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Algerian Air Force receives the first batch of MiG-29M/MiG-29M2

Posted 2 November 2020 · Add Comment

The Algerian Air Force has received the first batch of MiG-29M/MiG-29M2 fighter aircraft from Russia, reports menadefense.net.

 

The fighters were delivered disassembled and are now being prepared for their first flights at the Oran airbase, and will replace MiG-29S aircraft operational in the Algerian Air Force’s 193rd fighter squadron.

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