Czechoclovak Peoples Army 1955 – 1968 in photography Petr Brojo ISBN...
MiG-21F & F-13 Fishbed B & C and MiG-21U Mongol A variants
Jaroslav Matoulek, Michal Ovčáčík, Ivo Pavlovský, Karel Susa
Hard cover, format A4, 96 pages.
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The MiG-21 was the most widely used jet fighter in the world in the late 1960s and in the 1970s. It was designed for the air superiority role and it first entered operational service with the Soviet Air Force in 1960. The early Fishbed variant, the MiG-21F-13, epitomized a simple, lightweight and cheapest to buy fighter. These aircraft were the backbone of the Eastern Bloc fighter air forces, while licence manufacture was undertaken in Czechoslovakia. Copies were also produced in China, with further variants coming from this source, equipping many Asian and African air forces.
Harback, stock No. 4+024, 96 pages (40 pages in colour), 152 colour, 185 b/w photos,
type history and technical description, production overview, 4 pages colour camouflage profiles, interior and undercarriage drawings etc., camouflage details, armament & equipment description.