A Pakistan Air Force F-7PG, a modern version of the J-7, in flight during a training exercise held in 2009.

A Pakistan Air Force F-7PG, a modern version of the J-7, in flight during a training exercise held in 2009.

Chengdu J-7/F-7 AIRGUARD -- An upgraded version of F-7 of Pakistan Air Force known as F-7PG.

Chengdu J-7/F-7 AIRGUARD -- An upgraded version of F-7 of Pakistan Air Force known as F-7PG.

Drawing of the canceled Chengdu J-9  Date	7 December 2008 (original upload date)  Source	Own work (Original caption: “I created this work entirely by myself.”)  Author	Retxham (talk)

Drawing of the canceled Chengdu J-9 Date 7 December 2008 (original upload date) Source Own work (Original caption: “I created this work entirely by myself.”) Author Retxham (talk)

The Chengdu J-7 is a People's Republic of China license-built version[1] 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.[2][3]

The Chengdu J-7 is a People's Republic of China license-built version[1] 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.[2][3]

Pakistani Air Force Chengdu J-7.JPG fighter. Chinese improved copy of Russian Mikoyan Mig-21 "Fishbed".

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Pakistani Air Force Chengdu J-7.JPG fighter. Chinese improved copy of Russian Mikoyan Mig-21 "Fishbed".

Merryweather Longman - chengdu j 7 wallpaper: Full HD Pictures - 1920x1080 px

Merryweather Longman - chengdu j 7 wallpaper: Full HD Pictures - 1920x1080 px

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