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    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • L-39 Albatross aircraft at the Kushchevsky Airfield, the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • L-39 Albatross aircraft at the Kushchevsky Airfield, the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Checking an L-39 Albatross aircraft at the Kushchevsky Airfield, the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • L-39 Albatross aircraft at the Kushchevsky Airfield, the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
    • Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.
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    Training flights of female cadets of the Krasnodar Air Force Academy specialising in assault, fighter, and long-range aviation at the Kushchevsky Airfield in the Krasnodar Territory.

    These charming ladies from southern Russia dominate the sky with their expert piloting skills – and irresistible smiles, of course. Attack aircraft, fighter jets, or long-range warplanes – no challenge is impossible for these female cadets from the Krasnodar Air Force Academy.

    Piloting an aircraft is not an easy task, as it requires experience, decision-making skills, vast technical knowledge, and nerves of steel. But there is nothing Russian women cannot do. Look no further for the proof of this than in Sputnik's latest photo gallery, prepared for you by our team.

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