MiG-21 Fishbed, Part 1 by Hans-Heiri Stapfer

By Hans-Heiri Stapfer

In and out picture insurance of the MiG-21F-13 (Fishbed C) to the MiG-21 PFM (Fishbed F). Covers cockpits, touchdown equipment, wheel wells, airframes, engines, and armament info. additionally covers the two-seat flight & guns education variations. Over two hundred complete colour and B&W images, line drawings, 12 complete colour profiles and conceal work.

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By Hans-Heiri Stapfer

In and out picture insurance of the MiG-21F-13 (Fishbed C) to the MiG-21 PFM (Fishbed F). Covers cockpits, touchdown equipment, wheel wells, airframes, engines, and armament info. additionally covers the two-seat flight & guns education variations. Over two hundred complete colour and B&W images, line drawings, 12 complete colour profiles and conceal work.

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The reasons behind the subsequent fertility decline in both the developed and less developed world are many, and in developing countries are often tied to notions of ‘the demographic transition’ and not within the scope of this chapter, but economic change, education, government policy and changes in values have all been hypothesized as motivating factors (Davis 1945; Hirschman 1994). It is enough at this time to point out that between 1970 and 1975 the global population was growing at about 2% per year, a rate that leads to a doubling in less than 35 years.

Hirschman, C. 1994. Why fertility changes. Annual Review of Sociology 20:203–33. Jagger, C. 2000. Compression or expansion of morbidity – what does the future hold? Age and Ageing 29:93–4. Kinsella, K. R. Phillips. 2005. Global aging: The challenge of success. Population Bulletin 60:1–40. Lee, R. 2011. The outlook for population growth. Science 333:569–73. Litwak, E. 1960. Geographic-mobility and extended family cohesion. American Sociological Review 25:385–94. Oeppen, J. and J. Vaupel. 2002. Broken limits to life expectancy.

The editors also thank Dr J. Steven Ott, Director of the Institute of Public and International Affairs, and former Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of Utah for his support of, and enthusiasm for, the work that went into the forum and the current volume. The editors appreciate Dr Ott’s unwavering dedication in the face of difficult circumstances. We further gratefully acknowledge the help and support of the following: Sheila Matson and Leanne Little, Administrative Assistants, Prentice Institute for Global Population and Economy, University of Lethbridge, for their tireless administrative support; Seong-gee Um and Sara Zella, Post-doctoral Fellows, and Germain Boco, Research Analyst at the Prentice Institute, for their generous assistance; Claire Jarvis and Jude Chillman of Ashgate Publishing for their interest in our book, their support and patience.

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