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Old 3rd September 2008, 06:18
JACK COOK JACK COOK is offline
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Re: Hawker Hunter aerial kills

Interesting thread.
We had a good friend who was a retired IAF Wing Cdr. named Bharht Carl Singh who flew Hunters while leading the IAF acrobatic team. He also flew Gnats and MIG-21s and scored 2 kills in the 1965 war against Pakistan while commanding 2 Squadron. He recieved a medal called theVir Charka.
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