This is coolbert:
HAVE DONUT. RED EAGLES.
More HAVE DONUT material. As is apropos to a previous recent blog entry.
Soviet era combat aviation warplanes as in the hands of and flown by American pilots. Training missions vicinity Area 51. An interview with the commander of the HAVE DONUT unit courtesy of Sputnik.
"Retired US Colonel Talks Secret Project That Trained Fighter Pilots to Beat Russian MiGs"
"WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A highly classified US Air Force base in the Nevada Desert for years was home to a secret squadron whose mission was to teach American pilots how to defeat Russian MiG fighter jets, its former commander told Sputnik in an interview."
"Retired US Air Force Col. John Manclark, the unit's commander from 1985 to 1987, said he would not talk about how they came into possession of the Soviet planes or what went on at the Area 51 facility."
I RECOMMEND THIS SPUTNIK ARTICLE HIGHLY AND WITHOUT QUALIFICATION! A MUST READ!
And yes, I would have to imagine spare parts and the lack of a manual would make a difficult situation much worse. What exactly does this switch do? That sort of thing.