The MiG Fighter is China's dedicated fighter aircraft that uses flak missiles to deal with enemy aircraft and vehicles.
We defend China's airspace! - MiG
The so-called MiG was first acquired by a cunning combination of judicious military imports and industrial espionage from a former Russian research fighter almost two decades ago. The fallout from the previously classified aircraft appearing on Chinese production lines did much to prevent the further export of more modern Russian weapons to the PLA, and some analysts even mark it as a contributing factor in the lead up to the current war, but regardless, the constantly-upgraded 'MiG' soldiers on in the Chinese air forces as the backbone of their interception and strike capabilities. When it was found they could not deliver an acceptable payload of napalm via their two missiles alone, requiring large numbers to trigger the desired firestorm effects, their weapons loadout was overhauled to feature a new payload of four powerful flak missiles, and the napalm delivery duties transferred to the newly-reactivated Hellfire MiGs. This has resulted in their becoming one of the most lethal air-to-air fighters in service in the current conflict, and the shaped-charge delivery system for the flak burst is also highly effective against vehicles. Streamlined production facilities have even made them cheaper to assemble.
Order the unit to attack the target area.
Behind the scenes
Prior to 1.87 the MiG Fighter is named Interceptor MiG (not to be confused with the old GLA jet).