LatAm Sukhoi Sales?

STATE-OWNED Russian arms export agency Rosoboronexport announced on September 28 that it plans to sell Russian-built fighters to Brazil and Mexico. Following Venezuela’s acquisition of 24 Su-30MK Flanker-C air superiority fighters for $1.5 billion, other Latin American nations are thought likely to follow suit. Contracts for deliveries of Sukhoi aircraft to Brazil and Mexico are anticipated to be signed shortly. In addition to unspecified fighters from the Su-27 family, modernised MiG-29 Fulcrum variants will also be offered to meet the future multi-role fighter requirements of the Brazilian and Mexican Air Forces.

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Larging it

I’ve lost count of the number of these machines I’ve had in my workshop for review, and for the most part they’ve a(l been very similar. This mortiser from Axminster is something of an exception as it incorporates a number of useful developments to improve its performance. The table is much larger than usual, and this is effectively made even bigger by the extension wings at each side. The fence is adjusted forwards and backwards on a rack-and-pinion arrangement, controlled by rotating a lever on the left-hand side of the column. Once it’s in position, it’s locked by the use

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In artillery no room for error

— Vladimir Mikhailovsky Military Artillery Academy has more than 192 years of glorious history, rich traditions. Let’s start with how it was created a unique university as it develops …

— The idea of ​​establishing in Russia a military artillery academy belongs to Count Peter Shuvalov, went down in history as an outstanding statesman and military leader. He proceeded from the fact that Russia is experiencing an acute need for personnel able to interpret the military science. About military science Shuvalov said that it is necessary «as the reasonable soul is the body.» These words are no less relevant today.

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Heavy Burden

Ginger Baker about his anger at all …

His brilliant play on the double barrel of the installation group Cream Ginger Baker turned into a superstar rock on drums. His game in Cream also considered to be the benchmark for heavy metal. You will think that this 73-year-old musician, who still tours regularly with his group Jazz Confusion, many reasons to smile. Not really. His great claim to numerous countries on which he had the opportunity to tour and occasionally live. He hates heavy metal and its presumable role in its origin. When we interviewed him, it seemed that he

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Daddy, daddy, our network … No, not even a dead man and a mermaid, but only a demo version of the first game of a huge block, are now preparing infamous Psygnosis. It is called a miracle G-Police What can be said about this touching (producer of the game I always touch …)? Fans WipeOut, two steps forward! Comrades, do not speak OSHZO-compatible card, — three steps back! Right turn Left-equals-Smear-On!

of truth, WipeOut in this story does not hurt something and nothing. The game, which will appear in the fall rather compete Extreme Assault (how many are developers raise a hand on the sacred!). But if you keep in mind the style (a G-Po-lice — the game is undoubtedly a stylish), there is talk of WipeOut very appropriate, how would you treat him any. The same ligature of the letters, «masked» by the characters, and the same

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HARD WORK Myasnitskaya

Blade — a dangerous thing. It can leave deep wounds stitching, carefully cut into the surface, pull out juicy pieces of meat, snap off a solid part of the … Hmm … someone’s body. Well, if the blade has a length of about half a meter, well honed, provided with a comfortable grip and well balanced, it is called a sword and can work wonders.

This is not a pair of ladies’ pistol in a holster on steep hips. Feel Die by the Svuord by Interplay!

Demo version of the game (open 1st number for this year) was unexpected, funny,

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Land See & Air

For less than £40 you can equip yourself with a top-of-the-range lens that suits your favourite summer activity

Summer is upon us, and with it comes a sprawling choice of photography opportunities. Head to the coast for the National Watersports Festival, for example, and you can combine the fun of your favourite water activity with some perfect, close-up shots of surfers riding the waves. A long telephoto zoom lens such as Sigma’s 50-500mm f/4.5-6.3 can zoom right in on the action no matter where you’re situated on the beach, ensuring the surfer pops out nicely from the foam and waves

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Lancer – changing roles for changing times…

Lindsay Peacock profiles the Rockwell B-1B.

WHICHEVER WAY you look at it, Rockwell’s Lancer has experienced a pretty chequered career. It emerged in the mid-to-late-1960s as a contender to satisfy the USA’s Advanced Manned Strategic Aircraft ( AMSA) project, which itself came about in the first place to fill the gap left by abandonment of the North American B-70 Valkyrie. Emerging victorious in the AMSA competition in 1970, the original B-1A made it as far as the flight test stage, with the first of four prototypes getting airborne for its maiden sortie from Palmdale to Edwards AFB, California on December

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You will need:

Little pumpkin, 500 grams of minced meat, onion onion, 1 tbsp. l. soy sauce, 1 tbsp. l. potato starch, 1 hr. l. sesame oil, 2 pinches of ground ginger, black pepper, salt.

Wash the pumpkin, peel, cut off the top, turned to similarity of caps. Spoon to remove the seeds. In the beef add the dissolved starch in cold water, soy sauce, chopped onions, sesame oil, salt and pepper. All thoroughly.

Cooked pumpkin filled with the resulting mixture. Cover with lid and cook for a couple.

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Land Rover Defender

Mileage 96,013. The Priors don’t do packing light, as a fully loaded Land Rover proves

You should see the equipment list. It’s about three sides of A4, per child. Double it and you get to the amount of kit needed by two nippers, accompanied by two nags, to camp in a field for a week.

Carrying it all — enormous tent, brace of wheelbarrows, that sort of thing — is precisely the kind of job for which we bought a Land Rover Defender in the first place, and why we had the roof rack fitted. And the inconvenient truth is?

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