US Air Force contractor boasted of personal MiG-29 with inscriptions in Russian

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US Air Force contractor boasted of personal MiG-29 with inscriptions in Russian

The founder of the American private airline Draken International, which provides services to the US Air Force (Air Force), Jared Isaacman (Jared Isaacman) boasted a Russian-made MiG-29 personal fighter. He posted photos of the recently acquired aircraft on his Twitter account.

One of the shots taken in the cockpit of the fighter shows that most of the indicators on the dashboard are translated into English. However, several inscriptions in Russian have also survived. In addition, Russian-language inscriptions can be seen on the steering wheel of the aircraft.

As Isaacman himself explained to The Drive, he plans to use this aircraft exclusively for personal purposes. In addition, the new owner promised to use the fighter in the air show. The US Air Force contractor also stressed that the MiG-29 was the most impressive aircraft he has ever flown.

Isaacman founded Draken International in 2012. The company's services for practicing fighter maneuvers, in particular, are used by the US Air Force and Navy, as well as the American National Guard. In addition, the French Naval Forces are known to work with Draken International. The company currently has over 80 aircraft in its fleet, including the Aero L-159E and L-39, Douglas A-4 Skyhawk and Russian MiG-21bis.

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