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Most Capable Fighter Aircraft Ever Produced

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posted on Nov, 8 2008 @ 02:16 AM
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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
reply to post by GrOuNd_ZeRothe su 27 did not have the fire control system of the F15, the eagle would have destroyed the su bvr, beyound visual range, go figure
 



Who told you that?:

1.

The US Air Force claims the F-15C is in several respects inferior to, or at best equal to, the MiG-29, Su-27, Su-35/37, Rafale, and EF-2000, which are variously superior in acceleration, maneuverability, engine thrust, rate of climb, avionics, firepower, radar signature, or range. Although the F-15C and Su-27P series are similar in many categories, the Su-27 can outperform the F-15C at both long and short ranges.

www.fas.org...


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In long-range encounters, with its superior radar the Su-27 can launch a missile before the F-15C does, so from a purely kinematic standpoint, the Russian fighters outperform the F-15C in the beyond-visual-range fight. The Su-35 phased array radar is superior to the APG-63 Doppler radar in both detection range and tracking capabilities. Additionally, the Su-35 propulsion system increases the aircraft’s maneuverability with thrust vectoring nozzles.

www.fas.org...


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[edit on 9/11/08 by Jbird]




posted on Nov, 8 2008 @ 04:11 AM
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2. " In long-range encounters, with its superior radar the Su-27 can launch a missile before the F-15C does, so from a purely kinematic standpoint, the Russian fighters outperform the F-15C in the beyond-visual-range fight.

The only way a Su-27 can have ever had an advantage in BVR is with the R-27, which have had an admittedly superior range (80 - 130km) compared to the early AMRAAM (50 - 80KM). Most variants of the R-27 are actually semi-active. This refers to the fact that the missile itself is only a passive detector of a radar signal – provided by an external ("offboard") source – as it reflects off the target. Basically, you need a continuous-wave illumination for the missile to hit. But, there's a catch; this is both easy to detect with RWR, and the radar on the Su-27 can only illuminate one target at a time. R-77 is moot, only upgraded Flankers with an upgraded radar in the SM standard could fire them. All thirty-two of them by 2009.

The radar on the Su-27 was likely more powerful than on the F-15.

The radar proved to be a major developmental problem for the Su-27. The original Soviet requirement was very ambitious, demanding a multi-target engagement capability and 200km range against "bombers" (16 sq.m RCS to match a Tu-16). This would greatly exceed the detection range of the F-15's APG-63 (about 180km vs a 100 sq.m RCS target)

www.bookrags.com...

However...

The radar only achieved a 140km detection range versus the Tu-16, and could only engage a single target. Even then, the radar was initially beset by reliability problems and this caused the N001 to be accepted for service in 1991, half a decade after the Su-27 first entered service in 1986.

en.wikipedia.org...


However, ten years after the APG-63 entered service, it was upgraded with a programmable signal processor, with the software constantly updated. Su-27 radar has also been regularly updated. I've seen no modern estimations on the capability of either. Therefore, I'm reluctant to call either better.

By 1991 the AMRAAM was entering service, and the F-15 radar had been upgraded to the AN/APG-63(V)1. (90+ in service) Today there is the AIM-120C-7 (105km+, with no limitations) and JHMCS with Aim-9x. AIM-120D is entering service with a far longer range than the C-7, and 161 F-15s may be possibly by upgraded with AESA. Today, 18 are AESA.


The Su-35 phased array radar is superior to the APG-63 Doppler radar in both detection range and tracking capabilities. Additionally, the Su-35 propulsion system increases the aircraft’s maneuverability with thrust vectoring nozzles."

That is true, however, keep in mind, there is not many of them. Only, about 12?

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[edit on 8/11/2008 by C0bzz]



posted on Nov, 8 2008 @ 04:36 AM
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But they are in production as the Rus AF new standard fighter, so there are going to be many more of them. This move alone however tells me that the Pak Fa is still further years in the future than anyone is admitting, otherwise they wouldn't bother.



posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 01:13 AM
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Speaking of AESA F-15... All 224x F-15E's are to be upgraded with the APG-63 (v3) AESA. Approximately 178x F-15C aircraft are funded to receive APG-63 (v2) AESA radar upgrades.

www.boeing.com...

www.pacaf.af.mil...

The APG-63 (v3) is a misnomer, because it has technology from the APG-79 in it.




reply to post by waynos
 



In addition to a contract for the production of the Superjet 100, a 3-year deal was signed with the Defense Ministry for repair and modernization of Su-27SM aircraft. The Russian Air Force initially planned to equip one regiment with modernized Su-27 warplanes in 2004, and 20 planes of the type were sent to the factory in Komsomolsk-on-Amur for modernization during the year. On 23 November 2004 JSC “Sukhoi Company”, JSC Sukhoi Design Bureau, and JSC KNAAPO got past the successive point of the aircraft production maturity by transferring the first production-run modernized Su-27SM aircraft to the Air Force of the Russian Federation.

