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Russia unveils its first stealth fighter jet

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Russia has unveiled its new stealth fighter jet, meant to boost the country's ageing arsenal of weaponry and be a rival to the US F-22 Raptor.

The Sukhoi T-50, also called the PAK FA, made its maiden flight in Russia's far east.Test pilot Sergei Bogdan said it was "easy and comfortable to pilot".

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Can easily be found....it reeks of vodka.

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I was rather unhappy with the statement: " but also gain a significant share of the world market". When are Countries and Governments going to learn that Selling Advanced Technology to poor country's simply gives THEM better weapons to attack them in the future. Have they no concept of the "Prime Directive"! :wacko:

So how long before Iran has their F-106's replaced with this New Sukhoi T-50, i mean Russia and them are trade friends!

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didn't anyone tell russia that we have already learned how to track a stealth fighter. some guy in la in his garage figuared it out about a month after they announced our stealth fighter.

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didn't anyone tell russia that we have already learned how to track a stealth fighter. some guy in la in his garage figuared it out about a month after they announced our stealth fighter.

Its been possible to track them for years.

Look for the black spots.

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Alien Being, I guess every one just has to look up the sky "hey is those one of the Russia new stealth fighter jets". It all it takes what you said just look for the black spots! thats good one there, even though dose people can tell the difference lol.

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Its been possible to track them for years.

Look for the black spots.

yes i know the fighter has been out what 10+ years now and one month later some guy in a garage figuared out how to track them

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I'm suprised Sukhoi actually had the technology to produce such an aircraft. I would've thought Mikoyan-Gruevich (MiG) would be the primary contractor. I'm sensing a problem with most of the members on here is that it seems, according to them, Russia is not allowed a stealth fighter. There wouldn't be much point selling them to Iran because a) Iran probably would not have enough money to buy such aircraft B) If they did, they would produce it in Iran itself from parts which will be put together by someone with the IQ of a lemur and c) they will probably be given to iran twenty to thirty years in the future anyway.

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Way for Russia to catch up :blink:

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way da go Russia!....but it was probably a waste of time seeing its gonna be like what 2-3 weeks before some cinda way of taking them down easily is discoverd and that will probably be America to create that, o well better luck next time :gun:

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OK, I'll bite. this is a very advanced aircraft. Frankly, why laugh at them for taking so long? Did they really need it before now? All this disrespect is nothing more than nervous laughter from a frightened child.

Oh and they are planning on selling them. Probably to whomever can afford them. Of course they would likely give a discount to countries that don't like America.

Give them credit people. They've had to change from Communism (Socialism) to Democracy (Capitalism)or look like they have) almost overnight. for them to even have survived the past 20 years is incredible.

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Yep,

For a backward nation they sure had the western world scared stiff for many years.

(Anna Kournikova & Maria Sharapova or Venus & Serena Williams....who'd you rather?) wink2.gif

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I was rather unhappy with the statement: " but also gain a significant share of the world market". When are Countries and Governments going to learn that Selling Advanced Technology to poor country's simply gives THEM better weapons to attack them in the future. Have they no concept of the "Prime Directive"! :wacko:

So how long before Iran has their F-106's replaced with this New Sukhoi T-50, i mean Russia and them are trade friends!

F-106s? Ah, if only there were some of those still operational. The IRIAF does still have some F-4s and F-14s operational, though, in fact I think they're the only operator of the Tomcat now. That's ironic, isn't it.

Actually, I wonder if the USAF might be getting a little rusty in air combat experience, since they haven't really had any to speak of since Gulf War I (since Milosevic thought better of risking what air force he had, and Saddam buried his MiGs in the sand, and to the Taliban, an airplane is "big metal bird that go boom".)

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way da go Russia!....but it was probably a waste of time seeing its gonna be like what 2-3 weeks before some cinda way of taking them down easily is discoverd and that will probably be America to create that, o well better luck next time :gun:

Hmmm, I wouldn't be too sure. It's by no means always a simple question of overwhelming technological superiority; look no further, dare I say, than Afghanistan. And go back a few years; the Vietnamese People's Air Force Mig-17s and 19s, were several generations behind the F-4, but until the USN got around to training pilots in the lost art of air combat*, it was by no means a foregone conclusion who'd come out on top.

(*The USAF never really did get round to it.)

Way for Russia to catch up :blink:

I'm suprised Sukhoi actually had the technology to produce such an aircraft.

The Su-27 and its fellows is hardly stone age technology; the electronics and software may not be as cutting edge as a Raptor, but the Russians know how to make some pretty decent combat aircraft.

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True but now days we need not Build anything,Nobody has any money to Fuel them up much less Buy and operate them. I can just see it Now,Will it run on Bio-Fuel?

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Yep,

For a backward nation they sure had the western world scared stiff for many years.

(Anna Kournikova & Maria Sharapova or Venus & Serena Williams....who'd you rather?) wink2.gif

Hmmm - Can I try before I buy? :tu:

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Still just because they got the new piece of technology doesn't mean the pilots will know how to use it to its full potential. I can go buy me a super computer and only use it to chat on yahoo.

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True but now days we need not Build anything,Nobody has any money to Fuel them up much less Buy and operate them. I can just see it Now,Will it run on Bio-Fuel?

Well, if anyone's got the fuel, I expect Russia would.

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Finally! Aliens have finally revealed the secret of stealth to another nation other than the US.

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Still just because they got the new piece of technology doesn't mean the pilots will know how to use it to its full potential. I can go buy me a super computer and only use it to chat on yahoo.

Russian pilots are among the best in the world. Don't think they won't know how to utilize every nuance of this aircraft.

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The Russians are well known to build what they can, to buy what they can't build and to steal what they can't buy. Who in the West sold them the technology? There is only one place they could have stolen it from and that is the U.S.

They still have the best spies and America still has the most greed!

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The Russians are well known to build what they can, to buy what they can't build and to steal what they can't buy. Who in the West sold them the technology? There is only one place they could have stolen it from and that is the U.S.

They still have the best spies and America still has the most greed!

Maybe they did, right at the start of the jet aircraft development, when they got their hands on some of the German advanced projects (but then, so did the US and UK), and the British govt. kindly let them have a Rolls-Royce jet engine to have a look at, but they seem to have managed to cobble together a pretty effective range of designs of their own from that starting point.

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Maybe they found the technology on the internet. lol

www.buildyourownstealthbomber.com

Edited by Eldorado

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Never underestimate the Russians. we all take the p*** out of them since the collapse of the soviet union. but forget not, the Russians are tough as nails.

This fighter will have sent shivers down the spines of the top brass at NATO. it makes the Euro fighter look like a waste of money?

i never read the article but i believe the Indians were part of the project and put forward quite alot of money.

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I would say the Brits are a bit better than the Russians at the spy game. As for stealing technology, yes, the Soviet Union does quite allot of that. Left to their own technology they tend to live in the 60's and 70's. I've seen it first hand in how they build control panels. Most everyone used panel views and PC control while they use switches, buttons and knobs. It's a great jet but they definitely had help with it.

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