SU-22 Fitter - Libyan Air Force, Gulf of Sidra incident, 19 August, 1981 (1:72 Scale)
The Sukhoi Su-22 (NATO reporting name: Fitter) is a Soviet-era swing-wing ground-attack aircraft. It was originally designed as a fighter-bomber and saw extensive service in the Soviet military, as well as several other nations. The Su-22 is capable of carrying a variety of air-to-ground weapons, including bombs and missiles, and is equipped with a powerful radar system and avionics suite. The aircraft's swing-wing design allows for improved maneuverability at low speeds and high altitudes, making it well-suited for ground attack missions. The Su-22 has been used in a number of conflicts, including the Gulf War and the Iraq War.