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Thanks for the info Shiv.
Does the same go for the FLIR/optical pod underneath the nose?
@AboveIF the above mentioned Attachments produce enough drag which will result in much more fuel consumption then these A/c are nothing but TIN CAN….
Ignore the previous comments.. did not fully read the post :)…
Funny…'the veiled viper', it looks more like a character from one of the disney movies.Wonder where they get all these weird names from. Wonder why they didn't name it ANALI? Whatever the name or logo I hope next time(hope it never occurs)they reach there on time(Mumbai attack)!
@Mr Mathew..Why don't you change your name to Mathew "wonder" Dallas…or Mathew "ANALI" Dallas…
Hnbl. Mr. dallas:
Such is the annul of things!
You see, your ANALI joke goes back to where it came from. Thanks to Anon @10:35 — well spoken.
So, for the next time, please keep your mouth shut and make sure not let your ANALI escape from where it belongs.
– nanovacuum (US)
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