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Yep. I don't know if it's any good, but it sure looks mean........
Sukhoi somthin or other ground attack
SU-25 ground attackhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhoi_Su-25
Yes, MiG-27, the ground attack variant of the MiG-23 fighter. Neither were very good planes. QA was a big problem, as always with the Soviets. They could go real fast in a straight line, though. US-built fighters have been used to shoot a lot of them for no losses.
MiG-23BSee here: (some great photos) https://www.voxpopuli.kz/kz/main/862-elymyzdyng-zhauyngerlyk-ushaqtary.html
Gromit & Larry are correct, 27 Flogger.
Definitely the ground attack variant of the MiG-23/27. The nose is sharply sloped, with no air-intercept radar, giving the pilot better air-to-ground visibility.All MiG-23/27's have a ventral stabilizer that folds up before landing. (That's part of the post-take-off and pre-landing checklists, so it is an identifier for this type of aircraft.)Don't ask me how I know this. ;-)
OK, the key is the canopy.27
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