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In Poland, the MiG-29 fighter jet crashed the Air Force of the country

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In Poland, another fighter crash of the Polish Air Force MiG-29 took place. The fighter crashed in the Mazovian province, the pilot managed to eject. The official representative of the General Command of the Armed Forces of the Republic, Marek Pawlak, told reporters about this.


In Poland, the MiG-29 fighter jet crashed the Air Force of the country

Photos from the crash site


According to the official statement of the Ministry of National Defense of Poland, the fighter of the Air Force of the country made a training flight. The collapse took place in the region of Węgrow in the Mazovian Region. The plane crashed to the ground, and then caught fire. The fighter pilot managed to eject.

He was found. It is in good condition. He was taken to the hospital for examination. That's all i know now


- declared the official representative Marek Pawlak.

Rescuers and firefighters who are engaged in fire extinguishing work at the crash site. The reasons for the crash of the aircraft have not been established, a special commission is being created that will investigate the incident.

According to preliminary information, the MiG-29 fighter belongs to the air base park in Minsk-Mazowiecki.

This is not the first accident of the MiG-29 fighter in the Polish Air Force. Over the past two years, two MiGs have been lost. December 18 2017 fighter MiG-29 Polish Air Force crashed near Minsk Mazowiecki, the pilot ejected and remained alive. 6 July 2018, the Polish Air Force MiG-29 crashed in the Warmia-Mazury province of the country, the pilot ejected, but died.

Earlier, the Polish Ministry of National Defense announced plans to purchase American F-35 fighter jets, including to replace "obsolete and unreliable Soviet MiG-29 and Su-22 fighters."
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  1. Lieutenant Senior
    Lieutenant Senior 4 March 2019 16: 54 New
    +6
    For nefig. Spend money on American Fu, there is nothing to fly on ours))
    1. Borik
      Borik 4 March 2019 17: 14 New
      12
      It is interesting what percentage of malleability will be in American aircraft after the same period of operation that our migrants flew off.
      1. skif8013
        skif8013 4 March 2019 17: 30 New
        +3
        Are you sure that they will be able to take off after such a resource development?
      2. Kurare
        Kurare 4 March 2019 17: 31 New
        11
        Quote: Borik
        I wonder what percentage of ductility will be in American aircraft

        hi You are talking about things that cannot be compared. Americans repair their aircraft at manufacturers, and the Poles themselves, and even without a license. Many fly, routine maintenance is mediocre, spare parts are singed.
        In any case, you should first find out the reason for the fall, otherwise we guess on the coffee grounds. The pilot is alive - and that's good. The ejection seat "Zvezda" is, as always, the guarantor of salvation and ultima ratio.
        1. kapitan92
          kapitan92 4 March 2019 19: 59 New
          +3
          Quote: Kurare
          You are talking about things that cannot be compared. Americans repair their aircraft at manufacturers, and the Poles themselves, and even without a license. Many fly, routine maintenance is mediocre, spare parts are singed.


          Modernization of MiG-29 fighters in Poland

          bmpd
          July 30th, 2013
          According to the Polish web resource www.altair.com.pl, on July 29, 2013, the first Polish MiG-23 fighter flew to the 23rd tactical air base (29. Baza Lotnictwa Taktycznego) of the Polish Air Force at the Minsk-Mazowiecki airfield (onboard number "89 red"), modernized at the 2nd military aircraft repair plant (Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze nr 2 - WZL-2) in Bydgoszcz. Deliveries of the remaining 15 MiG-29 fighters scheduled for modernization to the 23rd airbase should be completed by the end of 2014.

