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MiG-21MF
Unit: UAAF
Serial: U-903

In 2003 U-903, U-906 and U-908 were in very bad condition at Entebbe IAP scrapyard.

Artist: © Americo Maia
Source: http://geocities.yahoo.com.br/alvmaia/

Discussion: Comments
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MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21MF | U-903
05/08/2013

MiG-21MF
Unit: UAAF
Serial: U-906

The a/c with 1964-style insignia. Destroyed at Entebbe International Airport on 3rd July 1976 during the Entebbe Raid.

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

Discussion: Comments
MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21MF | U-906
05/08/2013



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.
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MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21MF | U-906
05/08/2013

MiG-21MF
Unit: UAAF
Serial: U-907

According this source: Destroyed at Entebbe International Airport on 3rd July 1976 during the Entebbe Raid."Uganda, early 1970s; African MiGs are not very often seen in flying, but this one was - and at a very low level, sometimes in the early 1970s, when the UAF MiG-21MF was still largely intact. Ugandan Air Force acquired at least 16 (but probably 18) MiG-21MFs and at least two MiG-21Us from the USSR in the early 1970s. The Israelis destroyed seven of these during the Entebbe raid, in 1976, and at least one was lost during the war with Tanzania, in 1978. It is unknown if this example survived: the MiG-21U 'U901', for example, can still be found on the scrap yard near Entebbe IAP, together with remnants of two or three other examples

Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal

Discussion: Comments
MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21MF | U-907
05/08/2013



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.
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MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21MF | U-907
05/08/2013

MiG-21MF
Unit: UAAF
Serial: U-916

Entebbe, Uganda, 5 April 1979; this MiG-21MF was one of only seven survivors from the original batch supplied by the USSR, in the early 1970s. It was captured by Tanzanian troops at the Entebbe IAP, at the end of the war between the two countries and then flown out to Tanzania. Note that it is possible the serials of Ugandan MiG-21s were applied in a lighter color than black: eventually red or green could have been used either.

Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal

Discussion: Comments
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MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21MF | U-916
05/08/2013

MiG-21bis
Unit: UAAF
Serial: 9811

No additional information

Artist: © Fabian Hinz
Source: El Presidente Decals

Discussion: Comments
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MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21bis | 9811
05/08/2013

MiG-21bis
Unit: UAAF
Serial: 9818

Despite some rumors to contrary, Uganda never operated any MiG-21F-13s. Nevertheless, in 1998 five ex-Polish Air Force and one ex-Polish Navy MiG-21bis were purchased, three of which were then given to IAI for refurbishment and upgrade to a standard similar to that of the MiG-29. These three aircraft were seen at Lod IAP, in Israel, last year, probably short of their delivery. Flown by - probably Byelorussian - mercenaries, they were finally delivered early this year, but one crashed on 15 July, killing the pilot.

Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal

Discussion: Comments
MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21bis | 9818
05/08/2013

All available indications point at the fact that Ugandan MiG-21s became operational much too late to become involved in the Congo War of 1998-2001. This ex-Polish MiG-21bis is depicted in the appealing camouflage scheme it received after overhaul and upgrade by the Israeli Aircraft Industries (IAI). When delivered from Poland, it was in natural metal overall, sporting a large red serial typical to the Warsaw Pact and had the Ugandan flag on the tail instead of the current roundel. Apart from the paintscheme, the most visible part of the upgrade is the addition of a chaff&flare dispenser on the lower back fuselage, just above the ventral fin.

Artist: © Tom Cooper
Source: The ACIG Journal
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MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21bis | 9818
05/08/2013

MiG-21UM
Unit: UAAF
Serial: 9307

Entebbe International Airport, 2007. This a/c to be serialled 9307.

Artist: © Americo Maia
Source: http://geocities.yahoo.com.br/alvmaia/

Discussion: Comments
MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21UM | 9307
05/08/2013



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.
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MiG MiG-21/J-7 Fishbed/Mongol | Uganda | UAAF | MiG-21UM | 9307
05/08/2013

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