No An-12 were lost in 1965. Only losses prior were in 1963 and later in 1968. debris shown belong to self destructed missile.So 2 Pakistanis and one faker make a point.....where does that leave you.
First prove your own worth before being a champion for others.....may i remind you there is a reason you had to adopt another ID and your worthless posts are often deleted.....we have all heard of blind leading blind but a faker voicing for a stray is a new one.
Any ways, since this old thread has been bumped up, i will make proper corrections to it.
The source in OP did get it wrong since the first Blue on Blue in the subcontinent happened during the 1965 war and not in 1971. And once again the honour goes to the Indian ground defences.
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He is not the only cockroach here.....self respect is one word some of these creatures are oblivious of.
On 8 September 1965, one SA-2 was fired against an unidentified target believed to have been on a night mission above Ghaziabad near Delhi. It should be noted that this happened at the height of the paratrooper scare and subsequent news reports gleefully claimed the destruction of a Pakistani C-130 west of Delhi – which turned out to not have any basis. No Pakistani Air Force aircraft ever penetrated as deep as Delhi during the 1965 conflict. The subsequent publication of the photograph of the wreckage in a TV broadcast seemed to indicate that the wreck of the self-destructed missile was shown as the shot down aircraft !
Which "aircraft" was 35 ft long, inducted in 1964, could fly at three times the speed of sound, had no wings and was inducted in huge numbers? It was the IAF's first Sufrace to Air Guided Weapon - the S-75 Dvina missile system [NATO : S...
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