On 29 November 2006 a contract was prepared for the upgrade at KnAAPO of another twenty-four Su-27 fighters to the Su-27SM configuration, according to a statement by Mikhail Pogosyan, Sukhoi Director-General. "This year we have supplied the Russian AF with six upgraded Su-27SM fighters, thus completing a three-year contract for upgrading another twenty-four Su-27 aircraft to the Su-27SM configuration," M.Pogosian said. According to him, this was the first such massive modernization of combat aircraft under the Russian Air Force’s order in recent years.

www.globalsecurity.org...


Seems to me they're modernising the newest Su-27 and are going to start deliveries of the Su-35BM soon.


"I think we will start deliveries of the Su-35 to the Russian Air Force in 2010-2011. We are also planning to promote this fighter on our traditional markets in Southeast Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America," Mikhail Pogosyan said.

en.rian.ru...



In 2008, the 117C engine was developed, enabling the designers to start the flight tests of the new aircraft, scheduled to be finished by 2010. The state armament program for 2006-2015, adopted in 2006, envisages mass production of the Su-35BM for the Russian Air Force, and the Defense Ministry is expected to purchase 182 of these aircraft. In addition, technology developed within the Su-35 project will be used to upgrade the Su-27s to the Su-27CM2 standard.

en.rian.ru...


I don't see them getting 182 of them though. They are getting 58 SU-34 by 2012 however.


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posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 05:11 AM
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Thats very close to the number of Raptors ordered by the USAF isn't it, coincidence? I don't know.

Seems strange to hear of the Russians buying fighters in those sort of numbers. Gone are the days when they only ever seemed to buy 450-600 at a time. With these mods and new production as well I don't expect to see an operational pak fa this side of 2020 (not that I did anyway if its as all-new as they say it will be). No doubt an 'F-22B' will be in the works ready for it.



posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 02:41 PM
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Originally posted by C0bzz

I don't see them getting 182 of them though. They are getting 58 SU-34 by 2012 however.


[edit on 9/11/2008 by C0bzz]


We don't care about what "you" think, we just know what Russia's plan is.

[edit on 9-11-2008 by 1000hanz]




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[edit on 9/11/08 by Jbird]



posted on Nov, 10 2008 @ 06:06 AM
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Well if you don't care what I think then fine - Put me on ignore. At least then, I won't have to reply eight year old, irrelevant, FAS articles.
Anyway, topic. Like I have have said to you previously. Reading is fundamental. There is no 'plan'.


The state armament program for 2006-2015, adopted in 2006, envisages mass production of the Su-35BM for the Russian Air Force, and the Defense Ministry is expected to purchase 182 of these aircraft.



"I think we will start deliveries of the Su-35 to the Russian Air Force in 2010-2011. We are also planning to promote this fighter on our traditional markets in Southeast Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America," Mikhail Pogosyan said.




[edit on 10/11/2008 by C0bzz]



posted on Nov, 10 2008 @ 05:22 PM
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Originally posted by C0bzz
reply to post by 1000hanz
 



Well if you don't care what I think then fine - Put me on ignore. At least then, I won't have to reply eight year old, irrelevant, FAS articles.
Anyway, topic. Like I have have said to you previously. Reading is fundamental. There is no 'plan'.


The state armament program for 2006-2015, adopted in 2006, envisages mass production of the Su-35BM for the Russian Air Force, and the Defense Ministry is expected to purchase 182 of these aircraft.



"I think we will start deliveries of the Su-35 to the Russian Air Force in 2010-2011. We are also planning to promote this fighter on our traditional markets in Southeast Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America," Mikhail Pogosyan said.




[edit on 10/11/2008 by C0bzz]
What you just posted has nothing to do with what I was talking about in MY post.


[edit on 10-11-2008 by 1000hanz]



posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 04:02 AM
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The russian fleet has been upgraded to the SU-27SM standard

they have IRST , a new RWR new engines and the radar is the zhuk pesa set.

[edit on 11/11/08 by Harlequin]



posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 11:15 AM
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Only a small number of Su-27SM's are currently in service, Russia will gradually upgrade roughly half it's Su-27 fleet to the SM standard.



posted on Nov, 11 2008 @ 10:44 PM
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I was under the impression the Su-27SM had an upgraded N001. (N001VE), and that a small amount of the fleet had been modernised...?

www.milavia.net...

???

The IRST is now offset, but I'm not sure if it's a new system?

