J-XY - maybe J-35 - next generation carrier-borne fighter


Deino

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It’s that Nimitz knockoff theme park.

https://baike.baidu.com/item/滨州中海航母/7486574?ivk_sa=1022817p


So the question is: Was this alleged J-35 model seen on this theme park carrier, then we better forget it ... but if it was spotted anywhere else, it could be a hint!
 

by78

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On April 30th, AVIC Guizhou Institute listed a project on the official Chinese military procurement portal. It's an R&D item for stealth coating, presumably for engine nozzles. It calls for eight examples to be constructed by Dececmber, 2022. Sharing this here because it might have something to do with the new carrier fighter project.

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Of course, AVIC Guizhou Institute is responsible for medium and low-thrust turbofan development. The image below is a publicity blurb about the institute. The underlined text says the institute is responsible for the engines for China's shipborne/carrier fighter. Again, nothing we don't already know or suspect.

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by78

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The image shows an official request for a research report. The report is to study the requirements for equipment used for inspecting and maintaining radar stealth of a certain aircraft. The report must contain (1) an analysis of the equivalent equipment used on foreign 4th-gen aircraft, and (2) preliminary guidelines on inspecting and maintaining stealth for a certain shipborne/carrier aircraft, and 3) a feasibility study on item (2).

The research report is due October, 2021.

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siegecrossbow

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The image shows an official request for a research report. The report is to study the requirements for equipment used for inspecting and maintaining radar stealth of a certain aircraft. The report must contain (1) an analysis of the equivalent equipment used on foreign 4th-gen aircraft, and (2) preliminary guidelines on inspecting and maintaining stealth for a certain shipborne/carrier aircraft, and 3) a feasibility study on item (2).

The research report is due October, 2021.

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Where is the new link for the military acquisition website? The old link is dead.
 

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