With its impressive maneuverability, the MiG-29 re-established the reputation of the Soviet Union as a producer of combat aircraft capable. The MiG-29 was developed to meet a requirement of the Soviet air forces of light weight multi-role fighter.
Incorporating an advanced aerodynamic design, the MiG-29 has an N-019 pulse Doppler radar (NATO Slot Back) as the main sensor, which is allied to a little red search and track to track liabilities of objectives.
09.12 The prototype made its first flight in 1977, and the type entered service with Soviet Frontal Aviation in 1986. Replacement of MiG-23, MiG-29 was given the air superiority and ground attack twice. Regimental Combat Team are also involved in tactical nuclear strike with 30 kT RN-40 bombs