10. F-14A Tomcat
F-14A Tomcat is a supersonic plane with two engine and two seat. This fastest plane is produced by Grunman. The special feature about this fastest plane is that this plane is variable-sweep wing fighter aircraft. This aircraft was used mainly by US Navy and now This fastest plane just remain to be used by Iranian Air Force.
9. Su-27 Flanker
SU-27 is a supermanoeuverable fighter aircraft with two engine. This fastest plane is produced by Sukhoi. Su-27 was made as a closest counterpart of the F-15 Eagle from US. This aircraft was used mainly by Russianm Chinese and Ukrainian Air Force.
8. MiG-23 Flogger
MIG-23 is a is a variable-geometry fighter aircraft and belong to Soviet Union third generation jet category. This fastest plane is produced by Mikoyan-Gurevich. MIG-23 is one of the most popular fighter jet with 5,047 number ever built. MIG-23 is still used by several countries air force, including India, North Korea, Libya, Syria and Sudan.
7. Tu-144 Charger
Tu-144 is one of only two Supersonic transport aircraft that enter commercial service (the other one is concorde). This fastest plane is produced by Tupolev OKB. Tu-144 was grounded after just 55 scheduled flights and remained a cargo plane until 1983. NASA still used this fastest plane for supersonic research until 1999.
6. Su-24 Fencer
SU-24 is supersonic all-weather attack aircraft from the Soviet Union. This fastest plane is produced by Sukhoi. SU-24 is a variable-sweep swing plane with twin engined. It was the first plane that integrate digital navigation/attack system. This fastest plane is still in service with Soviet Union and several air forces It was exported.
F-111 was a medium-range interdictor and tactical strike aircraft that also filled the roles of strategic bomber, reconnaissance, and electronic warfare in its various versions. This fastest plane was produced by General Dynamics. F-111 is mainly used by United States Air Force (USAF) and Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). Almost all this fastest planes have been phased out.
4. F-15 Eagle
F-15 is a twin engine, all-weather tactical fighter fastest plane that used to gain and maintain air superiority in aerial combat. This fastest plane is produced by McDonnell Douglas, now Boeing Defense, Space & Security. F-111 is mainly used by United States Air Force, Japan Air Self-Defense Force, Royal Saudi Air Force and Israeli Air Force.
3. MiG-25 Foxbat (Ye-155)
MIG-25 is Interceptor and reconnaissance aircraft. MIG-25 is one of the fastest military aircraft to enter the service. It can reach Mach 2.83+ and a powerful radar and four air to air missiles. This fastest plane was produced by Mikoyan-Gurevich OKB. MIG-25 is in limited service for Russian Air Force, Algerian Air Force, Syrian Air Force and Military of Turkmenistan.
2. MiG-31 Foxhound
MIG-31 is supersonic Interceptor aircraft intended to replace MIG-25. This fastest plane was developed by Mikoyan. It can reach Mach 2.83+ and can reach 3.2+ with risk of engine damage. MIG-31 is active service for Russian Air Force and Kazakhstan Air Force.
1. SR-71 Blackbird (YF-12)
SR-71 Blackbird is Mach 3+ strategic reconnaissance aircraft. This fastest plane was developed by Lockheed Skunk Works. The SR-71 served with the U.S. Air Force from 1964 to 1998. Although 12 of the 32 aircraft built were destroyed in accidents, none were lost to enemy action. SR-71 Blackbird is currently retired.
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