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Discussion in 'Air Force' started by delft, Jan 9, 2013.
Screen captures of Z-20s taking off.
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Weapons are meant to be used, not meant to be a thing to brag about.
不管黑猫白猫，能抓老鼠就是好猫。Black cat or white cat, a cat that catches the mouse is a good cat.
National defense is a matter of life and death for our people. As long as it serves that purpose well, I don't care by which mean it does its job.
So it seems as if the PLA Army Aviation aerial demonstration team has also received some Z-20s.
(Image via @TEDAER and @DS谁明浪子心 from Weibo)
China’s Z-20 chopper features fly-by-wire
"“The handling of the Z-20 is more sensitive, as it is China’s first domestically made helicopter to use a fly-by-wire control system,” Z-20 pilot Song Xinning told China Central Television (CCTV)."
[Does this imply that Z-10 does not use a fly-by-wire control system?]
"The Black Hawk, a US utility helicopter with which the 10-ton Z-20 is often compared (some even call the Z-20 “the Copy Hawk”), also saw an experimental fly-by-wire retrofit in June, which enabled the chopper to become optionally piloted, according to a statement released in June on the website of Lockheed Martin, parent company of Black Hawk maker Sikorsky."
All images are high-resolution. A couple of these had been shared before, but in lower resolutions.
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More high-resolution images from the Helicopter Expo being held in Tianjin.
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