9 Where Soviet Fighters Were Born

Where Soviet Fighters Were Born

Posted on November 26, 2012 by team


The development department of Mikoyan and Gurevich (MiG) was created in the end of the 1930s, when the Soviet air forces needed fighters with speed of at least 600 km / h and powerful weapons. In 1941 up to twenty five units of MiG-3 was produced daily. By the beginning of WWII MiGs became the most popular type of new generation fighter aircrafts of the Soviet Air Forces.


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9 Responses to “Where Soviet Fighters Were Born”

  1. 山下智久love the nokia lumia says:

    can you speak russian or german?

  2. komar says:

    :-h and techniques from GDR German Democratic Republic
    :-)

  3. ZeroDrop says:

    This article brings nothing, only show the machines, didn’t show an actual MiG being made.

  4. Muzzlehatch says:

    Appears very clean compared to many stateside shops that I’ve worked in.
    That soda dispensor looks like the kind where everybody uses the same glass.

  5. ptc says:

    Look like all machinery needed for MIG-3 construction is still here :-) But what they produce now? MIG-3 is 80 years old…..

  6. Osip says:

    So this is museum now?

  7. Liptonius says:

    Is it me?

    Did anyone else notice that vast amounts of the industrial machinery and shelving and such is all the same color of green?

    What’s up with that?

    • javox says:

      after the ww2 they had lots of green paint, so everythin was painted with that colour, same like trains and stuff like that =)

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