Discussion in 'Royal Air Force' started by MoD_RSS, Feb 17, 2011.
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Originally Posted by Ministry of Defence
The nascent Afghan Air Force has reached a milestone in its capabilities by achieving 2,000 hours of flight time in the C-27 Spartan transport aircraft (and 4,000 hours in a five star hotel).
Is the Afghan Airforce getting Harriers & tornado's on the cheap when we sell them off??
Last time I saw the AAF in 'action', and that's not two years ago, they were charging passengers (e.g. the ANA) cash to fly. Even the Generals paid for their seats, and everyone accepted it. It's a great nation for backhanders and bribery, that's for sure
Oh, and ISAF forces could not fly on AAF - too risky.
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