Former Soviet Airforce

MiG Fighters and Interceptors
MiG-19 Farmer
MiG-19 Farmer - is the first serial producted supersonic fighter in the world. The highly-swept, thin, sharply tapering wing was a remarkable characteristic. The MiG-19 proved to be a capable and sturdy combat aircraft, maneuvrable and armed with powerful 30mm guns. It has 3 30mm gun, 4 air-to-air missiles, 16 57mm rockets.
MiG-21 Fishbed
these simple, reliable aircraft, considered by experts to be competent dog-fighters, when properly piloted. They have a top speed of Mach 2.1, and can carry four air-to-air missiles. The MiG-21 'Fishbed' was schemed as a clear-weather interceptor. First flown in 1957, this is no threat to the advanced Allied Airforce, if Forrest Gump isn't flying.
MiG-23 Flogger-B
Typical air-to-air fighter. First flown in 1972. The problem is that the visibility is horrible in this day-only fighter.
MiG-25 Foxbat
The MiG-25 is the world's fastest interceptor although limited in this performance to non-maneuvering flight. Its top speed is Mach 2.83, and is designed to destroy SAM sites. It only has 4 air-to-air missiles though.
MiG-29 Fulcrum
Designed in 1972 as a replacement for the MiG-21 and MiG-23 in the fighter role, the Fulcrum slightly resembles the F-15 in basic configuration, but with the size of the smaller F/A-18. Despite the fact that the MiG-29 was not built with a fly-by-wire flight control system, it still has incredible agility and maneuverability. With a top speed of Mach 2.3, it is a fast, agile fighter. The Russian's Navy Fulcrum is capable of also hitting ground targets, and is better all round than the Russian Airforce's Fulcrum. It can carry AA-8, AA-10, AA-11, and AA-12 air-to-air missiles. This superior fighter can be a threat and challenge for any U.S. fighter.
MiG-31 Foxhound
It is the largest fighter ever. Its designed to intercept low flying bombers or destroy B-52's before the B-52 launches its missiles. The Foxhound was the first Russian fighter that could engage several targets at one time. This aircraft has a crew of 2 men, and is armed with a standard gun (like all MiGs), and AA-6, AA-8, AA-9, AA-11, and AA-12 air-to-air missiles. However, against other fighters, this is much less likely to be victorious.
MiG-33 Fulcrum Plus
This is a multi-role fighter equipped with air-to-air missiles (AA-10, AA-11, and AA-12) and air-to-surface missiles (AS-12, AS-14, AS-17), also with the standard gun on all MiGs.

Attackers, Fighters, and Fighter-Bombers
Su-7B Fitter
This fighter-bomber is old and being exported from Russia to Czechoslovakia, Poland, Romania, China, Egypt, India and other countries. This is capable of being heavily armed! It has a standard gun, tactical nuclear bomb-8U69, Rockets (ORO-57K, S-3K, UB-16-57,UB-32-57, ARS-212, S-24), and free-fall bombs (FAB-100, OFAB-100, ZAB-100, FAB-250, OFAB-250, FAB-500,BetAB-500, ZB-360, ZB-500).
Su-15TM Flagon
The Flagon is an intercepter in the attackers division because its an Su (much like the F-117 is a bomber in the fighter division). Its equipped with 4 air-to-air missiles.
Su-24 Fencer
Its equipped with conventional and nuclear bombs, laser guided bombs, and tv guided bombs. It was made parallel to the F-111 with its low altitude and high supersonic speed attacks.
Su-25 Frogfoot
It is an attacker first classified equal to the A-10. Its top speed is 600mph. Western Powers call it one of the most practical warplanes. It can take a hit and still fight. The Su-25 is equipped with chemical weapons, and cluster bombs.
Su-27 Flanker
The SUKHOI Su-27 'Flanker' is multi-role fighter, comparable with the F-15 Eagle and possesses similar configuration to the smaller and lighter MiG-29 Fulcrum. This plane is primarily an all-weather counterair fighter with secondary attack capability, but some later versions also have ground attack capabilities, such as Su-34 (also Su-27IB or Su-27FN) defined as fighter-bomber and Su-35 (also Su-27M) which possesses genuine dual-role capabilities. The Su-27 was conceived in 1969 as a replacement for Soviet Air Defense dinosaurs such as the Tu-128 and Su-15. It was to be a long-range single-seat counter air fighter with the true lookdown-shootdown capabilities, which could carry long range stand off weapons, and with the ability to tangle with top-of-the-line US fighters like the F-15. These are almost twice the area of the MiG-29, but the same configuration. China recently bought many of these from Russia.
Su-33 Navy Flanker
This carrier born fighter-bomber is equipped with 12 air-to-air missiles (AA-10, AA-11), and air-to-surface missiles (ASM-MSS, AS-12).
Su-34 Strike Flanker
This fighter-bomber has a max speed of Mach 1.8 and is heavily equipped with missiles and bombs. It has 12 air-to-air missiles (AA-11, AA-12), air-to-surface missiles (AS-12, AS-13, AS-14), and Laser-guided bombs (KAB-500, KAB-1500). This plane will replace the Su-24 Flanker in the Russian military and cause the Su-24 to be exported. This highly maneuverable air superiority fighter will be a very important aircraft for the Russians.
Su-35 Super Flanker
This 1996 fighter is equipped similarly to the Su-34 with 12 air-to-air missiles(AA-10, AA-11, AA-12), air-to-surface missiles (AS-12, AS-13, AS-14), laser-Guided bombs (KAB-500). The Su-35 is basically an advanced Su-27. With its air-to-surface missiles, the Su-35 is not only a fighter, but also an attacker.
Su-37 Fighter 711
The Su-37 is a supermaneuverable version of modern Russian fighter Su-35. This fighter however is only equipped with 14 air-to-air missiles (AA-10, AA-11, AA-12), not air-to-surface missiles.
S-37 Berkut(berkut=eagle)
This 1997 stealth fighter is equipped with 14 air-to-air missiles, AA-11 and AA-12. Little is known about this highly classified aircraft except that it may be stealth and is superior in manueverability than the F-117. Its top speed is 2200 km/h, and its range for attack is 3350km.
J-1 Jastreb
The Jastreb is a single-seat ground attack plane. This is a very simple attacker.
Yak-38 Forger
it is a limited type designed to provide operational experience with such warplanes in roles such as reconnaissance, attack on small warships, and fleet air defense, it nonetheless provides Soviet helicopter carriers and aircraft carriers with useful interception and attack capabilities when out of reach of land-based air assets.
Yak-40 Codling
it is a limited type designed to provide operational experience with such warplanes in roles such as reconnaissance, attack on small warships, and fleet air defense, it nonetheless provides Soviet helicopter carriers and aircraft carriers with useful interception and attack capabilities when out of reach of land-based air assets.
J-22 Orao
A ground attack/reconnaissance fighter powered by two Viper Mk 632-47 engines with afterburner.
G-4 Super Galeb
The two-man Super Galebs are designed for ground-support missions. Trainer/ground attack aircraft
The UTVA is a light aircraft with a single engine, two seats, used for courier, glider-towing, training, and utility duties. First flew in May 1976.

