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The Children
Sat Mar 02 06:25:40
Chinese weapons.

Joint chinese pakistan JF17 multi purpose jet shot down a su30 and a mig bison within 50 seconds.


this isnt even the mighty chinese dragon j20.

within 2 days, the jf17 just became one of da most effective and most dangerous jet of all the world.

j20 >>>>>> f22 >>>>>> f35

Sat Mar 02 07:02:05
In reality, the aircraft shot down was a MIG-21. Congratulations, you were able to defeat an aircraft that's been around since the 1950s. Shitholes beating up on other shitholes.
The Children
Sat Mar 02 07:19:39
it been upgraded in da meantime. surely u dunt think an antique is still in air force operation unless da country is completely banktrupt.

The Children
Sun Mar 03 01:56:43


JF17 thunder downs SU30

it will down a f16 and f22 even.

J20 owns the f35 and f22

superior chinese weapons. the world has long underestimated chinese weapons. we got state of the art. and superior designs aswell.

now without any doubt the world knows the power of chinese jets.

f16 market is done. go get urself a cheap JF17 instead. does everything and more.

The Overseer
Sun Mar 03 06:27:36
Too little, too late.
Sun Mar 03 09:31:58
"JF17 thunder downs SU30

it will down a f16 and f22 even.

J20 owns the f35 and f22"

lol, nice leap of logic there. Foolish Chinaman.
Sun Mar 03 09:37:41
And not to play the role of jergul here, but you still have no basis for saying it was an SU-30 that was shot down, the opinions of Youtube user Sharjeel Javed aside.
The Children
Sun Mar 03 09:56:27
everyone is sayin it, u dumbfuck. r u suggestiun that the indian army send a squadron of migs to chase away pakistani jets that may or may not be f16s.

did u see the defeated faces of the indian army side when they gave a press release sayin they shot down a pakistani jet with no proof other than a piece of missile they supposedly found.

the indians were lyin and the people were angry and shoutin. that alone there speaks volumes.

also the captured pilot was featured in a indian documentary about indian su30 jets. he flies a su30 jet. but somehow on this mission they told him to fly a mig?

noooooo. the evidence speaks clearly. i rest my case.
Sun Mar 03 12:22:51
"everyone is sayin it,"

Haha, no.




"also the captured pilot was featured in a indian documentary about indian su30 jets."

From Wiki:

"Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman is a graduate of the National Defence Academy and joined the Indian Air Force as a fighter pilot in 2004. He trained at the IAF centres in Bathinda and Halwara and was previously a trained Su-30 MKI fighter pilot before being assigned to the MiG-21 Bison squadron."

I realize the concept of career advancement is foreign to you, but it does happen.
The Children
Sun Mar 03 12:25:14
how is it advancement, u dumb fuck from being assigned to su30 back to a mig.

Sun Mar 03 12:33:25
"Fifteen years into service, he is an efficient Sukhoi-30 fighter pilot Officer Abhinandan Varthaman. He was promoted to Wing Commander and was assigned to the Mi-21 Bison squadron. "

large member
Mon Mar 04 05:17:57
Fighters in dogfight mode are just missile mules.

Upgraded fire control systems on the Bison may very well be better than the 15 year old systems on the Sukhoi-30s (their midlife upgrades are pending as India keeps on changing the capabilities it wants included).
large member
Mon Mar 04 05:25:25
wow, the mig-21 has actually shot down several hundred aircraft in its career. Compared to 0 for the Sukhoi-30.
Mon Mar 04 08:45:38
US wants to know if Pakistan used F-16 jets to down Indian fighter plane


The United States said on Sunday it was trying to find out if Pakistan used U.S.-built F-16 jets to down an Indian warplane, potentially in violation of U.S. agreements, as the stand-off between the nuclear-armed Asian neighbours appeared to be easing.

Pakistan and India both carried out aerial bombing missions this week, including a clash on Wednesday that saw an Indian pilot shot down over the disputed region of Kashmir in an incident that alarmed global powers and sparked fears of a war.

A Pakistan military spokesman on Wednesday denied Indian claims that Pakistan used F-16 jets.

Also read: India to present proof of Pakistan's F-16 fighter jet misuse to the US

Pakistan returned the captured Indian pilot on Friday in a high-profile handover Islamabad touted as a "peace gesture", which appeared to significantly dial down tensions, but both sides remain on high alert.

At the Line of Control (LoC), the de facto border between the two countries in the disputed Kashmir region, there was relative calm in the past 24 hours, both armies said on Sunday. But Indian security forces said they were carrying out major anti-militancy operations on their side on Kashmir and had shot dead two militants.

The U.S. Embassy in Islamabad said on Sunday it was looking into reports that Pakistan used F-16 jets to shoot down the Indian pilot, a potential violation of Washington's military sale agreements that limit how Pakistan can use the planes.

"We are aware of these reports and are seeking more information," a U.S. Embassy spokesperson said. "We take all allegations of misuse of defence articles very seriously."

While Pakistan has denied using F-16 jets during a dogfight that downed an Indian Mig-21 warplane over Kashmir on Wednesday, it has not specified which planes it used, though it assembles Chinese-designed JF-17 fighter jets on its soil.

Pakistan has a long history of buying U.S. military hardware, especially in the years after 2001 when Islamabad was seen as a key partner in the U.S.-led War on Terror.

Pakistan bought several batches of F-16 planes, built by Lockheed Martin Corp, from Washington before relations soured and the United States cut off subsidised sales in 2016.

It is not clear what exactly these so-called "end-user agreements" restrict Pakistan from doing. "The U.S. Government does not comment on or confirm pending investigations of this nature," the U.S. Embassy added.

On Thursday Indian officials displayed to reporters parts of what they called an air-to-air missile that can only be fired from F-16 jets, alleging they were used to bomb its side of the disputed Kashmir border on Wednesday.
Mon Mar 04 13:02:28
The US sells F16’s to Pakistan. Pakistan is not allowed to used them.

The Children
Tue Mar 05 12:16:23
only morons wuld believe indias story that thy shot down a f16 with a mig and then presentin half missile as proof that the plane is downed.

wtf kinda logic is that. that is cuck logic

pakistan: we shot down ur jets.

india: #metoo
The Children
Sun Mar 10 01:41:45
feel the thunder.


lol china jets r now proven to be deadly.

Tentacle Rapist
Tue Mar 12 11:38:34

f16 market is done. go get urself a cheap JF17 instead. does everything and more. '

So what? America has upgraded from the F16 anyways
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