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Yugoslavian MIG-29 Fulcrum Jet Fighter shot down by NATO Forces.
*special thanks to Mike Travis for photos

THIS is what a shot-down MIG looks like...
 

Story
March 27, 1999--a documentation team surveys the remains of a MIG-29
Fulcrum Jet Fighter belonging to the Yugoslavian forces as it lay on the
hillside in the town of Donja Krcina outside of Ugljevik. The aircraft,
one of two shot down by NATO Forces after attempting to infiltrate
restricted airspace lay in ruins. The documentation team included members
of the Explosive Ordnance Detachment, Military Police, Staff Judge
Advocate and Combat Camera photographers who are assigned to Eagle Base
Camp, Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Multi National Division North (MND), in
support of Operation Joint Forge. (U.S. Army photo by Specialist Tracy
Trotter) (RELEASED)
Photo by: SPECIALIST TRACY TROTTER, 55TH SIGNAL COMPANY (COMCAM)
(This item is cleared for public release.)

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