Ace Combat 2Flyable Aircraft
" The aircraft which we now identify as the MiG-29 was first spied upon, while in a testing center, by an American Reconnaissance satellite in 1977, but at that time the hatchling warbird was referred to by the temporary name 'RAM-L'.
The NATO name designation 'Fulcrum' was branded onto the MiG-29 when it was clear it was to be a production fighter jet. It was crafted to be the Soviet equivalent to the F-16 and F/A-18 belonging to the American Air Force. It has many specialized adaptions for: avoiding contaminated air to enter the main inlets during taxying, helmet-target recognition and targeting, unequalled radar detection, and the list goes on. It is mainly an air-superiority fighter with air-to-ground activities remaining a thing of casual interest. The MiG's powerplant is exceedingly raunchy and can propel the plane to cheek-blistering rates of speed.
These powerstations aren't afraid of heights either as is evident by the instant blackout-enducing climbing ability the Fulcrum possesses. Defense and missile payload size (or lack of size) are the major points of hesitation for those in the search for an aerial juggernaut, but skillful piloting and the intelligent utilization of what missiles you have will allow you to return to the base in time for your promotion ceremony. "