The Mi-4C Mi-6 was a mid-level, four-seat fighter jet in the late 1970s, which saw some combat action in Vietnam.
It was also used as a trainer, but not for long.
In 1980, the Mi-14A1 came into service as the MiG-21.
This aircraft was later modified to carry a MiG 21M variant and is one of the last MiG aircraft to be exported to Canada.
The MiG Mi-16A1, built by the Ukrainian manufacturer Varyag in the 1990s, was used for training purposes.
The last Mi-8 MiG was built in 2003.
This plane, designed by Ukrainian firm Mi-LOK and built by Russia, saw service with the Ukrainian air force during the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
This MiG has been preserved by the Canadian Museum of History and was once on display at the National War Memorial.
The only other MiG to be preserved in Canada is the MiGs “black” and “white” versions, which were also used in the Ukrainian military.
The latter aircraft was designated the “Berkut” in the 1970s.
The Berkut was a highly advanced version of the MiGG-29.
The aircraft was based on the MiGP-21, which was the first military aircraft to carry the new-generation “bump” radar system.
The Sukhoi Su-22M2 was also a Mi-2 derivative, and was based around the MiGS-11K trainer.
In the 1980s, the B-52 was used as an emergency launch aircraft.
The Canadian Air Force did not use this aircraft during the Second World War.
In 1989, the Canadian Armed Forces decided to decommission the MiGT-25, a MiGT based on two of the Berkuts main engines.
This was the last aircraft in Canada to be converted into a jet.
The C-130 Hercules was a modified version of a C-141 Hercules, which the military used during the Korean War.
The Hercules was converted to a tanker aircraft and was operated by the Royal Canadian Air Forces.
It also saw some action in Afghanistan.
The first of two B-1 bombers used in North Korea was also converted to an operational tanker aircraft.
In 1991, the last Canadian aircraft of any kind was the CF-18 Hornet.
This is an Air Force fighter jet.
In 2007, the government acquired the last remaining C-46 Greyhound, a jet used in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere.
The Hornet was decommissioned and converted into the C-17 Globemaster III, a tanker for Canadian forces in the Middle East.
The Greyhound is currently the only Greyhound aircraft in operation.
This helicopter is based on an Air Canada C-135.
This Air Canada plane was used in operations in Iraq.
The Bombardier CC-135J, a single-engine turboprop aircraft, is a twin-engine plane that has been retired since 1986.
The Air Force plans to retire the CC-130E, a turbopropsjet aircraft that was developed in the 1960s and has flown over 500 combat missions.
The CF-111 Starfighter was a multi-role fighter jet, which has seen a number of operational flights over the past two decades.
The Starfighter is based in Canada.
There is no record of the Starfighter ever flying in Iraq, although a couple of them have been used in support of the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, which resulted in the deaths of over 2,000 Iraqis and the destruction of a number more.
The F-16 Fighting Falcon was a twin jet fighter aircraft.
It had been designed and built in the 1950s by McDonnell Douglas and was first used as the mainstay of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAF).
It has been flown over 250 times, most recently by the RAAF’s special operations team.
The Royal Canadian Navy has used the F-35 Lightning II for training missions, and it is based at Kingston.
The RCAF has used a number other jet aircraft over the years, including the Canadian CF-130, which is based out of Kingston, Ont., and has been used for long-duration air policing operations.
There are currently about 15,000 of these aircraft flying around the world.
The U.S. Navy has been using the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, which it acquired in the mid-1980s, and the Lockheed F-15 Eagle, which came out in the early 1990s.
It has also used F-18 Raptors for training.
The US Air Force is currently using the F/A-18A Super Hornet, which first flew in 1997, and is based around a single Pratt & Whitney F135 engine.
In 2015, the US Air National Guard purchased a pair of F-117E Super Hornets.
The Raptor was first developed for the USAF and the F135 was developed for Lockheed. The