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Aisha Farouk - the first female fighter pilot of the Pakistan Air Force

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Aisha Farouk - the first female fighter pilot of the Pakistan Air Force

26-year-old Ayesha Farooq (Ayesha Farooq) is the first female fighter pilot of the Pakistan Air Force. In an interview with DW, she tells how difficult it was to follow the path of mastering this profession which was considered to be originally male.


- What inspired you to choose such a profession?

- When I was a child, I really liked the uniform. This was my initial inspiration. Years later, I got the opportunity to join the Air Force.

- Was it difficult to realize the dream?

- That was not easy. I think the first step is always the most difficult. There were people in my country who thought that this was not a woman’s business. I had to prove that my gender is not an obstacle for the fighter pilot profession. When I entered the Air Force, I had to prove to men that I was well versed in weapons and aircraft. When you are the only woman in the unit, all eyes are on you.

At first, everyone thought that I would not be able to realize my childhood dream. But I was ready to fight. My father died when I was three years old. Mother raised us in very difficult conditions. But this does not mean that my male colleagues put sticks in my wheels, on the contrary, the Pakistan Air Force is an excellent institution. My colleagues never gave in to me just because I was a woman, all my actions and achievements were evaluated objectively.

- How was the military training?

- It was very hard. At first, several people in the unit believed that I had nothing to do with this business. But their skepticism only stirred me up; I was becoming more and more determined. A fighter pilot is not an office job, you have to go through a lot of difficulties. We get up at 4 in the morning, and sometimes go to bed at midnight. In addition, there are night flights, etc. Even when we do not fly, we must keep ourselves in good physical and intellectual form.

- What was your first solo flight?

- It was the most memorable day in my life. It was a dream come true. It is simply impossible to describe what I was experiencing at that moment when the plane itself took off, as it were, but it was under my control.

- Are there still Pakistani girls who, like you, want to serve in the Air Force?

“I get calls from 10 to 12 every day from young girls who ask me how to join the Air Force. I feel even happier if the mothers of the girls call me and say that they would like their daughters to become fighter pilots.

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  1. Canep
    Canep 10 September 2013 11: 37 New
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    Another woman in non-female work. I would like to wish her good luck and not finish like Kara Khaltgrin.
    1. Canep
      Canep 10 September 2013 12: 48 New
      +1
      It would be better to fly on a "watermelon".
      1. a52333
        a52333 10 September 2013 15: 55 New
        +5
        And in the burqa. lol
        1. fedorovith
          fedorovith 10 September 2013 19: 29 New
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          The burqa covers the face, the net, used to be made of horsehair, and a scarf so as not to get tangled in its braids.
        2. PSih2097
          PSih2097 10 September 2013 22: 12 New
          +1
          Quote: a52333
          And in the burqa.

          in a scarf, she’s a headscarf (bandana) for SPN ...
    2. Vadivak
      Vadivak 10 September 2013 16: 27 New
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      Quote: Canep
      Another woman in non-female work


      There is such a job - to defend the homeland. (film officers) And no matter who does it, it would be a desire.

      Svetlana Evgenievna Savitskaya (born August 8, 1948, Moscow, USSR) is a Soviet cosmonaut, the second female astronaut in the world and the first female astronaut in the world to go into open space.

      . In 1976, she began working as a test pilot of the Rise of the USSR Ministry of Radioelectronic Industry. It performed flights on the MiG-21, E-155 (MiG-25), Su-7, Il-18, and Il-28 aircraft.

      From May 1978 to June 1981 she worked as a test pilot at the Moscow engineering plant "Speed" KB A.S. Yakovleva.

      In August 1980, she was sent to the detachment of cosmonauts. In June 1981, she was appointed astronaut-researcher from MMZ "Speed".



      Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1970). Cosmonaut of the USSR (1982). Twice Hero of the Soviet Union. Awarded the orders of the Red Banner and World War II, as well as medals.
      1. NEMO
        NEMO 10 September 2013 16: 39 New
        +6
        Quote: Vadivak
        There is such a job - to defend the homeland. (film officers) And no matter who does it, it would be a desire.
        Svetlana Evgenievna Savitskaya (born August 8, 1948, Moscow, USSR) is a Soviet cosmonaut, the second female astronaut in the world and the first female astronaut in the world to go into open space.

