A Russian Air Force Su-25
A Russian Air Force Su-25
A Russian Air Force Su-25UB. This version is a two-seater intended for both combat and training.
Su-25 at Kubinka air base
Nose view of the Su-25
An Iraqi Su-25 destroyed during Operation Desert Storm
A Russian Su-25
Soviet Su-25 in flight
Bulgarian Su-25UBK on take-off
Su-25UTG carrier-based trainer aircraft at Novofedorovka airbase
Russian Su-25TM has been built in small numbers. Carries (from tip to fuselage) R-73, R-77, 8×Vikhr, Kh-29T, Kh-58. White dome of Kopyo radar container is seen below, while two Omul ECM pods lie beside the aircraft.
A Sukhoi Su-25SM at the Celebration of the 100th anniversary of Russian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-28 non-combat jet trainer
Sukhoi Su-25 line drawing

The Sukhoi Su-25 Grach (Грач (rook); NATO reporting name: Frogfoot) is a subsonic, single-seat, twin-engine jet aircraft developed in the Soviet Union by Sukhoi.

- Sukhoi Su-25

"Frogfoot," the reporting name for the Sukhoi Su-25, references the aircraft's close air support role.

- NATO reporting name
A Russian Air Force Su-25

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A Polish Air Force MiG-29A
A Soviet Air Forces MiG-29 parked after a display flight at the Abbotsford Air Show, 1989
A Russian Air Force MiG-29UB trainer
MiG-29UB of the Swifts aerobatic team
RD-33 on display at the Luftwaffenmuseum of the Bundeswehr
A Bangladesh Air Force MiG-29B inflight with its Klimov RD-33 turbofan engines on full afterburner
MiG-29 cockpit, 1995
MiG-29 nose showing radome and S-31E2 KOLS IRST
MiG-29UB on display, showing gunport
Bangladesh Air Force MiG-29B during Breaking Formation, showing its full underbelly. Note the six underwing pylons carrying R-27, R-73 Air-to-air missiles. The centerline fuel tank is seen with an APU exhaust duct.
The sketch of the MiG-29 performing the super maneuver, the Pugachev's Cobra.
MiG-29SMT at the 2011 MAKS
A Ukrainian MiG-29 in 2018
MiG-29 of the Indian Air Force at Aero India 2009
An Indian Air Force MiG-29UPG
Indian Air Force MiG-29UPG patrolling the Himalayas
MiG-29K landing on INS Vikramaditya
MiG-29 of the Serbian Air Force and Air Defence
A digital representation of a MiG-29B in service with the Air Force of Serbia and Montenegro during Operation Allied Force in 1999.
A German Air Force MiG-29
MiG-29SE of the Peruvian Air Force
A Polish Air Force MiG-29 with a USAF F-16.
Sudanese Air Force MiG-29SE
A MiG-29AS of the Slovak Air Force
A squadron of Bulgarian Air Force MiG-29 "Fulcrum-A"
Bulgarian Air Force MiG-29UB
German Air Force MiG-29GT
MiG-29 Sniper
A Russian Air Force MiG-29SMT
MiG-29OVT on display
MiG-29K at МАК 2007
Azerbaijani Air Force MiG-29
Bangladesh Air Force MiG-29B Fulcrum takes off from Shahjalal International Airport
MiG-29B of the Belarusian Air Force
Bulgarian Air Force MiG-29A
MiG-29 of the Chadian Air Force lands at Lviv International Airport
MiG-29N of the Royal Malaysian Air Force
MiG-29B of the Myanmar Air Force
Hungarian Air Force MiG-29
MiG-29 Sniper on display
First prototype MiG-29 on display at the Central Air Force Museum in Monino.
MiG-29 on display in McMinnville, Oregon.
MiG-29A at Wright-Patterson National Museum of the USAF
Drawing of MiG-29 (Russian Air Force)

The Mikoyan MiG-29 (Микоян МиГ-29; NATO reporting name: Fulcrum) is a twin-engine fighter aircraft designed in the Soviet Union.

The Peruvian Air Force acquired 21 MiG-29S fighters from Belarus in 1997, as part of a package that also included 18 Su-25 attack aircraft.