Red Fighters: MiGs
The MiGs that Put Heat in the Cold War Can Now be Flown by Westerners
From the Print Edition:
Demi Moore, Autumn 96
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Or, if you want the experience of strapping into a MiG without leaving the safety of your office, a company called the IBD Group offers desk chairs converted from surplus MiG ejection seats. They're $5,000.
The message is clear: Why settle for a golden parachute when you can own a rocket-powered, Russian-built one?
Based in New York City, Phil Scott writes frequently about aviation topics and is the author of The Shoulders of Giants: A History of Human Flight to 1919 (Addison-Wesley, 1995).
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