        There are even earlier examples of our female pilots:
        Zvereva Lidia Vissarionovna (1890-1916), the first Russian pilot.
        In June 1911, shortly after graduating from the aristocratic institute, Lydia entered the Gamayun Aviation School, which had just opened in Gatchina. And after a few weeks, the risky student for the first time takes off - albeit with an instructor.
        In August of the same year, the girl’s first independent flight took place. I managed to find information about him in a Petersburg newspaper. “At the Gatchina military airdrome, she was tested for the rank of pilot L.V. Zverev. At four o’clock in the morning several airmen, military pilots and many outsiders gathered at the airport. A brave airwoman calmly got into the Farman airplane and flew up to a height of fifty-sixty meters , described five eights in the air. Mrs. Zvereva managed to make a very accurate descent. "
        On August 23, 1911, Lydia was awarded the diploma of the pilot-aviator at number 31. And then he went to the aviator in a skirt for only 21 years. more details at http://dream-air.ru/forum/7-129-1
      2. Airman
        Airman 10 September 2013 17: 26 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Quote: Canep
        Another woman in non-female work


        There is such a job - to defend the homeland. (film officers) And no matter who does it, it would be a desire.

        Svetlana Evgenievna Savitskaya (born August 8, 1948, Moscow, USSR) is a Soviet cosmonaut, the second female astronaut in the world and the first female astronaut in the world to go into open space.

        . In 1976, she began working as a test pilot of the Rise of the USSR Ministry of Radioelectronic Industry. It performed flights on the MiG-21, E-155 (MiG-25), Su-7, Il-18, and Il-28 aircraft.

        From May 1978 to June 1981 she worked as a test pilot at the Moscow engineering plant "Speed" KB A.S. Yakovleva.

        In August 1980, she was sent to the detachment of cosmonauts. In June 1981, she was appointed astronaut-researcher from MMZ "Speed".



        Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1970). Cosmonaut of the USSR (1982). Twice Hero of the Soviet Union. Awarded the orders of the Red Banner and World War II, as well as medals.

        How could she be awarded the Order of the Patriotic War if she was born in 1948? Or have the order status been changed? After the Second World War, this order was assigned only to participants in the Second World War. I did not understand the humor.
        1. Narkom
          Narkom 10 September 2013 17: 40 New
          +3
          twice Hero of the Soviet Union (1982, 1984) (The only woman - twice Hero of the USSR).
          two orders of Lenin (1982, 1984).
          Order of the Badge of Honor (1976).
          Medal "For Merits in Space Exploration" (April 12, 2011) - for great merits in the field of research, development and use of outer space, many years of conscientious work, active social activity [1]
          Gold Medal and 18 FAI Diplomas.
          16 gold sports medals of the USSR.
          Special medal for setting the women's world record in outer space.

          She does not have a patriotic war.
        2. NEMO
          NEMO 10 September 2013 18: 11 New
          +2
          Quote: Povshnik
          How could she be awarded the Order of the Patriotic War if she was born in 1948? Or have the order status been changed? After the Second World War, this order was assigned only to participants in the Second World War. I did not understand the humor.

          Well, the author described, this does not reduce the significance of the heroic deed, and "formalism" here, in my opinion, is not appropriate, God forbid each of us to do at least half of the same for the good of the Motherland:
          Awards S. E. Savitskaya
          - twice Hero of the Soviet Union (1982, 1984) (The only woman - twice Hero of the USSR).
          - Two Orders of Lenin (1982, 1984).
          - Order of the Badge of Honor (1976).
          - medal "For Merits in Space Exploration" (April 12, 2011) - for great merits in the field of research, development and use of outer space, many years of conscientious work, active social activity [1]
          - Gold medal and 18 FAI diplomas.
          - 16 gold sports medals of the USSR.
          - A special medal for the establishment of a women's world record in outer space.
          Two small planets are named after her (asteroids): No. 4118 (Sveta) and No. 4303 (Savitskaya).
          1. Airman
            Airman 10 September 2013 18: 43 New
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            Quote: NEMO
            Quote: Povshnik
            How could she be awarded the Order of the Patriotic War if she was born in 1948? Or have the order status been changed? After the Second World War, this order was assigned only to participants in the Second World War. I did not understand the humor.

