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5th & 6th Generation Fighter Project

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 Author| Post time 11-6-2011 03:39 PM | Show all posts
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Post time 12-6-2011 10:01 AM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by F15SG at 12-6-2011 10:21

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Which one do you want for TUDM?  Any plan to join with other countries to develop "new" 5th fighter like Singapore (F35) and Indonesia (KFX) did?

For Malaysia ... I think money is not a problem ...
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Post time 12-6-2011 10:28 AM | Show all posts
oh yeah the dupe is here
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Post time 12-6-2011 01:29 PM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by malberi8 at 12-6-2011 13:30
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Which one do you want for TUDM?  Any plan to join with other countries to develop "new" 5th figh ...
F15SG Post at 12-6-2011 10:01 AM



   money is a problem to every country in this world.... even the richest nation have problem with money.... so nxt time pls use your brain before making a comment... your comments does make you looks like an ass'hole , like a fool... ini bodohh punya singaporean (no offend to other singaporean)
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Post time 12-6-2011 05:39 PM | Show all posts
money is a problem to every country in this world.... even the richest nation have problem  ...
malberi8 Post at 12-6-2011 13:29


jangan nampak f16sg aja ko ingat dia sporean, mochi baru aja lepas kick dia semalam
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Post time 12-6-2011 07:11 PM | Show all posts
jangan nampak f16sg aja ko ingat dia sporean, mochi baru aja lepas kick dia semalam
powerwoot Post at 12-6-2011 05:39 PM



   nick dia F15SG ...sapa lagi yang pakai kalu bukan singaporean... tapi i didnt say singaporean semua macam si F15sg nihh.. yang lain tu ok he he, tapi kalu tetiba masuk dah nak flame jek..kena tiow skit..
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 Author| Post time 25-6-2011 10:41 AM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by HangPC2 at 25-6-2011 10:46
MIG-LFI [Vityazh 2000 / Integral-2010] (1994-2000)








Shafagh


Shafaq is an advanced Light Attack/Trainer aircraft designed by the Aviation University Complex (AUC), part of the Malek Ashtar University of Technology. At the start of the program Iran received help from Russia and the aircraft was back then known as ''Integral'', Russia later backed away from this project due to several reasons and Iran carried on the project by itself and the aircraft became known as ''Shafaq''.

The Shafaq is a sub-sonic aircraft, made of radar-absorbing material. It has a large leading edge root extension (LERX) and a root aft of the wing which gives it an unusual circular sub-section. A 1/7 scale model of the Shafaq has already completed testing in the AUC's wind tunnel and pictures have already been revealed which show that a Full-scale model has already been built. The Shafaq will be built in several variants which include a Two-Seater Trainer, Two-Seater Light Attack and a One-Seater Light Attack variant. Roll-out of the first prototype is scheduled for 2008














IAMI M-ATF


The M-ATF was the original collaborated project between Iran and Russia, derived from the Integral concept. When the Russians left the program, Iran dropped the program for a simplified variation, which was later named Shafaq. This was not the end of the M-ATF, however. Suspicious were aroused when a model of the M-ATF was shown at Kish 2005 next to the Shafaq model. Now, several independent and varied sources have claimed that Iran has revived the M-ATF and is developing it independently. At the current time, however, there is no confirmation or evidence that would back such claims. More likely Iran is using features and design traits from the M-ATF in the design of the single seat fighter variant of the Shafaq. Possibly, this could result in a fused together M-ATF and Shafaq hybrid, which would not















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Post time 26-6-2011 08:05 AM | Show all posts
Awat kontot and kecik aja feter iran nih? Range sure limited, role pon as trainer and light attack ja...mcm yak-130 atau m346 letak 2 fin...legasi f5 2 fin saeqeh
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Post time 29-6-2011 12:22 PM | Show all posts
Fighter Iran cuma boleh dikategorikan sebagai kategori Gen 3 to 3.5 fighters. Propaganda je lebih.

Tapi, kalau kokak2 diorang pun boleh create a whole new fighter dari F-5, memang aku tabik spring. Klon pun klon lah, setakat boleh guna drop dumb bomb pun kira OK, sebab bagi Iran reverse engineer tu penting. Sekarang klon F-5, kalau dibuatnya klon F-14 ..... tergezut Uncle Sam & hanjeng2nya di Asia Barat!

