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Abandoned Russian aircraft

Abandoned Russian AirLarge numbers of Soviet military aircraft are abandoned throughout the former Soviet empire. Included among the rotting hulks are Mig 25s, helicopters and bombers.

The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25 (Russian: ???-25) (NATO reporting name “Foxbat”) is a very high-speed interceptor and reconnaissance/bomber aircraft designed by the Soviet Union’s Mikoyan-Gurevich bureau. First flown as a prototype in 1964, it entered service in 1970. With a top speed of Mach 3.2 (although flying at this speed will cause serious damage to the aircraft), a powerful radar and four air-to-air missiles, the MiG-25 was rumored to have initially caused panic[citation needed] among Western observers and military analysts who responded with the F-15 Eagle. The aircraft’s true capabilities were not discovered until 1976 when Viktor Belenko, a Soviet MiG-25 pilot, defected to Japan. Subsequent analysis revealed a simple-yet-functional design with vacuum-tube electronics, two massive turbojet engines, and sparing use of advanced materials such as titanium. This allowed for a production run of 1,190 aircraft.[3] The MiG-25 flew with a number of Soviet allies and former Soviet republics and it remains in limited service in Russia and several other nations.

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Posted By: Jerome Aronson

News Category: Abandoned

 

One Response to “Abandoned Russian aircraft”

  1. Awesome pics here! I love these planes and some of these old Russian airfields from the Cold War would be fascinating places to explore!

    Urban Ghosts Media on 07 Sep 2010 at 1:55 pm
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