            Well, the author described, this does not reduce the significance of the heroic deed, and "formalism" here, in my opinion, is not appropriate,.

            I do not belittle Savitskaya’s merits, but such “inaccuracies” cause distrust of the author, and therefore a superficial knowledge of the article’s material.
            1. Vadivak
              Vadivak 10 September 2013 22: 07 New
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              Quote: Povshnik
              and hence to a superficial knowledge of the material of the article.


              I’ve got it from another pilot, I wanted to write about her, then I inserted an excerpt about Savitskaya, but I didn’t delete her. Inattention. I apologize
    3. Airman
      Airman 10 September 2013 18: 23 New
      +1
      Quote: Canep
      Another woman in non-female work. I would like to wish her good luck and not finish like Kara Khaltgrin.

      And what, in Pakistan, men have already ended? Marina Popovich and Savitskaya flew to establish world women's records, but did not serve in fighter aircraft (combat).
      1. postman
        postman 11 September 2013 00: 12 New
        +1
        Quote: Povshnik
        And what, in Pakistan, men have already ended?

        Let it be better to be "night witches" than to hang a dowager from a durie.
        There are more men than women ....
        Apparently quite
    4. PSih2097
      PSih2097 10 September 2013 22: 16 New
      +2
      Quote: Canep
      Another woman in non-female work. I would like to wish her good luck and not finish like Kara Khaltgrin.

      The streets of Grizodubova named after whom, Pavlichenko, Raskova, etc. ??? Moldagulova street is in almost every city - whose name is it named?
      1. Vadivak
        Vadivak 10 September 2013 22: 40 New
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        Quote: PSih2097
        faces of Grisodubova named after whom, Pavlichenko, Raskova, etc. ??? Moldagulova street is in almost every city - whose name is it named?


        Ekaterina Ivanovna Zelenko I live in eternal memory on the street of her name.
    5. pri3rak
      pri3rak 11 September 2013 00: 53 New
      +1
      And yet it’s not female work, oh not female
    6. xetai9977
      xetai9977 11 September 2013 11: 30 New
      +2
      Patriotism is not dependent on gender. A man loves the Motherland, and wants to serve it as he sees fit. You can only wish her success. There would be more patriots, and it does not matter if they are men or women.
  2. domokl
    domokl 10 September 2013 15: 43 New
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    Although the count on my head amuse, but physiology will put everything in its place. A female pilot, yes, a female pilot of a fighter-delirium. Unless of course a fighter is really a fighter, and not a flying exhibit of an air museum ...
    1. Andrew 447
      Andrew 447 10 September 2013 15: 48 New
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      And you, my friend, a gender chauvinist smile Maybe the young lady flies better than Pakistani macho laughing
      1. Avenger711
        Avenger711 10 September 2013 16: 58 New
        +9
        1) The fighter is designed based on the capabilities of selected men, the chance that a woman will have appropriate reaction and spatial orientation indicators is negligible, but there are isolated cases of confirmation, though they became known precisely because they were single, and hundreds of male pilots who didn’t less known to anyone.

        2) The hormone level in men is stable, in women it changes during the menstrual cycle with corresponding behavioral changes.

