China Flanker Thread II


Deino

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Thanks ... looks very much like this one in 1/48 ;)

Great Wall Hobby G.W.H L4827 1/48 Su-27UB “Flanker C” Heavy Fighter

www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?/topic/311174-great-wall-hobby-gwh-l4827-148-su-27ub-“flanker-c”-heavy-fighter/page/27/#comments
 

stannislas

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Thanks ... looks very much like this one in 1/48 ;)

Great Wall Hobby G.W.H L4827 1/48 Su-27UB “Flanker C” Heavy Fighter

www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?/topic/311174-great-wall-hobby-gwh-l4827-148-su-27ub-“flanker-c”-heavy-fighter/page/27/#comments
LoL, you are right

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Chinamil logo is not real though:oops:
 

supercat

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Just a nice picture:
 

xyqq

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Just a nice picture:
More than just a nice picture, but showing the compatibility between imported Su-30MK2 and indigenous PL-12 missiles.

This Su-30MK2 also carried two PL-12 missiles but at the center-line. Their blue color indicates that they are training missiles (it is not clear whether the missiles in the quoted post are for training or real).

Su-30-PL12-center.jpg

Under-wing configuration (two missiles of different color schemes: one is similar to those in the quoted post, and the other seems a real missile):

Su-30-PL12-wing.jpg

Two jets of different missile configurations (centerline vs. under-wing) took off together:

Su-30x2-PL12.jpg

They flew in a formation:

Su-30-PL12-configurations.jpg
 
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