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10 Soviet Supersonic Interceptor MiG 25

Soviet Supersonic Interceptor MiG 25

Posted on December 12, 2013 by team


Detailed photo report devoted to the Soviet supersonic interceptor and reconnaissance aircraft MiG-25. By the way, we are going to get inside the cabin too.

MiG-25 PU is a training version of the interceptor. Some vehicles were used for the space program “Buran”.

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10 Responses to “Soviet Supersonic Interceptor MiG 25”

  1. regulator says:

    The lack of visibility through these canopies is disturbing.

  2. Osip says:

    Hard to believe they are still operating such crap aircrafts, especially with bent pitot tubes, missing instruments and unserviceable tyres.
    Even India quit flying these years ago.

  3. Mo says:

    Why are the interiors of most Russian military planes painted with that god-awful-ugly turquoise paint?

  4. Josiph Visarionovich says:

    Mo, r u the caliber of nice/ugly, awful/lovely, reasonable/useless on this world? Is the diarrhoeal shit brown on American aircraft instr. panels the optimal colour? Simply, they painted it like this, because they judged, it is good idea, and only clash of ideas can proof them, so let us to be calm till then…..

  5. Mo says:

    Don’t get your panties in a wad, Joie, it was just a question. I was wondering if there was a reason for it besides bad taste. Yes, the interiors of American aircraft are far more pleasing to the eye. Anyone who judged that putrid blue/green to be a good idea needs to be tested for color blindness.

  6. John M. says:

    Very nice museum piece! Obviously this unit is not in current service.

  7. Muzzlehatch says:

    A lot of steel was used in the MiG-25 because it could withstand the heat of Mach 2.8 speed better than duralumin or titanium. The MiG-31 doesn’t go as fast so it used lighter metals in its construction.

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