Talk:Air Force One

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Revision as of 06:59, 24 May 2010 by Bthebest (talk | contribs)

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It looks like the mig might actually be a SU-27. The larger nose and angle down from the cockpit forward looks more like the Flanker.

I agree the nose looks deceiving, but a few points distinguish it.
  • First - behind the cockpit the SU-27 goes flat, then down. On this photo the rear fuselage goes down at a constant angle.
  • Second - The wing placement is slightly different on the SU-27, the root stretched further forward.
  • Third - The forward underside on a Mig-29 is flat then curves up to the nose. An SU-27 drops down before curving up.
I don't mean to shoot you down, I welcome opinions, but i'm just explaining why it is a Mig-29. Bthebest 12:59, 24 May 2010 (UTC)