The Russian famed Strizhi pilot team organized a splendid show that was coincided with its 20th anniversary.
Nice airplanes, the best of the best.
Hail Russian Knights!
And, really cool “old School” template.
Greetings from Quito, Ecuador.
My friend from Equador lives next to me at university, his name is Daniel
Pretty cool one day when I was in the US Air Force in Germany while working on the flight line I could hear jet engines running that sounded a but different than our turbines so I looked around and up along the taxiway comes to German Air Force MiG-29s everyone was walking over to check out the MiGs when they taxied in and parked I don’t think the Germans have any more MiG-29s today.
I wonder where the comment rating idea came from…
Site is up to speed now,everyone can come back and comment.Now I will look for the forum.
The angle of the 7th photo from the top makes the 6 jets appear tighter than they probably are. It’s a great shot.
I meant to say, you can find it by using the search feature SSSR.
Looks like someone ripped off the Thunderbird paint scheme
It looks nothing like the Thunderbirds short of using similar colors the Russians use much more color with theirs and the bird on the bottom is much diffrent the Russian one more stylized and is a swift not a thnderbird.Also the Thunderbirds use a mainly white scheme the Russians mainly blue and red.
They sue the same basic colors because both nations flags have the same colors genius.
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