The above plane is Mig-21 Fishbed from Fujimi, probably the best Mig-21 kit at least on those days.
The acompanying Mig-21 of the Fujimi´s are (right) Academy Mig-21 with the humpback made out of GreenStuff to make it a more recent Mig-21 model and (left) a Matchbox one.
Mig-23 ML from Hasegawa.
This Mig-23 has shaff dispersers on its tail made out of Evergreen with small drilled holes.
The Mig-23 pack.
The Mig-27 (or Mig-23 BN) ground attack aircraft from Academy armed with bombs.
Another one armed with missiles.
The Mig-27 pack.
The third one has a Mirage F-1 refuelling device, an Iraqi way to make air-refuelling possible from the Il-76 (I need one of those...).
The last of the Mig-27. This one is separated from the others due to its style of painting (or lack of it...).
Airfix Mig-29 Fulcrum. The Iraqi Fulcrums had several air aces in their ranks, including colonel Jameel Sayhood who shot down aircraft both in the Iran-Iraq war and Gulf war. He was downed during the war against F-15 Eagles but parachuted himself and it is not known if he survived.
Not sure, but clockwise: 12.00- diecast ; 01.00-Airfix, 06.00-Esci and 11.00 Italeri.
Su-24 Fencer by Italeri.
Su-25 Frogfoot, Academy.
Su-25 Frogfeet (?) pack, with different weapon loads.
Su-7 (Smer or KP, not sure). For me the nicest camouflage on any Iraqi aircraft.
If Iraqi airforce had received the Mig-31, maybe they looked like this one...
Mirage F-1 from Esci.
The Exocet missile carried by the Mirage F-1. This colour scheme is not probably the one available for the Iraqi but the only one I had info at the time of painting.
Mil-Mi 24 Hind by Airfix.
Same as above (Esci), with diferent colour scheme.
Pack of Hinds.
MBB BO 105, Airfix kit with scratchbuilt TOW missiles.
Oldies: Il-28 Beagle by Airfix.
Hawker Hunter by Airfix.
Mig-19 Farmer by KP.
Mig-21( or Shenyang F-7) by Academy.
Mig-23 by Airfix, parked to serve as a possible wargame scenario piece.
Tu-22 Blinder by Esci: the largest of the Iraqi warplanes. It measures 50 cm and dwarfs the Fujimi Mig-21 by its side. Its camouflage, if done today, would be green and grey as portrayed in the Middle East Database website.