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1

Tupolev Tu-22 Blinder

- "The engines look like a pair of binoculars even though the plane is blind." -TVH (Former co-captain)

2

Yakovlev Yak-28U Maestro

3

Shaanxi KJ200/Y-8 Balance Beam

-Developed from the Shaanxi Y-8

4

Nanchang Q-5 Fantan

-A Chinese built fighter, Q-5 is specific for the Chinese only. In other colors other than Chinese the designation would be A-5.

5

CAC CA-12 Boomerang

-CAC stands for commonwealth aircraft corporation

-Primary user was the Royal Australian Air Force/Navy

6

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 Fagot

-2 Wing fences on each wing.

7

AIDC FCK-1 Ching-Kuo

-Built in response by the Taiwanese to the United States refusing to sell the F-16 Fighting Falcon under pressure from China

8

Nakajima E8N Dave

9

Rec both

Kawasaki C-1 (none) top

Kawasaki C-2 (none) bottom

-C-2- notice the windows (eyebrow, cheek), also 3 bogies per side.

-C-1, no cheek or eyebrow windows, 2 bogies per side.

10

Mikoyan MiG-27 Flogger

11

Yakovlev Yak-25RV Mandrake

-No swept forward leading edge, long tube extending from the nose of the aircraft. Similar to the Yak-27R Mangrove, the Yak-27R has glass in the nose of the aircraft.

12

PZL Ts-11 Iskra

13

Hongdu L-15 Falcon

14

Mitsubishi LR-1 Solitaire

-Japanese military designation for the MU-2 Solitaire. There is another variant designated as the MU-2S that is used for search and rescue.

15

PAC JF-17 Thunder

-Built in response to sanctions placed on Pakistan and China during the late 1980's and early 1990's.

16

Sukhoi/PAK T-50 (none)

17

Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter

-Swept wing along with wing fences that the Fishpot variants all lack. Used in a ground attack role hence the rocket pods usually seen on the hard points.

18

SOKO 522 (none)

-Approximately 110 produced in former Yugoslavia in the two seat trainer and light attack role.

19

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-3 (none)

-Developed from the MiG-1

20

Lavochkin La-15 Fantail

21

Nanchang A-5 Fantan

-A Chinese built fighter, A-5 is specific for the export variants only. In Chinese colors the designation would be Q-5.

22

Yakovlev Yak-52 (none)

23

Yakovlev Yak-130 Mitten

-Has hard points where as the Aermacchi/Alenia M-346 Master does not.

24

PAC CT-4 Airtrainer

- PAC (Pacific Aircraft Corporation)

 

25

Tupolev Tu-95 Bear

26

Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack

27

PZL 37 Łoś

28

Yokosuka E14Y Glen

-Note the enormous vertical stabilizer that may or may not have a large break at the top.

-The E14Y Glen is one of the only aircraft to effectively bomb the contiguous US. In 1942 one E14Y Glen was launched from the deck of a Japanese submarine bombing Oregon in the hope of starting a large forrest fire.

29

AIDC FCK-1 Ching-Kuo

-Built by the Taiwanese in response to the United States not selling the F-16 Fight Falcon due to pressure from China

30

Xian Y-20 Kunpeng

-Notice windows, also almost always has flag on the tail.

31

Ikarus (none)/DM-6R Kurir

32

Learjet U-36A (none)

-Used by the JASDF at least six models were built

33

Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker

-Nose gear brace extends behind the strut on the nose gear.

34

Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter

-The Su-7 was operated in a ground attack role, it carries rocket pods or bombs under the wings. The Su-9 was used in an air superiority role and carries missiles under the wings. Note the raised spines along the fuselage shared with the Su-11.

