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Aermacchi M 324, Italy , Trainer, light ground attack plane 

 

 
 

North American OV 10 A Bronco, USA, 1970 , Ground attack aircraft 

 

The Bronco was designed as a simple but most effective aircraft fpr tactical ground support in the Viet Nam war, which could be operated from the most simple airfields.

 
 

Tupolev Tu 26, Russia, 1970 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Mitsubishi F 1, Japan, 1971 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Suchoi Su 17 M4R, Russia, 1971 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Avions Marcel Dassault Etendard IV P, France, 1972 , Tactical reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Dassault Bréguet Mirage F, France, 1972 , Combat aircraft 

 

The Mirage F1 is build in various versione to fit different roles: F1A fighter bomber, F1B two seater fighter bomber, F1E ground attack, F1D two seater ground attack trainer.

 
 

Grumman F 14 Tomcat, USA, 1972 , Carrier based fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Mikoyan Gurevich OKB MiG 23 UB, Russia, 1972 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Mikoyan Gurevich OKB MiG 23 UB NATO FLOGGER, Russia, 1972 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Myasishchev M 4, Russia, 1972 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Myasishchev M 4 NATO BISON-A, Russia, 1972 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Fairchild Republic A 10 A Thunderbolt II, USA, 1972 , Ground attack aircraft, tank buster 

 

 
 

SEPECAT Jaguar, International, 1973 , Fighter bomber and tactical reconnaissance 

 

Originally designes as an advanced trainer, the Jagu- ar was modified and became a fighter bomber. It was fitted with a complete set of avionics and took over the roles of the Phantoms and the Mystères. It is in service withe the RAF and the armée de l'air.

 
 

Breguet Alpha Jet, France, 1974 , Advanced trainer and light fighter bomber 

 

The Alpha Jet is a french german coproduction. It is layed out as an advanced jet trainer and light agile fighter bomber. In these roles it relieved the Fouga Magister and the FIAT G.91 Gina.

 
 

Avions Marcel Dassault Super Etendard, France, 1974 , carrier based fighter bomber 

 

 
 

General Dynamics F 16 A Fighting Falcon, USA, 1974 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

Hawker Siddeley / BAe Hawk, United Kingdom, 1974 , Advanced trainer and light fighter bomber 

 

The Hawk is designed for advanced flight and weapons training, but can be uses as a light fighter bomber as well. Hawks are in service with the RAF and in many other contries. On airshows Hawks may be seen with the Red Arrows, the RAF aerobatics team.

 
 

BAe / Hawker Siddeley Hawk, United Kingdom, 1974 , Advanced trainer and light fighter bomber 

 

The Hawk is designed for advanced flight and weapons training, but can be uses as a light fighter bomber as well. Hawks are in service with the RAF and in many other contries. On airshows Hawks may be seen with the Red Arrows, the RAF aerobatics team.

 
 

Panavia Tornado IDS, International, 1974 , Fighter bomber, tactical reconnaissance, ECM 

 

Developed as a european project. It has got a vari- able wing geometry, high performance avionics in- cluding a terrain following radar which enables the Tornado to extreme low flight profiles. Versions: IDS (Interdictor Strike), ADV (Air Devence Variant) BT (Bomber Trainer), ECM (Electr. Counter Measures)

 
 

SOKO J 22 Orao 2, Yugoslavia, 1974 , Ground attack aircraft 

 

 
 

Suchoi Su 19, Russia, 1974 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Tupolev Tu 80, Russia, 1975 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Aermacchi MB 339, Italy, 1976 , Trainer, light ground attack plane 

 

 
 

Lockheed F 111, USA, 1976 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

CASA C 101, Spain, 1977 , Trainer and light ground attack aircraft 

 

The C101 was developed by CASA together with MBB and Northrop. It is a modular design which allows the aircraft to be adapted to a new mission role in a very short time.

