Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Military pilots show the journalists their skills in the air.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

The commander answered the journalists’ questions and explained everything.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

This plane is about to take off.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Journalists are waiting.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Flight personnel is coming up to their machines.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Preparing to take off.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Rear view.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

This thing takes all the exhausts.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

How can one remember all this?

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

In the air.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Time to land.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Special vehicle that carries planes.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Time to see what the pilots wear.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

And try something on.

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Exhibition Military Fighter Flight

Location: Domna

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13 thoughts on “Exhibition Military Fighter Flight”

    • The historical aspect of Russian military aircraft, is that they were designed to be particularly tough, not pretty. USAF craft routinely require visual clearings of runways to ensure there are no foreign objects that could be drawn/sucked into the aircraft and cause damage, whereas Russian planes could land or take off from very rough runways that would easily turn an American plane into rubble. Think the difference between a rural asphalt road and a slick concrete freeway.

    • Have you seen some of the national guard airplanes in the US? They look more used up and worn then these planes but that’s because there usually hand me downs.

  1. The planes in camo colors are SU-25 ground attack aircraft. One is a two-seat trainer, the other(s) is/are standard attack birds. Believe the fighters are SU-27s.

  2. LOL, “How can one remember all of this?” I’m certain they had proper train before they climb into the cockpit and took off.

    Why is that pilot closing his eyes whenever he has his picture taken?

    Maybe he doesn’t like modeling the flight suit, maybe he feels annoyed that he was chosen to do it.

    Anyway, I like that flight suit, it would look good on me.

  3. strange the pic with the commander..he has «« BBC«« written ( Upper left corner of his flight suit) «« BBC«« is Bulgarian air force in cyrillic. As Bulgaria is in NATO I was annoyed by this «« subtle«« wink to NATO

    • “BBC” in Russian is a “Voenno-Vozdushnye Seely” or “VVS”. It`s mean “Military Air Force”.
      Cyrillic “В”=latin “V”, “C”=”S”

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