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MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol - Angola

MiG-21MF
Serial: C48
Unit: FAR squadron commanded by Comandante Benigno Cortes

Ex Cuban MiG. Later 1970s. It was transported to Luanda in January 1976 on board of Soviet An-22. In 1976 this plane damaged during forced landing. It did not have national markings. But it has two dark identification stripes on the rudder.


Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal
MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol - Angola | MiG-21MF | FAR squadron commanded by Comandante Benigno Cortes | C48


Artist: © Anatoli.F.Ignatiy
Source: "Aviation and Times" 2007, No.4 (94)

MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol - Angola | MiG-21MF | FAR squadron commanded by Comandante Benigno Cortes | C48


According this source: this a/c was lost in an accident in 1976.


Artist: unknown
Source: "Mikoyan MiG-21 - Famous Russian Aircraft" by Yefim Gordon and Keith Dexter with Dmitriy Komissarov. (c) 2008 Ian Allan Publishing; Published by Midland Publishing 4 Waitling Drive, Hinkley, LE10 3EY, England. ISBN 978-1-85780-257-3.

MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol - Angola | MiG-21MF | FAR squadron commanded by Comandante Benigno Cortes | C48

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