5 Burning Hot Air Of Kubinka Air Base

Burning Hot Air Of Kubinka Air Base

Posted on February 1, 2012 by


On the last day of January, early in the morning, when it is freezing in the street and the thermometer shows -22C, we are taking you to Kubinka Air Base, the Moscow Region, to show you training flights of the Swifts and the Russian Knights, aerobatic performance demonstrator teams of Russia.


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5 Responses to “Burning Hot Air Of Kubinka Air Base”

  1. Testicules says:

    Interesting comparison between Russian and US demonstration teams. Of course the flying is the most important thing. However, you would never see a Blue Angel or Thunderird demonstration team with a dirty aircraft or chipped paint. Their jets look like they are factory fresh. Also, the pilots and ground crews are held to an ultra high standard of grooming and behavior. Perhaps the Russian pilots and crews don’t interact with the public.

    • ayaa says:

      No wonder the F-22 needs 30 or so hours of maintenance for one hour of flight. It has to sparkling, because that’s what will win a dogfight. Ultra high standards of grooming and behaviour.

  2. We have all seen the video says:

    of the grooming and behavior of American military haven’t we =PISSING ON THE DEAD ! ! = Oh yes ultra high standards.

    Get a grip Testicules. Actually no, get your hand off it you tool.

  3. Anastasis says:

    Only Shukoi wins all dogfigts,allowing enemy to
    pass.Cobra named the maneuvering.
    Find it in youtube etc…

  4. SatanClause says:

    Well, I just wonder what would happen and how would those US machines work and look like if they’re left outside on apron in extreme weather conditions like those russian?

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