Crossword clues for mig
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
in name of various Russian fighter planes, so called in honor of aircraft designers Mikoyan and (Russian i) Gurevitch.
Mig, MiG, or MIG may refer to:
MiG is MiG Ayesa's debut self-titled solo album, first released in April 2007. It is made up of rock covers with orchestral arrangements, including an arrangement of " Baby, I Love Your Way" which original artist, Peter Frampton, played the acoustic guitar in. A second version was later released, containing 3 originals, "She Loved", "Could It Be" and "You and I".
Usage examples of "mig".
The two incoming MiGs flashed past the damaged Tomcat, hurtling toward the south before beginning a broad, sweeping turn which would bring them in behind Batman and Malibu.
It is possible, possible that Hsiao has something to do with the Chinese MiGs.
The white dots of searching MiGs were scattered across it like crumbs from a meal untidily eaten.
Cuban radar picks me up as I enter Angolan airspace and they immediately scramble a flight of MiGs from Saurimo, I should be able to turn out and run for it before they can catch me.
Cuban radar picks me up as I enter Angolan airspace and they immediately scramble a flight of Migs from Saurimo, I should be able to turn out and run for it before they can catch me.
Then why did I end up with Migs shooting at me and my aircrews so often?
In this case, if we detected VDL, we would know that the Migs were talking to the submarines chasing ours.
Playing out their reactions to the Migs, figuring out how they would handle it themselves.
The lead Tomcat pilot arched in toward the Migs, bearing down on them with the rest of his flight behind him.
Just as they were within short-range-missile distance of the Migs, the Russian aircraft veered away.
The Tomcats followed them, closing on their tails now, in perfect firing position, but the Migs ignored them.
By the time the second section of Hornets launched, there were no more Migs to deal with.
The Migs were inbound without radar, without jamming, without any electronic indication that they were doing anything besides conducting routine training operations.
I glanced forward at our own tactical display, and saw the Migs closing to within weapons range.
The Migs were just at the edge of their firing envelope, although they were still radiating no hostile emissions.