Ok, from what I know if these to aircraft came head to head the winner would be decided by the circumstance. If it were one on one F-15 vs MiG-29 the Fulcrum would have the advantage because its 1) more maneuverable 2) The pilot can look at his/her target lock on and shoot. But if it came to be more than 2 Eagles vs a fulcrum, the Fulcrum would be in trouble because it does not have a multi-targeting computer like the F-15C does. So, in different situations both aircraft can win and lose... is this true?
Bienvenido Phantom. (even though I can tell just by your screenname that you aren't really an F-4 jock )
We've covered this one in many other threads, but here goes...again.
The MiG-29 has a shoddy AA record at best...8 kills scored against other MiGs (who knew?), including two friendly fire incidents (one of those being against another Fulcrum), plus one which was scored by a Cuban Fulcrum against a Cessna (in a very Charlie Sierra incident, I will add).
As for the Eagle? 104.5 kills to 0 combat losses, including around 11 kills against Fulcrums.
Superior and more reliable equipment, superior tactics and training, and AWACS all contributed to the Eagle's dominance of the Fulcrum. Now that adversary nations with a good bankroll are turning to the Flanker family, and some certain folks have buried their jets, the Eagle's dominance of the Fulcrum should easily continue.
Beers and MiGs were made to be pounded!