See some of the unexpected creature comforts aboard the SU-34 in the slides below. ... like a "toilet" and a "kitchenette." ... The Su-34 cockpit in flight. No one does so for real life fighters. (Ok, maybe one or two, I know the Su-34 has a toilet and Kitchenlette on it, but it is no ordinary fighter role aircraft) That is why we have aircraft carriers. He might still be thinking of the sweat shop style WWII Japanese Zero type fighters, where they put pilots to fly for 8 hours without a toilet or ... The Sukhoi Su-34 is a Russian twin-engine, twin-seat, all-weather supersonic medium-range fighter-bomber/strike aircraft. It first flew in 1990 and entered service in 2014 with the Russian Air Force.Based on the Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker air

After the update the SU-32 / 34 BMB versions of the aircraft will not move on the ground. I tried to taxi it on the run way, but no matter how much power I give the engines it will not move. I tested all of the Other SU-32/34 and they work just fine, so the BMB is broken. Kartik wrote:That argument won't fly. the Su-34 is not more capable in any way than the MKI. Sure boss whatever you say, it only flies longer and carries much more because of its inferiority. Like I said, neither of which are going to interest the IAF since the MKI flies far enough, long enough and carries enough for the IAF's needs.