Inside Issue #89 of Warbird Digest

Although originally intended as pure airshow aircraft, a role in which they did fly for a short time, the two ex-Bulgarian Mi-25s were placed on military contracts in 2016. Ever since that time, these Hinds have remained quite busy in training America’s frontline warfighters. Gary Daniels
Aircorps Art Dec 2019

Inside issue #89 of Warbird Digest
JOURNEY TO HIROSHIMA – Author John Slemp’s quest to photograph as many vintage flight jackets as possible has led to some very interesting discoveries, a few of which he has revealed to Warbird Digest.
SHAITAN-ARBA – The mystical Soviet Mil Mi-24 Hind designed during the Cold War-era, has long been the stuff of legend to those in the West. Warbird Digest removes the veil and gives readers a detailed look at this still very capable combat helicopter. A couple have even found use with a private company that provides the military with a very realistic adversary asset for training purposes.
A DOLPHIN FLYING SOUTH – Warbirds have truly become a worldwide phenomenon. However, warbirds—and jet warbirds in particular—had been a rare site in the skies over Argentina until relatively recently. Now a vintage L-29 Delfin is routinely seen flying over this South American nation.
A TRULY COSMOPOLITAN CORSAIR – A glode-trotting, two-war veteran Corsair has finally found a home in France.
PINO’S PASSION – Warbird Digest pays tribute to Italy’s pioneer warbird collector, the late Pino Valenti.
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