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THIRD BATCH OF FA-50PH JETS TOUCH DOWN IN PHILIPPINE SOIL: Two of the remaining eight units of FA-50PH “Fighting Eagle” Fighter/Surface Attack/Lead-in Fighters Trainer Aircraft of the Philippine Air Force with tail numbers 005 and 006 from South Korea arrived at Haribon Hangar in Pampanga on February 22, 2017.

The two FA-50PH aircraft were welcomed by the Commander of Air Logistics Command, Major General Arnold A Mancita AFP, and other major PAF Commanders.

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THIRD BATCH OF FA-50PH JETS TOUCH DOWN IN PHILIPPINE SOIL: Two of the remaining eight units of FA-50PH “Fighting Eagle” Fighter/Surface Attack/Lead-in Fighters Trainer Aircraft of the Philippine Air Force with tail numbers 005 and 006 from South Korea arrived at Haribon Hangar in Pampanga on February 22, 2017.

The two FA-50PH aircraft were welcomed by the Commander of Air Logistics Command, Major General Arnold A Mancita AFP, and other major PAF Commanders.

THIRD BATCH OF FA-50PH JETS TOUCH DOWN IN PHILIPPINE SOIL: Two of the remaining eight units of FA-50PH “Fighting Eagle” Fighter/Surface Attack/Lead-in Fighters Trainer Aircraft of the Philippine Air Force with tail numbers 005 and 006 from South Korea arrived at Haribon Hangar in Pampanga on February 22, 2017.

The two FA-50PH aircraft were welcomed by the Commander of Air Logistics Command, Major General Arnold A Mancita AFP, and other major PAF Commanders.

Eagle” Fighter/Surface Attack/Lead-in Fighters Trainer Aircraft of the Philippine Air Force with tail numbers 005 and 006 from South Korea arrived at Haribon Hangar in Pampanga on February 22, 2017.

The two FA-50PH aircraft were welcomed by the Commander of Air Logistics Command, Major General Arnold A Mancita AFP, and other major PAF Commanders.

Eagle” Fighter/Surface Attack/Lead-in Fighters Trainer Aircraft of the Philippine Air Force with tail numbers 005 and 006 from South Korea arrived at Haribon Hangar in Pampanga on February 22, 2017.

The two FA-50PH aircraft were welcomed by the Commander of Air Logistics Command, Major General Arnold A Mancita AFP, and other major PAF Commanders.