E.B.S.I.S Aircraft

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Aircraft of the E.B.S.I.S.

 Between the Global Civil War and the Rain of Death, only a small percentage of Russian/European Fourth generation aircraft survived.  Of the Fifth generation, they could virtually be counted on your hands and there are no Sixth generation aircraft known to exist.   As with all things, the burgeoning Soviet state took the most rugged and tried examples of available airframes combined with what manufacturing base they had and built a fleet that, with numbers, could hold its own against the RDF, Zentraedi, and Hi-Tech Bandits around the world. Second only to Mecha, the E.B.S.I.S. is in the market for advanced aircraft designs, aircraft, and avionics.

What follows is what will be most commonly encountered in the field. Europe was hit much harder than the Russian Federation so few airframes from countries such as France, Germany, or the UK exist.  Most common would be Russian and former Soviet designs (of which there were many).


MiG-29E Fulcrum (Robotech Book II: RDF Manual, pg 32-33)

MiG-25 Foxbat B (Robotech Book II: RDF Manual, pg 33)

MiG-23 Flogger (Robotech Book II: RDF Manual, pg 33)

Less common:
MiG-31 Foxhound (about 12 operational)
Su-27 Flanker (about 20 operational)


Su-17/20/22 Fitter

Attack/Ground Support

Su-24 Fencer

Su-25 Frogfoot

MiG-27 Flogger D/F


Mi-2 Hoplite (Light Utility)

Mi-8/17 Hip (Medium Utility)

Mi-24 Hind (Gunship)

Less Common:
Mi-28 Havoc
KA-50/52 Black Shark/Alligator

Naval Aviation

YaK-38 Forger (VTOL)

Ka-27 Helix (Anti-Submarine/Transport)

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