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Russia to Develop Su-34 Based Single-seat Attack Jet

A single-seat variant of the Su-34 bomber configured as an attack aircraft is planned to be developed, Chairman of the Russian Federation Council Defense and Security Committee Viktor Bondarev said. The Su-34 based plane will be highly maneuverable and take advantage of its eight ton of weapons load against four tons carried by the Su-25, the current single-seat fighter in ...

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China’s Has 1,700 Combat Aircraft Ready for War

The People’s Liberation Army Air Force of China and its sister branch, the PLA Naval Air Force, operate a huge fleet of around 1,700 combat aircraft—defined here as fighters, bombers and attack planes. This force is exceeded only by the 3,400 active combat aircraft of the U.S. military. Moreover, China operates a lot of different aircraft types that are not ...

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Russia’s New PAK-FA Stealth Fighter and America’s F-22 Share Same Problem

Russia has completed the first phase of government flight-testing for its Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA fifth-generation fighter. Sukhoi is expected to complete developmental work on an initial operational version of the new stealth fighter in 2019, but the current iteration of the jet will only see a limited production run. “Today is an historic event – a preliminary conclusion has been ...

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Israeli F-35 reportedly hit by Russian SA-5 Air Defense Missile

  Israeli F-35 reportedly hit by Russian SA-5 Air Defense Missile Unit, that was later bombed by Israeli fighters……………..! It looks that the Israeli “demonstration of power” during the recent visit of Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu has turned into a total failure. The army targeted the battery with four bombs and, according to the IDF, the battery was damaged ...

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Sukhoi-30 Flankers in Pakistan?

Sukhoi-30 Flankers seen at a “key” Airbase of Pakistan Air Force practising with PAF F-16 Fighting falcons. These flankers didn’t belong to Chinese Air Force also no update was issued by PAF in first place.

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