I have no idea as we do not have such news in England at all.
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So, somewhere on the England-Scotish border-what is the difference to us at the end of the day?
here are no Russian/Soviet training aircraft in the Polish Air Force. So much for your "knowledge",
Maybe not now but up until recently there was plenty. Remember too that LOT aircraft were all or were mostly Russian aircraft until they changed and bought Boeing from the united States of America. There was a famous crash near Warsaw when I was in Gdansk as a Russian made Polish plan was returning from New York and ploughed into forest near to Warsaw airport. I think it would have been about 1986 or 1987 but I do remember the incident and it was certainly a Russian plane being flown on behalf of Poland LOT. Everybody died on the plan including a girl who worked in a cafe in Bochnia, a friend of mine pointed out the little restaurant on a street corner where she had worked as we walked around the town just after the event.
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I did not say that I have members in every air force in Europe. I said that my wife's sister's boy, who comes from near Czestochowa is in the Polish Air force and flies helicopters in Iraq. Is it difficult for you to understand my words? Are you just a little thick? Would you rather that I write it all again in Polish for you, if that is your better language?
Sorry, it should be plane!
Everybody died on the plan including a girl who worked in a cafe in Bochnia, a friend of mine pointed out the little restaurant o
In fact as an extra P.S. a famous Polish woman singer also died on the plane and has a daughter who became quite famous in her own right as a singer in later years. I can not remember her name but someone can fill me in I am sure.
There are no Russian/Soviet training aircraft in the Polish Air Force. So much for your "knowledge", Kmi
As I say you may be right in 2007 but when I was in Poland in the 1980's, all Polish military equipment came from the former Soviet Union.