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Luftwaffenmuseum 5
Germany

Nach der Wiedervereinigung besaß die Luftwaffe der Bundesrepublik Deutschland als einziges NATO-Mitglied Kampfflugzeuge vom Typ MIG 29. Später wurden alle Maschinen, bis auf eine, an die Luftstreitkräfte Polens übergeben. Das einzige nicht verkaufte Flugzeug ist hier ausgestellt.

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Uploaded: 04/12/2012
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