The MiG-21 Is Still a Great Fighter Jet (Chinese Use it To Make the J-7 Fighter)

January 12, 2017 4 Comments

Military aircraft can have notoriously short lifespans, especially during periods of technological ferment. The most elite aircraft of World War I could become obsolete in a matter of months.

Things weren’t much different in World War II. And at the dawn of the jet age, entire fleets of aircraft became passé as technologies matured. The advanced fighters that fought in the skies over Korea became junk just a few years later.

But a few designs stand the test of the time. The B-52 Stratofortress first flew in 1952, yet remains in service today. New C-130s continue to roll off the production line, based on a design that became operational in 1954.
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    Laughing at the Mig. The U.S. F-15 has an air-to-air kill ratio of 98-1 over the past 40 years.


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