The US Air Force foresees a future with 5 fighter models, but without F22

A few months ago, the future of the US Air Force, at least in its official strategy, boiled down to 2 aircraft for its hunting component: ...

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For Western experts, the J-20 and Su-57 fighters have questionable performance

It is often difficult to accurately assess the actual performance of a combat aircraft, especially when it is surrounded by an aura of confidentiality. However, Justin Bronk, an analyst ...

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Are F35, Su57 and J20 really a generation ahead of the Rafale and the Typhoon?

Very often, when it comes to comparing devices like the F35, Su-57 and J-20 to European devices like the Rafale, the Typhoon or the JAS39 Gripen,…

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Japan unveils future FX fighter… and raises many questions

Last December, the Japanese Ministry of Defense (MoD) changed the name of its fighter aircraft program from “Future Fighter” to “FX”, symbolically marking the start of…

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The US Air Force will radically change its planning for the development and acquisition of its combat aircraft

In an interview with, the director of acquisitions of the US Air Force, Will Roper, said that the US Air Force was preparing to announce, on October 1, ...

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Availability of US Air Force 5G planes still problematic

While the US Air Force is completing the deployments in Europe of some of its forces as part of the Rapid Forge exercise, the availability figures of its aircraft are questioning ...

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The US Air Force denies an interest in anything other than the F-35

While the two major US manufacturers, Boeing and Lockheed had both released on a new aircraft to reinforce the F-22 and F-35 deficiencies, the US Air Force, through the voice of its Secretary of State, Heather Wilson, denied being interested in any of the two devices on offer.

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A first vision of the Korean hunter project KF-X

Like Japan, and Turkey, South Korea has launched its own combat aircraft program on the spectrum of the 4 / 5eme generation. Intended to come into service around 2030, the Korean KF-X project is based on a low radar image cell, but does not have an internal weapon bay, which positions it more in the 4,5 generation than in the 5eme generation.

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