[edit on 11/11/2008 by C0bzz]



posted on Nov, 12 2008 @ 04:28 AM
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The N001 `slot back` has been replaced (in the main) by the much more capable N001V (which itself is now being phased out for either the N001VE or more likely the N001VEP)

The N001 is old now and although the front end is `not bad` the processor is quite poor ;it can track 10 targets but whilst having trank and scan capability it loses track of the other targets when you lock on to one!

this was one of the first issues addressed in the N001V - the VE (as used by the RuAF) goes further and can track and engage 2 independant targets whilst tracking 8 more.

although the *rumours* do say that the Zhuk-MSF (980mm antenna AESA) is in the running to replace it - so is the Irbis as well.

The MiG-35 as offered to the IAF has the Zhuk-MFE 700mm AESA radar (up fro the Zhuk-ME, with 585mm antenna) which makes it in the same class as the Super Hornet being offered (with aesa)

so yeah your right ofc about the radar - N001V(E)P set , i know where the Zhuk radar came from though , they offered it to China for the MK2 upgrades - but apparantly those quietly died.



posted on Nov, 12 2008 @ 05:48 AM
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The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

Being nothing even resembling an expert on aircraft performance, or engine specs, etc... I'm forced to go with results...

Grumman F6F Hellcat. It was intended to beat the various "zero" incarnations, and proceeded to do so magnificently. It was even a useful ground support aircraft.

I've a soft spot in my heart for the Republic P47 Thunderbolt, too. Big and bad, and flown properly, a match for anything flying during WWII. Ground support? Eight .50 calibre machine guns, eight 5 in. rockets, and a couple of bombs of the 500 pound variety, the very definition of fighter-bomber. In the Pacific at least one squadron outscored the vaunted VMF-214 Blacksheep flying another very capable mount the Chance-Vought F4U Corsair...can't remember the Thunderbolt squadron number, though.




As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.



posted on Nov, 12 2008 @ 10:46 AM
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Originally posted by Harlequin
reply to post by C0bzz
 



The N001 `slot back` has been replaced (in the main) by the much more capable N001V (which itself is now being phased out for either the N001VE or more likely the N001VEP)

The N001 is old now and although the front end is `not bad` the processor is quite poor ;it can track 10 targets but whilst having trank and scan capability it loses track of the other targets when you lock on to one!

this was one of the first issues addressed in the N001V - the VE (as used by the RuAF) goes further and can track and engage 2 independant targets whilst tracking 8 more.

although the *rumours* do say that the Zhuk-MSF (980mm antenna AESA) is in the running to replace it - so is the Irbis as well.

The MiG-35 as offered to the IAF has the Zhuk-MFE 700mm AESA radar (up fro the Zhuk-ME, with 585mm antenna) which makes it in the same class as the Super Hornet being offered (with aesa)

so yeah your right ofc about the radar - N001V(E)P set , i know where the Zhuk radar came from though , they offered it to China for the MK2 upgrades - but apparantly those quietly died.

Hey I thought the export MiG-35's Radar was called "Zhuk-AE"
and the domestic MiG-35's radar was called "Zhuk-AR"


[edit on 12-11-2008 by 1000hanz]



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 03:47 AM
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www.phazotron.com...

thats the makers website - the ME is listed but not the AE ; so who do you think is correct


lots and lots of different numbes and letters though - have sent them an email so will publish the reply

[edit on 13/11/08 by Harlequin]



posted on Nov, 13 2008 @ 03:16 PM
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Second Su-35BM built: www.knaapo.ru...



posted on Feb, 13 2009 @ 06:55 PM
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The greatest aircraft of all time, without a doubt, is the P-51 Mustang. All of the instruments and controls are in the right place. It's fast enough to strafe modern armor, but slow enough to cause modern jet aircraft like the F-16 to overshoot. And I hate the F-22. Why the heck do we need stealth? If you slip into an enemy airspace, as a fighter, and aren't detected, you can only soften up patrolling aircraft. You cannot strafe because your too fast, and any wrong move can blow your dang cover. I'm not sure how powerful our radar is, but I think that if it picked up a P-51 Mustang armed with 4 .50 cal machineguns and two light cannons, MiG 21's or F-16s would miss every chance they could have due to overshooting, and like stated before strafe ground targets. This is what i have to say about the F-22:

you!!!!!



posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 03:53 PM
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Originally posted by W4rl0rD
Most capable? F-22 for sure,stealth,manouverability,and supercruise all in 1. I don't think I need to /can say more,it is proabably the best fighter today,and not much info is around about it.



