KrajinyUrss (Urss)
TypPozemné útočné lietadlo
FotografieVladimír Jakubov
VyhľadajteLetecké múzeum Minsk-Borovaya
Popis / kontrolAlbum 175 Fotografie prechádzky "Mig-27K"

Fotogaléria Mig-27K, The Mikoyan MiG-27 (Russian: Микоян МиГ-27; NATO reporting name “Flogger-D/J”) is a variable-geometry ground-attack aircraft, originally built by the Mikoyan design bureau in the Soviet Union and later license-produced in India by Hindustan Aeronautics as the Bahadur (“Valiant”). It is based on the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 fighter aircraft, but optimized for air-to-ground attack. Unlike the MiG-23, the MiG-27 did not see widespread use outside Russia, as most countries opted for the MiG-23BN and Sukhoi Su-22 instead. It currently only remains in service with the Indian, Kazakh and Sri Lankan Air Forces in the ground attack role. All Russian and Ukrainian MiG-27s have been retired.

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ÚlohuÚtočné lietadlo, stíhací bombardér
VýrobcaMikoyan OKB
Prvý letAugust 1970
Počet vstavaných1,075

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The MiG-27K is a variant of the MiG-27 family of fighter bombers, which are based on the MiG-23 fighter aircraft. The MiG-27K was developed by the Mikoyan-Gurevich design bureau in the Soviet Union and later licence-produced in India by Hindustan Aeronautics as the Bahadur (“Valiant”). The MiG-27K has a variable-sweep wing design that allows it to perform well at low and high speeds. The main role of the MiG-27K is to carry out ground-attack missions against moving and stationary targets, including hardened ones.
The MiG-27K can carry a variety of air-to-surface missiles, guided bombs and unguided rockets, as well as a 30mm cannon for close air support. The MiG-27K also has a laser rangefinder and marked-target seeker system for improved accuracy and target identification. The MiG-27K entered service with the Soviet Air Force in 1975 and was retired in 1993. It remains in service with the Kazakh Air Force, while India and Sri Lanka have retired their fleets of MiG-27Ks.

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