JH-7/JH-7A/JH-7B Thread


by78

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Re-posting a lost image.

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xyqq

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In the following set of pictures just released, most have serial numbers.

1. 82755:

JH7A-82755.jpg

2. 82653:

JH-7A-82653.jpg

3. 82852:

JH7A-82852.jpg

But the JH-7A below has its serial number erased. Though the original notes state that all planes belong to Northern Theater Command, this one's location is more south than the above's (note the green trees in January).

JH-7A-noSN.jpg

The shape of mountains viewed from the hangar seems to suggest the southern region instead:

JH-7A-hangar.jpg
 
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Atomicfrog

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In the following set of pictures just released, most have serial numbers.

1. 82755:

View attachment 68031

2. 82653:

View attachment 68032

3. 82852:

View attachment 68033

But the JH-7A below has its serial number erased. Though the original notes state that all planes belong to Northern Theater Command, this one's location is more south than the above's (note the green trees in January).

View attachment 68034

The shape of mountains viewed from the hangar seems to suggest the southern region instead:

View attachment 68038
Nice a rare picture of the undercarriage closing, never seen before that they are turning wild when closing ! Thx !
 

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