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Folks, it cannot get more impartial and official than this.

F-16.net has officially attributed an Su-30 kill to airframe #84606.

It is pertinent to note that F-16.net is run by professional staff from the United States and just recently they were able to validate the Su-30 kill through different sources in the military circles.

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Folks, it cannot get more impartial and official than this.

F-16.net has officially attributed an Su-30 kill to airframe #84606.

It is pertinent to note that F-16.net is run by professional staff from the United States and just recently they were able to validate the Su-30 kill through different sources in the military circles.

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I believe the above to be true but are there any other sources to further back them up?
 

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According to Alan Warnes' interviews with the PAF senior personnel, he was shown radar track data which showed that the Su-30MKI was spiralling down and rapidly losing altitude, in addition to confirmation from the Viper that the missile had struck the aircraft. However, the PAF believe that the aircraft could have made it back to base, and this would certainly make it easier for the indians to cover up the kill and loss of the aircraft. I suspect the PAF has shared these details not only with Alan Warnes but others, especially maybe LM and the USAF.
 

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This is better than the crap the indian keyboard warriors have polluted Wiki with, which in unrecognisable with the facts of what actually happened.
 

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According to Alan Warnes' interviews with the PAF senior personnel, he was shown radar track data which showed that the Su-30MKI was spiralling down and rapidly losing altitude, in addition to confirmation from the Viper that the missile had struck the aircraft. However, the PAF believe that the aircraft could have made it back to base, and this would certainly make it easier for the indians to cover up the kill and loss of the aircraft. I suspect the PAF has shared these details not only with Alan Warnes but others, especially maybe LM and the USAF.



The rumours are the sukhoi managed to crash in indian territory.
 

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While I don't doubt a Su-30MKI was shot down by the PAF, I am not sure about the credibility of F-16.net ... anyone could have edited that. The "professional staff" is most likely just military enthusiasts/ex-service members with no inside information on the matter.
 

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Folks, it cannot get more impartial and official than this.

F-16.net has officially attributed an Su-30 kill to airframe #84606.

It is pertinent to note that F-16.net is run by professional staff from the United States and just recently they were able to validate the Su-30 kill through different sources in the military circles.

View attachment 659984

Cheers.
This is great.

The guys from the other side will come up with more fabricated lies.
 

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So does this mean F-16.net will either have to provide their source or remove this claim? Indian online Vultures will be onto them like a pack of rabid dogs in no time.
 

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