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Old September 21st 09, 12:43 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.military,alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Netko
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Again it's really Frogfoots/Frogfeet - two of them at least - operating from
the VMF's Kuznetsov.

Specifically they're Su-25UTGs, used for training pilots in carrier
operations.
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Old September 21st 09, 03:01 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.military,alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"Netko" wrote in message
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Again it's really Frogfoots/Frogfeet - two of them at least - operating
from
the VMF's Kuznetsov.

Specifically they're Su-25UTGs, used for training pilots in carrier
operations.


Look at the state of the deck !!.
Thought it had to be clean and spotless on a carrier owing to FOD??

--

Pete S


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Old September 21st 09, 09:02 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.military,alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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On Mon, 21 Sep 2009 10:01:45 -0400, Pete S wrote
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"Netko" wrote in message
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Again it's really Frogfoots/Frogfeet - two of them at least - operating
from
the VMF's Kuznetsov.

Specifically they're Su-25UTGs, used for training pilots in carrier
operations.


Look at the state of the deck !!.
Thought it had to be clean and spotless on a carrier owing to FOD??



They're _Russians_. Foreign objects don't damage them, they damage foreign
objects.

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Old September 22nd 09, 05:16 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.military,alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Default Wet frog's legs - kuznetsov01.jpg (1/1) [78K]


"Netko" wrote in message
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Again it's really Frogfoots/Frogfeet - two of them at least - operating
from
the VMF's Kuznetsov.

Specifically they're Su-25UTGs, used for training pilots in carrier
operations.


Hi. Which aircraft are you referring to? In this image, I see a bunch of
Su-27s as well as a chopper of some sort in the background. In the
foreground I see one Su-25.

I just went to the Sukhoi website and got a bunch of ULTRA COOL images of
the Su-27 through Su-35. Awesome! This is one sleek and beautiful aircraft.
I'd love to see it flying.

Nick

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Old September 22nd 09, 06:57 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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I just went to the Sukhoi website and got a bunch of ULTRA COOL images of
the Su-27 through Su-35. Awesome! This is one sleek and beautiful aircraft.
I'd love to see it flying.


Well, one could always link to Rianovosti through Pravda to find this
demonstration video.........(at least, that's how I stumbled across it
last week)

http://en.rian.ru/video/20090824/155909372.html

Frogdog has left the building.
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Old September 22nd 09, 10:16 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.military,alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Netko
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On Tue, 22 Sep 2009 05:16:47 +0100, Canuck wrote
(in article ):

Hi. Which aircraft are you referring to? In this image, I see a bunch of
Su-27s as well as a chopper of some sort in the background. In the
foreground I see one Su-25.


I was actually referring to the set of photos as a whole rather than to this
particular one.

I could have said that explicitly when I posted but I obviously reckoned that
thinking it was enough


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Old September 22nd 09, 11:02 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.military,alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Netko
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On Tue, 22 Sep 2009 05:16:47 +0100, Canuck wrote
(in article ):

I just went to the Sukhoi website and got a bunch of ULTRA COOL images of
the Su-27 through Su-35. Awesome! This is one sleek and beautiful aircraft.
I'd love to see it flying.


Ah, the Su-35. Always worth watching.
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Old September 23rd 09, 03:24 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.military,alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Canuck[_8_]
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"Netko" wrote in message
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On Tue, 22 Sep 2009 05:16:47 +0100, Canuck wrote
(in article ):

Hi. Which aircraft are you referring to? In this image, I see a bunch of
Su-27s as well as a chopper of some sort in the background. In the
foreground I see one Su-25.


I was actually referring to the set of photos as a whole rather than to
this
particular one.

I could have said that explicitly when I posted but I obviously reckoned
that
thinking it was enough



No problem. Neat images. I'm going to post a bunch of SU-27/35 images in a
second or two. Brace yourself!

Nick

 




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