China's J-20 stealth fighter aircraft marks the 10th anniversary of its first flight.
Monday marked the 10th anniversary of the สล็อตออนไลน์ first flight of China's J-20 stealth fighter jet, which successfully landed at a test base in southwest China after 18 minutes of flight.Since then, the fourth generation of fighter aircraft in which China has intellectual property rights. In the sole, many prototypes were tested.The J-20 made its first public appearance in November 2016 when two jets flew in procession during the China International Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, also known as the Zhuhai Airshow.On February 9, 2018, the People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) formally assigned the J-20 to military service.
Analysts said at the time, compared to other fourth-generation fighters, the J-20 had a clear advantage in research, development and testing.It participates in air warfare training with the J-16, J-10C and other fighter jets, which improves the overall combat strength of the Air Force, according to the PLAAF.In May of that year, the J-20 participated in the first ocean combat training.Half a year later, the plane made its appearance again at the Zhuhai Airshow, flying in a four-plane format for the first time in public.According to various sources, the fourth generation stealth fighter was equipped with the Russian AL-31 engine for the first time. But the latest signs show that this is changing.
In a recent video released by the PLAAF for the J-20 pilot recruitment program, the fighter was equipped with China's locally developed WS-10C engine.There are also computer-generated images of the four twin-seat J-20s in a video released by Aviation Industry Corporation of China, the aircraft developer.According to the Global Times, this is the first time an official press source has featured such a format.Military analysts said the new signs showed the J-20 was moving towards higher levels, making the job more complex. They said the domestic engine would be able to produce a large number of fighter aircraft with no limit on the number of imported engines.