BAF Air Def Controller

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    Looks like the shade caused by light on the open canopy of the cockpit.
     
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    nope thats a mirror present on soviet aircrafts (trainer versions)which extends over the canopy so that the instructor can see what the rookie pilot is doing. generally seen during takeoff and landing not present on modern aircrafts anymore
     

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