Jet fighter MiG-29 Fulcrum used by air forces of former USSR

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Jet fighter MiG-29 Fulcrum used by air forces of former USSR - vector illustration

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Vector image of Soviet (Russian) multipurpose aircraft Mikoyan and Gurevich. By the standards of NATO is named “Fulcrum”. The Mikoyan MiG-29 is a twin-engine jet fighter fourth generation. The plane is known for it’s maneuverability and efficiency. In the manufacture of aircraft are mainly used aluminum and composite materials. The machine is equipped with double-circuit turbojet engines, have a swept wings and two vertical fins. The steering is hydraulic. In the cab of the standard MiG-29 has a number of outdated analog devices for work with ground and air targets. Newer versions of the aircraft are equipped with board computers and color displays. The technical parameters allow attack to enemy planes with missiles type “medium-range” and big maneuverability in close air fight. This type of aircraft took part in many local conflicts around the world, as used in the Gulf War, Indo-Pakistani conflict and the war in Yugoslavia in 1999. Nowadays MiG-29 is still in service in the Russian Air Force and is used by many countries around the world. Excellent illustration with many details. The plane is camouflaged in green color scheme and has the insignia of Air Forces of Soviet union. On the fuselage, on left board below the cockpit was painted sign "Guard USSR" used by some squadrons. Isolated objects over white background.