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China's fifth generation fighter J-20

China's fifth generation fighter J-20 (Picture 1)


J-20 (English: Cheng J-20, code: Veyron, NATO code: Fire Fang) is a high stealth, high situational awareness, high mobility and other capabilities developed by China Aviation Industry Corporation of Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group. Invisible fifth-generation air fighter.

The J-20 features a single-seat double-engine, full-motion double-tailed tail, a DSI drum-inlet air intake, and a duck-type aerodynamic layout with a raised arch edge strip. The head and body are diamond-shaped, the vertical tail is inclined outward, the landing gear door is designed with a serrated edge, and the body is painted in high-gloss silver (the prototype is dark green). The side bomb cabin adopts an innovative structure, which can pre-close the missile launching pylon on the outside of the silo, and is equipped with new PL-15 and PL-21 air-to-air missiles.

J-20 is the fifth-generation heavy fighter of China used to replace J-10, J-11 and other models. It was officially established in the same year as the first flight of the fifth generation fighter F-22 Raptor in 1997. The first technical engineering verification machine It was successfully manufactured in 2009 and achieved its first flight at the Huangtianba Military Airport in Chengdu on January 11, 2011. On November 1, 2016, J-20 participated in the Zhuhai Air Show and exhibited the first two-machine flight.

On March 9, 2017, CCTV reported that the fifth-generation fighter J-20 had officially entered the Air Force sequence. On February 9, 2018, the J-20 began to install Air Force combat troops. At the same time, it means that China is the second country in the world after the United States to complete the fifth-generation fighter demonstration, design, research and development, prototype testing, stereotyped production, and final service. On November 6, 2018, the J-20 fighters were on display at the 12th Zhuhai Air Show with a new painting, new formation, and new attitude.

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