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Fighter planes - a few questions


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F-35A - Replaces to F-16 and A-10

F-35B-Replaces to F / A-18B / C and Tissue

US Navy F-35C-Switches to F / A-18B / C and A-6 in marine versions.

UK F-35C replaces British Sea Harrier

The plane is developed and funded by a large number of countries other than the United States.

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How exactly does F35 replace A10?

A10 A sub-sonic aircraft without radar, designed to destroy armor in almost face-to-face combat.

F35 alive can not maneuver properly at these heights, it will be an easy target, you can download it if some AK47 to hell.

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He will replace it because there is no budget to hold the A10

And there are no longer armored battles so it's not that important

It's obviously not a real substitute, just a practical solution when Congress thinks a bit more before approving projects

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F-35A - Replaces to F-16 and A-10

F-35B-Replaces to F / A-18B / C and Tissue

US Navy F-35C-Switches to F / A-18B / C and A-6 in marine versions.

UK F-35C replaces British Sea Harrier

The plane is developed and funded by a large number of countries other than the United States.

It is true that a joint project of uk and us is not known to me for any country project company apart from them ...

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Let me disagree with you.

In my opinion, the best plane today is the new MIG 29, the only one in the world with a portable fan that, unlike F22 and SU34 (not sure about the number of the Sue), moves not only up-down but in all directions. If you see a recording of the show at the MAKS 2005 show in Russia ... you can see what it can do. * Spoiler * This plane can stop completely vertically (with nose up !!!) in the air, and then continue flying as if nothing. It seems that physics does not work on him. Later I will try to find the exact model of the plane ...

As for the S-47: This plane is simply genius. Because of its wing structure, it has a phenomenal maneuverability, which also has a hard-to-reach fan.

There is also the SU 32 which is a bomb plane and something else (in principle its role is like that of the F15 ...), which was blessed with the aerodynamic design capability (tested in a wind tunnel, the one who said that it is impossible to compare aerodynamic performance ...) and Sukhoi's motors.

The MiG 31 is a new plane that entered two years ago or so for service, replacing the legendary 25 MiG, which the highs he broke in the 1970s lasted many years, and some of them have not been broken to this day. The new MIG is a bit slower and clumsy, but it is more advanced ...

And something about general knowledge: The Russian planes were built for battles, maneuvers, and just a flight at high altitudes, except for certain models of yak (old enough planes ... but their new one is one of the most advanced training planes in the world ...) And low-altitude battles.

American planes, again, with a few exceptions (for example, the BB, although it is a spy plane and not an assault), feel much better at low altitudes. This is because their engine requires higher oxygen pressure (not as effective as the Russians), and their aerodynamic design is not anything ...

The F16 that Israel has has upgraded systems than those of the Americans (mainly Israeli systems ...), their engine is a bit different, and they have larger fuel tanks (or there is simply an addition to the wings ...). Increasing fuel capacity would be the condition of The purchase of these aircraft ...

The biggest plane in the world is the AN 225, which was simply monstrous, aa, and Russian (more precisely, if I'm not mistaken ...)

The only good thing I have to say about the F22 - the pride of the fleet, is its evasiveness, which will help him just the first flight.

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Yes, the Mongols Nice, but they lack a multi-purpose assault plane, each role will find a MiG that is much more than anything else, but in the meantime there is no good that can perform all the functions like F16 or F35 for the future.

The Germans did wisely and bought MiGs, but right now we do not like it, because we're looking for an 1 for the entire Air Force, we can not afford to hold dozens of squadrons for any purpose. And because of the politics, even though purchasing a MiG will probably be much cheaper than the discount we get from the Americans, we will never be able to buy from them .

The Americans will simply attack the heads of everyone who signs the decision and it will be canceled within 3 minutes.

link? something?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F-35_Joint_Strike_Fighter

I might have missed a country.

In my opinion, Japan will also participate in the project or be the first to buy them, they are the country with the security budget in its second size in the world.