          The Ministry of National Defense of Poland signed a contract with the WZL-2 plant for the repair and modernization of on-board equipment for 16 MiG-29 aircraft of the country's air force (13 single and three combat training MiG-29UB) on August 12, 2011 in the amount of 126 million zlotys ($ 40 million) . Repair and modernization should extend the life of these machines until 2028.

          https://bmpd.livejournal.com/579604.html

          This aircraft (serial number 2960526389) was delivered in 1989 from the USSR to the Czechoslovak Air Force, where it bore the side number "8906", then passed to the Czech Air Force, and in December 1995 was received by the Polish Air Force among nine former Czech MiG-29s and one MiG-29UB in exchange for 11 Polish-made W-3A helicopters. Minsk-Mazovetsky, 29.07.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX (c) www.altair.com.pl
          Probably one of the 9 Czech fighters that crashed. hi
        2. kit88
          kit88 4 March 2019 23: 36 New
          +1
          Quote: Kurare
          Many fly, routine maintenance is mediocre, spare parts are singed.

          I did not understand what it means "routine maintenance is mediocre".
          There is a PTO where it says WHAT to do. There is an RTE where it says HOW to do. They didn’t seem to invent another.
          1. Kurare
            Kurare 5 March 2019 10: 11 New
            0
            Quote: kit88
            I did not understand what it means "routine maintenance is mediocre".

            Regular / routine routine maintenance is really in order. But there are works that can only be done by the manufacturer. But the Poles do not.
    2. venik
      venik 4 March 2019 19: 00 New
      0
      Quote: Lieutenant Senior
      For nefig. Spend money on American Fu, there is nothing to fly on ours))

      ==================
      Yes, hi buy !!! Instead of "unreliable" Soviet MiG-29s, they will fight on "reliable" American F-35s !!!
      True, such "entertainment" will cost them more ... Well, and figs with them, with "proud pshekami" .....
      1. maximum 8
        maximum 8 4 March 2019 20: 32 New
        0
        I didn’t think that the Poles were still flying on the MiG-29. It seems like they bought 48 F-16s. Who knows how many aircraft are in service with the Polish Air Force in general, not just the MiG-29?
        1. Nikolay Ivanov_4
          Nikolay Ivanov_4 6 March 2019 04: 12 New
          -2
          36 f-16, 12 training f-16d, 26 mig-29, 6 mig-29UB, 12Su-22, 6 training su-22, 8 Italian combat training Aermacchi M-346 (another 8 ordered), as seen in pilot training due attention is paid to all aircraft equipped with training options in sufficient quantities.
  2. Teberii
    Teberii 4 March 2019 16: 55 New
    +2
    Until we break everything down, we will not repair it, we will buy new ones. The West will help us.
    1. loki565
      loki565 4 March 2019 17: 28 New
      +1
      Koenno will buy F16 at the price of two migraines))) although practice shows that the MIG21 monstison may well bring down the F16
      1. tlauicol
        tlauicol 4 March 2019 17: 44 New
        0
        Quote: loki565
        Koenno will buy F16 at the price of two migraines))) although practice shows that the MIG21 monstison may well bring down the F16

        According to the Indians
      2. Keyser soze
        Keyser soze 4 March 2019 17: 58 New
        0
        Koenno will buy F16 at the price of two flashes)


        Since you hang out here, you can probably tell me how much the flying hour costs on F16 Block 52 / 70 and on Mig29 and how much does it cost to support two planes for the entire life cycle? And you can add how much the flying resource of the engines and it will tell you what is cheaper to roll.
        1. maximum 8
          maximum 8 4 March 2019 20: 26 New
          +3
          You need to compare analogs, not 29-year-old Mig-35s, with the latest version of the F-16. Then let's compare the very first F-16 model with the Mig-35. And let's see how much 1 hour flight on a MiG-35 is cheaper than 1 hour flight on The first version of the F-16 30 years ago.
          1. Keyser soze
            Keyser soze 4 March 2019 21: 37 New
            -1
            how much is 1 an hour flight on a Mig-35 cheaper


