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Media: The United States did not want to transfer four core technologies to South Korea as part of the F-35 deal.

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The US government did not fulfill its promises to Lockheed Martin to transfer technology to South Korea as part of a deal to sell X-NUMX fifth-generation fighter-bombers F-40, which could be a threat to the development of their own fighters by the country, Western media reported.




"The US government has rejected the transfer of technology for security reasons," said Defense Aerospace, a South Korean official.

Four technologies are a multifunctional active phased-array antenna (AFAR) radar, a target search and tracking system with an infrared receiver, an optical aiming system and a radio frequency silencer.

In Seoul, it is reported that the rejection of the transfer of data technologies will complicate the creation of its own South Korean fighter KF-X.

In September 2014, it was reported that the Republic of Korea decided to purchase X-NUMX F-40A fighter jets in the US for 35 billion dollars. These fighters are intended to replace the outdated fleet of F-7.04 and F-4 combat aircraft of the South Korean Air Force.

It was reported that within the framework of this transaction, the American company will transfer to Seoul the technology for the production of these fighters in the 17 sectors, which will be used to create the next generation fighter.
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  1. Same lech
    Same lech 24 September 2015 06: 38 New
    16
    U.S. reluctant to transfer four core technologies to South Korea as part of F-35 deal


    Well, these are not stubborn Indians who punished the French ... Aborigines can be treated like that, especially since SOUTH KOREA is under the occupation of US troops.
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 24 September 2015 06: 49 New
      11
      Ha! Americans do not want the Koreans in aviation to create something similar to their new K2 tank.
      Is he better than abrams?
      So they are afraid that some fighter among the Koreans will come out as different from the F-35 (for the better) as K2 from the abrams. laughing
      1. Sensatus
        Sensatus 24 September 2015 08: 06 New
        +6
        I think that the technologies indicated in the article are incorrect. In fact, the main technologies that Americans will not trust anyone are as follows:

        1. How during the development period to increase the project budget several times and avoid criminal liability for robbery.
        2. How to sell to business partners a full g ... but at the price of high-end chocolate and at the same time stay in good relations.
        3. How to convince half the world that the decline in project performance as the project is implemented is exactly what was originally intended.
        4. How to make sure that a miracle is born that has stood its whole life at the airport or participated only in training pokatushki and in no way clashed with a real enemy.

        And all these AFARs and other pribludy are like cherries on the cake.
        1. supertiger21
          supertiger21 24 September 2015 10: 51 New
          +2
          In this situation, I agree with the Americans, who do not want to give the Koreans "ground" to create their 5th generation. We should behave about the same when we sell the Su-35S to the Chinese and PAK FA Indians. soldier
      2. Saburo
        Saburo 24 September 2015 08: 12 New
        +5
        Everything is much simpler. The Korean president recently attended a Chinese military parade, despite the discontent of the State Department. However, she said in an interview that China is Korea’s main economic partner in the region, etc.
        It is clear that now they will not be sold any advanced technologies. However, I am sure Koreans will be able to themselves no worse.
  2. Dimsanych
    Dimsanych 24 September 2015 06: 42 New
    +2
    Amerases realized that we need to take care of what is. Apparently nothing new has been invented yet ...
    1. vkl-47
      vkl-47 24 September 2015 07: 54 New
      -4
      F-35 is a yak 140. moreover, ours helped them make it
      1. supertiger21
        supertiger21 24 September 2015 11: 01 New
        +1
        Quote: vkl-47
        F-35 is a yak 140.


        Contrary to popular belief, this is a big misconception no ! F-35 borrowed from the Yak-141 only the design of the engine nozzles, otherwise they are completely different planes. Moreover, the F-35B modification with vertical take-off and landing is most similar to it, and the F-35A and F-35C modifications have almost no features in common with Yak. Of course, I admit that Yakovlev Design Bureau greatly assisted Lockheed Martin in creating the F-35 engine, but to say that Lightning is a copy of our Yak is very wrong!

        Quote: vkl-47
        and ours helped them make it


        Well then we don’t have to answer for all of us! This is the traitor Yeltsin sold them the documentation for the Yak-141, which they (as I wrote above) used very well ... recourse
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        2. Mera joota
          Mera joota 24 September 2015 13: 25 New
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          Quote: supertiger21
          F-35 borrowed from the Yak-141 only the design of the engine nozzles

          And what did Yakovlev Design Bureau have to do with the rotary assembly of the engine nozzle, if it was the development of Mikulino engineers?
          Can you prove that the rotary nozzle on the F-35 is from the Yak-141, and not from the Convair Model 200?
          1. supertiger21
            supertiger21 24 September 2015 15: 53 New
            0
            Quote: Mera Joota
            And what did Yakovlev Design Bureau have to do with the rotary assembly of the engine nozzle, if it was the development of Mikulino engineers?


            I don’t understand what are you trying to say?

            Quote: Mera Joota
            Can you prove that the rotary nozzle on the F-35 is from the Yak-141, and not from the Convair Model 200?


            With what way should I prove what I did not say. Carefully read my post above.
            1. Mera joota
              Mera joota 25 September 2015 05: 55 New
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              Quote: supertiger21
              I don’t understand what are you trying to say?

              The fact that the Yakovlev Design Bureau was mediocre in relation to this mechanism was carried out by the AMNTK Soyuz, the former Mikulin Design Bureau, respectively, respectively, all the rights to the rotary knot at the AMNTK Soyuz, and if Lockheed Martin were interested in this node, they would communicate with them, and not with Yakovlevites.
              1. supertiger21
                supertiger21 25 September 2015 10: 40 New
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                Quote: Mera Joota
                The fact that the Yakovlev Design Bureau was mediocre in relation to this mechanism was carried out by the AMNTK Soyuz, the former Mikulin Design Bureau, respectively, respectively, all the rights to the rotary knot at the AMNTK Soyuz, and if Lockheed Martin were interested in this node, they would communicate with them, and not with Yakovlevites.


