Yep. The Pima Air Museum has several Communist MiG fighters in it's collection, reportedly aircraft that were initially acquired covertly by our Air Force to allow our fighter pilots to train against them in aerial combat, then retired to the boneyard and subsequently transferred to this (and other) museums when no longer needed.
They've got two MiG 15s inside their buidings, #822 here, painted up as a North Korean MiG, is down on the floor where you can paw it over.
Still...there's no denying that these things can fly, and they do look pretty cunning, eh?
They's got a MiG-29 "Fulcrum" here, too.