            Let's. Write in which armies are used and what are the costs in its life cycle.
      3. Nikolay Ivanov_4
        Nikolay Ivanov_4 6 March 2019 04: 20 New
        -3
        In fact, the Yak-3 will fire its cannon against the F-16 (so the possibility of being destroyed by an obsolete model, a newer vehicle, does not mean that the old one is better) as an example - the IS-2 tank drove up to Abrams from behind and hit him a couple of times with its 122 projectile, either disable the engine, or even hitting the ammunition rack placed in the aft niche of the tower will detonate it in FIG, laughing but it doesn’t follow at all from the fact that since he can destroy Abrams, that he is better than him (just like in the case of the Mig-21, of course, he and the Su-30MK can be shot down at close range and that, let’s Mig- again 21 release?)
  3. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 4 March 2019 16: 55 New
    +4
    Well, the wear and tear is incredible - why be surprised?
    1. Irokez
      Irokez 4 March 2019 17: 19 New
      +2
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      "outdated and unreliable Soviet fighters MiG-29 and Su-22"

      It’s like in India, everything that falls bad and unreliable, that is, it’s not us who is guilty, but the country the producer made such bullshit.
  4. Nestorych
    Nestorych 4 March 2019 16: 57 New
    13
    Fulfilled the last duty to the motherland, self-destructed.)))
    1. PalBor
      PalBor 4 March 2019 17: 10 New
      +9
      Precisely, Soviet planes do not want to serve in NATO.
      1. Nestorych
        Nestorych 4 March 2019 17: 11 New
        +4
        They don’t like them there, but a kind word is even pleasant for a cat.)))
      2. Keyser soze
        Keyser soze 4 March 2019 17: 53 New
        +2
        Precisely, Soviet planes do not want to serve in NATO.


        They don’t want to serve on the plane, but RSK Mig sells service and parts and has to fly .... Last year, RSK paid 40-50 millions of euros there for technical support and dvig.

        Kindergarten pancake ....
        1. maximum 8
          maximum 8 4 March 2019 20: 29 New
          +1
          Have to fly? Does someone make you? And you wanted maintenance and repair to be done for free?
          1. Keyser soze
            Keyser soze 4 March 2019 21: 41 New
            0
            Have to fly? Does someone make you? And you wanted maintenance and repair to be done for free?


            Hello Ivan! Have you accidentally noticed which quotes I answered? No. Let's go again. And tell me also how Soviet equipment (C300) serves NATO and Greece? With pleasure, with displeasure or just like that ...

            Because if С400 will serve with displeasure to the Turks, they have bad business ... laughing
    2. Patriot5000
      Patriot5000 4 March 2019 20: 27 New
      +1
      anyway, sorry for the car
  5. Bomb
    Bomb 4 March 2019 17: 01 New
    +2
    With Pshekovo service, any equipment is not reliable. It’s better to let the apples be picked, although they only need to feed the pigs apples. Our and Serbian's most delicious =)
    1. AlexVas44
      AlexVas44 4 March 2019 17: 17 New
      +3
      I will not say about the current attitude to technology, but during the years of the Warsaw Pact, it was possible to envy. But how not to relate to technology, resource development, problems with spare parts give an appropriate result.
    2. loki565
      loki565 4 March 2019 17: 26 New
      +4
      In fact, the Poles are good business executives, we are trying to take Polish agricultural equipment, it is quite high-quality.
  6. loki565
    loki565 4 March 2019 17: 24 New
    +2
    No maintenance - no fighter, logically)))
  7. Simferopol
    Simferopol 4 March 2019 17: 24 New
    -7
    It is a pity that the pilot did not decommunize
  8. faiver
    faiver 4 March 2019 17: 35 New
    0
    He was found. He is in good condition
    - translation difficulties? laughing
  9. 2329 Carpenter
    2329 Carpenter 4 March 2019 17: 57 New
    0
    Mazovian forests = for a long time the land of sorcerers, witches and other evil spirits.
    Maybe the wrong thread whistled, or a terrible picture was hanged by the pilot ... Here I checked the catapult, burn it with blue fire, dog krev ...
    laughing
  10. Thrifty
    Thrifty 4 March 2019 18: 11 New
    +1
    The plane did not want to fly on apple juice, and decided to "end the service in the ranks of the Polish aviation" !!! lol
  11. SS-18 Satan
    SS-18 Satan 4 March 2019 18: 15 New
    +3
    I apologize .. I must express my sympathy for the death of the death of the pilot of the country .. which is a likely adversary of our country, a Russophobic state. Who sleeps and sees the collapse of Russian statehood. or it would be better to say that Moscow has now become warmer. -1 frost.
    1. shura7782
      shura7782 4 March 2019 22: 05 New
      0
      Quote: SS-18 Satan
      which is a likely adversary of our country

