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Old 30th August 2008, 18:12
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Hawker Hunter aerial kills

Greetings all,

this great British jet fighter have served in many countries and very long time. Did this plane ever enagged in combat and score some victories?

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Re: Hawker Hunter aerial kills

At least Jordanian Hunters saw action. Didn't the Indian AF deploy Hunters as well, which would have seen action against Pakistan?
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Good point about India- I almost forget their conflict with Pakistan!!
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Re: Hawker Hunter aerial kills

Did not Pakistani fly Jordanian Hunters against Israel?
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I think the only victories were claimed in the Six-day war (1967) and the Indo-Pakistan war of 1965. Have a look at Allan Magnus's Air Aces homepage, or the ACIG database.
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Keith- do you have direct link? Hope it is not problem to share this info.

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Re: Hawker Hunter aerial kills

Some Hunter claims mentioned here: http://www.acig.org/artman/publish/article_436.shtml

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Great link Leendert!!!
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Leendert you are weird! We seem to have the same interests across all the forums! Incidentally I found more pilots who flew in the Congo... interested?

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Congo?
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