Mig 21-Bison – True Old Warrior
MiG-21 Bison is a single engine, single seater multi role fighter aircraft. It has a maximum speed of 2,230 km/hr and carries one 23mm twin-barrel cannon with four R-60 close combat missiles.
Turceptor fighters are designed to attack enemy aircraft, especially bombers and reconnaissance aircraft.
The Indian Air Force first inducted MiG-21 aircraft into its fleet in 1960.
Since the Kargil War, the Indian Air Force has been removing the old MiG-21 aircraft from its fleet and incorporating the same advanced MiG-21 bison.
Bison is also called by the name of Balaalika. The NATO forces also call it after the fishbed.Highlighted textMiG-21 Bison pilots have to wear helmets with the device visible in the dark of night. The facility takes place in the Mirage-2000, an advanced fighter aircraft that attacked Jaish’s camps in Balakot, Pakistan on Tuesday.