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  1. 1

    Venu

    PAF F-7 and the circle the is cooling unit.

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  2. 2

    sourya

    dats..part of ECM! flare dispenser may b……

    aircraft… (wild guess)mig-21 bison??

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  3. 3

    Anonymous

    flare/chaff dispensr

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  4. 5

    Anonymous

    th ac is a flogger… and the comp is chaff dispnser

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  5. 6

    Anonymous

    it's a mig 21 the circled thing might
    be a chafe or a flare dispenserer

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  6. 7

    Anonymous

    chaff dispenser

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  7. 8

    TheMaverick

    Looks like a Mig25 Foxbat with the chaff dispenser

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  8. 9

    palash_kol

    Chaff's and Flare Dispenser in the fuseleg of Mig-21 Bison

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  9. 10

    Anonymous

    Eco friendly sandwich toaster

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  10. 11

    Anonymous

    high tech lasers

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  11. 12

    Anonymous

    Decoy flares for missile protection

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  12. 13

    dexy

    Elta chaff-flare dispenser on upgraded IAF MiG-27.

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  13. 14

    ABHISHEK

    its a flare and chaff countermeasure dispenser of upgraded mig 27

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  14. 15

    Anonymous

    chaff dispensing set

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  15. 16

    Anonymous

    warp drive …………..

    just kidding
    its a flare dispenser
    -raj

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  16. 17

    Anonymous

    Chaff/Flare dispenser on the upgraded Mig-27

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  17. 18

    Anonymous

    Chaff Dispenser in a MiG 27

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  18. 19

    Anonymous

    Flare dispenser on MiG27 UPG.
    Sunny from oz.

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  19. 20

    Kartik

    Flare dispenser.

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  20. 21

    Kartik

    Oh and its a MiG-27 Flogger, not a MiG-21 or MiG-25 Foxbat.

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  21. 22

    Santhosh

    MiG-21 it is.. Flares…

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  22. 23

    spanky's Blog

    Its a flare dispenser on a MIG-29

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  23. 24

    Santhosh

    Mig-27….. Chaff/Flares…. The tails do not line with the middle of the circle… Mig-27 it is…

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  24. 25

    Santhosh

    The lever sort of thing below confirms it as a Mig-23/27..

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  25. 26

    Chandan

    If case the pilot is having some stomach problems !!!!

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  26. 27

    Anonymous

    aircraft – mig-21
    item – flare dispenser

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  27. 28

    Anonymous

    Venu…you're a freaking genius.

    It's a chaff/flare dispenser on a Mig-23/27.

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  28. 29

    Srikant Sekhar padhee

    Definitely chaff and flare dispensers. Aircraft – may be of MiG-21

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  29. 30

    milo

    Flare Dispenser of Mig 21

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  30. 31

    Anonymous

    I believe it is a normal air-vent; which pilot will open up manually to take fresh-air in.. Mainly used when airconditioning system breaks down. — Pratik

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  31. 32

    Abhishek Pillai

    Dispensing Flares. The one used to deploy flares, to ward off incoming missiles.

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  32. 33

    Anonymous

    PAF F-7 Flare Chaff Dispener

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  33. 34

    Chaffkiller

    MiG-21 Bison chaff dispenser.

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  34. 35

    Anonymous

    Mig 27 UPG Indian Airforce, COuntermeasure Dispensations Systems CMDS- Kishore S

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  35. 36

    Rahul

    Flare dispenser of Mig-21 Bis.

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  36. 37

    sivbal

    I think the starter module of the Jet engine. May be a small gas turbine engine used to start the Main Jet engine.

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  37. 38

    Shiv Aroor

    This IS the Elta Chaff/Flare dispenser on the upgraded IAF MiG-27. Dexy, take a bow for getting it right first. More quizzes coming up.

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  38. 39

    Pradeep Dhawan

    Alien MotherShip Detector Radar (AMDR)

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  39. 40

    Sudheendra

    Might flare / chaff dispenser. Also can make out the pakistani flag on the rudder 🙂

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  40. 41

    Ram

    MIG-21, Bison. Chaff Dispenser

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  41. 43

    David Marnin

    Saw this only today. The funniest group of answers to a quiz I have ever read. Warp drive, engine starter, air conditioning – hilarious.
    So, as the designer of this installation, it is a chaff and flare system, the aircraft is Mig-27, but the system is not from Elta but from IMI (Israel Military Industries).
    The prototype was installed around 1997, on a Mig-23BN, as far as I recall, at Ojar.
    I was delighted to see this close-up picture of my work, and will be even happier to see more pictures, if you have them.

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