        3) Preparing a pilot is extremely expensive, and if a girl, one year after graduation, snuggles up to the comasco and claims to be pregnant (well, if she doesn’t get killed with the car before the diagnosis), or even more fun, she will do this a couple of months after the start of real hostilities ( and that is typical, the remaining pilots will understand and not condemn, because a woman should give birth to children, and not risk her life in the stratosphere), it will somehow not be very. Huge resources have been spent, but instead of return on combat duty, to hell.
      2. Stiletto
        Stiletto 10 September 2013 17: 20 New
        +4
        Quote: Andrew 447
        And you, my friend, a gender chauvinist


        Then write me down as chauvinists. Yes, there are women aviators, and even women snipers. All this has had (and is) a place to be. But, in my deep conviction, the purpose of a woman is to give life, not to take it. A fighter pilot is not a stewardess, he was originally focused on solving rather specific tasks. Plus, sickly overloads, sickly even for men. And a woman - to give birth. Let her still sit at the helm, and what? We have feminism, be it wrong ...
    2. Vadivak
      Vadivak 10 September 2013 16: 10 New
      +6
      Quote: domokl
      Although the count on my head amuse, but physiology will put everything in place.


      Take care of your head

      Lydia Litvyak made 150 sorties. In air battles, she personally shot down 6 enemy planes (1 Ju-87, 3 Ju-88, 2 Me-109) and 1 spotter balloon, as part of a group, shot down 6 more planes and 2 shot down. [

      1. Suhov
        Suhov 10 September 2013 16: 34 New
        +4
        Quote: Vadivak
        Lydia Litvyak

        Lydia (Lilia) Vladimir Litvyak (August 18, 1921 - August 1, 1943).
        Hero of the Soviet Union, fighter pilot, aviation commander, guard junior lieutenant.
        Died at the age of incomplete 22 years in the battle over the Mius Front.
      2. Jogan-xnumx
        Jogan-xnumx 10 September 2013 16: 38 New
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        personally shot down 6 planes ... and 1 spotter balloon, as part of a group shot down another 6 planes and 2 shot down.


        Shot down personally - I understand that. And as part of a group I shot down / knocked out ..., this, excuse me, how? request
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      5. IRBIS
        IRBIS 10 September 2013 16: 43 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        Lydia Litvyak made 150 sorties. In air battles, she personally shot down 6 enemy planes (1 Ju-87, 3 Ju-88, 2 Me-109) and 1 aerostat-spotter, as part of the group, she also shot down 6 planes and 2 knocked out

        Sorry, your comparison is not correct in this case. She flew on what, do not tell me? What were the speeds and overloads then?
        Therefore, I agree with domokl.
        1. Narkom
          Narkom 10 September 2013 16: 54 New
          +2
          up to 8G is not enough?
        2. Vadivak
          Vadivak 10 September 2013 22: 12 New
          +2
          Quote: IRBIS
          Sorry, your comparison is not correct in this case. She flew on what, do not tell me? What were the speeds and overloads then?


          I understand you, therefore, I gave the example of Savitskaya above. But believe me, on piston men lost consciousness from overload, and a rush of blood to the eyes (overlapping of the central artery of the retina - the part of the eye that receives and transmits visual images) and, as a result, loss of vision during maneuverable aerial combat is quite common in the 30-40s 3G may be enough.
      6. S-200
        S-200 10 September 2013 16: 46 New
        +1
        The beautiful girl was ... hi
      7. Suhov
        Suhov 10 September 2013 16: 51 New
        11
        Do you need to know the measure?

      8. domokl
        domokl 10 September 2013 17: 21 New
        +4
        And why cherish it? A comparison of rotorcraft and jet ... Correctly someone wrote here, there are cases, but they are rare. The female organ is not able to endure the same overloads as men. And modern fighter aircraft are not just overloads, these are super-capabilities organism.
        You give me Popovich as an example. She is more suitable as an example. Only she spoke openly and wrote, a woman cannot fly on equal terms in jet aircraft with men ...
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 10 September 2013 22: 14 New
          +1
          Quote: domokl
          You give me another Popovich as an example. It is more suitable as an example.


          I brought Savitskaya to you. She tested the MiG-25
        2. postman
          postman 11 September 2013 00: 35 New
          +2
          Quote: domokl
          The female organ is not able to tolerate the same overloads as men.