Takpe, slow2, pelan2, janji ada asas pembangunan industri aeroangkasa ...
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 Author| Post time 2-7-2011 06:29 PM | Show all posts
First flight of Japanese ATD-X likely in 2014



By Greg Waldron


Tokyo has reaffirmed its plan for a 2014 first flight of its experimental Mitsubishi ATD-X Shinshin stealth demonstrator, while it also considers three fighters for its F-X requirement.

" The first flight of the ATD-X is scheduled in Japan fiscal year 2014, " said Japan's defence ministry.

" The ATD-X is a trial product of a high-manoeuvrability stealth aircraft adopting various state-of-the-art technologies that may be applied to future fighters, and confirm and verify the practicality and operational effectiveness of systems under various flight conditions, " said the ministry. " It is also intended for the study of air defence against stealth fighters that might be deployed in the neighbouring region in the future."

Japan unveiled the first full-sized mock-up of the ATD-X at Japan Aerospace 2008. Many observers, noting the immense costs and risks in developing an indigenous fighter, have speculated that the project was a bargaining chip to help Tokyo gain access to the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, which Washington steadfastly refused to sell to its Pacific ally.

Meanwhile, the Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet, Eurofighter Typhoon and Lockheed F-35A Lightning II are vying for the F-X requirement to replace Japan's McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantoms. Tokyo issued a long-awaited request for proposals for the deal in April.

According to Tokyo's mid-term defence programme for the years 2011-15, the Japan Air Self-Defence Force has initial plans to procure 12 aircraft, with the final number yet to be determined. At a media briefing at the Paris air show, however, Boeing said the F-X requirement is for 42 aircraft.

Boeing added that it elected to offer the Super Hornet as opposed to a variant of the F-15 because Japan seeks a diversity of fighter types. The country operates a large force of F-15Js, but was concerned about readiness in the event of a problem with a specific type of aircraft.

Under F-X, substantial parts of the aircraft selected will be produced in Japan. Both Boeing and Lockheed have a long history of industrial co-operation with Japan on fighter programmes, while Eurofighter is a newcomer. The strong diplomatic ties between the USA and Japan, and the possibility that they may one day face common threats in the form of North Korea or China, would appear to favour the US aircraft over their European rival.

Tokyo expects proposals to be submitted by the end of September. The defence ministry said it will request that funds for the F-X purchase be appropriated for FY2012, with the aim of inducting the aircraft in 2016.



Sources : http://www.flightglobal.com/



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 Author| Post time 7-12-2011 07:42 PM | Show all posts
tak sabar nak tunggu Jepun punya.....
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 Author| Post time 12-12-2011 02:23 AM | Show all posts
Edited by HangPC2 at 27-10-2018 02:41 PM

Dassault FACE Concept (Futur Avions Combat Enhancenent)








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 Author| Post time 6-1-2012 02:41 AM | Show all posts
Northrop Grumman F-X 6th Generation Fighter








Boeing F-X 6th Generation Fighter








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 Author| Post time 6-1-2012 02:44 AM | Show all posts
Lockheed Martin F-X 6th Generation Fighter (Miss February)











Lockheed Martin's 2012 calendar -- which your blogger received in the mail but casually deposited, unopened, in the trash -- contained the company's first concept design for a sixth generation fighter to succeed the F-22 after 2030.


Call her " Miss February ".


The US Air Force has already started the search for the F-X fighter to replace the F-22 after 2030. Boeing and Northrop Grumman have already revealed their concept designs. But the conceptual ideas of the USAF's sole fighter supplier had been a closely guarded mystery. Conceptual aircraft designs should not be mistaken for prototype blueprints, but they do offer some insight into the starting assumptions and philosophies.

