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MiG-67 Mako
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The MiG-67 Mako;
About this creation
In 2034, during another long drawn-out war in Korea between the RA and the CAS, Stealth met Stealth for the first time in combat history. CAS surveyors took note that in combat, the Su-51s scanners and avionics were rarely used, and highly expensive to produce and install. The CAS design bureau ordered the production of an all-aspect stealth aircraft, designed purely as an anti-stealth aircraft that could out-maneuver any aircraft in the CAS inventory for less than half the cost of the Su-51. Sukhoi declined the offer, and the design fell to Mikoyan Gurevich. Mikoyan Gurevich answered with a revolutionary combat aircraft; the MiG-67. The MiG has no radar, and no scanners of it's own. Four 30mm cannons are housed in the nose, providing deadly accuracy at close to medium range. The only avionics are communication devices, for communicating and taking orders from high flying AWACs and Su-51s. The MiG, being only 35 feet long, is among the smallest combat aircraft in active service. Critics from around the world considered the MiG-67 as a useless waste of material; no effective jet fighter had been that small for almost a hundred years. Criticism soon gave way to awe, when at the Paris Air Show 2036 a MiG-67 outmaneuvered an Su-51 flown by a Russian Ace; a feat that no aircraft had ever been able to achieve. The cost of the MiG is almost as impressive; at less that 1/4th of the cost of an average air superiority fighter, these aircraft will soon fill all gaps in the Ukrainian Air Force. Air-to Air is not the MiG's only role; The 30mm cannon are excellent for low-level strafing, and the MiG's enormous engine gives it twice the thrust-to-weight of a MiG-29. Four optional external hardpoints can be attached, making the jet an excellent light fighter-bomber.

Note* With the CAS and RA now gone, the MiG-67 is now used only in the 21st Century World group.
Photos. I'm too lazy to add captions...


 I like it 
  November 3, 2010
great plane! and cool name too! like the shark! =P
 I made it 
  March 17, 2010
Quoting Ryan Blackout Nice! But no windshield?
It's only 3 studs wide, and a standard canopy wouldn't fit. It was either this or a plastic-wrap canopy... which I don't like. =)
 I made it 
  March 17, 2010
Quoting Alexander Örnbratt Awesome! My only comment would be to make it a bit bigger, but otherwise it's great!
I intended to make it larger, but I almost entirely ran out of pieces. I had about five plates left.
 I like it 
  March 17, 2010
Nice! But no windshield?
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