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The origins of the MiG-21 can be traced back to the swept-wing Ye-2 in 1954. Its successor the Ye-4 first flew on 16 June, 1955 and featured the delta-wing configuration so synonymous with the “Fishbed”. After years of development, the design eventually entered service with the VVS as the MiG-21F in 1959. Since that time, over 11,000 aircraft have been built, serving with nigh on 60 air forces. All variants of the MiG-21 are fair game here, including the license-built Chengdu J-7 “Fishcan”.
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North Vietnamese finished MiG-21:

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Eduard 1/144 Mikoyan MiG-21MF, Czech Air Force, 1980

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Eduard Mikoyan MiG-21MF, 6th Fighter-Bomber Regiment, Pribram-Dlouha Lhota Air Base, Czechoslovakia, 1986

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Eduard 1/144 Mikoyan MiG-21SM, 812th UAP, Kharkov Higher Military Academy, Kupyansk Airfield, Soviet Union, August 1991

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Eduard 1/144 Mikoyan MiG-21bis, Izdelye 75A, 31st Fighter Squadron, Kuopio Air Base, Finland, 1980-1981

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Eduard 1/144 Mikoyan MiG-21bis, Izdelye 75B, 3rd Air Base, Graf Ignatevo, Bulgaria, from 2002

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