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Old February 20th, 2004   #16
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I'm still trying to find the forum that was complaining about it - as some of the people are procurement officers so know their stuff.
I thought i saw something like that at strategypage.com's messageboards
but i am not sure.
You should see a load of my posts in there then..
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good grief, I had no idea - it's probably gone up because some of you blokes keep me busy when you get excited about topics.
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LOL....... interesting!
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To Londo molari

http://www.aeronautics.ru/nws002/mil...aft_prices.htm

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You can clearly see that the Mig-29 is rated at 15.5 million per copy if one is buying 25-100
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15.5 million a piece, now that's cheap. but then again the Mig-29 wasn't very highly regarded at that time(the SMT has not been develop yet).

and i heard the B-2 bomber is close to 1.2 billion a piece now, worth more than gold in the same weight.
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B2 spirit is around 2 billions USD and B1 Lancer around 1 billion USD
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B1 Lancer around 1 billion USD
Where do you get this? The last B1 was deployed in 1988, the total program cost was capped by Reagan at 20.5 Bn. for 100 planes. That's just over 200 Million per plane.

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Trust me HighSea this forum has its share of Blaggers
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B1 Lancer around 1 billion USD
Where do you get this? The last B1 was deployed in 1988, the total program cost was capped by Reagan at 20.5 Bn. for 100 planes. That's just over 200 Million per plane.

http://www.simviation.com/rinfob1.htm
http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/usa/bomber/b-1b.htm

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Aircraft Prices Worldwide in USD. Gripen included.

I found this link you guys might have heard of before but i posted it here anyway for those who didnt. I think this should help you in your aircraft prices analysis.

http://www.aeronautics.ru/archive/re...rcraft_Prices/

Also i found the gripen price tag too.

http://www.aeronautics.ru/archive/re...rices/SAAB.htm

You might wanna check it out PJ-10 brahmos.
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