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Extraordinary cases

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2005.05.12. MiG-29B - 02, Capt. Szabó "Topi" Zoltán, Hungary:

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2008.04.17. MiG-29B - 15, Capt. Peszeki "Peszke" Zoltán, Hungary:

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The first shot is amazing. It is like the plane is almost in tact underground. Like it dropped in a pool of jello. :-)
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The topic title could be more clear, I think.
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Hi there,

Which Mig-29UB were these if i may ask? (Number on the intake)

And for the Dutch amongst us, the first doesn't look "Topi" to me... :wink:

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Andras wrote:Hi there,

Which Mig-29UB were these if i may ask? (Number on the intake)
And for the Dutch amongst us, the first doesn't look "Topi" to me... :wink:
Greetz,

The exact types and page numbers are shown in the pictures above the text.
The first 02, for the second 15. Both aircraft fighter version.
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Iwan Bogels wrote:The first shot is amazing. It is like the plane is almost in tact underground. Like it dropped in a pool of jello. :-)
This may be so, once the machine is truly a majority of the land came under. A lot of rain so the ground was soft.
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Extraordinary pics!

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Nose gear defekt an Slovak MiG-UB aircraft

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEZ3Drc ... e=youtu.be
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