MIG-17

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Memories of the Korean War's MiG-15 and the later MiG-17 were still very much on everyone's mind.
In addition, Taylor believed that the MiG-17 Fresco model As at Phuc Yen Air Base near Hanoi, were insufficiently able to impede Rolling Thunder operations.
The document fragment lists various Soviet aircraft, including MiG-17 and MiG-19 fighters, as well as the Il-14 military cargo transport, and how much time and money it would take to reproduce them to withstand distant observation and/or up close examination.
It chronicles the problems and successes of a "black" program designed to acquaint America's fighter force with the flying and fighting characteristics of the MiG-17 Fresco, MiG-21 Fishbed, and MiG-23 Flogger.
Airfields needed to be repaired to receive an additional 40 MiG-17 jet fighters from Algeria.
According to the Observatory, which collates reports from activists around Syria, the base still contained dozens of Mig-17 and Sukhoi L39 fighter jets.
The CDS, Admiral Robert Falls, was adamant that we acquire the CF-16 a single-engine VFR (daylight) fighter akin to the F-86 Sabre of the Korean War era's dogfights with the Soviet MiG-17. There was a near-mutiny from pilots (captains, majors and lieutenant-colonels) under my command who believed that we needed a more versatile aircraft.
Navy was shot down by a North Korean MiG-17 fighter over the Sea of Japan near North Korea.
Some of the most powerful weapons in armory like the Bofors guns, T-27 Guns from the artillery and MiG-27, MiG-17 and Cheetah helicopters from the Air Force took part in the exercise.
Sixty-five Soviet-era MiG-15, MiG-17, MiG-19, and MiG-2 fighters are for sale in Albania ...
The J-5 was China's first indigenously built fighter, basically a copy of the Soviet MiG-17 fighter from the early Cold War.
It housed, throughout the years, Russian MIG fighter aircraft, ranging from the MIG-15 and MIG-17, to the MIG-21 and MIG-29.