This concept originates from our Advanced Development Programs group called the Skunk Works. The Skunk Works primary objective is to aggressively pursue next generation technology programs and conduct research and development that will allow it to rapidly respond to customer needs. U.S. 5th generation fighters are now operational with the F-22 in the USAF and F-35 soon to be operational for USAF, USN, USMC and our international partners. As with the 4th generation fighters (F-15, F-16, F-18), 5th Gen is poised for growth, and will go through a process of capability upgrades over their service lives. As such, they will be operationally relevant for decades to come. Even with that, it is time to start looking at the technologies that will provide the next quantum leap in capabilities for the next generation of fighters (IOC ~ 2030+). Simply removing the pilot from an aircraft or introducing incremental improvements in signature and range does not constitute a generational leap in capability. These improvements are already being looked at for our 5th generation fighters.
Future fighter requirements are not set and will depend on assessments of future threats that may emerge in the 2030 time frame. Greatly increased speed, longer range, extended loiter times, multi-spectral stealth, ubiquitous situation awareness, and self-healing structures and systems are some of the possible technologies we envision for the next generation of fighter aircraft. Next generation fighter capabilities will be driven by game changing technological breakthroughs in the areas of propulsion, materials, power generation, sensors, and weapons that are yet to be fully imagined. This will require another significant investment in research and development from a standpoint of both time and money. We will continue to investigate technologies that demonstrate great promise, and work closely with our customers to define the future operational concepts and requirements that the next generation of fighter aircraft must fulfill.  





Sources : http://www.flightglobal.com




Last edited by HangPC2 on 18-11-2012 09:01 AM

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 Author| Post time 22-4-2012 12:18 AM | Show all posts
XTSF (Turkish Strike Fighter Prototype)







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 Author| Post time 18-11-2012 08:43 AM | Show all posts
ACAB appointed by LIG Nex1 to develop KFX fighter radome prototype








Applied Composites AB – ACAB – has been appointed by LIG Nex1, a LIG Group company in South Korea, for the development of a prototype stealth radome for the KFX aircraft programme.


ACAB is recognized as one of the leading European suppliers of advanced composite components for military applications. Among other things, ACAB is specialized in advanced radome technology, including the latest generation stealth and low-observable technology. ACAB has supported and supplied Saab for over half a century with radome technology for the Saab fighter programmes. ACAB is the supplier of the Gripen fighter radomes.

LIG Nex1 is South Korea’s number one company on military products. LIG Nex1 is working in close collaboration with advanced global companies. LIG Nex1 is developing state-of-the-art weapon systems, including radar and surveillance systems.

The radome (radar dome) is the streamlined structural part in the nose of the aircraft which protects the radar antenna from wind and weather. It is carefully designed to withstand the mechanical loads without compromising the radar performance. In addition, it increases the survivability of the aircraft due to its sophisticated stealth features.

The KFX aircraft is intended to replace South Korea’s aging F-4 Phantom II and F-5 Tiger II aircraft. The production numbers are estimated to exceed 250 aircraft. The contract includes exploratory development and production of prototypes for an undisclosed contract value. It is still too early to determine the number of people at ACAB that will be involved in development and production.

“ We are very proud of and pleased with the contract from LIG Nex1 since it consolidates our position as world leader in radomes” says Torgny Stenholm, President of ACAB.

“ In addition, the agreement is considered to be strategically important for ACAB as the company has plans to expand within the commercial and military aerospace segments ”, he adds.




Facts on LIG Nex1 and ACAB LIG Nex1 was established in 1976 to support a self-reliant defense system for Korea. LIG Nex1 has grown into a top-caliber defense company.

ACAB, Applied Composites Aktiebolag, is a Volvo Aero company based in Linköping, Sweden. ACAB is a leading supplier of advanced composite subsystems and structural parts for aerospace and defence applications.




Sources : http://www.acab.se/






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 Author| Post time 1-12-2012 01:00 PM | Show all posts
X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS)



The X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) demonstrator successfully completed its inaugural land-based catapult launch Nov. 29 at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md.






http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHtMowd8eWc





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Post time 14-12-2012 04:35 AM | Show all posts
windof posted on 7-6-2010 07:44 PM
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gua rasa dr jv ngn indon or spore.. lebih baik kita jv dgn turkey or paki bro.. selamat skit..
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Post time 14-12-2012 07:30 AM | Show all posts
aku rasa pon..kita melabur dan berkongsi kepakaran dengan diorang adalah lebih baik dari bertindak sendirian.........
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Post time 14-12-2012 08:38 AM | Show all posts
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Ngan turki ok la pasai depa pon advance dlm bidang nih, tapi klu dgn paki tu, aku kureng sikit la pasai depa pon rely on tech china.
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