Poland is returning its RSK MiG-29 “Fulcrum” fighter aircraft to flight status after it was grounded for much of 2019. Senior Polish commanders and Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak met with MiG-29 pilots at Minsk Mazowiecki, the aircraft’s main operating base, on Nov. 25 and confirmed the aircraft would return to front-line service. Flights by the Russian-made combat aircraft were halted in March after a swathe of accidents in which four fighters were lost in just 15 ...

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