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Chengdu J-7

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The Chengdu J-7 Airguard (Chinese: 歼-7; third generation export version F-7; NATO Code: Fishbed) is a People's Republic of China license-built version of the Soviet Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21. Though production ceased in 2013, it continues to serve, mostly as an interceptor, in several air forces, including the People's Liberation Army Air Force. The J-7 was extensively re-developed into the CAC/PAC JF-17 Thunder, which became a successor to the type.


  • Albania
    • Albanian Air Force
  • Bangladesh
    • Bangladesh Air Force
  • People's Republic of China
    • People's Liberation Army Air Force
    • People's Liberation Army Naval Air Force
  • Egypt
    • Egyptian Air Force
  • Iran
    • Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force
  • Iraq
    • Iraqi Air Force
  • Democratic People's Republic of Korea
    • Korean People's Air Force
  • Mozambique
    • Mozambique Air Force
  • Myanmar
    • Myanmar Air Force
  • Namibia
    • Namibian Air Force
  • Nigeria
    • Nigerian Air Force
  • Pakistan
    • Pakistan Air Force
  • Sri Lanka
    • Sri Lanka Air Force
  • Sudan
    • Sudanese Air Force
  • Tanzania
    • Tanzanian Air Force
  • United States
    • United States Air Force (Foreign Technology Evaluation: MiG-21F-13)
  • Zimbabwe
    • Air Force of Zimbabwe

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