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NATO Reporting Names of Soviet/Russian military aircraft

Russian aircraft designations usually contain the first two letters of the design bureau responsible for the plane's creation (such as, aircraft from Sukhoi have a 'Su' prefix while those from Kamov have a 'Ka' prefix), followed by a numerical designation. There are exceptions, however, like MiG (Mikoyan-Guryevich). This quiz asks you to name the NATO reporting names of these planes/helicopters. Here's a clue : Fighter aircraft names start with F and Helicopters names start with H. Have fun!
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Last updated: September 6, 2016
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Russian name
NATO Reporting name
Su-9/Su-11
Fishpot
Su-15
Flagon
Su-17/Su-20/Su-22
Fitter
Su-24
Fencer
Su-25
Frogfoot
Su-27/Su-30/Su-35
Flanker
Su-34
Fullback
Su-47
Firkin
Russian name
NATO Reporting name
MiG-9
Fargo
MiG-15
Fagot
MiG-17
Fresco
MiG-19
Farmer
MiG-21
Fishbed
MiG-23/MiG-27
Flogger
MiG-25
Foxbat
MiG-29/MiG-35
Fulcrum
MiG-31
Foxhound
Yak-41/Yak-141
Freestyle
Russian name
NATO Reporting name
Ka-10
Hat
Ka-15
Hen
Ka-18
Hog
Ka-20
Harp
Ka-22
Hoop
Ka-25
Hormone
Ka-26/Ka-126
Hoodlum
Ka-27/Ka-28/Ka-29/Ka-31
Helix
Ka-50/Ka-52
Hokum
Russian name
NATO Reporting name
Mi-1
Hare
Mi-2
Hoplite
Mi-4
Hound
Mi-6/Mi-22
Hook
Mi-8/Mi-17
Hip
Mi-10
Harke
Mi-12 (V-12)
Homer
Mi-14
Haze
Mi-24/Mi-25/Mi-35
Hind
Mi-26
Halo
Mi-28
Havoc
Mi-34
Hermit
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