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Fighter planes - a few questions


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The F-16 is more of a long-range attack aircraft capable of self-defense. This is one of the goals that the Air Force decided to buy another F-16I instead of the F-15I - quite similar performance in air battles, quality systems for the 2 aircraft and a much much cheaper price for the F-16.

In general, US and Israeli air forces are built on the qualitative component of the quantitative component, and until now it was mainly F-16 and F-15, with the nose 16 as the quantitative component and the nose 15 is the qualitative component.

This will be the case in the future when the nose 22 will be the qualitative component and JSF the quantitative component.

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According to what I remember, a few years ago there was a competition between two companies (apparently Boeing and Lockheed Martin) on the next plane of United States.

There were plans on the planes in National Geographic, and Discovery.

According to the plans, the two planes had the ability to land and the mirror vertically, and both had excellent maneuverability.

I already know that the JSF won, but I do not remember who the second plane was, and why the JSF won the tender.

And also which company belonged to each of the planes.

I would be grateful for your reply, thanks in advance. :)

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The JSF was the overall name of the program

Boeing had the X32 for Lockheed Martin was the X35

The main reason for winning the X35 was the ability to take off from a short track, move to the ultrasonic without a burner and land vertically in one flight, which Boeing failed to perform until the date of the tender

Their plane managed to land vertically only when they were stripped of some parts that were essential for a supersonic flight without a burner

When X35 was awarded his name changed to F35

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You call Flyby Bay Ware, the biggest advance ever made in flying, "Pizzar" ??!?!

You've overstepped it ... it's not exactly the "biggest progress" ... it's a sophisticated autopilot (as I understood), with very high accuracy and stability on the flight ... but it could very well be that I miss something ... On it was some 6 years ago ...

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Well I do not really understand much except the famous saying is that our air force is one of the best in the world ...

Well then I ask only about us what air force of Compared to the armies of the rabbi.

And what is the gap between us and the American-Russian-British etc.?

A fighter pilot once answered this answer, so: Russian pilots fly something like 20-30 hours a year that's really not enough for anything,

They have some great pilots who show up in the air shows and that's it, the rest are not really serious.

Americans are good pilots but they have so many pilots that there are ranging from good to superb,

To the question of who is better at comparing their best to ours, he said it was difficult to decide.

To the fact that the Russian planes are more reliable, so it's not exactly the credibility that keeps them in the air, there's simply no money for treatments so they just fly until something breaks,

They sell flights to the general public to have money for maintenance, and do not forget that they are much less sophisticated so there are fewer things that go wrong.

The MIG 29 competes with F15 rather than F16.

The US Army simulated between MIG29 and F15, it checked how often there was interception at a given time per plane, according to the paper data (manufacturers' statements).

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You're really not in Zion

Fly Bay Ware actually says that the joystick is not physically attached to the wings by a mechanical or hydraulic system, but by electronic equipment connected to electric motors

This basically allows everyone to be a pilot because it does not have to be particularly strong to fly the plane. It is more reliable and more stable and allows options that were not thought of before such as fine corrections for flight without moving the joystick

Fly Bay Vair is what makes it possible to fly all the giants of the sky today, ask any jumbo pilot and he will tell you it's like flying a scene

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A fighter pilot once answered this answer, so: Russian pilots fly something like 20-30 hours a year that's really not enough for anything,

They have some great pilots who show up in the air shows and that's it, the rest are not really serious.

Americans are good pilots but they have so many pilots that there are ranging from good to superb,

To the question of who is better at comparing their best to ours, he said it was difficult to decide.

To the fact that the Russian planes are more reliable, so it's not exactly the credibility that keeps them in the air, there's simply no money for treatments so they just fly until something breaks,

They sell flights to the general public to have money for maintenance, and do not forget that they are much less sophisticated so there are fewer things that go wrong.

The MIG 29 competes with F15 rather than F16.

The US Army simulated between MIG29 and F15, it checked how often there was interception at a given time per plane, according to the paper data (manufacturers' statements).

Where did you get that Russian pilots are in 20-30 hours in the air? Are you aware that it does not even sound believable? My father was in the air force in Russia and he told me that they were going through several hundred hours a year ...

