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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-1 Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-1

1940

The first design to achieve production status of an OKB (Experimental Construction Bureau) headed by Artem ...

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Exigencies of the times precluding fundamental redesign of the MiG-1 to eradicate the fighter's less acceptable characteristics, ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-3

1940

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-3

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-210 Mikoyan/Gurevich I-210

1941

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Assigned the Izdeliye (Product) designation T, the design of a DIS {Dalniy istrebitel soprovozhdenya), or long-range escort ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich DIS (MiG-5)

1941

Mikoyan/Gurevich DIS (MiG-5)

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-230 (MiG-3U) Mikoyan/Gurevich I-230 (MiG-3U)

1942

With the primary objective of improving the aerodynamics of the basic MiG-3 design, the OKB began work ...

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After completion by the TsAGI of full-scale wind tunnel testing of the I-210 alias IKh, the ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich I-211

1942

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-211

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-231 Mikoyan/Gurevich I-231

1943

A third I-230 airframe was completed early in 1943 with a 1800hp Mikulin AM-39 12-cylinder Vee-type ...

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Late in 1942, work was well advanced at the MiG bureau on several aircraft in parallel ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich I-220

1943

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-220

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-225 Mikoyan/Gurevich I-225

1944

Although, by early 1944, the VP programme was of little more than academic interest, work continued ...

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The first of the "A" high-altitude fighter series to mate turbo-supercharger and cabin pressurisation, the I-222, or ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich I-222

1944

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-222

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-224 Mikoyan/Gurevich I-224

1944

The last of the "A" series high-altitude fighter prototypes to enter flight test, the I-224 was ...

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It was very un-MiG like. Light high-wing canard monoplane with pusher propeller, built of wood ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-8 "Utka"

1945

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-8 "Utka"

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-13 (I-250) Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-13 (I-250)

1945

In February 1944, the MiG OKB initiated the design of a mixed-power single-seat fighter with the ...

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Assigned the Izdeliye designation F by the OKB and the initial military designation I-300, the first ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-9

1946

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-9

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-270 Mikoyan/Gurevich I-270

1947

Created by the OKB as the Zh to meet a 1945 requirement for a rocket-propelled target ...

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After the war the Soviet Union suffered from lack of gas-turbine experience and designed its ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-15

1948

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-15

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-320 Mikoyan/Gurevich I-320

1949

To meet a requirement for a twin-engined all-weather fighter formulated in January 1948, the MiG OKB ...

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Characterised by what was at the time extreme wing sweepback - 60 at the leading edge ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich I-350

1951

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-350

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-360 Mikoyan/Gurevich I-360

1952

At the end of 1951, the MiG OKB had completed an adaptation of the MiG-17 airframe ...

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Less than a year after the MiG-15 had been sanctioned for production (1948), this design ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-17

1953

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-17

Mikoyan/Gurevich SN Mikoyan/Gurevich SN

1953

Despite termination of trials in 1951 with the SU derivative of the MiG-15 featuring paired 23mm ...

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The I-350 prototype of the MiG-19 first flew in September 1953. The initial production day ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-19

1954

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-19

Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-4 / Ye-5 Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-4 / Ye-5

1955

The Ye-4 was the true progenitor of the MiG-21, becoming the Ye-4/2 with airflow fences. ### The Ye-5 ...

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By early 1954, the MiG OKB was involved in a design programme with the objective of ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-2

1955

Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-2

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-370 Mikoyan/Gurevich I-370

1955

During 1953, the MiG OKB launched the design of a single-engined tactical fighter which was to ...

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The MiG-21 air-superiority fighter was developed on the basis of experience of ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-21

1956

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-21

Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-50 Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-50

1956

In 1954, the MiG OKB began to investigate the potential of a mixed-power, short-range point defence ...

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In its definitive form the ultimate extrapolation of the basic MiG-19 design, the SM-12 evolved, by ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich SM-12

1957

Mikoyan/Gurevich SM-12

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-7U Mikoyan/Gurevich I-7U

1957

Prior to abandonment of the I-3 (I-380) without flight test owing to the Klimov bureau's inability ...

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Retaining the wing of the I-7U and designed around the 30km acquisition-range Uragan 5 radar and a ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich I-75

1958

Mikoyan/Gurevich I-75

Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-152A Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-152A

1959

For high speed development purposes and as a test bed for a 15-tonne engine that was ...

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With the availability of the R-15-300 engine in acceptable form for fighter installation, the MiG OKB ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-152(P)

1961

Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-152(P)

Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-8 Mikoyan/Gurevich Ye-8

1962

During 1961, the MiG OKB initiated work on an upgraded fighter based on the basic MiG-21PF ...

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Knowing that the US Air Force had named North American Aviation as prime contractor to ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-25

1965

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-25

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-23 Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-23

1967

One of the most important tactical war-planes of the Soviet Union, the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 (NATO reporting ...

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One of two parallel studies to meet a VVS requirement for a new frontal fighter capable ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-23PD

1967

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-23PD

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-27 Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-27

1970

The aircraft is the version of MiG-23 fighter, optimized for strike missions by replacing the ...

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Designed as a long-range, extended-endurance PVO interceptor to replace the Tu-128 and MiG-25. ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-31

1975

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-31

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-29 Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-29

1977

Designed to a 1972 requirement intended to replace the MiG-21, MiG-23, Su-15 ...

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With a potential Russian requirement for 700 training aircraft, the order is being fiercely contested ...

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Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-AT

1996

Mikoyan/Gurevich MiG-AT

MAPO MiG 1.42 MAPO MiG 1.42

1999

The new Russian 5th generation fighter. The first prototype is expected to fly in 1999. ...

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