Best design? MiG-21.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 Fishbed/Mongol

Role: interceptor, dual-role fighter, multi-role fighter

Builder: Mikoyan-Gurevich, Xian Aircraft (Shenyang, China)
Variants: MiG-21F (Fishbed-C), MiG-21PF (Fishbed-D), MiG-21PFS (Fishbed-E), MiG-21PFM (Fishbed-F), MiG-21M/S/R/RF (Fishbed-H), MiG-21PFMA/MF (Fishbed-J), MiG-21SMT/SMB (Fishbed-K), MiG-21bis-A (Fishbed-L), MiG-21bis-B (Fishbed-N), MiG-21U (Mongol-A), MiG-21US/UM (Mongol-B), MiG-21-93, J-7 (F-7), J-7 II (F-7B), J-7 III, F-7M, F-7P

Operators: Russia, Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Azerbiajan, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Burma, Cambodia, China, Congo, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, East-Germany, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, Gunea , Hungary, India, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Laos, Lybia, Madagascar, Mali, Mongolia, Mozambique, Niger, North Korea, North Yemen, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Vietnam, Yugoslavia, Zambia, Zimbabwe,and many others.


The MiG-21 was a clear-weather interceptor with two underwing pylons for air-to-air missiles and improved version featured a gun pod on the centre line. Because of its small size it has a limited fuel and weapon carrying equipment and therefor a limited action radius. It is a fast, relatively agile and has superb acceleration and rate of climb, making it a dangerous adversary for most aircraft in its time. The aircraft design features mid-mounted delta wings, a long tubular fuselage, swept back tail section and a round intake in the nose with a nose-cone and one turbojet. The aircraft was NATO codenamed Fishbed and was exported to China which started its own production, producing the J-7 types (F-7 for export)


Second generation Fishbeds were equipped with Jay Bird radar, internal cannon and two additional wing hardpoints for air-to-surface weapons, making it a dual-role fighter. There are also variants with dual controls and a tandem two-seat cockpit, used for training, these types have a designation starting with U and are NATO codenamed Mongol.


Over 15 variants were developed and more than 8000 aircraft were produced. Pakistan is still taking delivery of improved versions of the F-7, produced by China, to replace its ageing Chinese F-6 aircraft (basically an improved version of the MiG-19). The MiG-21-93 is one of the latest upgrades for the Fishbed, especially Indian MiG-21s are or will be upgraded to this version. Also IAI introduced an upgrade package, called the MiG-21-2000, Elbit refurbished and updated Romanian MiG-21s tot the MiG-21 Lancer standard. Most of todays operators would rather like to retire the aircraft instead of upgrading it, but they simply can not afford to buy new aircraft, because of enormous financial cut-backs since the end of the Cold War. Still most nations continue to fly the outdated variants because even the upgrade program is a too expensive option. Therefore safety issues arises and more and more aircraft are scrapped for spares.

Extremely cheap,very agile and manovuerable. Sure,it cannot stand up to a F-22 or Typhoon,but then it is probably the most sucessful design ever,the widest exported plane yet.




