The Mikoyan MiG-29, NATO reporting name Fulcrum is a fourth-generation jet fighter aircraft designed in the Soviet Union for an air superiority role. Developed in the 1970s, it entered service with the Soviet Air Force in 1983, and remains in use by the Russian Air Force as well as in many other nations.

The aircraft can carry a wide range of missiles and is able to load suitable missiles to the hardpoints. Some of these are animated. You may select which missiles are loaded in Surveyor. The new Russian missiles are products available separately.

The pictures show the Mig-29 in action and under afterburner, firing missiles.

Animated Actions

  • horn sound H key is a machine gun firing, or trigger setting 1;
  • fire the Alamo AA-10, Aphid AA-8 and Adder AA-12 missiles (default setup to the missile animated hardpoints) in sequence with multiple presses of the B key, or trigger setting 2;
  • flare for landing or takeoff – use the V key, or trigger setting 3;
  • tyre smoke on landing, use trigger setting 4;
  • drag chute deployment for normal landing, use trigger setting 5;
  • slow the aircraft for landing to 40% of maximum speed, so the wheels come down, use trigger setting 6;
  • stop the aircraft after landing, use trigger setting 9.

A typical sequence of track triggers using DCC control is:

  • place a trigger on the approach track to an airport, trigger 6 to lower wheels;
  • trigger 3 to flare the nose up for landing;
  • trigger 4 at touchdown point for tyre smoke;
  • trigger 5 just after to deploy drag chute;
  • trigger 3 again to lower flared nose;
  • trigger 9 to stop aircraft further down the runway.

Pictures show the aircraft loaded with animated missiles, and landing with the nose flared at 7 degrees and the drag chute deployed. A second paint scheme is available.

Mig-29 Fulcram  kuid2:60238:9755:1
Mig-29 Fulcram 2  kuid2:60238:9756:1
Aircraft Action Trigger  kuid:76656:24050