Su-57 vs. F-22: Fifth Generation Battle

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Said Aminov, a military expert and editor-in-chief of the Vestnik PVO website, compared the capabilities of two fifth-generation fighters, the Russian T-50 PAK FA and the American F-22 Raptor.



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    1. +1
      15 September 2017
      Why is the f22 so similar to the Su-57?
      Dumb Yankees can’t come up with anything themselves ?!
      1. +5
        15 September 2017
        Quote: pupsik
        Why is the f22 so similar to the Su-57?
        Dumb Yankees can’t come up with anything themselves ?!

        F-22 is also similar to SU-57, as Armata to Abrams ...
      2. +1
        15 September 2017
        They and Concord licked us and the Shuttle from Buran.
      3. +2
        15 September 2017
        still waiting for someone to say that the F-22 created earlier
        1. +2
          15 September 2017
          IMHO, first you need to finish the T-50, and then compare is not a sin;)
          1. +1
            15 September 2017
            By then f22 will be phased out as f117
    2. +1
      15 September 2017
      they are different in everything from little things to glider designs. look at what are adjacent engines with air intakes, etc. not comparable in size either.
    3. 0
      18 September 2017
      Only in Russia can they compare the prototype and the production aircraft and scream yurying we will win. I think that the Americans stopped issuing the F22 not because it was expensive, but because they realized that Russia would create an airplane of this class oh how soon. The whole story with PAK FA confirms this. Endless postponements.
      1. 0
        19 September 2017
        come to your senses. at the time of the production of f22 there was a question that a state with that name would even exist.
        F22 is just not a very successful aircraft.
    4. 0
      19 September 2017
      The stealth technology works only for radars and only for specific wavelengths in each case. But no invisibility technology for visual determination yet exists.

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