Academy 1:48 M-29A Fulcrum A
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 (NATO code "Fulcrum") is a light twin-engine, jet fighter. It was developed in the USSR by the Mikoyan design office in the 1970s. Together with the larger and heavier Sukhoi Su-27, which was intended as a counterweight to the American McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle, while the MiG-29 was to be the answer to the lighter General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon and McDonnell Douglas F / A-18. Hornet. The MiG-29 entered service in the Soviet Air Force in 1982.
MiG-29A (product 9.12)
The initial production version, which entered service in 1983. The name of NATO's intelligence service is "Fulcrum-A". 9.12A is a version of the initial production model for the Warsaw Pact, while 9.12B is a downgraded export version for non-Warsaw Pact countries. 9.12A lacks a nuclear weapons delivery system and has an initial production radar, ECM and IFF (no ECM and IFF in 9.12B).