The Sukhoi Su-33 is a variant of the Sukhoi Su-27 air superiority fighter, which was specially designed for use on aircraft carriers.
The concept for a suborbital stratospheric glide missile was devised in the 1930s by the Austrian engineer Eugen Sänger. During the Cold War, this concept was picked up by the United States and the Soviet Union several times. However, implementation failed due to technical feasibility.
The HK416 is an assault rifle from the weapons manufacturer Heckler & Koch. The variant HK416A7 with 14.5 '' pipe length was introduced in the Bundeswehr under the designation G95K for the special forces.
The Sukhoi Su-34, as an export version under the designation Su-32, is a two-seater fighter-bomber developed in the Soviet Union by the Sukhoi design office, whose series production started in April 2006.
The first variant was developed in the Soviet Union as early as the 1980s. The version, initially referred to as the Su-27M, had a revised airframe, duck wings, an enlarged radome for the N-011 radar and improved avionics.
Felon or 'the Criminal'. Thus, NATO named the newest Russian fighter, Su-57, which by its characteristics is a combat multi-role fighter. The fighter is designed according to the instructions of the Russian Air Force, as part of the PAK-FA program.
The RSK MiG-35 multi-purpose combat aircraft is a modernized version of the Soviet MiG-29M2. Unofficially, the MiG-35 is also called the Super Fulcrum. The MiG-35 is currently available in two versions, the single-seat MiG-35 and the two-seat MiG-35D.