Military Aircraft of Eastern Europe (1). Fighters & by Piotr Butowski

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By Piotr Butowski

Army aviation. a good softcover replica. Well-illustrated. gentle shelf put on. Tight binding. fresh, unmarked pages. now not ex-library. Shipped Weight: less than 1 kilogram. class: Aviation; ISBN: 9623610289. ISBN/EAN: 9789623610285. stock No: 012937.

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A group of MiG-29 Fulcrum A when taking off. The aircraft belong to the acrobatic team stationed at Kubinka airfield near Moscow. The successive version of MiG), with "humped" fuselage entered irvice around 1986. This "humpback" iG-29 did not obtain any new suffix in e designation, only the product num5r (izdielye) has been changed into 13. All the former combat variants of iG-29 had the common name izdielye 12. 13) is Fulcrum C. MiG-29 Fulcrum A in the hardened shelter on the airfield of Polish 1st Fighter Regiment Warszawa.

Ten targets can be watched simultaneously and the AA-9 Amos missiles can be guided to four of these targets. MiG-31 was often shown in Paris without the nose radome. The inside was covered with thin fabric hiding the smaller details. We don't know whether we are looking at the Zaslon radar or whether the proper antenna is hidden inside. The antenna of Berioza warning device installed on the upper part of air intake. Note the symbol of Mikoyan Design Bureau in front of the intake. Two 660 x 220mm wheels of the forward section of MiG-31 landing gear.

One of the first photos of MiG-29 Fulcrum A with the weapons, the photo has been taken above the Baltic Sea. 12 aircraft of late production series yet before the introduction of enlarged rudders. (Swedish Air Force) The two-seat MiG-29UB Fulcrum B, with student pilot's seat installed in front of the instructor's seat. Both seats are covered with the common canopy opened up and back, above the rear seat there is a mirror deflected during the take-off and landing. The fuselage length has been increased only by 10cm.

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