A little funny considering that the army they can organize is a security force for defense only, so instead of numbers they buy the most expensive things, such as reptiles and the X35; Most of them are in 11000, : screwy:.

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Yes the XM8, if I remember correctly the army is allowed to hold this soldier 1 to all 10000 residents, and have a joint defense alliance with the Americans.

But with the Chinese and the North Koreans, I do not think anyone is supervising it.

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It will not be necessary to have defense agreements.

Say, are not you tired of making stupid statements?

What would happen in a situation where someone would upset them? They sat waiting for someone from the other end of the world to gather up his strength and come to scratch their leftovers? Or would he decide that he should not even intervene?

So what are the agreements of defense ??? Does that mean they can put m on their security?

Exit the movie you live in.

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Let me disagree with you.

In my opinion, the best plane today is the new MIG 29, the only one in the world with a portable fan that, unlike F22 and SU34 (not sure about the number of the Sue), moves not only up-down but in all directions. If you see a recording of the show at the MAKS 2005 show in Russia ... you can see what it can do. * Spoiler * This plane can stop completely vertically (with nose up !!!) in the air, and then continue flying as if nothing. It seems that physics does not work on him. Later I will try to find the exact model of the plane ...

As for the S-47: This plane is simply genius. Because of its wing structure, it has a phenomenal maneuverability, which also has a hard-to-reach fan.

There is also the SU 32 which is a bomb plane and something else (in principle its role is like that of the F15 ...), which was blessed with the aerodynamic design capability (tested in a wind tunnel, the one who said that it is impossible to compare aerodynamic performance ...) and Sukhoi's motors.

The MiG 31 is a new plane that entered two years ago or so for service, replacing the legendary 25 MiG, which the highs he broke in the 1970s lasted many years, and some of them have not been broken to this day. The new MIG is a bit slower and clumsy, but it is more advanced ...

And something about general knowledge: The Russian planes were built for battles, maneuvers, and just a flight at high altitudes, except for certain models of yak (old enough planes ... but their new one is one of the most advanced training planes in the world ...) And low-altitude battles.

American planes, again, with a few exceptions (for example, the BB, although it is a spy plane and not an assault), feel much better at low altitudes. This is because their engine requires higher oxygen pressure (not as effective as the Russians), and their aerodynamic design is not anything ...

The F16 that Israel has has upgraded systems than those of the Americans (mainly Israeli systems ...), their engine is a bit different, and they have larger fuel tanks (or there is simply an addition to the wings ...). Increasing fuel capacity would be Israel's condition for the purchase of these aircraft ...

The biggest plane in the world is the AN 225, which was simply monstrous, aa, and Russian (more precisely, if I'm not mistaken ...)

The only good thing I have to say about the F22 - the pride of the fleet, is its evasiveness, which will help him just the first flight.

You're wrong, read here:http://www.iaf.org.il/Templates/Journal/Journal.In.aspx?lang=HE&folderID=465&subfolderID=467&docfolderID=470&lobbyID=50&docID=18692

And here:http://www.iaf.org.il/Templates/Journal/Journal.In.aspx?lang=HE&folderID=459&subfolderID=461&docfolderID=464&lobbyID=50&docID=18664

"Russian planners quickly came to the conclusion that they could not compete with F-22 in terms of evasiveness," Russian experts admit, "Russia is five to seven years behind the US in this area, but this estimate is quite optimistic"

For the vector management system, the situation is exactly the opposite of what you have described, F22 has full control

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Say, are not you tired of making stupid statements?

What would happen in a situation where someone would upset them? They sat waiting for someone from the other end of the world to gather up his strength and come to scratch their leftovers? Or would he decide that he should not even intervene?

So what are the agreements of defense ??? Does that mean they can put m on their security?

Exit the movie you live in.

A bit of history will not bother you that's for sure .... Why do you think that France and Britannica opened in the WW2 against Germany (a hint related to the invasion of Germany and the country of 2 countries had security agreements with her) : kopfpatsch:

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