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Hawker Siddeley HS-748-268 Srs2
Pearce (YPEA)
Australia - Western Australia, September 12, 1987
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N15-710 / 801 (cn 1710) RAN EW Flight – First flt 16.3.73, del 3.8.73, Later coded '801'. Fitted with specialised electronic equipment in 1980/1 and used for ECM training. Initially op by 851 Squadron and transferred 723 Squadron 31/08/84. WFS 23.6.00, ferried 26.6.00 Nowra to East Sale & std, sold to TAG Avtn & BU 3.01 for parts at East Sale, tt 12778hrs.
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Evektor-Aerotechnik EV-97 Eurostar
Kemble (EGBP)
UK - England, August 20, 2006
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G-PIGI (cn 2315) This little 'pigi' went to Flying For Fun 2006. The aircraft was festooned with pig related comments, some of which can be made out in this image.
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China - Air Force
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21F-13
Off-Airport - Datangshan
China, September 1998
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98071 (cn 1623) In 1961, China did acquire a license to build the MiG-21F as the J-7, but the technology transfer was not completed as Sino-Soviet relations continued to detoriate. Development and production of the modified J-7-I version was again disrupted, this time by the Cultural Revolution. Consequently, not many J-7-I fighters were built
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