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The Mikojan-Guriewicz MIG-15 is a Soviet, single-engine, wide-slant, full-metal jet fighter known by the NATO term Fagot or Midget. The flight of the prototype took place in December 1947, and the entry into the line in 1949. In total, in the USSR and under license (including Poland, as the Lim-1 and Lim-2), over 18,000 machines of all varieties and versions of the MIG-15 were created. lack of a proper engine. Only after copying the British Rolls-Royce Nene Mk.I and using it in the new airframe, it was possible to fly the future MIG 15. The basic versions are the MIG-15P (all-weather fighter), MIG-15UTI (training machine , two-seater), MIG-15SB (fighter-bomber) and MIG-15bis (fighter with the new WK-1 engine). The MIG-15 became a legendary aircraft during the Korean War (1950-1953), where it outclassed Western fighter machines until the arrival of the F-86 Saber. MIG-15 also took part in min. the Middle East conflicts (1966-1967) or the Suez crisis (1956). Technical data (MIG-15bis version): length: 10.1m, wingspan: 10.1m, height: 3.7m, maximum speed: 1075km / h, rate of climb: 50m / s, maximum range: 1310km, maximum ceiling 15500m armament: fixed - 2 NR-23 cannons, caliber 23 mm and 1 Nudelman N-37 cannon, caliber 37 mm, suspended - 200 kg of cargo.
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