Polish Air Force 4110 MiG-29GT 41.elt In contrast to the F-4E from Turkey, this plane is a former german MiG29. Was one of four MiG-29UB the GDR received. Was refitted to NATO standard and the new designation was MiG-29GT, GT stands for "German Trainer". In 2004 Poland received 22 MiG-29s from the German Air Force. A total of 14 of these were overhauled and taken into service, equipping the 41st Tactical Squadron (41. elt) and replacing its MiG-21s. At present Poland has 32 active MiG-29s (26 MiG-29As, six MiG-29UB) which will serve at least until 2013–2015. They are currently stationed with the 1st Tactical Squadron at the 23rd Air Base near Mińsk Mazowiecki and the 41st TS at the 22nd Air Base near Malbork. As of 2008, Poland is the biggest NATO MiG-29 user. The possibility of modernising the fighters to enable them to serve until 2020–2025 is being contemplated, depending on whether cooperation with Mikoyan can be established.