F-7M J-7MG
ultimate Mig21! doublke delta

replaces J7E
1989 ecm, GE 404 or Wopen 7b 10.8/15.8 thousand lb thrust
[use mig21 body]
MR multi-role - new DEFA cannon replaces wimpy gun, new HUD, improved with western avionics
with new beautiful skin
added July 3-4 98

revised in GT 50 back to J-7E shape and skin [note shape is not double delta]
G +10.5
generation 8 mods Jan 2002 [testing of /10th fuel loads]

4 RS-1 AAM
no radar

V=1450 @32,000
SF repaired several spin problems and reduced accident rate
GT started 2000/02/19
(GT models 1963)

aka J-6A, S-105 [Czech], LIM-7 [Poland]
the PM version only carried AAM no gun, hence was a bit quicker

GT started 2000/02/19


  • China
  • USSR
  • Albania
  • Egypt
  • Bangledesh
  • Vietnam


no airbrake, bigger flap
replaces FA game Q-5 which is a mix between a Mig19pm and A-5


GT started 2000/02/19


  • China
  • Bangladesh
  • Pakistan

no airbrake, bigger flap

GT started 2000/02/19


  • China
  • Bangladesh ?
J-8 II

G: -4 +8
made famous in April 2001 after a USA electronic warfare plane hit it then landed at a militay base South Sea China

think of it as a big mig19

[J8II loadout]
added to GT R47, generation 7 beta edits [incomplete but flyable]
JH-7 FBC-1d 1994
2 engine
2 seat
ASM role
high wing
data link?

mtow= 60,300

think of it as a less advanced ASM Tornado


JH-7/FBC-1 Flounder/Flying Leopard

This tandem-seat fighter bomber in the same of class of Tornado and Su-24 (max TO weight 60,439lb, weapon load 6,500kg, max speed Mach 1.7, ferry range 3,650km, combat radius 1,650km) entered limited service with PLA naval aviation in 1994, replacing old Il-28 torpedo bombers. Designed by Xian Aircraft Design Institute (603 Institute) and built by Xian Aircraft Company (XAC), the JH-7 prototype first flew in December 1988. But it did not complete the development until late 1996 after successfully test-firing YJ-8/C-801K ASM (before that one prototype was actually lost and two test pilots were killed due to engine failure). Its standard mission is anti-ship, where it carries two YJ-8 ASMs under the wing plus two wingtip PL-5B AAMs for self-defence. It can also carry rocket pods or up to 20 250kg free-fall bombs for ground attack mission. JH-7 was first revealed on TV during the naval exercise in October 1995, but since it was reportedly rejected by PLAAF in favor of Su-30MK, due to its 70's design as well as two unreliable and underpowered Rolls-Royce Spey MK202/WS-9 turbofans (20,515lb with afterburning), it has become the first dedicated maritime attack aircraft for PLA Naval Aviation. All JH-7s (around 20) are believed to be stationed at Dachang Airbase near Shanghai. Nonetheless, Chinese engineers are still making various improvements on JH-7. Their efforts inlcude adding the new JL-10A PD fire control radar, new Blue Sky low altitude navigational pod (comparable to American LANTIRN system), HMS, digital FBW system, databus and INS/GPS. A further upgraded JH-7A is reportedly under development. Major upgrades include two Russian AL-31F turbofans which will replace WS-9 to give the aircraft a better performance, as well as the capability to deliver a variety of precision guided munitions and stand-off missiles. Its export version is dubbed FBC-1 (Fighter/Bomber Export-1), which was revealed at Zhuhai International Airshow in November 1998 using the #083 prototype owned by China Flight Test Establishment (CFTE) -- the same aircraft which has been involved in tests of various new flight instruments and weapon systems. The future of FBC-1 is far from certain. It is probably too old and too heavy to find any customers, foreign or domestic, as PLAAF is getting ready to embrace Su-30MKKs.
China gained access to the Soviet Union's first ballistic missile system: the SS-1/2/3. These missiles, modeled after the German V-2, served as the prototype for China's first ballistic missile, the DF-1. The DF-1, a version of the SS-2, was first tested in 1960. China then developed a longer range missile called the CSS-1 or DF-2, which it tested in 1964. developing the DF-31, the DF-41, the DF21 X, and the JL-2 submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM). sold "several dozen" CSS-2s to Saudi Arabia in 1988. China has exported over 100 CSS-8 missiles to the Middle East.

Air to Air weapons in GT patch game object simulated with another GT object type
PL-6 PL7 Python3 IR
PL-7 R550 IR AA
PL-12 n/a R530D MR AR
PL-11 n/a R-40 LR SAHR
PL-8 n/a PY4 [python4] IR LR/close, AA, w helmet link
PL-10 PL10 aim7m MR SAHR
PL-4 n/a aim7e SR SAHR close