Sudan received 16 Mig-21M's and 4Mig-21U's in mid '71. Breaking the relations with soviets after the coup attempt just months after delivery, led to weak serviceability and aircraft were maintained with the help of Egyptians. By '79 only 14 were left but only half was flyable. They were frequently used in skirmishes in Uganda and Ethiopia and in civil war in the south against SPLA rebels. From '88, 8 remaining were replaced with Mig-23BN's from Libya ('92) and J-7N's from Iran ('95).
Once again the Eduard kit, this time weekend edition with aires cockpit. Armed with UB-16 launchers and R-3S.