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Instead of building it, the design was quickly reworked into the Ye Ye-2 made its maiden flight on 14 February , but program was abandoned when Mikulin RD turbojet became available. Six built. Identical to Ye-5 except for wings: Ye-2A had swept wings. Of twelve units planned for , only five were built; these were powered by R turbojets production version of RD and had one centerline hardpoint to carry a liter drop tank, a UB rocket pod or a FAB bomb.
All work on this aircraft was ordered to be terminated in , and the units built were reused for various special test programs. YE-4 The first delta wing prototype of the MiG Proof-of-concept testbed: used an existing production engine in a Ye-5 airframe. Ye Swept-wing, experimental high-altitude interceptor. Ye-2 airframe modified to fit Dushkin S rocket motor. Design work started in , first flight in Only one was completed due to continuing unavailability of the R11E powerplant. Some changes besides the engine were made from the Ye-4, including addition of a second hydraulic system.
The initial designation was I The aircraft that were built found work as test beds. YeP Rocket-boosted high-altitude interceptor project, terminated before construction. It was the first production aircraft, with 93 machines being made 20 in , 73 in The MiGF carried liters of fuel in six internal fuel tanks and was powered by an R11F turbojet engine with kgf of thrust. The earliest units were fitted with one NR and two NR cannon, subsequent aircraft were armed with two mm NR cannons 60 shells each, it was also capable of carrying two bombs ranging from 50 to kg each. The aircraft were later reused for other tests.
To this end it had a U rocket booster added to a fairing in the tail, and kept the upgraded R11F turbojet. On April 28, , Georgi Mosolov set the new altitude record at 34, m , ft , breaking the previous record set by an American pilot in an Lockheed F Starfighter by m ft.
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The development continued, however, eventually resulting in the MiGPF. Unlike the MiGF, the MiGF had only one NR cannon on the starboard side, with only 30 rounds; however, it added the capability to use the K missile system, of which two could be carried on underwing hardpoints. The MiGF was also built under licence in China as the Chengdu J-7 or F-7 for export, as well as in Czechoslovakia as the Aero S, though the S designation was not used for long; subsequently, the Czech-built units were referred to as "MiGF" just like the Soviet-built aircraft.
These were powered by the R11F turbojet and, starting with the seventh production batch, fitted with the RP radar the first six batches used the older TsDT radar aka RP The "L" designation may be short for lokator to reflect the different sensor suite in this version as compared to the standard PF. Wide-chord fin and brake chute fairing at its base.
Built under license in India as the Type Further, later-production PFM's reintroduced cannon armament, in the form of the capability to carry a GSh cannon and rounds in an underbelly pod. The first production unit was rolled out in early and production continued until Small changes were made throughout the production run. Early-production units had the R11F2S turbojet, which was replaced in later machines by the R powerplant.
Ye-7S Tactical fighter prototype - a production MiGPF converted into an avionics testbed to test the Sapfir fire-control radar. The production version of the Ye-7S. It had four underwing hardpoints, with the two outboard pods being "wet", that is, they could carry drop tanks. MiGS was produced from to and delivered only to the Soviet air force.
The type was also licence-built in India, the first Indian-built example being delivered in February MiGK ; proposal This was a proposed variant of the MiG for a dedicated ground attack role; the Mikoyan proposal was withdrawn before phase two of the competition, which was eventually won by the Su MiGMF Unofficial designation used in Bulgaria, East Germany, Romania and Czechoslovakia to refer to MiGMF aircraft delivered with cockpit instrumentation identical to that in the MiGbis the "75" refers to "", the year in which these entered production.
Though testing revealed an improvement in manoeuvrability, this variant was not put into production. Though a prototype for what would have been a new model, it never entered production. Though designed for export, only 15 were built and none were exported. This variant is easily spotted thanks to its larger spine. This variant was manufactured under licence by HAL in India from to Prokhanova and Lydia Zaitseva to set Back-to-Back altitude records. Prokhanova set a record of 24, m 79, ft - the highest any woman had ever gone - on May 22, , and a month later, Zaitseva set an altitude record for sustained level flight, at 19, m 62, ft.
Type 69 Indian Air Force designation. This package provides an upgrade of the avionics suite that includes installation of the Kopyo pulse-doppler radar, smaller version of N Zhuk airborne radar used by the MiG, which enables the aircraft to fire a greater range of modern weapons such as the beyond-visual-range Vympel R air-to-air missile.
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The upgraded avionics also enhance the aircraft's survivability as well as its ability to engage enemy fighters. Other upgrade features include installation of a dual-screen HUD, helmet-mounted target designator, and advanced flight control systems. MiG Single-seat 21st century version for export buyers. Made by Israel Aerospace Industries. The LanceR-A version is optimized for ground attack being able to deliver precision guided munitions of eastern and western origin as well as R, R and Python III air to air missiles.
Equipped with the Phazotron Kopyo Spear airborne radar, which is capable of simultaneously tracking 8 targets and engaging 2 of them with semi-active radar homing air-to-air missiles, such as the Vympel R The radar also enable the fighter to deploy active radar homing air-to-air missiles such as the Vympel R when an additional channel is incorporated.
