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MiG-37 Ferret E  camo b by bagera3005 MiG-37 Ferret E  camo b by bagera3005
MiG-37 Ferret E camo b

Length: 44 ft 6 in (13.56 m)
Height: 10 ft 9 in (3.28 m)
Span: 33 ft 6 in (10.21 m)
Weight: 34000 lbs (16130 kg)
Span: 33 ft 6 in (10.21 m)
Weight: 34000 lbs (16130 kg)
Basic Body Style: Twin Engine Fighter-Bomber SDC 500
Speed Class 34 Maximum Speed MACH 5 / 3,300 mph
Heavy Crew Armor w Plexiglass Windows SDC 550 AR 15
Weight 200 lbs
Aircraft Vehicle Armor: Medium Armor, SDC 500 AR 10
Weight 1200 lbs
Weapons
2 30 mm Automatic Cannons,
4 On wing Hard Points:
Can carry AA-7 or 2 AA-12 Missiles each
4 Bay Hard Points:
can carry AA-7, AA-9, AA-12 Air to Air Missiles or AS-7, AS-9, AS-10,
AS-14, 500 Kg LGB, RPK-180 or Various Iron Bombs

The Soviet counterpart of the American F-19 Stealth, the MiG 37B "Ferret" combined a faceted airframe design with cooled exhausts, a radar-absorbing skin and sophisticated electronic countermeasures to remain virtually invisible to Allied radar. Purely conjectural, the design nonetheless turned out to be closer in shape to the actual F-117 Nighthawk than was Testors' own hypothetical F-19.
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BlacktailFA Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2010
That's cool. :-)
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Kryptid Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010
Mach 5?! I thought the Ferret was supposed to be subsonic?
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bagera3005 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
its what tasters put down
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Kryptid Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010
Seriously? They sure seem to have a lot of confidence in that jagged design to expect it to be hypersonic. :P
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Peebo-Thulhu Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010
Hee hee! I still remember buying this as a 72 second scale model. At the time 'Sleek curves' were being touted as the key to stealth. Then this was kind of released (Under the radar ;P) and every one was again 'poo-pooing' the primitive Russians.

Of course, history has shown a very different picture and some folks now are far less trusting of the D.O.D. because of such shenanigans ever since.

Nice work again. *bows*
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AsgrCinalee Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010
This does not appear to be as maneuverable as the F-22, nor as stealthy.


looks cool though.
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arenafighter Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010
Very Cool!
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DarkProxy Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
there is no chance in hell this could fly
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bagera3005 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
the f-117 had same sad about it
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DarkProxy Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
true but the US made it the russian in this "time period" didn't have the same tech to make their planes fly in fact Russia is just now getting its fly by wire systems to work
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