a technical question about an elderly fighter still used in North Korea :
MiG-17 or shenyang J-5A of North Korea Air Force, I noticed that it has 4 hard points for bombs connected to the fuselage
from the minute 2:26
2 hard points for fuselage bombs I've already seen them on the Egyptian Mig-17
but have never seen 4 , this could be a change made in DPRK ?
Curious but sure remains in service only 30 FT-2/Mig 15UTI but only for trainingMig 15's have been in North Korea Service for sometime. In 1953 Kenneth H. Rowe then No Kum-sok a Lt. in the North Korean Airforce defected from North Korea to the South and US taking with him This Mig. It was Trialed by Chuck Yeager where it was discovered not to be super sonic.
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