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MiG-urile 21 de la Flotila 86 au efectuat trageri reale | VideoRomanian MiGs 21, real firings with AA missile | Video

7 November 2013 No Comment

mig 21 lansare matraAvioanele MiG-21 ale Flotilei 86 Aeriene, in prezent dislocata temporar pe aerodromul Mihail Kogalniceanu, Constanta, au efectuat trageri reale aer-aer si aer-sol.

Exercitiile au avut loc in zilele de 4 si 5 noiembrie in poligoanele Armatei de la Capu Midia si Babadag.

MiG-urile Flotilei 86 au fost echipate cu rachetele aer-aer Python III si au pornit catre poligonul de la Capu Midia, acolo unde au fost executate exercitiile de acest tip. Tintele pilotilor militari au fost cateva rachete luminoase aflate la o inaltime nu foarte mare.

Ulterior, pe MiG-urile 21 s-au montat bombele destinate atacului la sol iar avioanele au fost directionate catre tintele din poligonul Babadag.

“Aceste trageri sunt foarte importante pentru toti pilotii, dar mai ales pentru cei din unitatile de lupta care executa serviciul de politie aeriana sub comanda NATO”, a explicat generalul Bahneanu, comandantul Flotilei 86.

In clipul video de mai jos, realizat de Adelin Petrisor si Marius Gheorghiu pentru TVR, puteti vedea cum arata o lansare a rachetei Python III.

Foto: Mihai Zamfirescu/ Airliners.netmig 21 lansare matraMiG-21 fighter jets from 86th Squadron, temporary deployed at Mihail Kogalniceanu airbase, near Constanta, conducted conducted real air-to-air and air-to-ground firings.

The exercises were held on 4 and 5 November at Capu Midia and Babadag ranges.

The MiGs were equipped with Python III air-to-air missiles and flew to Capu Midia firing range. The targets were some flares. Subsequently, on the MiGs were mounted some bombs for ground attack and the fighters were directed to targets at Babadag range.

” These exercices are very important for all pilots, especially for those in combat units executing Air Police Service under NATO command”, said Gen. Bahneanu , commander of 86th Squadron.

In the video below, made ​​by Adelin Petrisor and Marius Gheorghiu for TVR, you can see a Python III missile launch.

Photo credit: Mihai Zamfirescu/ Airliners.net

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