Egyptian Air gets new ‘cooler’ camo paint job for it’s MiG-29Ms

The new paint scheme 
The Egyptian Air Force MiG-29 has been seen wearing a new unique Ash and Grey paint job reminisce of the Yom Kippor war era. This type of camoflage are usally optimized for ground attack aircraft to protect them from aerial attacks by high-flying interceptors aircraft. It is unknown whether the Egyptian Air Force would use some of the MiG-29Ms for ground attack as the paint scheme suggests.
The new camo scheme was seen at RAC MiGs production plant at Lukhovitsy and the new MiG-29Ms would be applied before further delivery.

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