Su-7B Fitter-A; Su-7BKL Fitter-A; Su-7BMK Fitter-A; Su-7UMK Moujik, Su-7IG Fitter-B; Su-17 (Su-20) Fitter-C; Su-17M Fitter-D; Su-22U Fitter-E; Su-22 Fitter-F; Su-20U Fitter-G
A pilot climbing into the cockpit of a Fitter-H. The nose droop is not obvious in this photograph, but the repositioned pitot, and the deeper and broader fairing aft of the cockpit can be seen.
Fitter-H (foreground) and its equivalent two-seater, Fitter-G, show the revised forward fuselage, enlarged fuel-housing dorsal fairing and enlarged vertical tail surfaces.
The first photographs to illustrate the Sukhoi Su-22 Fitter-F in service with the Fuerza Aerea Peruana. The first Su-22s were purchased by Peru in 1976, and those illustrated belong to Escuadron de Caza 11 ''Los Tigres"of Grupo de Caza 12. Normally based at Las Palmas, this Escuadron is seen at the Jorge Chavez Airport, Lima, to where it has been deployed during the current tension between Peru and Ecuador. A second unit operating the Su-22 within the FAP is the Escuadron de Caza 13. The original purchase of the Sukhoi aircraft by the FAP comprised 32 single-seat Su-22s and four two-seat Su-22Us, but a further batch of 16 was ordered last year.
The first photographs to illustrate the Sukhoi Su-22 Fitter-F in service with the Fuerza Aerea Peruana, a two-seat Su- 22U Fitter-E also being visible in the line-up left.
A lineup of Fitter-Ds, the first version of the Sukhoi tactical fighter to be equipped with terrain-avoidance radar and a laser marked target seeker. The Fitter-D is essentially similar to the export Fitter-F in Peruvian service.