35

Boeing 737-7ES Peace Eagle

-Not operated in the US in any military capacity

-eidt 26.01.2015 Justin: Peace Eagle and number are used for the Turkish Designation

36

Yakovlev Yak-2/4 (none)

-Short range Soviet attack bomber of WWII

-Both the Yak-2 and Yak-4 are virtually identical

-About 100 of each model built

37

Gavilan G358 (none)

-Most likely to see this aircraft in Columbian Air Force colors

38

Nakajima E8N Dave

39

KAI FA-50 Golden Eagle

-Newly developed fighter attack role

40

CAC CA-25 Winjeel

-edit 10.19.2014 Justin: Unclear if aircraft on Q slide was a Winjeel or Percival; changed to Winjeel

-CAC stands for Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation

41

Mikoyan MiG-25 Foxbat

42

Sukhoi Su-22 Fitter

43

Boeing 737-7ES/E-7A Peace Eagle/Eye Wedgetail

-The tail cone can vary slightly between any of the aircraft

-The Q slide is a Peace Eagle, the A slide is a Peace Eye

44

Boeing 757 (none)

45

Tupolev Tu-22M Backfire

46

Yakovlev Yak-17-UTI Magnet

47

Tupolev Tu-16 Badger

-Chinese license-built version exists as the Xian H-6 (none). Look for Chinese markings.

48

SOKO 522 (none)

-Approximately 110 produced in former Yugoslavia in the two seat trainer and light attack role.

49

Sukhoi Su-17 Fitter

50

Shenyang J-11 Flanker B+

51

Yakovlev Yak-23 Flora

52

Nakajima/Showa L2D Tabby

-Basically DC-3 with meatballs and more windows

53

Casa/Airtech/IPTN AC-235 (none)

-Used by the Jordainian Airforce as a close support gunship

54

Chengdu J-10 Vigorous Dragon

55

Hawker/Raytheon U125 (none)

-Search and rescue aircraft with the radar system under the fuselage. Writing BAe as the manufacturer is borderline, preference should be given to these two manufacturers.

56

Shaanxi Y-8 (none)

-Chinese copy of the Antonov An-12 Cub

57

Tupolev Tu-95 Bear

58

Chengdu J-20 Mighty Dragon

59

Ilyushin Il-10 Beast

-Big brother to the infamous Il-2 Shturmovik/Bark. The landing gear struts are different with gear that fold up into the wing away from the fuselage. The canopy is also a bit smaller, and the engine lacks the distinguishing flat spot on top of the cowling. 

-Many also produced as the Avia B-33 in neighboring countries to the Soviet Union.

60

Xian Y-20 Kunpeng

-Notice windows, also almost always has flag on the tail.

61

Chengdu J-20 Mighty Dragon

62

Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter

63

Beriev A-50 Mainstay

-edit 4.10.2014 Glenn: Manufacturer change from Ilyushin to Beriev

64

Tupolev Tu-128 Fiddler

65

Nakajima A6M2-N Rufe

66

Nakajima Ki-49 Donyru "Helen"

-edit 7/24 Glen: added Japanese name.

67

IAR 80/81 (none)

68

Myasishchev M-4 Bison

69

Tupolev Tu-22M Backfire

-Edit 4/9 Glenn, NATO designation changes from Blinder to Backfire

70

Sukhoi Su-27K/33 Flanker D

-Paint scheme; folding wings

Not called sea flanker 

71

Polikarpov I-180 (none)

-10 production, plus 3 prototype

-Bears some resemblance to Mitsubishi J2M

72

Tupolev Tu-160 Blackjack

-No canard in the front like the Rockwell B-1B Lancer

73

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-9 Fargo

74

Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer

75

PAC CT-4 Airtrainer

76

Boeing 737-7ES Peace Eye

-This designation is specific to the South Korean Air Force, it also shares the same number designation with the Peace Eagle of Turkey

77

Aichi E10A Hank

78

Chengdu J-10 Vigorous Dragon

79

Tupolev TB-3 (none)

-World`s first cantilever winged four engine bomber

80

Antonov An-70 (none)

-Massive counter rotating blades.

