Hey Coroner Krystian Zięc One of the first Polish pilots to fly the F-USIS 16 fighter does not believe that transferring those fighters to the Ukrainian air force will give Russia a dominant air force in the republic’s war. Interviewed by Poland’s RMF radio station, he said: “There is no country that has built a security system or an airspace system based on a soil-based system.” Therefore, he said, “if the US government wants to resolve the situation in favor of Ukraine; should give the green light to the speed of the tactical aircraft. “ He is confident about this matter “Just a matter of time”that Washington ends up approving the transfer of Western military assets to Ukraine. Ule the emperor added that if the Ukrainians had the superiority of the air, “the inhabitants of the Ukrainian states would not perish.”
Asked if the delivery through Poland and Slovakia of the MiG-29 Soviet-made products would change the situation in Ukraine, he replied: “They will have a positive impact. Something is better than nothing,” adding: “Any military aircraft that has the ability to deploy weapons or launch missiles or launch bombs is a valuable approach.”. But the size of this value depends, among other things, on the training of the pilots, he said. “If today the armed forces of Ukraine use MiG-29 aircraft on a daily basis, they have a logistics chain, a training system, the ability to use this system, then this MiG-29 aircraft will definitely be better for them.
Colonel Zięc, who was responsible for air operations during the 2003 NATO Air Meet exercises, compared what it would take for a pilot to fly a MiG-29. must be bent to the pilot F XVI. It would be like putting the driver of a small Fiat behind the wheel of a Formula 1 race car.. “It’s exactly the same as the transition from a MiG-29 pilot to an F-16,” he added.
Zięta, the first Polish soldier to obtain an F-16 master’s license, believes that this fighter will not give air superiority to Ukraine, which in his opinion this machine. “The remnants of asymmetric warfare.”“. In the past, when we had to deal with “two equal adversaries, Russia and the United States of America, we had air superiority so that the front-line aviation could carry out its task and could carry soldiers on the ground. his work”. But “when it ceased to be symmetrical, the need for the superiority of the aircraft also disappeared”. He flew during the day, in the storms”. His opinion is clear:This aircraft does air-to-air and air-to-ground very well, but it cannot replace air superiority like the F-15, F-22 or Typhoon.
The colonel stated that there is no ground system that “provides an effective, efficient and cost-effective means of destroying air planes, whether planes, drones or cheap drones”. He believes that the projected cost of the fire “millions of dollars” is unaffordable for any country in such a long war. “There is no country, not even a country that supports Ukraine today, that can financially support all these expensive acquisitions moving in the air.”