      I would add that they have become such voluntarily and without coercion.
  12. LAWNER
    LAWNER 4 March 2019 19: 02 New
    0
    The "last shield" of Europe is preparing popular opinion for the purchase of F-35s. The last time they were going to buy almost a hundred used F-16s. But four military budgets at a time turned out to be expensive ... And they still have to revive the Navy ... The youngest submarine has been in operation there for more than 40 years ... And the last ship is about 20 years old ... If I'm not mistaken ...
  13. northern
    northern 4 March 2019 19: 51 New
    +3
    The pilot is alive - the flight was a success.
  14. Patriot5000
    Patriot5000 4 March 2019 20: 29 New
    0
    they’ll just buy f35. few will buy. and where are the pilots? in a construction battalion or motorized shooters?
    1. Rzzz
      Rzzz 5 March 2019 01: 57 New
      -1
      Used F-35 is not seemingly for sale yet.
  15. 3vs
    3vs 4 March 2019 21: 22 New
    0
    Rose on apples, let the F-35 buy.
  16. orionvitt
    orionvitt 4 March 2019 22: 06 New
    0
    He was found.
    Well, yes, it seems that they were looking in Siberia, and not in Poland, where getting lost is very problematic.
    1. IL-18
      IL-18 5 March 2019 00: 02 New
      0
      And soon Poland will be even larger in size. Due to Western Ukraine.
      1. orionvitt
        orionvitt 5 March 2019 15: 45 New
        0
        At the expense of western Ukraine is not a pity. Let them take it.
        1. IL-18
          IL-18 5 March 2019 17: 27 New
          0
          I generally drum.
  17. Adimius38
    Adimius38 5 March 2019 06: 57 New
    +1
    Yes, Poland has THERE REALLY TRAIN, because only Russia can restore and bring a fighter into airworthiness, and they repair their twinks by buying accessories at a flea market. From this and the unreliability of the machine.
    1. Simon
      Simon 6 March 2019 06: 51 New
      0
      Let them buy the F-35, it seems they have a lot of money, once the Americans build the base. Apparently they want to make money on apples, only to whom they will sell, Russia has already refused. wink
  18. Nexcom
    Nexcom 5 March 2019 13: 42 New
    +1
    By chance, during the Soviet era, ours didn’t do any afforestation there?
    And then again, birch or something else ...
  19. Simon
    Simon 6 March 2019 06: 46 New
    0
    The Polish Ministry of National Defense announced plans to purchase American F-35 fighters, including to replace "outdated and unreliable Soviet MiG-29 and Su-22 fighters."
    [Quote] [/ quote]
    We would be friends with Russia, would carry out a major overhaul of instant and dryers - it would have been much cheaper than buying expensive F-35s. fool
    1. Nexcom
      Nexcom 6 March 2019 07: 46 New
      0
      I had a chance to work there for six months under one European contract - nationalism there received a new boost. They only need one thing from Russia - compensation for the Soviet period (like they insulted them immensely), grab territories from Ukraine (for Russia to agree) and constantly repent - for Katyn, for IL-62 (many Polish pilots beat them because of self-made engine repair - but to blame, by definition, Russia, more precisely the USSR), for Smolensk, ....... In short, we, by definition, owe them everything (in their opinion). Alas, this is so.
  20. Simon
    Simon 6 March 2019 06: 54 New
    0
    Quote: IL-18
    And soon Poland will be even larger in size. Due to Western Ukraine.

    In, in! As slaves. They just do not have enough free slave to collect strawberries and apples on the fields. laughing
    1. Nexcom
      Nexcom 6 March 2019 07: 48 New
      0
      Of course, how will this arrogant shamanism of the SAMO be picking up kububnik and apples ?? Yes you what! This is not a gentleman’s business. You can’t even think!