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Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Also Known As: Foxbat, MiG-25BBT Foxbat B, MiG-25BM Foxbat F, MiG-25P Foxbat A, MiG-25PD Foxbat E, MiG-25PDS Foxbat E, MiG-25PU Foxbat C, MiG-25R Foxbat B, MiG-25RB Foxbat B, MiG-25RBF Foxbat D, MiG-25RBK Foxbat D, MiG-25RBS Foxbat D, MiG-25RBSh Foxbat D, MiG-25RBV Foxbat B, MiG-25RU Foxbat C and MiG-25U Foxbat C
Parent System: Mig-25
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1974
Total Production: 1,200
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Description: Mig-25, dubbed Foxbat by NATO, is a twin-engine, single-seat, high-speed, high-altitude interceptor aircraft developed in the 1960s by the Soviet Union to counter American supersonic strategic bombers. Originally it was designed to match XB-70 Valkyria high-supersonic strategic bomber but this aircraft was cancelled by the United States Air Force. Mig-25 is able to fly at Mach 3 and is equipped with a wide range of air-to-air missiles. Continuous upgrades have allowed the Mig-25 aircraft to encompass new capabilities such as high-altitude reconnaissance, training and strike.
Mig-25 was criticized by its poor maneuverability. Many variants were deployed by the Soviet Air Force including two-seat models. It saw combat for the first time on the hands of Syrian pilots in the 1970s against the Israel Air Force. Like the Mig-23 it was deemed as a low performance aircraft due maybe by the lack of proper training of its pilots. During the Gulf War in 1991 an Iraqi Mig-25 was reported to have shot down a coalition F/A-18 Hornet aircraft.
Number of Engines: 2
Length: 21.3 meter (70 foot)
Wingspan: 12.6 meter (41 foot)
Ceiling: 24,400 meter (80,052 foot)
Max Range: 2,900 kilometer (1,566 nautical mile)
Top Speed at High Altitude: 3 mach (3,587 kph)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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