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Russian Military Aircraft, MiG-29 Fulcrum Jet Fighters, Airplane Models, plastic model kits, wood kits, die cast and mahogany display models, plus fighter jet rides.The MiG-29 Fulcrum jet fighters were built to be lightweight, inexpensive, very fast and very maneuverable. The name Fulcrum was coined by the United States Military and the Russians liked it so much that, that is what the Russians called it. These jet fighter airplane models come in plastic airplane model kits, wood kits, mahogany airplane models and Die Cast display models. Plus, MiG-29 fighter jet rides. The MiG-29 UB is the two-seat trainer variant of one of the best multi-purpose combat aircraft to ever come out of the Soviet Union. In order to make space for the second pilot, this version lacks the pulse Doppler radar system found in the single-seat version. A positive thrust-to-weight ratio results in easy vertical takeoffs, and powerful dual Klimov RD-33 turbofan engines deliver an impressive top speed of Mach 2.3. Kit features exceptional filigree engraving, upgraded engine compartment detail and an extensive range of guided missiles and drop tanks.
There are many versions of this plane, these specs cover only one version.
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1/72 Die Cast Model
This is an unprecedented glimpse inside a top Russian aircraft using information that, only a few years ago, was highly classified. One of the best fighters of the current age, the MiG-29 Fulcrum is Mach 2.3 capable and has set many world records, including topping the Lockheed SR-71 in altitude. It's a fighter that will be a factor for years to come, and this is an extraordinary look at its capabilities. 128 pgs., 110 color photos and illustrations, 8½"x 11", sfbd.
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A twin-engine jet capable of speeds in excess
of Mach 2.3. Similar in size and layout to the US F-18 Hornet.
Great for "Top Gun" maneuvers in a fantastic fighter jet ride. MiG-29A
Fulcrum 1/48 Kit
No. 47 Squadron, Indian Air Force
Russian Air Force, The Swifts Aerobatic Team, Moscow, 2007
9-12A, 3911 Zatec Air Base, Czechosovakia 1992
Russian Air Force, Moscow Oblast, 1989
Replicating a MiG-29 Fulcrum flown by the 11th SLP, Czech
Air Force, stationed at Zatec Air Base in the Czech Republic in 1992, this 1/72
scale, die cast Witty Wings Sky Guardians model features engraved panel lines, a
detailed cockpit with a pilot figure and an opening canopy, movable flight
control surfaces, wing-mounted missiles, detailed air intakes and engine
exhausts, extended landing gear, authentic #5918 tail markings, and more.
Measures 9½" long with a 6¼" wingspan and arrives ready to display.
Ukrainian Falcons Display Team, 1997
MiG-29 1/72 Die Cast Model
Russian MiG-29 Fulcrum Aviation Art
In the Talons of Eagles
During Operation Desert Storm, Capt. Charles Magill - flying his F-15 with the 33rd Tactical Fighter Wing - fires upon an Iraqi MiG-29 that threatened their strike force. 16"x 11½" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
|The MiG-29 (NATO code "Fulcrum") is one of the most advanced combat airplanes in the Russian Air Force. It was designed for gaining an air superiority role in the Soviet Union during the early 80s. One of the most advanced airplanes in the world, the legendary MiG-29 has turbojet engines and boasts a superior ratio of power over mass coupled with excellent aerodynamics.|
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