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S E C T I O N S

MIG-29
MIG-21
ORAO
G-4 SUPER GALEB
G-2 GALEB

J-1 JASTREB

KA-27
SA-341/342 GAZELLE
OTHER
FLYING STARS
IRAQI MIGS IN YUGOSLAVIA
MIG-21 TECHNICAL DETAILS
MIG-21 VARIANTS
MIG-21 FISHBED

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Manufacturer:

Mikoyan-Gurevich Design Bureau

Country of origin:

USSR

Class:

Fighter

Type:

Fighter and ground-attack warplane

Powerplant:

MiG-21MF (‘Fishbed-J’): One MNPK ‘Soyuz’ (Gavrilov) R-13-300 turbojet rated at 41.53 kN dry and 64.72 kN with afterburning

Fuel capacity: Internal fuel 2076 kg comprising 2600 liters of which only 1800 liters are usable within low-speed center of gravity limits; external fuel up to one 490 liter and two 800 liter or three 800 liter drop tank; no provision for inflight refueling

Dimensions:

Wing: Span 7.15 m; aspect ratio 2.22; area 23.00 m2

Fuselage and tail dimensions: Length 15.76 m including probe and 12.25 m excluding probe and inlet centerbody; height 4.50 m; tailplane span 3.74 m; wheel track 2,78 m; wheel base 4.71 m

Operational weights: Empty 5843 kg; normal take-off 8200 kg with four AAMs; maximum take-off 9800 kg

Performance:

Maximum speed: Maximum level speed ‘clean’ 2230 km/h or Mach 2.10 at 11000 m and 1300 km/h or Mach 1.06 at sea level;

Maximum range: Ferry range 1800 km with three drop tanks; radius 370 km on a hi-lo-hi attack mission with four 250 kg bombs, or 740 km on a hi-lo-hi attack mission with two 250 kg bombs and one drop tank

Maximum rate of climb at sea level 11000 m per minute; service ceiling 15250 m

Supersonic: Yes

Crew:

Pilot on a KM-1 zero/150 km/h ejector seat

Fixed armaments:

One 23 mm Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-23L two barrel cannon with 200 rounds in a detachable ventral pack

Disposable armaments:

Up to 1500 kg of disposable stores carried on four hardpoints (all under the wings with each unit rated at 500 kg; typical loads are two R-3 (AA-2 ‘Atoll’) short-range AAMs plus two R-3 (AA-2-2 ‘Advanced Atoll’) short-range AAMs or two UV-16-57 multiple launchers each carrying 16 55 mm unguided rockets, or four UV-16-57 multiple launchers each carrying 16 55 mm unguided rockets or four 240 mm S-24 unguided rockets, or two 500 kg and two 250 kg free-fall bombs

Electronics & operational equipment:

Standard communication and navigation equipment, plus ARL-5 data-link, (offensive sensor RP-22 Saphir-21 ‘Jay Bird’ radar, (fire control and weapons management) ASP-PFD gyro sight provision for automatic range input (replaced in most aircraft by a rudimentary HUD), and (defensive sensors and systems) SPO-10 RWR, and provision for ECM jammer pods and wing tip ECM packs, the type can also carry an underfuselage reconnaissance pod (generally with three cameras, one IR linescaner and one chaff dispanser)

Operators:Afghanistan (65+), Algeria (90), Angola (70), Bangladesh (14), Bulgaria (80+), Burkina Faso (3+), Cambodia (20+), Congo (14), Cuba (169+), Czechoslovakia (350+), Egypt (475+), Ethiopia (95), Finland (54), Germany, East (250+), Guinea (8), Hungary (100+), India (675+), Iraq (230+), Laos (44), Libya (104), Madagascar (15), Mali (12), Mongolia (12). Nigeria (30), North Korea (220),North Yemen (12), Poland (400+), Romania (175+), Somalia (10), South Yemen (50+), Sudan (18), Syria (435+), Uganda (19), USSR (3000+), Vietnam (235+), Yugoslavia, SFR (120+), Zambia (18)

special thanks to Luka Baturan


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