81

SOKO J-22 Orao

82

SOKO P-2/J-20 Kraguj

-85 Total built for the Yugoslavian Air Force, it was designed to perform COIN operations.

-Irregular exhaust

83

Tupolev Tu-142 Bear FJ

-Coastal patrol and anti submarine warfare

84

Sukhoi Su-9 Fishpot

85

Northrop RF-5E Tigergazer 

can also be seen as Tigereye in non-Taiwanese markings

 

86

Antonov An-178 (none)

-Note unique gear doors.

-Also very large "forehead"

87

Yakovlev Yak-38 Forger

88

PAC JF-17 Thunder

-Built in response to sanctions placed on Pakistan and China during the late 1980's and early 1990's.

89

Mikoyan MiG-27 Flogger

-The differences between the MiG-23 Flogger and the MiG-27 Flogger are subtle. The MiG 27 was developed as a specific ground attack variant of the aircraft and will therefore have a more squared off nose, the MiG-23 was an interceptor and will have a radar unit in the nose.

90

Shenyang J-15 Flying Shark

91

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21 Fishbed

92

Migoyan Gurevich MiG-15-UTI Midget

93

Lavochkin La-5 (none)

-Fastback, and has intake at the top of the cowling.

94

Cessna AC-208 Combat Caravan

-Used by several non-US forces including the new Iraqi Air Force

95

Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker

96

Nakajima B6N Jill

97

Lavochkin La-11 Fang

-Extremely similar to the Lavochkin La-9 Frtiz with two differences being in the nose. The La-11 has three cannon ports in the nose, the La-9 has four, and a 'smiling' air scoop under the cowling.

98

Ilyushin Il-2 Bark/Shturmovik

-Holds the distinction as the most produced warplane of all time. Bark is the NATO codename.

-Has a flat spot on top of the cowling in addition to a larger canopy and gear that have braces on either side of the main when compared to the Il-10 Beast.

99

Mitsubishi MU-2S Solitaire

-Japanese search and rescue designation for the MU-2 Solitaire. There is another designation for the MU-2 Solitaire under LR-1 in a camouflage scheme used by the JSDF.

100

Boeing 737-7ES Peace Eagle

-This designation and name are specific to the Turkish Air Force

101

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-15 Fagot

-Changed Q photo, showed a MiG-17 (Glenn 1/21)

102

PZL-Mielec Lim-6 (none)/Fresco

-License built Polish variant of the MiG-17

103

Mikoyan Mig-25 Foxbat

104

Lavochkin LaGG-3 (none)

105

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 Fishbed

106

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-19 Farmer

-One wing fence

107

Yermolayev Yer-2 none

108

IAI 1124N Sea Scan

-Flown by the Australian customs and border control as well as the Israelis. This aircraft appeared on the 2017 Natties rec test.

109

HESA 80 Saeqeh

110

Ilyushin IL-78 Midas

-Refueling version of the IL-76 Candid

111

Kawasaki P-2J (none)

112

Ilyushin Il-82/IL-76VKP (none)

113

Ilyushin Il-10 Beast

-Big brother to the infamous Il-2 Shturmovik/Bark. The landing gear struts are different with gear that fold up into the wing away from the fuselage. The canopy is also a bit smaller, and the engine lacks the distinguishing flat spot on top of the cowling. 

-Many also produced as the Avia B-33 in neighboring countries to the Soviet Union.

114

SOKO J-22 Orao

-Intakes not nearly as square as the SEPECAT Gr.1 Jaguar; also lacks the comms antenna in the vertical stabilizer.

115

CAC CA-12 Boomerang

-CAC stand for commonwealth aircraft corporation

116

Yakovlev Yak-1 (none)

117

Lavochkin La-15 Fantail

118

Mikoyan MiG-29 Fulcrum

119

Shenyang J-6 Farmer

-Some 4,500 aircraft produced. Could be seen in Pakistani colours as the F-6.

-A license-built version of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 Farmer.

