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emckinney06 Mar 2022 4:50 p.m. PST

When the Soviets Built a Perfect Though Useless Tank Buster | The Yak-9T and NS-37 story

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(This guy's father flew MiG-23 for the Soviet Air Force. "From a young age, I not only knew the MiG-23 from the outside, but from inside the cockpit as well, since I played in there whenever I had a chance." His MiG-27 video has an unbelievably cute photo of him around age 4, wearing his father's flight helmet, his father holding him in front of his MiG-23.)

Black Bull07 Mar 2022 1:24 a.m. PST

But the Big Gun Yaks weren't used to shoot tanks.

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