Tuesday, March 10, 2015

An Icon Is Worth A Thousand Words

Russian fighter in its fighting colors.

Russian fighter with an icon of St. Michael the Archangel painted on the belly.

I wonder how they negotiated the minefield of whiny Wiccans and angry atheists to actually do this?

8 comments:

  1. Too wonderful! It's for real? Not photoshopped?

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    1. Hard to say. There is something about it... But I prefer to think it is real.

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  2. Too wonderful! It's for real? Not photoshopped?

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  3. Where did you find this? Phenomonal if it's real!!

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  4. Woooooooooow !!! All I have to say is that if you're gonna do this, you dang well better be on the right side of things.

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  5. I dont think Russia has a delta winged airplane in its inventory, i.e. one with only wings, not a horizontal stabilizers in the enpennage. What is designed like that these days? I smell something fishy. But it's still cool! Good comment, Badger.

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  6. BTW what makes it plausible is that the Russians do stuff like naming their subs after saints and have the patriarch of Moscow bless their nukes. Nothing that wasn't done by Catholics back in the day.

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