          I will disappoint you, this is not true.
          Nature does not create weaker sexes, she cannot afford such luxury. Men are stronger and physically more enduring; women are stronger and physiologically more enduring. They tolerate cold and hunger just as easily. and other loadshow much men heavy objects are easier to carry.
    3. Narkom
      Narkom 10 September 2013 16: 58 New
      +1
      and 586 IAP is like or 125 Guards BAP on Pe-2 ...
      1. Airman
        Airman 10 September 2013 17: 39 New
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        Quote: Narkom
        and 586 IAP is like or 125 Guards BAP on Pe-2 ...

        My dad served in 126 gbap under the command of the Guards. Colonel Zhivolup, and the same on PE-2. After the war, two regiments met together, I even have a photo, from the stories of my father after this meeting, the female regiment was very hard.
        1. Narkom
          Narkom 10 September 2013 17: 41 New
          +2
          the pawn was generally a difficult machine, but fought.
      2. Airman
        Airman 10 September 2013 21: 43 New
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        Quote: Narkom
        and 586 IAP is like or 125 Guards BAP on Pe-2 ...

        During the war, there were 3 women's regiments: Night bombers on the U-2 (PO-2), "purely" female, from pilots to mechanics and armed men. Fighter, female pilots, the rest of the personnel are mixed, and bomber, on PE-2, subsequently 125 gbap.
        1. Narkom
          Narkom 11 September 2013 07: 36 New
          +1
          586 Fighter Aviation Regiment (Yak-1)
          587 (125th Guards) Bomber Aviation Regiment (Pe-2)
          588 (46 guards Taman night bomber) light-bomber aviation regiment (U-2 (Po-2))
  3. S-200
    S-200 10 September 2013 16: 23 New
    +5
    So Pakistan fighter aviation ceased to be a HALAL ... crying
  4. almost demobil
    almost demobil 10 September 2013 16: 49 New
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    The photo in the cockpit is extremely unsuccessful, as if an empty jumpsuit with his head. And the airplane as ancient as de mo mammoth. Not impressive, cheap PR.
  5. Anatole Klim
    Anatole Klim 10 September 2013 16: 56 New
    +8
    Civilized Islam is better than dense Wahhabism, let Muslim girls fly on a fighter, than measure the belts of martyrs.
  6. albanech
    albanech 10 September 2013 17: 03 New
    +1
    God bless her! Good luck Health and strength! Proud of her courage! She showed weaklings (to some) men that not everything depended on them!
    1. almost demobil
      almost demobil 10 September 2013 17: 34 New
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      And why should we be proud of her? One must be proud that OUR women are not courageous, but feminine, and I don’t care about Pakistani people.
      1. albanech
        albanech 10 September 2013 17: 43 New
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        And you are proud of yours from the UK! I do not see the difference between women all over the world! Do not disgrace yourself with your comment! am I’m ashamed, comrade, probably not if it’s Mr. As an officer, I personally always bowed to women who defended and defend their homeland!
        1. almost demobil
          almost demobil 10 September 2013 18: 46 New
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          You are a newcomer to the site, so Mr. Comrade will teach you courtesy, tell your opponent “you”, you won’t be removed from the officer, and this is more to the officer. read at your leisure). Yes, and about the homeland you should not pomp your cheeks pompously, everyone’s homelands are different and it’s better to bow to your own.
  7. Max otto
    Max otto 10 September 2013 17: 21 New
    +3
    I don’t understand, like Pakistan, the country is pretty secular, and it seems like the first female president was there, and the first female pilot was also there, for Islamic countries, respectively. But in the country the mess is a mess, and the first radical Islamists with the Alkaida are also from there, why so?
    And good luck to her.
  8. individual
    individual 10 September 2013 17: 37 New
    +2
    Pakistan is a country of contrasts, now they are cultivating the Mujahideen of Afghanistan, they are creating and financing the Taliban among the Pashtuns, who are introduced to radical, medieval Islam and semi-legally assist Al Qaeda.
    But unexpectedly, the first woman in the Islamic world to appoint a woman Benazir Bhutto as Prime Minister.
    Now, the girl, a seemingly enslaved woman of the East, is making a completely democratic career as a military fighter pilot ...
  9. waisson
    waisson 10 September 2013 17: 40 New
    +1
    WE DO NOT BETTER EVERYTHING IS ALSO THE MOST-BUT AND HER LUCK IN ITS uneasy profession
  10. chistii20
    chistii20 10 September 2013 17: 43 New
    +2
    Yes let yourself fly
  11. albanech
    albanech 10 September 2013 17: 50 New
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    Quote: almost demob
    And why should we be proud of her? One must be proud that OUR women are not courageous, but feminine, and I don’t care about Pakistani people.


