I enjoyed talking to you, but you don't know anything about the techniques of the Egyptian fighters who recently joined the Air Force.
That's ok. You are entitled to your opinion. Still, it doesn't mean that anything you say without credible sources will ever be taken seriously by me, that's all. Just like you said the Su-35 will be revealed at the graduation ceremony, and it never happened. And this F4 claim, also, you still can't provide any source. I showed every possible & credible source that they are not F4 and you brought nothing except for that arrogant comment above. I think you're better than that.
All I am looking for is solid evidence so that the truth is being posted here, not personal fantasies. Anyone can get on the internet and say this, and that, and try to make it look like they're all connected and all that stuff, doesn't mean anything to me and most likely serious military enthusiasts. Others can believe you if they want, it's their prerogative. But I will always question a claim without supporting credibility.
Anyway, some pics as usual.
This is probably the best look at the Egyptian SCALP so far.
And from the front angle, the beauty that is the EAF Rafale!
Click 2xs for higher resolution and larger pic. Also featuring a mounted Thales Talios next generation laser targeting pod. Used specifically for the GBU Paveways and AASM HAMMERs which the latter are also displayed, the 250kg & 500kg. Triple racks mounted on the outer pylons of the Rafale are for the 250kg ones. The 500kg HAMMERs get mounted on a double rack only,
Originally it was thought to be the Damocles 3rd generation pod that the EAF ordered with the Rafales. Turns out the EAF became the first export customer of the Talios pod. Source.
Some great stuff on those boards during the briefing after simulation flights with French Rafales.
F-16D Block 40 back-seater armed with 1 AIM-9, 2 AIM-7s & 1 ACMI pod.
Pilot view in F-16 blck 52.
MiG-29M with R-77.
And this sensational beauty in air. Notice the well-seated canopy on this and the pic above?
MiG-29M/M2 armed with R-73 & R-77.
Would love to get a hold of those manuals. Guy in the cockpit is testing the landing gear control lever and light indicators, while the guy below is checking the front gear retracts properly,