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??? - From Cambodia to Cuba ... the ubiquitous MiG-17
A Soviet modification of the MiG-15bis for ground attack.
A MiG-15bisT target-tug of the Czechoslovak Air Force. The winch can be seen below the forward fuselage.
The MiG-15bis, seen in service with the Polish Air Forces as the LIM-2, was probably built in larger numbers than any other fighter of its generation. Identifying features are the IFF post antenna and the radio altimeter aerial beneath the port wing.
Совершивший первый полет 30 декабря 1949 года, МиГ-15 стал первым массовым советским реактивным истребителем. На снимке - МиГ-15бисР польских ВВС с подфюзеляжным контейнером с фотоаппаратурой.
A MiG-15bisR tactical reconnaissance fighter in service with the Polish Air Forces. The camera pack may be seen mounted beneath the cannon magazines.
Although Soviet sources have alleged that the MiG-17 was an entirely new design, the drawings reveal graphically the extent of commonality between the MiG-17 and the earlier MiG-15bis, a silhouette of the latter (in magenta with black detail) being overlaid on a silhouette of the former (in blue with white detail).
5 октября 1969 года летчик ВВС Кубы перелетел на МиГ-17 с бортовым номером "232" в США. Фотография сделана во время полета МиГ-17 к авиабазе ВВС США Хоумстид, штат Флорида, где истребитель и выполнил посадку. Куба в числе многих других стран получила МиГ-17 советской постройки. Не исключено, что несколько МиГ-17 использовались на Кубе для подготовки летчиков и в первые годы 21 века.
A MiG-17F of the Cuban air arm.
Early production MiG-17s (Fresco-As) in service with a V-VS advanced flying training school. The early-type air brakes and lack of afterburner extension (see second aircraft) identify this initial day fighter variant.
Modified version of the MiG-17F, the LIM-5M. The large brake chute housing may be seen protruding beneath the vertical tail surfaces.
Although Soviet sources have alleged that the MiG-17 was an entirely new design, the drawings reveal graphically the extent of commonality between the MiG-17 and the earlier MiG-15bis, a silhouette of the latter (in magenta with black detail) being overlaid on a silhouette of the former (in blue with white detail).
A view of the MiG-17PF showing clearly the swollen upper intake lip housing the ranging scanner and the radome on the intake splitter housing the conical scan dish.
The cockpit of the limited all-weather MiG-17PF.
МиГ-17ПФУ
A standard MiG-15UTI serving with Finland's air arm, Ilmavoimat. Note single 12,7-mm UBK-E machine gun on portside.
A modified MiG-15UTI that was employed in Czechoslovakia as an Izumrud AI radar trainer.