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CAIGA AG-600 Kunlong (B-002A)
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CAIGA AG-600 Kunlong (B-002A)



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Ro Gal
Obvious sign of CCP's determination to control the Pacific ocean. Though an old concept, the "seaplane" can do many things other transport/patrol aircraft (C-17/P-8) cannot do.
ken kemper

Wonderful Photo and rare capture.
I doubt if I will see this plane in my lifetime.
Best I can tell, the largest and most advanced Seaplane currently in production & flying.
I've always wondered why we don't have seaplanes in our arsenal any longer, they seem versatile and necessary for US hegemony in the APAC region.
William Owens
Weird Chinese machine... rare
Standby for the C130 on floats. Very large floats.
Bart Steger
I would take one of these. Nice looking aircraft.
John Tuzi
If it's Chinese then you know it's trouble...
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