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SURREY, South Africa (AP) — U.S. Air Force F-22gospelhitzs swooped in for the second time since taking part in combat exercises with the South African Air Force on Friday, this time taking on the air force’s MiG-15K.
Sensors for the interceptors at the Cape Town International Airport spotted three Air Force F-22s and four A-10 planes landing at 2:20 p.m. South Africa time.
The A-10 is the country’s main aerial combat aircraft, a U.S.-origin plane which was introduced to South Africa as a replacement for the B-52 더킹카지노bomber. It is used in the nation’s air offensive against militant strongholds in Mozambique, Angola and Mozambique to clear out Taliban and insurgent bases.
It was only South Africa’s largest air-to-air combat plane when it was deployed in 2003.
The U.S. was the last nation to fly jets over the countrygospelhitz‘s war zone, after South Africa became a nuclear-free state in 1994 and the U.S. sent fighter jets, bombers and surveillance aircraft.