Let's see the combat record of the MiG-21



Air victories : 223 + 6 UAV + 1 missile


10.03.1964 MiG-21F-13 (Russia) - 1 x RB-66C (USAF)
5.10.1965 J-7 (China) - 1 x RA-3B (USN)
3.01.1966 MiG-21F-13 (China) - 1 x UAV (USAF)
4.03.1966 MiG-21F-13 (Vietnam) - 1 x UAV (USAF)
5.03.1966 MiG-21F-13 (Vietnam) - 1 x UAV (USAF)
7.06.1966 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
7.07.1966 MiG-21F-13 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
11.07.1966 MiG-21F-13 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
5.10.1966 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4C (USAF)
9.10.1966 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4B (USN)
5.12.1966 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
14.12.1966 MiG-21F-13 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
28.04.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
30.04.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 3 x F-105D (USAF)
12.05.1067 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105F (USAF)
5.06.1967 MiG-21PF (Egypt) - 2 x Super Mystere B2 (Israel)
- 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
6.06.1967 MiG-21FL (Egypt) - 1 x Super Mystere B2 (Israel)
8.06.1967 MiG-21 (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
15.07.1967 MiG-21F-13 (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
23.08.1967 MiG-21PF (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
23.08.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 2 x F-4D (USAF)
16.09.1967 MiG-21PF (Vietnam) - 2 x RF-101C (USAF)
7.10.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105F (USAF)
9.10.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
8.11.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
18.11.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
- 1 x F-105F (USAF)
20.11.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
16.12.1967 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
17.12.1967 MiG-21PF (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4C (USAF)
- 1 x F-105D (USAF)
1968 MiG-21PF (Vietnam) - 1 x UAV (USAF)
3.01.1968 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
14.01.1968 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x EB-66C (USAF)
3.02.1968 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-102A (USAF)
4.02.1968 MiG-21PF (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105D (USAF)
12.02.1968 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4B (USN)
23.02.1968 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
7.05.1968 MiG-21PF (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4B (USN)
16.06.1968 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4J (USN)
3.11.1968 MiG-21PF (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
2.04.1969 MiG-21FL (Egypt) - 1 x Super Mystere B2 (Israel)
22.05.1969 MiG-21PF (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
26.06.1969 MiG-21FL (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
30.06.1969 MiG-21PFS (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
20.07.1969 MiG-21FL (Egypt) - 2 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
4.09.1969 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x RT-33A (Thailand)
11.09.1969 MiG-21FL (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
11.09.1969 MiG-21PFM (Egypt) - 2 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
12.1969 MiG-21PF (Vietnam) - 2 x UAV (USAF)
9.12.1969 MiG-21F-13 (Egypt) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
28.01.1970 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x HH-53B (USAF)
8.02.1970 MiG-21PFS (Egypt) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
9.02.1970 MiG-21PFS (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
2.03.1970 MiG-21 (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
2.03.1970 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
2.04.1970 MiG-21PFM (Syria) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
20.06.1970 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x A-4E (Israel)
26.06.1970 MiG-21 (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
4.11.1971 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
4.11.1971 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
14.11.1971 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
14.11.1971 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
6.12.1971 MiG-21FL (India) - 1 x J-6 (Pakistan)
12.12.1971 MiG-21FL (India) - 1 x F-104A (Pakistan)
16.12.1971 MiG-21FL (India) - 1 x J-6 (Pakistan)
17.12.1971 MiG-21FL (India) - 3 x F-104A (Pakistan)
18.12.1971 MiG-21PFM (Vietnam) - 2 x F-4D (USAF)
27.04.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4B (USN)
10.05.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4J (USN)
10.05.1972 MiG-21PFM (Vietnam) - 2 x F-4B (USN)
11.05.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-105G (USAF)
- 1 x F-4D (USAF)
20.05.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
23.05.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x A-7B (USN)
13.06.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
21.06.1972 MiG-21MF (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
23.06.1972 MiG-21MF (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
24.06.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
- 1 x F-4E (USAF)
27.06.1972 MiG-21MF (Vietnam) - 3 x F-4E (USAF)
5.07.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 2 x F-4E (USAF)
8.07.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
24.07.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
29.07.1972 MiG-21MF (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
30.07.1972 MiG-21MF (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
26.08.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4J (USMC)
11.09.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4B (USN)
- 1 x F-4E (USAF)
12.09.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
