To moze i ja cos ten tego
Serbscy modelarze,czyli zrób sobie miga w szopie http://dragan.freeservers.com/agresija/m18.htm
Serbskie zdobycze wojennehttp://www.geocities.com/jkrv_102nd_yu_sqn/galerija3/index.htm
Czy ktoś wiedział,ze pozwalalismy sie bawić naszymi migami 29 Izraelczykom http://kfir.hobbyvista.com/mig-29.htm
Dodatkowo opis tej historii niestety po angielsku:
Ari Ben-Menashe - the former Israeli National Security Adviser to the Shamir government who later worked for Maxwell - had established a "good working relationship with Polish intelligence". He later claimed that a Polish general "close to the head of the WSI" received US $1 million after agreeing to write-off the MIG as no longer airworthy.
"The money was paid into a Citibank account in New York. The plane had only recently arrived at Gdansk from its Russian aircraft factory. The fighter was dismantled, placed in crates marked "agricultural machinery" and flown to Tel Aviv. There the plane was reassembled and test-flown by the Israeli air force so that its pilots could know how to counter the MIG-29s in service with Syria", Ben-Menashe told me.
The Stasi files reveal how a routine inventory of aircraft supplied by Moscow to Warsaw Pact countries uncovered the theft some weeks after the plane had reached Israel.
The Stasi files describe how, after the theft was discovered, a strong protest was made by the Kremlin to the Israeli government.
"It was supported by a threat to stop the exodus of Jews from the Soviet Union", one Stasi file records.
The Israeli government, its air force having fully tested the MIG-29, apologised profusely for the "mistaken zeal of officers acting unofficially".
The aircraft was once more disassembled and returned to Gdansk in its original packing cases.
By then the WSI general was living in America, his US Ł1 million securely lodged. Before the plane was returned by Israel, its government had agreed that an American air force inspection team could check-out the MIG before it was returned to Gdansk.