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  1. Has anyone seen this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFSNRmicF5A&feature=youtu.be It was posted just few days ago on 14th December. Good to see that at least something (video evidence) remains from those days and not everything was destroyed after closing down Constant Peg in 1988. The person posting this video is the author of the Red Eagles book about MiG’s in the US, the 4477th test squadron. It is a fantastic book by Steve Davies!!! One surviving MiG-23MS is on show in its original aggressor colours. Only the pilot name was deleted and the nose cone replaced with a new one on Number 39. All the colours are original for 4477 test squadron operation! Aircraft 44 is (was) surviving on a weapons range also. Hope one day more will be displayed. Interesting to read in the book how different spare parts were acquired from MiG operator nations during Cold War!!! This video is only the start, there is more to follow! Best regards Gabor
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