120

Yakovlev Yak-18 Max

121

Nakajima G8N Rita

122

Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki/Tojo

-Added Japanese name of Shoki (Demon) 1/20 Glenn

123

HAL Mk.I Ajeet

-Development of the Folland T.1 Gnat, used in India as a fighter/attack aircraft.

124

Nakajima J1N1 Gekko "Irving"

125

Tupolev Tu-22 Blinder

- "The engines look like a pair of binoculars even though the plane is blind." -TVH (Former co-captain)

126

Kawasaki C-1 (none)

127

Ilyushin Il-38 May

-Operated by other countries under the same designation

128

Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu

-Allied code name "Nick"

129

CAC CA-16 Wirraway

-Could also be seen as the CA-1 or CA-10 in addition to other various number designations.

-Notice the chin bulge under the cowling.

130

CAC CA-16 Wirraway

-Could also be seen as the CA-1 or CA-10 in addition to other various number designations.

-Notice the chin bulge under the cowling.

131

Polikarpov I-15 (none)

132

Mitsubishi F-2 (none)

-License built F-16 except done in Japan; two braces in the cockpit instead of one like on the F-16

133

HAL/Hindustan Aeronautics (none) Tejas

-Tejas is the Hindi word for "Radiance" although it sounds Spanish, this unit is in production

134

Chengdu F-7 Fishbed

135

Xian H-6 (none)

-License built copy of the Tupolev Tu-16 Badger.

136

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-17 Fresco

137

Kawasaki C-2 (none)

138

Sukhoi Su-34 Fullback

139

Ikarus (none)/DM-6R Kurir

140

Nakajima J1N1 Gekko "Irving"

141

Sukhoi Su-30 Flanker C

-Two seat major upgrade to the Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker, built to compete with the Boeing F-15 Eagle. There are a good number of derivatives and the aircraft may be seen with small canards.

142

Aichi E13A Jake

143

Sukhoi Su-35BM/S Flanker E

-Major overhaul done to the Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker along the same lines as the Sukhoi Su-30 Flanker C. This aircraft is a one man ship.

144

Mikoyan MiG-31 Foxhound

145

Yokosuka H5Y Cherry

-Produced in small numbers and used up until 1941, when it was replaced by the H6K

146

Mikoyan (MAPO) Mig-29 Fulcrum

-No countermeasures pod inbetween the engines

147

Tupolev Tu-16 Badger

 

148

Yakovlev Yak-17 Feather

149

PAC JF-17 Thunder

150

Beriev A-50 Mainstay

-Beriev performed the various internal and frame modifications to what would otherwise be an Ilyushin Il-78 Candid. The refuelling variant of the Candid is known as the Ilyushin Il-78 Midas.

151

UTVA/Aero 3 (none)

152

Kawasaki P-1 (none)

153

Kyushu Q1W Tokai 'Lorna'

-Commonly seen online with the American star

154

Mitsubishi A6M Zero 'Zeke'

-At the outbreak of WWII was one of the most feared fighters; by the end of the war expereinced US pilots and better planes were more than a match for this lethal killer

155

PZL 37 Łoś

 

156

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-17 Fresco

157

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-9 Fargo

-Canon right in the middle of the air intake.

158

Yakovlev Yak-28P Firebar

159

Shenyang J-6 Farmer

-Some 4,500 aircraft produced. Could be seen in Pakistani colours as the F-6.

-A license-built version of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 Farmer.

160

Mikoyan MiG-29 Fulcrum

-Note that the intakes for the engines seem closed. In order to prevent foreign objects from entering the engines on unprepared runways the intakes would be closed, the 'gills' on top of the engine would be opened to allow air intake.

-Also gear brace moves forward on the nose gear.

161

Boeing P-8I Neptune

162

Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot

-Although the 'A' side has a two seat cockpit this aircraft is not a Su-28 (none). There are a ton of two seater designations also known as Frogfoot, ie; Su-25UM, Su-25UBM, Su-25T.

