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English: Sukhoi Su-27UB - 75 BLUE (cn 96310418207) The flight of Ukrainian AF Lt. General Vasiliy Nikiforov and Commander of the 187th Fighter Wing of the Alabama National Guard Lt. Colonel Scott Patton (at the rear seat) during the 'Safe Skies-2011', the joint military exercises of Ukrainian, US and Polish air forces.
Date 22 July 2011
Author Oleg Belyakov
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