Can You Guess the Five Worst Fighter Aircraft to Ever Fly?
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Robert Farley

Air Force,

Relatively small changes in engine, armament, and airframe design can transform a clunker into an elite fighting machine; many of the best fighters in history were initially viewed askance by their pilots.

Here's What You Need to Remember: The Flogger’s combat record, generally in Syrian, Iraqi, and Libyan service, has not been positive. It’s hardly surprising that the MiG-23 will almost certainly leave service before its predecessor, the MiG-21.

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