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Exhibit - MiG Alley

MiG-15

The MiG-15 and MiG-15bis, NATO designation fagot.

In a dogfight it's often very hard to tell a MiG from a Sabre until you get really close.... many of my computer wingmen thanked their lucky red stars for my poor markmanship!

The MiGs varied in colour scheme. The metallic finish variants can often be seen glinting in the distance in MiG Alley. All the aircraft are hard to spot at low level, luckily you can enable a red target box by pressing "D".

Turning too hard can lead to fatal spins... the first few days I spent learning to go easy on the joystick.

MiG-15, NATO designation Fagot

MiG-15, NATO designation Fagot

A MiG-15 about to get toasted! MiG-15 about to get toasted!
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Airbrakes out
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Airbrakes out

  The MiGs varied in colour scheme. The metallic finish variants can often be seen glinting in the distance in MiG Alley. The MiGs varied in colour scheme. The metallic finish variants can often be seen glinting in the distance in MiG Alley.
Turning too hard can lead to almost irrecoverable spins. Turning too hard can lead to almost irrecoverable spins.
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A nice planform view of the MiG-15 > > > >
A nice planform view of the MiG-15



These screenshots were taken on a Pentium 233MMX using a Creative 3D Blaster Banshee graphics card.
These images were created in 2006 with a ATI Radeon 9600 XT.
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MiG-15 and a B-29 Superfortress wing

MiG-15 and a B-29 Superfortress wing