1.10.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
5.10.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4D (USAF)
6.10.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
12.10.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
26.12.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x F-4E (USAF)
- 1 x B-52D (USAF)
27.12.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 2 x F-4E (USAF)
28.12.1972 MiG-21 (Vietnam) - 1 x RA-5C (USN)
8.01.1973 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
13.09.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 1 x IAI Nesher S (Israel)
10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
6.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x A-4E (Israel)
7.10.1973 MiG-21 (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
- 1 x IAI Nesher (Israel)
7.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 2 x F-4E (Israel)
- 1 x A-4E (Israel)
7.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
- 2 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
7.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
- 1 x A-4E (Israel)
- 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
8.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x IAI Nesher (Israel)
- 1 x F-4E (Israel)
8.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 3 x F-4E (Israel)
8.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x RF-4E (Israel)
9.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 2 x F-4E (Israel)
11.10.1973 MiG-21PFS (Egypt) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
11.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 2 x F-4E (Israel)
11.10.1973 MiG-21PFM (Irak) - 1 x TA-4 (Israel)
11.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x A-4E (Israel)
10.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 2 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
12.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 2 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
13.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
14.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 4 x F-4E (Israel)
16.10.1973 MiG-21 (Egypt) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
16.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 1 x IAI Nesher S (Israel)
- 1 x F-4E (Israel)
17.10.1973 MiG-21PF (Egypt) - 1 x Dornier Do27 (Israel)
17.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 2 x IAI Nesher (Israel)
- 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
17.10.1973 MiG-21 (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
17.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Syria) - 2 x F-4E (Israel)
18.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
20.10.1973 MiG-21 (Egypt) - 1 x IAI Nesher (Israel)
20.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
21.10.1973 MiG-21FL (Egypt) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
21.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x IAI Nesher (Israel)
21.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
22.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 2 x IAI Nesher (Israel)
22.10.1973 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 3 x IAI Nesher S (Israel)
23.10.1973 MiG-21F-13 (Egypt) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
28.11.1973 MiG-21SMT (Russia) - 1 x RF-4E (Iran)
15.04.1974 MiG-21 (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
19.04.1974 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
- 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
4.06.1974 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x Mirage IIICJ (Israel)
14.07.1977 MiG-21PFM (North Korea) - 1 x CH-47D (USA)
21.07.1977 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x MiG-23MS (Libya)
21.07.1977 MiG-21MF (Somalia) - 1 x DC-3 (Ethiopia)
11.1979 MiG-21MF (Egypt) - 1 x MiG-23MS (Libya)
8.09.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x F-4E (Iran)
23.09.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 2 x F-5E (Iran)
25.09.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x RF-4E (Iran)
10.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x F-5E (Iran)
8.10.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x F-4D (Iran)
9.10.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x F-4D (Iran)
19.10.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x F-4E (Iran)
23.10.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 2 x F-5E (Iran)
1.11.1980 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x F-5E (Iran)
26.11.1980 MiG-21bis (Irak) - 1 x F-5E (Iran)
12.1980 MiG-21bis (Irak) - 1 x F-4E (Iran)
- 1 x F-14A (Iran)
16.12.1980 MiG-21 (Irak) - 1 x F-5E (Iran)
18.01.1980 MiG-21 (Irak) - 1 x F-4E (Iran)
04.1981 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x MiG-21R (Syria)
26.04.1981 MiG-21MF (Syria) - 1 x A-4E (Israel)
05.1981 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x AH-1J (Iran)
- 2 x F-4E (Iran)
- 2 x F-5E (Iran)
7.05.1981 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x F-4E (Iran)
8.05.1981 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x F-5E (Iran)
9.06.1982 MiG-21bis (Syria) - 1 x IAI Kfir C2 (Israel)
10.06.1982 MiG-21bis (Syria) - 1 x F-4E (Israel)
10.1982 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 2 x AH-1J (Iran)
- 1 x F-4E (Iran)
26.02.1984 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x CH-47C (Iran)
27.02.1984 MiG-21bis (Irak) - 1 x CH-47C (Iran)
21.10.1989 MiG-21bis (Syria) - 1 x BN-2A-3 Islander (Turkey / civilian)
7.01.1992 MiG-21bis (Serbia) - 1 x AB205 (EU)
12.01.1994 MiG-21 (Afghanistan / NC/UF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Afghanistan / DGM)
30.01.1994 MiG-21 (Afghanistan / NC/UF) - 2 x Su-22 (Afghanistan / DGM)
1995 MiG-21 (Afghanistan / NC/UF) - 1 x Su-20 (Afghanistan / IEA)
24.03.1999 MiG-21 (Serbia) - 1 x BGM-109 missile (US)
10.08.1999 MiG-21bis (India) - 1 x Br1150 Atlantic 1 (Pakistan)