    Why then write this slag! Love women and take care! Do not talk and do not give women a reason to join the army! Immediately felt "weak warrior"! am Real officers will immediately understand what I mean!
    Read more! Improve yourself! Improve your education! I hope you understand these words! I wish to become a demobil!
  12. sergey72
    sergey72 10 September 2013 18: 05 New
    +6
    Svetlana Protasova Russian Air Force ...
    1. Alex 241
      Alex 241 11 September 2013 02: 02 New
      +2
      Natalia Malashenko - future military pilot
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  14. Black
    Black 10 September 2013 18: 33 New
    +1
    .... that's how I saw the "bar" performed by women ....
    It's tin !!!! Something we guys do not hold out, or something ... Some are lesbians, others in the ring with painted lips muzzle clean each other ...
    "Old-mode" smacks of, but I am strongly against !!!
  15. zennon
    zennon 10 September 2013 18: 34 New
    0
    Here they wrote very sensibly about the difference in physiology and not only. In general, it has long been noticed that only 2% of women can withstand the load secondary men. In general, a circus trick. At the level of a bear is great. Question: what about the hell?
  16. Narkom
    Narkom 10 September 2013 18: 58 New
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    http://www.airwar.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=973 вон их сколько. женщин пилотов
  17. almost demobil
    almost demobil 10 September 2013 19: 03 New
    +2
    Quote: albanech
    Read more! Improve yourself! Improve your education! I hope you understand these words! I wish to become a demobil!

    You’re ridiculous right, you’ll stick the little devils all the time, learn how to live, what a real officer should be like, pyzhitsya for some reason. Trying to earn points? So here it’s not schoolchildren discussing problems, but for the most part active and retired soldiers, you and your attempts at Tweety need laughing And on the demobilization I’ve already been 2 years, 29 years of service. Shorter smile.
  18. APASUS
    APASUS 10 September 2013 19: 21 New
    +3
    Profession for a woman is certainly rare not only for Pakistan. So, her name is Tatyana ... She is the first woman commander of a Russian aircraft. Passengers of Rossiya Airlines will now be able to hear a gentle female voice from the cockpit
    St. Petersburg. December 20. INTERFRAKS NORTH-WEST - Rossiya Airlines has hired the first female aircraft commander, the company’s press service said.
    The report notes that the first female pilot of "Russia" Tatyana Kazachkova so far for three years flew as a second pilot.
    "Tatyana made her first independent flight from St. Petersburg to Kiev and vice versa. Passengers of FV841 / 842 flights first heard a gentle female voice from the cockpit," the press service said.
  19. Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 10 September 2013 20: 08 New
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    I know and respect women who can compete with men, but all the same it is when the situation is normal. I was convinced many times when the situation gets out of control for women more difficult. They work more on emotions. Yes, no offense to you female love
    1. Apollo
      Apollo 10 September 2013 20: 26 New
      +2
      stock footage in the topic

  20. phantom359
    phantom359 10 September 2013 21: 19 New
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    Quote: Apollon
    stock footage in the topic