163

Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer

164

Chengdu J-10 Vigorous Dragon/Firebird

note how the intake is connected to fuselage, also placement of canards

165

Aichi H9A (none)

166

Kawasaki P-3C Orion

-License built by the Japanese

167

UTVA/Aero 3 (none)

168

Sukhoi Su-22 Fitter

169

Nakajima G5N Shinzan "Liz"

-One of Japan's only four engine bombers

170

Mikoyan MiG-23 Flogger

171

Rec both

Top: Polikarpov I-16 Ishak/(none)

Bottom: Polikarpov I-153 Chaika

172

Kawasaki C-2 (none)

173

Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa/Oscar

174

Mikoyan MiG-27ML Bahadur

-MiG-27 in Indian AF colors

175

Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer

176

Kawasaki P-2J (none)

177

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21UM Mongul

178

Sukhoi Su-34 Fullback

179

Ilyushin Il-78 Midas

180

Tupolev Tu-14 Bosun

181

Kawasaki P-2J (none)

182

Tupolev Tu-22M Backfire

183

Fuji LM-1 Nikko

-Edit 3/3, Confirmed that Nikko is the correct name

184

Antonov An-71 Madcap

185

Ilyushin Il-2 Bark/Shturmovik

-Holds the distinction as the most produced warplane of all time. Bark is the NATO codename.

-Has a flat spot on top of the cowling in addition to a larger canopy and gear that have braces on either side of the main when compared to the Il-10 Beast.

186

Yermolayev Yer-2 none

187

Yokosuka P1Y1 Ginga 'Francis'

188

Kyushu Q1W Tokai 'Lorna'

-Common pictures online showing American star

189

Lavochkin La-5FN (none)

-Bubble canopy

190

IAI 1124N Sea Scan

-Flown by the Australian customs and border control as well as the Israelis. This aircraft appeared on the 2017 Natties rec test.

191

Tupolev TB-3 (none)

 

192

Nakajima J1N1 Gekko "Irving"

193

Sukhoi Su-11 Fishpot-C

-edit 05.06.2017 Justin T: Changed 'Q' side picture to photo instead of model.

-Aircraft has a clean delta wing with no wing fences. Also note the shoulder bumps that make this aircraft the Su-11 and not the Su-9. the '-C' part of the name should be optional.

194

Cessna AC-208 Combat Caravan

-Armed Cessna 208 used by multiple airforces, including the new Iraqi airforce

 

195

Ilyushin Il-4 Bob

196

Tupolev Tu-4 Bull

-Russian copy of the B-29, literally down to the bolts

-Russian markings - usually in red

197

Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker

198

Yakovlev Yak-27R Mangrove

-Bears a strong resemblance to both the Yak-28 Brewer and the Yak-25RV Mandrake. Between the Mandrake and this aircraft the Yak-27R has more glass in the nose and a swept wing.

199

Yakovlev Yak-3 (none)

200

Yakovlev Yak-23 Flora

201

Tupolev Tu-128 Fiddler

202

Yakovlev Yak-50 (none)

203

SOKO P-2/J-20 Kraguj

-85 Total built for the Yugoslavian Air Force, it was designed to perform COIN operations.

-Irregular exhaust

204

IAR 80/81 (none)

205

Nakajima C6N Myrt

206

Mikoyan Mig-29 Fulcrum

207

SOKO 522 (none)

-Approximately 110 produced in former Yugoslavia in the two seat trainer and light attack role.

208

Ilyushin Il-38 May

-May be operated in countries other than Russia under the same designation

209

Chengdu F-7 Fishbed

-Export designation for the Chinese built J-7. Could also be  seen as teh F-7PG.