Losses in air to air combat : 488


26.04.1966 F-4C (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
14.07.1966 F-4C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
14.07.1966 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21F-13 (Syria)
15.08.1966 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
9.10.1966 F-8E (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
11.1966 F-4C (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
5.11.1966 F-4C (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
2.01.1967 F-4C (USAF) - 7 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
6.01.1967 F-4C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
7.04.1967 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 6 x MiG-21F-13 (Syria)
23.04.1967 F-4C (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
26.04.1967 F-4C (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
4.05.1967 F-4C (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
20.05.1967 F-4C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
22.05.1967 F-4C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
5.06.1967 Ouragan (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
5.06.1967 Super Mystere B2 (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Syria)
5.06.1967 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 6 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 3 x MiG-21 (Syria)
6.06.1967 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
6.06.1967 Vautour (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21F-13 (Irak)
8.06.1967 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21F-13 (Syria)
9.06.1967 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21FL (Egypt)
8.07.1967 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
15.07.1967 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Syria)
20.07.1967 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
10.08.1967 F-4B (USN) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
24.10.1967 F-4D (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
26.10.1967 F-4B (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
26.10.1967 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
5.02.1968 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
6.02.1968 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
12.02.1968 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
9.05.1968 F-4B (USN) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
16.06.1968 F-4B (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
26.06.1968 F-8H (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
10.07.1968 F-4J (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
1.08.1968 F-8H (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
10.10.1968 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
19.12.1968 F-8C (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
1969 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
12.02.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
24.02.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
3.03.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21PF (Egypt)
8.03.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
15.03.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
5.05.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
21.05.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 1 x MiG-21PF (Syria)
29.05.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
24.06.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
26.06.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
2.07.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21PF (Syria)
- 4 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
8.07.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 6 x MiG-21 (Syria)
20.07.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
22.07.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
24.07.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
3.08.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
11.09.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
11.09.1969 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
6.10.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
11.11.1969 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
11.11.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
27.11.1969 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
1970 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
4.01.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
8.01.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Syria)
4.02.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
8.02.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Syria)
8.02.1970 F-4E (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
9.02.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
12.02.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
26.02.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21PF (Egypt)
- 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
6.03.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
6.03.1970 F-4E (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
16.03.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
25.03.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
27.03.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 8 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
28.03.1970 F-4J (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
2.04.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21PF (Egypt)
- 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
14.05.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
15.05.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
3.06.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
25.06.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
26.06.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
30.06.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
10.07.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 5 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
30.07.1970 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21MF (Rusia)
30.07.1970 F-4E (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21MF (Rusia)
1971 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
19.01.1972 F-4J (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
21.02.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
1.03.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
30.03.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
16.04.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 3 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
16.04.1972 B-52 (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
6.05.1972 F-4J (USN) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
8.05.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
10.05.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
10.05.1972 F-4J (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
11.05.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
23.05.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
31.05.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
31.05.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
13.06.1972 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
13.06.1972 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
21.06.1972 F-4J (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
21.06.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
8.07.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 3 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
18.07.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
29.07.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
29.07.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
10.08.1972 F-4J (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
12.08.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
15.08.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
19.08.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
28.08.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
9.09.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
9.09.1972 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
11.09.1972 F-4J (USMC) - 1 x MiG-21US (Vietnam)
12.09.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
12.09.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
16.09.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
5.10.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
6.10.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
8.10.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
12.10.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
13.10.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
15.10.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
15.10.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
21.11.1972 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 5 x MiG-21 (Syria)
21.11.1972 F-4E (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
18.12.1972 B-52D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
18.12.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Vietnam)
21.12.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
22.12.1972 F-4E (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
24.12.1972 B-52D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
28.12.1972 B-52 (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
28.12.1972 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
28.12.1972 F-4J (USN) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
7.01.1973 F-4D (USAF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Vietnam)
8.01.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
8.01.1973 RF-4E (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
13.09.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 7 x MiG-21 (Syria)
13.09.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 10 x MiG-21 (Syria)
13.09.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
6.10.1973 IAI Nesher S (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 4 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
7.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
7.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 1 x MiG-21 (Irak)
7.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
8.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
8.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
9.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
9.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21PF (Irak)
10.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
10.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
11.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
11.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
12.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
13.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 2 x MiG-21PF (Irak)
13.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
- 2 x MiG-21PF (Irak)
14.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21MF (Egypt)
14.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
15.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
16.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
16.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
17.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Syria)
17.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
17.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
18.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
20.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 5 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
21.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 1 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
21.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
22.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
22.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
- 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
23.10.1973 F-4E (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Syria)
23.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 5 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
24.10.1973 IAI Nesher (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
24.10.1973 Mirage IIIBJ (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
24.10.1973 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 9 x MiG-21 (Egypt)
19.04.1974 Mirage IIICJ (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21F-13 (Syria)
- 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
29.04.1974 F-4E (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Syria)
22.07.1977 F-5A (Ethiopia) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Somalia)
26.07.1977 F-5A (Ethiopia) - 4 x MiG-21MF (Somalia)
28.07.1977 F-5A (Ehtiopia) - 1 x MiG-21 (Somalia)
27.06.1979 IAI Kfir C2 (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Syria)
27.06.1979 F-15A (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21MF (Syria)
24.09.1979 F-15A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 2 x MiG-21MF (Syria)
24.08.1980 F-15A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
15.09.1980 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
24.09.1980 F-14A (Iran) - 2 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
20.10.1980 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
22.10.1980 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
26.10.1980 F-14A (Iran) - 2 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
21.11.1980 F-5E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
21.11.1980 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
24.11.1980 F-5E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
26.11.1980 F-5E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21bis (Irak)
27.11.1980 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
30.12.1980 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
31.12.1980 F-15 (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
4.01.1981 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
04.1981 MiG-21MF (Irak) - 1 x MiG-21R (Syria)
25.04.1981 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
26.04.1981 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
15.05.1981 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
15.05.1981 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
14.07.1981 F-16A (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
22.09.1981 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
23.10.1981 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
6.11.1981 Mirage F1CZ (South Africa) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Angola)
11.12.1981 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21 (Irak)
14.12.1981 F-14A (Iran) - 2 x MiG-21 (Irak)
9.03.1982 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
4.04.1982 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
25.05.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
26.05.1982 F-16 (Israel) - 3 x MiG-21 (Syria)
8.06.1982 F-16 (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
8.06.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
9.06.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Syria)
9.06.1982 F-15A (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 2 x MiG-21MF (Syria)
9.06.1982 F-16A (Israel) - 6 x MiG-21 (Syria)
10.06.1982 F-4E (Israel) - 1 x MiG-21 (Syria)
10.06.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 6 x MiG-21 (Syria)
10.06.1982 F-16A (Israel) - 7 x MiG-21 (Syria)
11.06.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
11.06.1982 F-15A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
11.06.1982 F-16A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 2 x MiG-21bis (Syria)
2.07.1982 F-15C (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21bis (Syria)
16.07.1982 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
15.09.1982 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
16.11.1982 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
20.11.1982 F-5E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
21.11.1982 F-14A (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
07.1983 AH-1J (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
25.02.1984 F-14A (Iran) - 2 x MiG-21bis (Irak)
19.04.1985 F-4E (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Irak)
5.12.1985 Mirage F1AZ (South Africa) - 1 x MiG-21MF (Angola)
02.1986 J-6 (Pakistan) - 2 x MiG-21 (Afghanistan)
14.02.1986 AH-1J (Iran) - 1 x MiG-21 (Irak)
16.04.1986 Mirage IIIEP (Pakistan) - 1 x MiG-21 (Afghanistan)
10.05.1986 Mirage IIIEP (Pakistan) - 1 x MiG-21 (Afghanistan)
17.01.1991 F/A-18C (USN) - 2 x MiG-21bis (Irak)
6.02.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21bis (Irak)
12.01.1994 MiG-21 (Afghanistan / NC/UF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Afghanistan / DGM)
22.03.1994 Su-22 (Afghanistan / NC/UF) - 1 x MiG-21 (Afghanistan / DGM)



posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 03:58 PM
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Originally posted by xmotex
The Navy's WW2 F6F Hellcat is credited with more air-to-air kills than any other aircraft the US has ever produced. Results matter, so I'd vote for the Hellcat.


If results is what you go by, it has to be the F-15

100+ kills
0 Killed in A2A combat


Yes, by kills vs losses in air combat, F-15 Eagle is the best: 104 kills with no losses in dogfight


Air victories: 104


27.06.1979 F-15A (Israel) - 5 x MiG-21MF (Syria)
24.09.1979 F-15A (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Syria)
24.08.1980 F-15A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
31.12.1980 F-15 (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
13.02.1981 F-15 (Israel) - 1 x MiG-25PD (Syria)
29.07.1981 F-15A (Israel) - 1 x MiG-25PD (Syria)
20.04.1982 F-15A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-23BN (Syria)
25.05.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
6.06.1982 F-15A (Israel) - 1 x MiG-23MS (Syria)
7.06.1982 F-15A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-23 (Syria)
8.06.1982 F-15A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 2 x MiG-23 (Syria)
9.06.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 4 x MiG-23 (Syria)
- 7 x MiG-21 (Syria)
10.06.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 6 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 2 x MiG-23 (Syria)
- 1 x SA342L (Syria)
11.06.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 4 x MiG-21 (Syria)
- 2 x MiG-23 (Syria)
25.06.1982 F-15A (Israel) - 2 x MiG-23MF (Syria)
2.07.1982 F-15C (Israel) - 2 x MiG-21bis (Syria)
31.08.1982 F-15 (Israel) - 1 x MiG-25RB (Syria)
20.11.1985 F-15D (Israel) - 2 x MiG-23ML (Syria)
2.06.1989 F-15C (Israel) - 2 x MiG-29 (Syria)
5.06.1984 F-15 (Saudi Arabia) - 2 x F-4E (Iran)
17.01.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 3 x MiG-29 (Irak)
- 2 x Mirage F1EQ (Irak)
- 1 x Mirage F1BQ (Irak)
19.01.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-25PD (Irak)
- 2 x MiG-29 (Irak)
- 2 x Mirage F1EQ (Irak)
24.01.1991 F-15C (Saudi Arabia) - 2 x Mirage F1EQ (Irak)
26.01.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 3 x MiG-23MF (Irak)
27.01.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 3 x MiG-23MF (Irak)
- 1 x Mirage F1EQ (Irak)
29.01.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-23 (Irak)
2.02.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 1 x Il-76 (Irak)
6.02.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-21bis (Irak)
- 2 x Su-25K (Irak)
7.02.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 3 x Su-22 (Irak)
7.02.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 1 x Mi-24 (Irak)
11.02.1991 F-15C (USAF) - 2 x Mi-8 (Irak)
14.02.1991 F-15E (USAF) - 1 x Mi-24 (Irak)
24.04.1999 F-15C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-29 (Serbia)
26.04.1999 F-15C (USAF) - 2 x MiG-29 (Serbia)
14.09.2001 F-15C (Israel) - 2 x MiG-29 (Syria)


Losses in air to air combat : 0



posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 04:02 PM
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