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[VIDEO] Footage from Croatian MiG-21 Cockpit

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GoPro footage reveals what it’s like to be flying in the cockpit of a Croatian MiG-21.

Pilots, equipped with GoPro, from the 91st Croatian Air Force and Air Defence Fighter Aircraft Squadron have completed three weeks of training in MiG-21s.

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The pilots recorded some of the training activities, giving the public an insight into what goes on as they completed flight tests of the MiGs at their base in Zemunik, near Zadar, and above Dugi Otok on the Croatian coast.

Check out a pilot’s view in a MiG in the video posted by the Croatian Ministry of Defence and Hrvatski Vojnik.

 

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