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|designation=[[:Category:Northrop F-5 Tiger|Northrop F-5 Tiger]]
 
|designation=[[:Category:Northrop F-5 Tiger|Northrop F-5 Tiger]]
 
|version=F-5E Tiger II
 
|version=F-5E Tiger II
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|c/n=R.1033
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|originaloperator=South Vietnam
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|capturedate=1975
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|fate=Museum exhibit
 
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'''73-0852''' is a
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=History=
 
=History=
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Built as c/n '''R.1033''', 73-0852 was passed to South Vietnam. Captured in 1975, it was sent to Poland in 1977 for rearming with 23-mm GSh-23, but never went back to Vietnam. The aircraft is now on display at the Aviation and Space Museum, Cracow, Poland.<ref>http://cgibin.rcn.com/jeremy.k/cgi-bin/gzUsafSearch.pl?target=&content=Captured</ref>
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Passed to South Vietnam, and captured in 1975, it was sent to Poland in 1977 for rearming with 23-mm GSh-23, but never went back to Vietnam. Now on display in Aviation and Space Museum, Cracow, Poland.<ref>http://cgibin.rcn.com/jeremy.k/cgi-bin/gzUsafSearch.pl?target=&content=Captured</ref>
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