With its impressive maneuverability, the MiG-29 re-established the reputation of the Soviet Union as a producer of combat aircraft capable. The MiG-29 was developed to meet a requirement of the Soviet air forces of light weight multi-role fighter.
Incorporating an advanced aerodynamic design, the MiG-29 has an N-019 pulse Doppler radar (NATO Slot Back) as the main sensor, which is allied to a little red search and track to track liabilities of objectives.
09.12 The prototype made its first flight in 1977, and the type entered service with Soviet Frontal Aviation in 1986. Replacement of MiG-23, MiG-29 was given the air superiority and ground attack twice. Regimental Combat Team are also involved in tactical nuclear strike with 30 kT RN-40 bombs
Despite its small size, the JAS 39 Gripen is a true Multi-Role Fighter jet, carrying all the electronics needed for each mission. Thus, a single aircraft will be able to replace the Viggen in all its versions. The JAS 39 is one of the lightest of the new generation of fighters of the late 90's. Its configuration is a delta canard, driven by a more potent derivative of the GE F404 engine.
The JAS 39 (Spaning Jakt Attack - fighter / attack / reconnaissance) is a new all-purpose fighter designed to replace all models of the Royal Air Force Viggens Swedish Draken and the rest in service. Small, agile and lightweight, the first delta wing, canard configured Gripen (Griffon) prototype made its maiden flight on December 8, 1988. The JAS 39 is truly a multi-role aircraft in every sense of the word. Setting the combat aircraft, attack, or types of awards mission is to simply by changing the onboard computer software and related systems. Data is transmitted to the pilot through three head forward and MFDs wide-angle HUD. For the enemy target, the MFD to the right of the pilot are the objective data acquired by radar, FLIR, sensors and weapons. The total need for the Swedish Air Force stands at 300 aircraft to equip 16 squadrons.
The Mitsubishi ATD-X Shinshin is a Japanese plane being developed by the Ministry of Defense Technical Research and Development (TRDI) for research purposes. ATD-X is an acronym that represents the "Advanced Technology Demonstrator - X". Japanese name of the aircraft is Shin-shin, which means "what one thinks." The main contractor is Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and this plane will be used as a technology demonstrator prototype and the internal investigation to determine whether advanced technologies for a fifth-generation fighter aircraft are viable. The inaugural flight is scheduled for 2014. The design of the aircraft reflects those of several U.S. fighters fourth and fifth generation, especially the F-22 Raptor.
The aircraft also features 3D thrust vectoring a 3 blades in each engine nozzle. Your radar will be an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar called "Multifunction RF Sensor", whose goal is to have broad-spectrum agility. The nozzles on the prototype seems to be discovered and may have a slight adverse effect on the characteristics of stealth aircraft. Japan is ready to develop its own new generation of stealth fighter jets to reduce its dependence on foreign technology and counter similar moves in China and Russia.Japan, who wants to replace its fleet of combat, has also made overtures to Washington on the possibility purchase U.S. F-22 Raptor stealth fighter.However, the U.S. Congress has repeatedly banned the sale of aircraft to any foreign government in an attempt to safeguard the advanced technology of their country
The Mitsubishi F-1 is a single-seat multi-role fighter jet designed and built jointly by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Fuji Heavy Industries for the Japan Air Self Defense Force (JASDF). It was the first indigenous fighter aircraft built after the Second World War. A total of 77 F-1 was built between 1977 and 1987. The F-1 was decommissioned in 2006. Was replaced with F-2A, which is derived from F-16 Fighter Jet.
The Mitsubishi F-1 can climb at a speed of 118m per second. Its maximum speed is 1,700 mph. The combat range radius and ferry the aircraft is 556 km and 2870 km respectively. Its service ceiling is 15,240 m
The J-10 is a multi-role single-engine fighter jet being developed by Chengdu Aircraft Corporation (CAC) and the Institute 611. Selected by PLAAF as the next generation fighter to replace the obsolete J-7 fighter and Q-5 attack aircraft. The aircraft seems to have a nose style of Su-27 and the air inlet rectangular shape, a type of AL-31F engine, twin nosewheels and a clear low visibility camouflage color scheme.
The aircraft has a large vertical tail, and two F-16 style ventral stabilizers believed to provide greater stability at high AoA. Its fuselage is much longer compared to the Israeli Lavi. However, its bubble canopy appears less elevated than the F-16, suggesting that the pilot must possess a true vision of 360 degrees. Unlike J-7E with two delta wings, seems to have a pair of inverted gull wings (ie, the interior portion extends slightly downward, while the outer portion extends flat).
