June 16, 2007
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3713 (cn 37713) Armament: 2� 30 mm Nudelman-Rikhter NR-30 cannon, 80 rounds per gun. Two underwing launch rails for R-60 (AA-8 'Aphid') air-to-air missiles for self-defense. Up to 4000 kg (8,820 lb) on ten hardpoints (three under the fixed portion of each wing, four on the fuselage sides), including free-fall bombs, rocket pods, cluster bombs, SPPU-22-01 cannon pods with traversable barrels, ECM pods, napalm tanks, and nuclear weapons. One heavy fighter-bomber!!
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