You're really not in Zion

Fly Bay Ware actually says that the joystick is not physically attached to the wings by a mechanical or hydraulic system, but by electronic equipment connected to electric motors

This basically allows everyone to be a pilot because it does not have to be particularly strong to fly the plane. It is more reliable and more stable and allows options that were not thought of before such as fine corrections for flight without moving the joystick

Fly Bay Vair is what makes it possible to fly all the giants of the sky today, ask any jumbo pilot and he will tell you it's like flying a scene

Just what I said;

Listen, that was something they had to invent some stage ... It was Important, but not really "inventing the century" ...

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^^^

In fact, FBW is a system in which a computer flies the plane and the pilot only transmits commands to the computer (just like a PC joystick) and if the computer thinks that the command can be performed within the limits set for it, then it will do so.

And now the basic argument - there is a problem comparing Various fires designed for different missions

As you know, "someone" usually invites a plane in a tender and gives certain requirements - for example, an air force plane for air supremacy or a multi-mission aircraft for any weather for the air force.

According to the requirements, a number of prototypes are planned, and then we decide who to manufacture.

The F-14 was commissioned by USAF, the US Air Force at the end of the 60 (yes yes) and in 1972 the first planes were launched. The mission was a plane for aerial superiority, that is, a fall professional. Of course, the F-15I created in the 2000 contains new and newer equipment and newer and stronger engines than the 70, but it is still an old airplane with an outdated design - but it still has strength in its waist and is now the spearhead of the Israeli air force. The F-15 is the same (Sometimes more than what the manufacturer intended) and proved to have great survivability and very good flight characteristics, and also suitable for assault missions.

The first F16 was announced in 1979, which means 70 design (ie, a decade after the F-15), and the aircraft was designed for basic multitasking - readability, assault, aerial superiority and ground forces. You have to understand that naturally a plane can not be good at all, so the F-16 is not as good as the F-15 in air battles but very close to it. The F-16 has also been proven to be a reliable and successful aircraft.

The models A, C are single-seater and B, D are two-seater and are designed for assault (and training).

Again, the new models contain many new components and improvements but still the aircraft is mature.

The F-22 is designed in the 90 and is designed to be manufactured up to 2013, a new aircraft designed to replace the aging F-15. I did not fly in F-22 (and in fact not even in others) but if I had to bet I would put the money on F-22 in air battles.

Again, this is about Different from different generations and the comparison is a bit problematic.

Still F15I and F16 C, D, I are the backbone of our CFS for the years to come.

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Where did you get that Russian pilots are in 20-30 hours in the air? Are you aware that it does not even sound believable? My father was in the air force in Russia and he told me that they were going through several hundred hours a year ... Just what I said;

Listen, that was something they had to invent some stage ... It was Important, but not really "inventing the century" ...

I am talking about the present and not the past

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"Did they have to invent it?" Which of these arguments?

This is the biggest development in the field of aviation point

Without it you can not do tricks in a high G without being a Superman, the joystick will just tear from your hand

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"Did they have to invent it?" Which of these arguments?

This is the biggest development in the field of aviation point

Without it you can not do tricks in a high G without being a Superman, the joystick will just tear from your hand

Again, there is no doubt that this is an important development, but it is not much more important than means of night vision or systems ...

I am talking about the present and not the past

Even today it does not make sense that a pilot with 30 annual flight hours will be responsible for the protection of a particular country ... Even Arabs are flying more ...

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The Jewish pilots were no better because of the excellent Jewish kindergarten, we simply practiced much more.

In any case in recent years our air force started to train like the air forces of all Western countries and level accordingly, we are at the level of all the Western air forces, in the past we were much better than the rest that we practiced much more.

The reasons are that you train a lot and have complex training: 1. Losing . 2. It costs a lot of money. 3. War is not expected soon.

In terms of numbers, a pilot in the Western Air Force will assume that 100-200 flies annual hours, once in Israel they would reach 350, today like everyone else ...

As for Meij, what I understood was faster and Ponyom better, but the advantage is technology and radar, missiles and all things. Technology is more advanced then they win in the end, correct me if I'm wrong.

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Not Jewish pilots but Israeli pilots and they are good simply because our selection process is different from the rest of the world,

Only the healthiest and the smartest are finished (of course there are a few more features required but this is the basis)

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Not Jewish pilots but Israeli pilots and they are good simply because our selection process is different from the rest of the world,

Only the healthiest and the smartest are finished (of course there are a few more features required but this is the basis)

The difference is that you can not "get" a flight on f-16 unless you are suitable at a very young age by the army to be a pilot,

In the United States you can volunteer for the Air Force, which, according to what I know, is impossible here - again only if you are suitable ...

And in general crazy sorties that only a person close to perfection passes ...

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