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  1. This vid seems to show that the Syrian Air Force is employing more than L-39’s to attack syrian positions. The bombs in the following vid look like they were dropped from high altitude and judging by the size of the explosions I doubt that they were small enough to be employed from an L-39. Any idea what type of ordinance is being dropped?

  2. Ciao David, complimenti per gli articoli e per il blog. Una curiosita’: quale corso hai frequentato, Accademia o AUC? AArn o AAra? In che anno?
    Leo
    Lt.Col. ITA AF AAra (Res)

    • Ciao,
      non ne ho idea perché è un pò che non vado a Trapani ma sinceramente non vedo perché non dovrebbero usarlo. E’ quello dai tempi del 104, e il nominativo radio è una di quelle tradizioni a cui i reparti sono particolarmente legati.

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