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Old fighter planes - sold or scrapped

Furlanìe

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[/div]The Ministry of Defence has decided to dispose of 50 of its older fighters planes to make room for a modernisation of its air fleet.

Since the fighters, although certainly aged, have served well the Grand Duchy, and are still fully functional today, and even lightly upgraded in technology by our engineers in the 2000s, the Airforce decided to propose an open sale before scrapping them.

are 50 in total, originally built in the 70s, and are sold at very low prices.

Anyone interested is free to contact the Ministry for orders or further information.
 

Crotobaltislavonia

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The Crotobaltislavonian Air Force is interested in purchasing these aircraft contingent on trainers being provided to teach our pilots how to fly the aircraft.

Thank you.
 

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
CONTINENTAL REPUBLIC OF SYLVANIA

The Continental Air Force is willing to purchase these planes at a fair price for the purposes of turning the fighters into drones to be used for training.

Glenn Dahlberg
Director of Defense
 
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