India retires Cold War spy MiGs





The Indian Air Force (IAF) has announced it will retire its fleet of MiG 25s, Cold War-era spyplanes, previously shrouded in secrecy.
A spokesman said the last of the IAF's four surviving MiG-25s will be phased out of service on 1 May.

The MiGs, capable of flying at over three times the speed of sound, were bought from the USSR in 1981.



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