    Just a dune.
  21. DPN
    DPN 10 September 2013 21: 26 New
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    Life is changing, gradually women come out ahead, there is a struggle for equality, when they are engaged in barbell, wrestling and even *** what, so you should not be surprised. But in general, good luck to her, from the poor fell into the elite, not everyone is given.
  22. zennon
    zennon 10 September 2013 21: 26 New
    +1
    Well, actually a woman and the sky is a long time and for a long time. laughing
  23. DPN
    DPN 10 September 2013 21: 29 New
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    Let's hope that she will meet with our fighters only for a cup of tea.
  24. sashka
    sashka 10 September 2013 21: 43 New
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    Turbidity. Full ... And what without burqa .. With a night sight. What a stupid thing. So what kind of wife is it? Although I can discuss it .. No problem .. It's a pity for the "author". They will find and get it ... Moreover, they will "neutralize" ..
  25. Pensioner
    Pensioner 10 September 2013 22: 09 New
    +2
    The poet sang the courage of a Russian woman: ... and he stopped the horse and galloped into the burning hut. And Zoya Kosmedemyanskaya? And our pilots are unknown and famous in the Second World War? And the world's first woman astronaut Tereshkova ?. We can also be proud of our brave and determined girls and women. But it is better that life does not make women “brave, strong, warlike warriors”! So that they would not have to be like that! If real men are alive, then most women don’t need all these “warlike” professions. This is abnormal, especially in peacetime. In peacetime, a real man needs a real woman, the keeper of the hearth! To love her husband, children, a house in which it would be warm and happy for the whole family. And those who dream of surpassing men in their military professions are, to some extent, not quite feminine. Yes, euphoria in their own self-affirmations of their "significance" But this is to some extent, a kind of psychological bias in the "non-female", and in male ambition. That is still abnormal for women. As well as the fact that in her hatred and desire for revenge, the "suicide bomber" - a woman, will go to her own death - in order to "take" to the next world with herself - more lives hated by religion or ideology. And this "pilot" Pakistani, perhaps in time will be even more "politicized", or more zealous in their own hatred or desire for revenge? She is already an ace! Where will she be sent, and where will she be carried, for example, in dropping bombs and other things? Oh damage, it will cause much more than a dozen of our terrorists. And this is just one, in the photo - beautiful and smiling and cleverly answering the questions of a journalist. And maybe there are hundreds of them being prepared? And the whole world will have no time for jokes when such “zombie girls” will begin to “iron” everyone whom they are supposed to consider “enemies” from the air, peaceful dwellings where close women of “opponents” live: mothers, sisters, wives, daughters, granddaughters. And "opponents" can become
    anyone. Who will be shown to them by political situation. Including the countries of the former Union. Therefore, such "fighting" girls should be considered by us as "fighting opponents." Despite their charm, dedication, success, intelligence and more ...
  26. Gato
    Gato 10 September 2013 22: 11 New
    +2
    There are women who will give odds to many men. For example, Marina Ivanovna Dolina (personally acquainted, unfortunately deceased now). I saw her at an advanced age. But .. I bow
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 10 September 2013 22: 34 New
      +1
      Quote: Gato
      There are women who will give odds to many men.

      It is a fact. And how many women fought no worse than men? Many wives fought together with their husbands in the casemates of the Berestostoy fortress. The attack aircraft from the 45th division report to the command about the Russian women's battalion, but there were no female units in the fortress. but the Germans were afraid of the “frau mit automatic machine”, a ghost woman from the dungeons armed with a machine gun. There were rumors that each bullet fired from her hit the target.

      By the way, Homeland - Russia is feminine. And in Volgograd she is holding a sword
      1. Gato
        Gato 10 September 2013 22: 43 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        And how many women fought no worse than men?

        And there were so-called "night witches." Grandfather told me. If the U-2 flew into the German "front" - you could take a nap - the Germans would definitely not climb, they won’t sleep.
        And in Volgograd she is holding a sword

        In Kiev, too - with a sword and with a shield.
      2. Gato
        Gato 10 September 2013 23: 02 New
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        Quote: Vadivak
        the bullet released to her hits exactly on target.

