PAK FA demonstrated its flight qualities of the delegation of the Ministry of Defense of India

PAK FA demonstrated its flight qualities of the delegation of the Ministry of Defense of India



June 14, at the airport of the Flight Research Institute. M.M. Gromov in Zhukovsky near Moscow held a presentation and flight demonstration of a promising front-line aviation complex aviation (PAK FA) Indian delegation led by Secretary of Defense for Production, Deputy Minister of Defense of India R.K. Singh (RK Singh).

The Russian side was attended by the President of the United Aircraft Building Corporation (UAC), the General Director of the Sukhoi Company and RSK MiG Mikhail Pogosyan.

The Russian-Indian program to create a promising multi-role fighter (PMI) is one of the largest projects in the field of military-technical cooperation between the two countries. Implementation works are carried out on the basis of an agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Republic of India on cooperation in the development and production of a promising multi-role fighter on the basis of the 18 signed in October on 2007 in Moscow in the framework of the 7 meeting of the Russian-Indian intergovernmental commission on military-technical cooperation

In December, 2010, in the framework of the visit of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev to India, FSUE Rosoboronexport, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and Sukhoi signed a contract for the development of a draft design of the aircraft. This is the first of a series of documents governing the obligations of the parties at different stages of the program. The PMI will be developed on the basis of the PAK FA delegation of India presented today, which Sukhoi is successfully testing. Two experienced cars made about 70 flights.
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  1. DAGESTAN333 15 June 2011 12: 31 New
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    Guys, who knows? - why on our engines there is no camouflage paint coating, but on the F-22, for example, it covers almost the entire engine? Maybe in heat-resistant materials?
    1. Joker
      Joker 15 June 2011 12: 39 New
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      But why?
      1. DAGESTAN333 15 June 2011 12: 42 New
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        I also don’t see the need, but it was always interesting ...
        1. Joker
          Joker 15 June 2011 14: 56 New
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          Everything is always very utilitarian with us, no extra show-offs.
  2. pak-fa t-50
    pak-fa t-50 15 June 2011 14: 37 New
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    one f-22 will take 5 PAK FA

    that is, f-22 is 5 times higher than PAK FA no
    1. Joker
      Joker 15 June 2011 14: 55 New
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      Where does this infa come from?

      I have infa that raptor is the most expensive and unreliable toy.
      1. DAGESTAN333 15 June 2011 15: 34 New
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        Nothing, in 15 years they’ll bring it, and it will begin to fly more confidently. At the same time, they are already thinking about the 6th generation, will finish it after 45 years, and there you look, at the SU-27x the radioactive half-life will end ...
  3. pak-fa t-50
    pak-fa t-50 15 June 2011 19: 54 New
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    Joker,
    "Where does this infa come from?"



    so on the internet they said
  4. pak-fa t-50
    pak-fa t-50 15 June 2011 19: 55 New
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    Quote: Joker
    I have infa that raptor is the most expensive and unreliable toy.


    give me this info
  5. MichaelVl
    MichaelVl 15 June 2011 21: 29 New
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    And in the picture, what? Is it PAK FA or is it a Raptor?
    1. DAGESTAN333 15 June 2011 21: 50 New
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      MichaelVlYou insulted your comrades a little ... this is our PAK FA.
      1. MichaelVl
        MichaelVl 15 June 2011 22: 57 New
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        I apologize to those who insulted :) I was just worried that our people copied something (or the Americans copied something faster than we ourselves realized) :) Dagestan333, you must admit that it looks very much like that. I looked at the pictures on the internet, now I see the differences :) But they are very similar.
        1. DAGESTAN333 16 June 2011 23: 07 New
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          I agree. But Russian aerodynamics has gone far ahead.
  6. figwam 15 June 2011 21: 55 New
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    Quote: pak-fa t-50
    f-22 is 5 times higher than PAK FA

    There is no seed PAC yet, and you can compare their capabilities only in a real training battle, or God forbid just in a fight.
    For example, the SU-27 is really better than the F-15, this was demonstrated by our combat pilots, having spent uch.boys back in the 90s, where 9 out of 10 victories were ours. And officially the Pindos said that the planes are approximately equal.
    It’s no secret that the Pindos have our flying MIG-29 and SU-27, so when they started to conduct training battles with the MIG-29, his radar created such interference with the F .. radar that they not only couldn’t capture the target, but in general they became blind, and therefore destroyed. After they upgraded the radars, but they could not completely remove the interference, the detection range decreased.

    So, only real flights showed the full vulnerability of F ... to the MIGs, and if this would happen in a real collision ....

    Believe American propaganda less !!!




    Quote: DAGESTANETS333
    why on our engines there is no camouflage paint coating


    Paintwork is applied to the aircraft, not to the engine body. If the engine is completely hidden inside the fuselage, then you see paint on the entire surface of the aircraft and we have a lot of such aircraft, for example SU-24
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    When the engine is heated, as well as its removal and installation, nothing remains of the paint, so the part of the engine protruding beyond the fuselage is not painted.
    1. DAGESTAN333 16 June 2011 23: 11 New
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      thank you guys. It will be interesting to see when they install "their" engines.
  7. balder
    balder 15 June 2011 21: 59 New
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    / why on our engines there is no camouflage paint coating /

    There was infa from official sources and from air forums - the first two prototypes undergo exclusively flight tests of gliders and engines, do not have a full-time radar, weapon control systems and do not have radar absorbing cover.
    1. DAGESTAN333 16 June 2011 23: 13 New
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      Thank you.
  8. Paparacia
    Paparacia 16 June 2011 00: 55 New
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    pak-fa t-50

    give me this info --- give me, go and dig !!!
    With wax, this Pindos Raptor is wetter than wet, when it rains, its electronics start to scrub, and why there to scribble a tap dance mother dance it! rusted on some birds, and according to some information, the oxygen supply system (I don’t remember at what altitude, like 10 m - well, excuse me) finally stops working - they say that it’s because of these non-malfunctions last year that they alone and lost with the pilot! Yes, even the fact that they were not used in Libya suggests that the Pindos piss lazhanyatsya with their birds !!! in a word PENDOS !!!
  9. Paparacia
    Paparacia 16 June 2011 01: 00 New
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    Pindos Raptor as a whore - the same painted and full of holes! -Remitted swearing -...
  10. Stavr
    Stavr 16 June 2011 07: 11 New
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    If our aircraft designers and the Sharikovs from the Ministry of Defense are delayed with the adoption of this aircraft for the RA, then science will go forward so much that such an aircraft may no longer be needed. The commissioning of such an aircraft must be forced without sparing money. Already there is little in what we are ahead of the rest: on the fingers you can count. Meanwhile, there are still theoretical studies of the ionization of the air around the aircraft. If you manage to learn how to manage such an ionized medium, then this is the best protection for a flying object, since it becomes really completely invisible to radars. Unfortunately, our dumb-headed Defense Ministry does not even imagine: what enormous benefits R&D could promise in this area of ​​new plasma control developments. Apparently, this is the future of aircraft construction, i.e. when even the very appearance of the aircraft changes: it will be more like a flying saucer.
  11. Andrey A
    Andrey A 17 January 2014 13: 33 New
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_C3zPpJWYY