Lavochkin La-7 (Лавочкин Ла-7)
Hawker Hurricane Mk II, Red Air Force,
And now MiG-1. Officially called the “first Mikoyan and Gurevitch airplane”. Mikoyan and Gurevitch then combined their first letters of their names and it became MiG. Those were two engineers who worked on the plane.
It was designed by Polikarpov, and taken over by Mikoyan when Polikarpov fell from political favor.
I-16 – 1941
Soviet Air Force recruitment poster c.1941
Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Gudkov LaGG-3 (Лавочкин-Горбунов-Гудков ЛаГГ-3) was a Soviet fighter aircraft of World War II. It was a refinement of the earlier LaGG-1, and was one of the most modern aircraft available to the Soviet Air Force at the time of Germany’s invasion in 1941.
Overweight despite its wooden construction, at one stage 12 LaGG-3s were being completed daily and 6,528 had been built when factory 31 in Tbilisi switched to Yak-3 production in 1944.
Lavochkin La-15 (NATO reporting name Fantail), was an early Soviet jet fighter and a contemporary of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15
The Mikoyan-Gurevich I-270 (Design Ж (“Zh”) was a response to a Soviet Air Force requirement in 1945 for a rocket-powered interceptor aircraft for the point-defense role.