210

Lavochkin La-250 Anakonda

211

Yakovlev Yak-38 Forger

-Edit 3/3 Glenn, changed NATO code name to Forger

212

Nakajma B6N Tenzan "Jill"

-Like Kate but 4 props instead of 3

-Also exhaust is different

213

Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot

214

Hindustan Aeronautics HAL-748 (none)

215

HAL HAOP-27 Krishak

-70 in total produced, but soon replaced in the AOP role by the HAL Cheetah helicopter in 1974. Hindustan Aeronautics took a license-built version of the Aeronca 15AC Sedan and developed this aircraft.

-Note the rear side windows being an odd shape.

216

Rec both

Xian H-6 (none)/Badger (Right)

Chengdu J-10 Vigorous Dragon/Firebird (Left)

-License built copy of the Tupolev Tu-16 Badger.

-Could be seen as the Badger or (none)

217

Shenyang J-31 (none)/Falcon Hawk

218

Nanchang Q-5 Fantan

-A Chinese built fighter, Q-5 is specific for the Chinese only. In other colors other than Chinese the designation would be A-5.

219

HESA (none) Azarakhsh

-Just as it appears, a copy of the F-5E

-Single and two seat variants

220

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-15 Fagot

-Two wing fences; cruciform tail

221

Siai Marchetti AS-211 Warrior

-Armed variant of the S.211 used by the Philippine Airforce

-Only operators of armed versions

-Usually in the low vis two tone grey

222

Nakajima Ki-84 Frank

223

Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter

-The Su-7 was operated in a ground attack role, it carries rocket pods or bombs under the wings. The Su-9 was used in an air superiority role and carries missiles under the wings. Note the raised spines along the fuselage shared with the Su-9.

224

Yakovlev Yak-27R Mangrove

-Bears a strong resemblance to both the Yak-28 Brewer and the Yak-25RV Mandrake. Between the Mandrake and this aircraft the Yak-27R has more glass in the nose and a swept wing.

225

SAC J-8 Finback

226

Tupolev Tu-126 Moss

227

Polikarpov I-16 Ishak/(none)

-edit Justin 29.01.2015: Rata is not an official name, being used by the Spanish during their civil war in the late 1930's

228

Xian HY-6 (none)

-Tanker variant of the Xian H-6 (none/Badger)

-Look for the pods near the wing tips

-Some HY-6's retain the ability to carry missles as well

229

XAC JH-7 Flounder

-May also be seen with Xian as manufacturer; name may also be seen as Jianjiji

230

Hindustan Aeronautics HAL-748 (none)

231

Sukhoi Su-9 Fishpot

232

SAC J-8 Finback

Justin edit 09.13.2014: Manufacturer is SAC

233

Kawasaki Ki-61 Hien 'Tony'

-Only liquid cooled fighter for the Japanese Empire

234

Sukhoi Su-28 (none)

235

Myasishchev M-4 Bison

236

PAC CT-4 Airtrainer

237

AVIA B-534 (none)

238

Nakajima Ki-34 Thora

239

Tachikawa Ki-55 Ida

240

Nakajima Ki-115 Tsurugi 'Sabre'

241

Sukhoi T-4 Sotka

-edit 10.03.2015 Justin T: Name is Sotka not Saku

242

Tupolev Tu-142 Bear FJ

-Not to be confused with the Tupolev Tu-95MS which has a radar section directly under the nose

-Also may be seen with six wheels on the mains, as in Austin Waite's 3rd test

 

243

Avioane Craiova IAR-93 Vultur

244

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-19 Farmer

245

Nakajima B5N Kate

246

XAC JH-7 Flounder

Manufacturer could also be seen as Xian

-Export version FBC-1 'Flying Lepopard'

Edit 12/4 Glenn, removed Jianjiji as a potential name

247

Ilyushin Il-38 May

-May be operated by other countries other than Russia under the same designation

248

Sukhoi Su-34 Fullback

-Intended to target naval and ground targets instead of aerial threats

249

Nakajima A4N (none)

250

Sukhoi Su-15 Flagon

251

Yakovlev Yak-15 Feather

252

Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot 

253

Aichi E10A Hank

-edit 02.02.2015 Glenn: Changed Q slide to show E10A

254

Commonwealth CA-27 Sabre 

-A good number of aircraft license built in Australia, the black diamond seems to be a  common feature.