        Right in the heart. It is in the literal and figurative sense - Russian women are the BEST!
      3. Pensioner
        Pensioner 10 September 2013 23: 49 New
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        I am sorry for all the "heroic" women of all generations and all peoples. And when even men are proud of female heroines, then somehow it’s painful at heart. The old grandmother has a grandfather or sons, grandchildren; a woman has a husband, brother, adult son; the girl's grandfather, father, brothers, groom, or at least a gentleman; the little girl’s - everything is all by gender, tribe, and simply by humanity, neighborly, and all world laws, all are masculine !!! All of the listed females do not need to be heroines, if all by kinship or status, the males will be heroes !!. Please do not be proud of women heroines - this is a shame on men .. that they are far from heroes. And then women have to perform feats: it’s better to shoot, fly, kill, explode, perish, performing feats, killing others. Not having given birth to offspring for the continuation of his family and his people, and not having experienced the joy of happiness in his descendants. Then where do they benefit the world ?. And besides, destroying others, depriving them of any future happiness. Perhaps they will kill your unborn child, grandson or great-grandson?
        There were rumors about a sniper - that during the Chechen war "every bullet" - "took off" for the argument gambling, at any checkpoint. Let it be a bike. But, even if this is so, how many guys died? Unloving, not giving birth to their children, not raising their sons and daughters? Which could, in turn, love, get married and give birth to new generations. Perhaps then it would not be necessary to introduce maternity capital to increase population? And mothers would not have to be heroines? This applies not only to Russians, but also to all peoples. Maybe war is enough for the future? Maybe female heroism is enough? Russia, Russia - it is of course female. But she, as Woman, needs male protection.
        1. Onotollah
          Onotollah 11 September 2013 05: 52 New
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          I am sorry for all the "heroic" women of all generations and all peoples

          When there is a choice to be or not to be, then not only women fight, but also children. Remember the pioneer heroes.
          Defending the Motherland is the honorable duty of every citizen.
          1. Pensioner
            Pensioner 12 September 2013 14: 37 New
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            And I’m saying that you don’t have to bring everything to such a choice: “to go or not to be.” The “honorable duty” of each citizen was imputed by the Soviet government, to solve all their miscalculations with human resources. less without the participation of women in wars. One heroine was Durova, and even then unofficially called to serve, and secretly, under a man’s name. Perhaps she had a bias in hormones. Feats can be performed by women and children, in extreme cases, but isolated! And mass is a bias in any nation, people! Soviet troops who entered Germany also faced the fact that the women of the Gestapo and Hitler Youth died in arms, defending their homeland. And what is the difference then? Any war is the destruction of the gene pool. The bravest, the most brave, the warlike are the first to go to war. And they are the first to die. And now, with weapons of mass destruction, they are massively killed. Often not having time to leave offspring. Or we will leave our offspring to women. Nature requires women give birth anyway from whom (the best ones are already gone). This whole fatherlessness-women are raised as they want and can, but with a skew of their own female worldview. In disrespect for the masculine gender. Daughters adopt the predominant position of a mother and woman Further. Into their families, their children. They “rule” men or hate them. Boys from childhood are accustomed to obeying a mother woman, since they are completely dependent on her, and later transfer these "life rules" to their lives, obeying a woman boss, a woman’s wife. Or they become sadists, hating women. And most become henpecked, so as not to aggravate the family situation. There are many effeminate men. The number of homosexual people who are not men and not women increases. And pedophilia from there is same. Growing up without distortions in upbringing, in childhood, a full-fledged man will never become a pervert. War, exploits - the destruction of the gene pool of the people. And the remaining ones will be easier to manage and use in their own interests. In whose? And those who call for war are introduced by false patriotism, inciting participation in weapons and human resources. Well, and with all sorts of examples, about women, children, heroes in the service and in the war. With a sauce of civic debt.
  27. studentmati
    studentmati 10 September 2013 23: 36 New
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    - When I was a child, I really liked the military uniform. This was my initial inspiration.

    Read Freud.
  28. studentmati
    studentmati 11 September 2013 00: 22 New
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    The article is interesting and relevant! But why about Pakistan?

    Here and today, Russian girls have long been eager for battle ...!

    Are the Men really transferred?
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 11 September 2013 06: 51 New
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      Why about Pakistan? Because women politicians are killed by radicals there. And this woman is a hero. Because she too can be killed because she is engaged in a man’s business ...
    2. qwertynsan
      qwertynsan 11 September 2013 06: 56 New
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      And the "men" mow down from military service))