The Q-5 is provided with the radio compass, radio altimeter, beacon receiver, and optical firing/bomb sight. The aircraft is equipped with a low-speed ejection seat clone of that of the J-6/MiG-19, which can operate at speeds between 250~850km/h. The aircraft is powered by two WP-6 turbojet engines, each rated at 25.5kN (2,600kg, 5,733lb) dry and 31.87kN (3250kg, 7,165lb) with afterburning.
The JH-7 is twin-engine two-seater, high-mounted swept wings in supersonic fighter-bomber has a configuration similar to the British aircraft "Tornado" attack. The aircraft is designed to have the same role and the kind of setup as the Russian Sukhoi Su-24 "Fencer". It has high mounted wings with compound sweepback, dog tooth leading edges and marked anhedral, twin turbofans, side air intakes, all swep tail surface, comprising large main fin, single small ventral fin and are under all moving stabilizer near the small wings in about two third tranche.
Approxomately Quarterchord sweep angles 45 degrees in the wings and flaps, 55 degrees off the tail. Double-barreled weapons including 23 mm in the nose, two towers of the stores under each wing, plus short-range air-rail-air missile on each wingtip. Load under the wings typical for shipping attck includes two C-801-anti-ship sea skimming missiles and two fuel tanks.
The JH-7 has provided the Chinese Navy with improved attack capabilities. However, WS9 turbofan does not have enough thrust (with 9305 kg thrust driven by motor), the maximum pump capacity of the large size wrestler with a maximum takeoff weight of 27 metric tons is five metric tons much less than foreign aircraft in the same weight.
J-15 Flying Shark is China's newest fighter jet, a fighter with folding wings sinuous, shortened tail cone and landing gear muscular you need to serve China's first aircraft carrier, which is expected to begin soon sea trials. It is a testament to growing dominance of China's military technology
The Dassault Mirage 2000 is a French multirole, single-engine fourth-generation jet fighter bogus by Dassault Aviation. It was advised as a failing fighter based on the Mirage III in the backward 1970s for the French Air Force. The Mirage 2000 acquired into a acknowledged multirole aircraft with several variants developed. The variants accommodate the Mirage 2000N and 2000D bang variants, the bigger Mirage 2000-5 and several consign variants. Over 600 aircraft were built and it is in account in nine countries as of 2009
Unlike most other success planes of the Mirage series, the F1 has a standard layout instead of a delta wing style. It's powered by a turbojet SNECMA Atar. The Mirage F1 began his career as an all-weather interceptor designated F1C. The main armament was the Super 530 F1C-to-air missiles. The Mirage F1B is a tandem two-seat variant of the F1C designed for training
The Dassault Super Etendard is a single seat Strike Fighter jet, first introduced into service in 1978. This is an updated version of the Etendard IVM. Based on the experience gained during the Korean War (1950-53), French authorities drew up specifications for a light interceptor. This definition was quickly assimilated into a program from a tactical light bomber that could carry out a mission of air superiority. At the same time, NATO published its requirements for the LWTSF (Light Weight Tactical Strike Fighter). In response, the company presented its Mirage and Dassault Etendard EA-6B Prowler aircraft which entered service in 1971 and is approaching end of operational life.
The Growler is a derivative of the combat-proven two-seat F/A-18 Hornet, the US Navy's maritime strike aircraft. The aircraft missions are mainly electronic attack (EA) and suppression of enemy air defences (SEAD), significantly at the beginning and on-going early stages of hostilities.
The EA-18 can perform full-spectrum electronic surveillance and electronic attack of enemy threat radars and communications nets. The EA-18 leverages the U.S. Navy's investment in the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet platform. A derivative of the two-seat F/A-18F Super Hornet - a platform that is in production these days - the EA-18 is a highly flexible design that allows the warfighter to perform a broad range of tactical missions, operating from either the deck of an aircraft carrier or land-based fields.
The EA-18G's electronic attack upgrades will meet EA-6B (ALQ-218, ALQ-99, USQ-113) Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) capability to detect, identify, find and suppress hostile emitters; offer enhanced connectivity to National, Theater and Strike assets; and provide organic precision emitter targeting for employment of onboard suppression weapons High-speed Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM) to satisfy operational requirement.