MiG-21 Retirement Delayed
India's MiG-21, the combat aircraft that has crashed so often it is called the “flying coffin,” will remain in service two years longer than planned. The aircraft has been in service more than half a century and had been scheduled to retire by 2017. But after delays to the Indian air force's...
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