 
 

Suchoi Su 25 Shturmovik, Russia, 1977 , Ground Attack Aircraft 

 

 
 

McDonnell Douglas F 15 Eagle, USA, 1978 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 23 BN, Russia, 1978 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Mikoyan Gurevich MiG 23 BN NATO FLOGGER-F, Russia, 1978 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Mikoyan Gurevich OKB MiG 23 ML, Russia, 1978 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Mikoyan Gurevich OKB MiG 23 ML NATO FLOGGER-A, Russia, 1978 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Rockwell B 1 B Lancer, USA, 1978 , Strategic bomber 

 

 
 

Suchoi Su 24 M, Russia, 1978 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Lockheed F 117 A Night Hawk, USA, 1981 , Stealth fighter bomber 

 

 
 

SIAI Marchetti S 211, Italy, 1981 , Combat Trainer 

 

 
 

McDonnell Douglas F/A 18 Hornet, USA, 1982 , Carrier based fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Embraer / Alenia AMX, International, 1984 , Ground attack aircraft / Trainer 

 

 
 

Suchoi Su 39 Shturmovik, Russia, 1984 , Ground attack aircraft 

 

 
 

FMA IA 58 Pucara, , 1985 , Light ground attack aircraft 

 

The Pucara was designed by specifications of the argentinian air force, which needed a light ground attack plane for guerilla counter measures. It is designed to get along with a minimum of infrastructure.

 
 

McDonnell Douglas / BAe AV 8 B Harrier II, USA, 1985 , VTOL Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

PZL I 22 Iryda, Poland, 1985 , Ground Attack Trainer 

 

 
 

BAe Hawk 200, United Kingdom, 1986 , Ground Attack Aircraft 

 

 
 

IAI Lavi B, Israel, 1986 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

IAI Nesher, Israel, 1986 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Lockheed F 16 Fighting Falcon, USA, 1986 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Mc Donnell Douglas F 15 E Strike Eagle, USA, 1986 , Fighter Bomber and Ground Attach Aircraft 

 

The F15E Strike Eagle ist derived from the F15C. It is a two-seater with enforced structure, recent avionics and higher fuel capacity.

 
 

Suchoi Su 27, Russia, 1986 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

Suchoi Su 30, Russia, 1986 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

Suchoi Su 30, Russia, 1986 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

Suchoi Su 33, Russia, 1986 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

BAe / Boeing T 45 C Goshawk, United Kingdom, 1988 , Carrier based advanced trainer and light attack aircraft 

 

The T45 is a Hawk, modified for the US market. Some of the modifications are the arrester hook for carrier landings and changed air brakes. It is a joint venture of BAe and Boeing (McDD) St. Louis.

 
 

Saab JAS 39 Gripen, Sweden, 1988 , fighter bomber / tactical recconnaissance 

 

 
 

Dassault Mirage 2000, France, 1989 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Nanchang K 8, People's Republic of China, 1990 , Trainer and light attack aircraft 

 

 
 

Avions Marcel Dassault Mirage 4000, France, 1991 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Boeing AH 64 D Apache longbow, USA, 1992 , Attack Helicopter 

 

 
 

Breguet Rafale, France, 1992 , Fighter 

 

 
 

Dassault Bréguet Rafale A, France, 1992 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

Eurofighter EF 2000 Typhoon, Germany, 1994 , Fighter bomber, tactical reconnaissance 

 

 
 

IAR 99 Soim, Romunia, 1994 , Combat Trainer 

 

 
 

HAL LCA Light Combat Aircraft, India, 1995 , light fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Chengdu F 7 MG, People's Republic of China, 1996 , Fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Aero L 159 ALCA, Czech Republic, 1997 , Light ground attack aircraft 

 

The L 159 is developed from the L 39 Albatros and the L59. It has been modified with advanced avionics and a new engine. For this project Aero Vochody has started a joint venture with Boeing.

 
 

Lockheed / Boeing F 22 Raptor, USA, 1997 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

Boeing X 32 Joint Strike Fighter, USA, 2000 , Carrier-based fighter bomber / experimental 

 

 
 

Boeing F/A 18 E/F Super Hornet, USA, 2001 , Carrier based fighter bomber 

 

The Super Hornet is the follow-up to the F/A 18 Hornet. from he exterior, it looks very similar to the Hornet, but it is virtually a complete new aircraft. It can be distiguished easily by the position and shape of the air intakes.

 
 

Daimler Chrysler Mako, Germany, 2001 , Combat Trainer 

 

       

 

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