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Russia has claimed that this version is equivalent to the early F MiG MiG upgrade. MiG re-engine with the Klimov RD engine. The Russians have claimed that the evaluation at Ramenskoye Airport had shown that this version has beaten simulated F in a mock dogfight with a score of Though an agreement had been reached between China and the USSR for licence production of the MiG in China, political relations soured between the two countries, causing Soviet assistance to stop.
This forced the Chinese to reverse-engineer parts of the handful of MiGFs supplied from the USSR, in order to make up for blueprints and documentation that had not yet been shipped over from the USSR at the time of the political rift. All subsequent development of the J-7 was indigenous to China and different from Soviet-made versions. The sole locally-built version of the MiGF differed externally from the Soviet-built examples by the solid dural sheet fairing behind the cockpit canopy, as opposed to the transparent one on the original Soviet MiG's.
These machines were built for the Czechoslovak Air Force and also for export. The R engines were imported from the Soviet Union.
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India The production of the MiGs in India under license by Hindustan Aeronautics in Nasik started with the MiGFL in in four phases starting with the assembly of CKD kits, moving on to subassemblies, parts, and finally advancing to production from scratch. In HAL production was switched to an improved version of the MiGM izdeliye 96 , which was designated Type 88 by HAL; as this variant was produced exclusively in India, no izdeliye designation is applicable.
A total of 75 were built in from CKD kits, and a further were built from scratch by Despite a series of crashes during the s, the Indian Air Force has decided to upgrade about of the MiGbis in its inventory to the MiG "Bison" standard. These will serve the Indian Air Force until Five reportedly based at Kyurdamir; to be withdrawn following purchase of 48 MiG Prior to , MiGs served with the following units:.
Little is known about the combat record of Angolan MiGs; only two air-to-air victories are known for certain. The last six were retired in as life expired. Six MiGR were delivered in and retired in A single MiGU izd. A few of these remain operational after having gunsights and weapons pylons removed and being redesignated MiGUM The following units operated MiGs in Forty MiGbis and MiGUM were bought from former East Germany in , of which 16 and 4, respectively, were put into service, the rest used for parts.
Twelve MiGR were delivered in Eighty MiGbis izd. Five MiGU izd. In , MiG's were known to be assigned to the following units:. Almost all were destroyed in the Six Day War - no more than 10 of the survived that war. Thirty MiGbis izd. Eighteen are still in service, though Su have replaced some.
MiG order of battle as of total 18 fighters and 6 trainers :. The first 54 of these were built and test-flown in the USSR, then dismantled and shipped to India for reassembly; the first one built completely from scratch in India was handed over to the IAF in October In , 65 MiGM were delivered to India; licence production of an improved variant unique to India, designated MiGMF Type 88 , began in and lasted until - a total of were built. Kits for 75 MiGbis izdeliye 75A were delivered in , and by , more were built from scratch in India. Contracts were signed in to upgrade MiGbis plus an option for 50 more in a service life extension program to extend their useful life to ; the first two were upgraded by Sokol in Russia, the remainder by HAL; 94 were completed by January A total of 45 MiGU of both izdeliye and were delivered, including five bought from Ukraine in There are reports of 20 MiGbis izdeliye 75A having been delivered in , though there is now no trace of these, likely meaning they are also retired.
A second batch of trainers, probably MiGUM, was also delivered. From , 94 MiGbis izdeliye 75A were delivered. Only the three ex-Czech aircraft are still in service.
All MiGs were placed in storage by By , 80 MiGF were delivered, with the first 14 arriving in or before In , 38 MiGbis izdeliye 75A were delivered from Kyrgyzstan. According to one estimate, MiG's are in service. As of , units known to be operating MiGs are:. Romania - Romanian Air Force: 24 MiGF were delivered in ; they were withdrawn in but not officially written off until The survivors were grounded in the early s and put into storage by The last of these were retired in , replaced by MiG Lancer A's.
A total of 73 Lancer A's and 26 Lancer C's were built, these are currently in service. The first for were MiGU izdeliye arriving in , followed by three of izdeliye During the civil disturbances during the overthrow of the Nicolae Ceausescu regime, Romanian MiGs were quite active, mostly responding to "shadows" caused by probably Soviet electronic warfare.
Another source says there are MiG in service. The current order of battle is as follows:. Seven were destroyed in the Israeli raid on Entebbe in and the rest were destroyed or captured by Tanzanian forces in ; the wreckage of many of these were still visible in Entebbe as late as One of these was lost in an accident, but the rest continue in service in what is called "The Combat Unit. In , six UM's arrived from the Ukraine. The order of battle of units operating MiGs in is as follows:. It is estimated that 21 MiGMF were available in , though some reports cite as many as 60 fighters and 12 trainers.
Still other reports claim the presence of MiGbis, but these are unsubstantiated. It is not known how many are still airworthy. The two trainers and eight surviving fighters were upgraded in Israel in and are now in service. Following the overthrow of the communist government, the armies of some warlords operated MiG's. MiG's were operated by the following units in the late s:.
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