|A Redfox of 1962 on display at the Museum of Aviation in Sejpedek|
|National origin||Granzery SR|
|Manufacturer||Juhasz State Aerospace Design Bureau|
|Retired||1968 (combat) |
|Primary user||Granzery People's Air Force|
The J-M17G was a jet fighter aircraft and upgrade of the Stasnovan Mig-17 which served as the primary aircraft of the Grozyar People's air force, and was used as a light attack and trainer aircraft into the late 1960s and a trainer into the 1970s.
Electronics and Avionics
- J-M17G mtz. 1958 - First variant of the aircraft. Used until 1963.
- V-1(JM) mtz. 1962 - Main variant, minor modifications, Vertega-Oppirus designed, removing all Stasnovan equipment.
- V-1(JM)T mtz. 1964 - Attack variant with increased carrying capacity, sacrificing speed and maneuverability.
- Granzery SR: Grozyar People's Air Force
- Template:Country data Second Grozyar Republic: Grozyar Republican Air Force.
Specifications (J-M17G mtz. 1958)
- Crew: 1
- Length: 11.27 m
- Wingspan: 9.60 m
- Height: 3.80 m
- Wing area: 22.6 m2
- Empty weight: 3,820 kg
- Max takeoff weight: 6,198 kg
- Powerplant: 1× 1 × JD KSz-42 afterburning turbojet, 42.3 kN
- Guns: 2x 30 mm SZK autocannons
- Hardpoints: 4 external pylons with a capacity of up to 1000kg, including 250 kg bombs, 500kg bombs and VL-H8 Infrared Anti-Air Missiles,