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tphuang

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I believe these are pictures of J-10 from Tibet. They should be from the 44th division. Can you guys see exactly what the serial numbers on these aircraft are? The first one looks like 53052? Can anyone see the J-10s in the second one?
 

escobar

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Are these picture taken during a recent exercice in tibet?

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Hyperwarp

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Good to see the J-10 with PL-12 flying in numbers, unlike previous images where they carried manly PL-11 with a few exceptions
 

franco-russe

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tphuang;175568I believe these are pictures of J-10 from Tibet. They should be from the 44th division. Can you guys see exactly what the serial numbers on these aircraft are? The first one looks like 53052? Can anyone see the J-10s in the second one?[/QUOTE said:
These confounded yellow numbers are very difficult to read except on very sharp photos. The only number I am sure of 9s 50652, where it is even possible to read that it is J10-0409, so they got a new one from Lot 04. It is of course Chengdu MR’s 44 Ftr Div 131 Regt Luliang.

Since this was the first J-10 regiment, the planes are exceptionally well known. Known serials are J-10 50551, 50552, 50553, 50554, 50555, 50556, 30557, 50558, 30559, 50650, 50651, 50652, 50653, 30654, 50655, 50656, 50657, 50658, 50659, 50750, 50751, 50752, 50753 and J-10S 50755, 50756, 50757, 50758.
 
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