J-20 5th Generation Fighter VII


ougoah

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All the aircrafts that went into focus were very clearly J-20s. Including the last one. Operational Dark Sword wouldn't be revealed by accident on a commercial pilot's phone cam.
 

SpicySichuan

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that researcher must be such a self hating Chinese or a white worshipping c..t. Holy mother of f..ng s..t.
don't want to be sexist, but lots and lots of Chinese women are like that, especially in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Seems like fancy toys like the J-20, J-31, C919, high-speed EMUs, vaccines, etc. failed to make them proud of their country. I also wonder why these worshippers tend to come from middle class and relatively rich families as opposed to the countryside. Anyway time to get back to the topic and sorry about the casual talks.
 

Bltizo

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don't want to be sexist, but lots and lots of Chinese women are like that, especially in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Seems like fancy toys like the J-20, J-31, C919, high-speed EMUs, vaccines, etc. failed to make them proud of their country. I also wonder why these worshippers tend to come from middle class and relatively rich families as opposed to the countryside. Anyway time to get back to the topic and sorry about the casual talks.

Siege has asked you to get back on topic, but you've chosen to continue. And yes you are being rather sexist and generalizing as well.
The next time you make such inane and off topic posts, you will be banned for a month.
Frankly this isn't the first time this has happened either. A good portion of your posts are phrased either in a way that is unnecessarily aggrandizing for some particular narrative or in a way that seems deliberately open to being off topic.


This is a formal warning.
 
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banjex

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There will always be these kind of degenerate individuals in every society and country that are never satisfied with their success or stations in life. These individualists seek self promotion to the detriment of others and the country they serve. They serve no one but their own selfish desires dress up as "freedom" and "rugged individualism and the Ayn Randian philosopy of the virtues of selfishness, which the U.S. has masterfully propagandized throughout the world. Such ideal is intoxicating and liberating to a lot of people that wish to seek maximal fame, profit etc.

I just hope these self serving people would not gain the upper hand within the C.P.C. because that would guarantee petroiska and glasnot crumbling down of the country.

And that researcher must be such a self hating Chinese or a white worshipping c..t. Holy mother of f..ng s..t.

What a toxic POS comment. Mods, why isn't this deleted?
 

Inst

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I'm not saying it is but just from a glance that last one you see looks like a Dark Sword.
Take a close look. They're all J-20s; 暗剑 has a wider profile than the J-20 and a different canard alignment. Moreover, the J-20 is distinguishable by its tailbooms.
 

Inst

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Didn't I say I'm not saying it is? I said at glance it looked like a Dark Sword.

Well, Anjian and J-20 have similarities and difference. They're both canard stealth fighters, to begin with, but the Anjian lacks the double lerxes that characterize the J-20, and the J-20 has twin tailbooms the Anjian lacks. Moreover, the Anjian seems to have wider wings than the J-20, and well, the pilot pod is obvious with the J-20.

In either case, this is just a tutorial on Anjian vs J-20. IMO, the Anjian has too small a weapons bay capacity to perform for the J-20 as a "loyal wingman"-type missile escort, but it also lacks the lerxes and aerodynamic optimizations for the Anjian to function as cheap dogfight cover. The only superiority of the Anjian vs the J-20 would be in terms of cost, as the Anjian is an unmanned drone and doesn't involve putting a pilot in.
 

ougoah

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Well, Anjian and J-20 have similarities and difference. They're both canard stealth fighters, to begin with, but the Anjian lacks the double lerxes that characterize the J-20, and the J-20 has twin tailbooms the Anjian lacks. Moreover, the Anjian seems to have wider wings than the J-20, and well, the pilot pod is obvious with the J-20.

In either case, this is just a tutorial on Anjian vs J-20. IMO, the Anjian has too small a weapons bay capacity to perform for the J-20 as a "loyal wingman"-type missile escort, but it also lacks the lerxes and aerodynamic optimizations for the Anjian to function as cheap dogfight cover. The only superiority of the Anjian vs the J-20 would be in terms of cost, as the Anjian is an unmanned drone and doesn't involve putting a pilot in.

Anjian mockups make it look like the absolute largest of UCAVs. Even larger than the Russian Hunter UCAV which is undoubtedly the largest publicly known UCAV. That gives it a bigger weapons bay than even the prototyped loyal wingman UCAVs that'll be entering the USAF and USN. At the moment, we don't really know what the true size of Anjian is but since GJ-11 is no smaller (probably a big larger) than its prototype flight demonstrator, I really don't think the Anjian will be much smaller than that leaked "full-sized" mockup. Basically the same size as a midweight to heavyweight fighter just without pilot support.
 

Inst

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Anjian mockups make it look like the absolute largest of UCAVs. Even larger than the Russian Hunter UCAV which is undoubtedly the largest publicly known UCAV. That gives it a bigger weapons bay than even the prototyped loyal wingman UCAVs that'll be entering the USAF and USN. At the moment, we don't really know what the true size of Anjian is but since GJ-11 is no smaller (probably a big larger) than its prototype flight demonstrator, I really don't think the Anjian will be much smaller than that leaked "full-sized" mockup. Basically the same size as a midweight to heavyweight fighter just without pilot support.

Anjian IMO looks approximately the same size as the J-20. Anjian vs J-20 is what I've mentioned, there's a lack of rear probes. But you're right, if a J-20 doesn't look the same size as a J-20, it might be an Anjian.

That said, I attack the J-20's weapons bay as being insufficiently large (roughly the same as F-35, probably slightly deeper than F-22), so Anjian / J-20 weapons carriages would be sufficient.
 

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