255

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-23 Flogger

-The interceptor variant is the MiG-23 which has radar in the nose. The ground attack variant is the MiG-27 that has a more squared off angular nose.

-Lots of different model variants for this aircraft.

256

Nakajima/Showa L2D Tabby

-Basically DC-3 with meatballs and more windows

257

Ilyushin Il-10 Beast

-Big brother to the infamous Il-2 Shturmovik/Bark. The landing gear struts are different with gear that fold up into the wing away from the fuselage. The canopy is also a bit smaller, and the engine lacks the distinguishing flat spot on top of the cowling. 

-Many also produced as the Avia B-33 in neighboring countries to the Soviet Union.

258

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-21 Fishbed

259

UTVA/Aero 2 (none)

260

Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki/Tojo

-The horizontal stabilizers seem like they are way out in front of the vertical stabilizer.

261

Arkhangelsky Ar-2 (none)

-Stalin's highspeed bomber

262

Nakajima Ki-27 Nate

263

Aichi H9A (none)

264

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3 (none)

-Mostly same aircraft as MiG-1 with some improvements

-Of these, the best one to go by is the supercharger intakes seen under the exhaust. On the MiG-3 they are rounded, on the MiG-1 they are squared.

265

PAC JF-17 Thunder

notice box on tail, intakes, single engine, NOT a bubble canpoy

266

Polikarpov I-16 Ishak

267

Nakajima Ki-34 Thora

268

Nakajima Ki-84 Frank

269

Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa/Oscar

270

Boeing 737-7ES Peace Eye

-This designation is specific to the South Korean Air Force, it also shares the same number designation with the Peace Eagle of Turkey

271

Ilyushin Il-76MD Gajaraj

-Indian Air Force name change, to include MD, and Gajaraj

272

Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa/Oscar

273

IAR/ICA-Brasov IAR-823 (none)

-80 built, also used in a civilian role under the same designation

274

Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer

275

Tupolev Tu-16 Badger

-Chinese license-built version exists as the Xian H-6 (none). Look for Chinese markings.

276

Myasishchev M-4 Bison

277

Shaanxi Y-9 (none)

-No radar unit on top of the aircraft

278

Fuji LM-1 Nikko

279

Sukhoi Su-30 Flanker C

-Two seat major upgrade to the Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker, built to compete with the Boeing F-15 Eagle. There are a good number of derivatives and the aircraft may be seen with small canards.

280

Sukhoi Su-7 Fitter

-The Su-7 is fairly similar to the Su-9/11 Fishpot. A noticeable difference between those aircraft and this one can be identified in the large single wing fence on either wing, and the raised bump along the fuselage of the aircraft which is also shared with the Su-11.

281

Ikarus Aero 2 (none)

-Predecessor to the UTVA Aero 3

-Can be closed canopy or open cockpit

282

Shaanxi Y-8 (none)

 

283

Casa/Airtech/IPTN AC-235 (none)

-Used by the Jordanian airforce as a close support gunship

284

Kawasaki C-1 (none)

285

Nakajima E8N Dave

286

Polikarpov I-153 Chaika

287

Hongdu L-15 Falcon

 

288

Sukhoi Su-11 Fishpot

289

Mikoyan MiG-31 Foxhound

290

Yakovlev Yak-28B Brewer

291

Lavochkin La-9 Fritz

-Has no 'smiling' scoop under the cowling like the Lavochkin La-11 Fang does.

-Very well documented in this paint scheme.

292

Mikoyan MiG-27ML Bahadur

-Indian AF variant of the MiG-27

-For nose shots the Bahadur has one glass piece, the standard export variant (MiG-27M) has multiple

-Nose of the MiG-27ML is equivilant ot the MiG-27K