T-4 "Sotka"
The T-4 is a strategical bomber, made in 1976. It is equipped with 2 air-to-surface missiles:Kh-45. Its top speed is 3200kmp.
Tu-16 Badger
This long bomber, sends its conventional bombs from great heigths in the air, but has recently been replaced by other bombers.
Tu-22 BackFire
A powerful bombing, missile-launching and reconnaissance warplane, the Tu-22M was clearly derived from the Tu-22 'Blinder', which had proved disappointing in field and cruise performance as a result of its wing planform, which had been optimized for supersonic flight. Its range was disappointing to the Russians, who made this.
Tu-160 Blackjack
The primary weapons are free-fall nuclear bombs and/or Kh-55 (AS-15 'Kent') subsonic cruise missiles that were to have been replaced by BL-10 (AS-19 'Koala') supersonic cruise missiles. This Soviet type is some 20% longer than the B-1B and offers both a higher maximum speed and a considerably greater unrefueled combat radius on a mission using high-level subsonic cruise, low-level transonic penetration and high-level supersonic attack. This is a bigger, faster B1.

Mi-8 HIP
The Mi-8 is a workhorse transport chopper that appears all over the world. Transports cargo, supplies, infantry, and small armored units.
Mi-24 Hind
The hind is equipped with heavy machine guns, and can carry 8 infantry soldiers. This can destroy soldiers on the ground, but does not move well. Its maneuverability is poor, and lead to the production of the Mi-28.
Mi-28 Havoc
This replacement of the Hind is much like the Apache. The Havoc helped the USSR to catch up with the U.S. in helicopters with the Havoc. It is equipped with air-to-air fire.
Ka-25 Hormone
tows minesweeping equipment, and attacks ships.
Ka-32 Helix
Can be a transporter of cargo and infantry. But if faced against ground soldiers it will be able to take them out.
Ka-50 Black Shark
This attack helicopter made in 1982 attacks tanks and infantry. It can be equipped with a 30mm gun, 12 anti-tank missiles, 80 80mm rockets OR 20 120mm rockets, anti-radar missiles gun pod, and a machine-gun pod. In the Modern Russian army these helicopters are replacing the hinds and Mi-24s. The Mi-24s are meanwhile being sold to other countries.
Ka-52(Hokum-B) Alligator
This is a scout attack helicopter. It can be equipped with a 30mm gun, 12 anti-tank missiles, 80 80mm rockets OR 20 122mm rockets, anti-aircraft missiles, air-to-surface missiles, gun pod, and machine gun pod. However, this new helicopter will not see action after some testing.

Antonov AN-26 Curl
Cargo transport airplane. Among these is the world's largest aeroplane. There are quite a few designs of the Antonov.
Il-76 Candid
Cargo and troop transport aircraft