                Nevertheless, the fact that the Yakovtsi sold the documentation to Lockheed Martin on the Yak-141 is, and it is foolish to say that the Americans did not use it. no
  3. Basarev
    Basarev 24 September 2015 06: 42 New
    +4
    Look, the thing is ... South Korea is not North and has commensurate technologies. Sooner or later, KF-X will be created. And such a kidalovo Koreans will not forgive.
    1. spech
      spech 24 September 2015 07: 05 New
      +5
      And such a kidalovo Koreans will not forgive.

      but is there enough spirit now to send the mattresses with their 35th?
    2. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 24 September 2015 07: 06 New
      +4
      Quote: Basarev
      And such a kidalovo Koreans will not forgive.

      They will forgive, they forgive everyone, and they will forgive. yes
  4. inkass_98
    inkass_98 24 September 2015 06: 44 New
    +2
    Yes, let them turn, we will help in the framework of export models of weapons :). Just let our aircraft buy.
    I don’t think that Koreans will come up with such systems; in extreme cases, they will help their own in the States - no one has canceled industrial espionage, even within the framework of the alliance. Someone regularly fights.
  5. Penetrator
    Penetrator 24 September 2015 06: 44 New
    +7
    Maybe there’s nothing to transmit there, besides show off ...
  6. silver169
    silver169 24 September 2015 06: 47 New
    +3
    Isn’t it easier for Koreans to turn to Russia for the sale of modern fighters? If not generation 5, then generation 4+ is just what Russia has long been offering foreign customers. And cheaper than the amers will come out and generally less trouble.
    1. Voha_krim
      Voha_krim 24 September 2015 06: 54 New
      +5
      Quote: silver169
      Isn’t it easier for Koreans to turn to Russia for the sale of modern fighters? If not generation 5, then generation 4+ is just what Russia has long been offering foreign customers. And cheaper than the amers will come out and generally less trouble.

      Will not work. Firstly, there are completely NATO standards. And secondly - the Americans themselves will not let them do it, even if the Koreans want to.
    2. supertiger21
      supertiger21 24 September 2015 11: 07 New
      0
      Quote: silver169
      Isn’t it easier for Koreans to turn to Russia for the sale of modern fighters? If not generation 5, then generation 4+ is just what Russia has long been offering foreign customers. And cheaper than the amers will come out and generally less trouble.


      It is possible, but it has some risk! Where is the guarantee that our MiG or Su the next day will not be at the test site somewhere in the desert of Arizona or Texas. request
  7. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 24 September 2015 06: 49 New
    +3
    American government did not fulfill his promises

    It seems to me that the Koreans were surprised for the formality and quietly shut up. This is not the first time the American government has “thrown” its allies, so it’s time for these allies to get used to this established rule.
  8. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 24 September 2015 06: 51 New
    +5
    The technology is serious. With the talent and industriousness of the Koreans, they really can, with their use, create their own fighter very good. Why are mattresses competitors?
    1. Voha_krim
      Voha_krim 24 September 2015 07: 04 New
      +1
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      With the talent and industriousness of the Koreans, they really can ... create their own fighter is very good.

      Do they need him? Change will be F-4 and F-5! Technique of the 60s!
  9. Vityok
    Vityok 24 September 2015 07: 08 New
    +2
    It’s not the first time the Yankees get used to their “allies”, why do they need competitors request
  10. koksalek
    koksalek 24 September 2015 07: 23 New
    +1
    Kidalovo from the Americans - this is their trick in what they succeeded!
  11. oberon 1
    oberon 1 24 September 2015 07: 32 New
    +1
    Why do Koreans need 40 somolets? There are a little more than 150 units of them.
    1. supertiger21
      supertiger21 24 September 2015 11: 09 New
      0
      Quote: oberon 1
      Why do Koreans need 40 somolets? There are a little more than 150 units of them.


      This is for now, and according to the plan it is planned to produce up to 2800-3100 units.
  12. NEXUS
    NEXUS 24 September 2015 07: 54 New
    +1
    They do not want to share technology even with the allies ... That is, once again they show who and what for the amers the allies.
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    2. Mera joota
      Mera joota 24 September 2015 13: 34 New
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      Quote: NEXUS
      They do not want to share technology even with the allies ... That is, once again they show who and what for the amers the allies.

      Mmmmm .... why should they share? Ours still haven’t shared anything with the Indians on FGFA ...
      If you look into the past, the facts of the transfer of their advanced technologies by the Americans are not very many ...
  13. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 24 September 2015 08: 12 New
    0
    If you do not get attached to combat qualities, then the F-35 is a divorce. How can you operate a machine yourself if you don’t have access to its systems. Access was granted to Israel (taught by bitter experience) and Britain.
    In other cases, if, for example, Turkey decides to fight against an enemy that is not approved by the United States, the car will not work (it can be turned off remotely). You don’t even have to wait until spare parts are needed. Well this is crap! How can you be armed with equipment that is not controlled by you? Moreover, the F-35 immediately replaces the news fleet and, for example, there is no more fighter to protect its sky! It turns out that 90% of NATO countries have been deprived of the right to independent action.
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 24 September 2015 08: 40 New
      +2
      "How can you operate a machine yourself if you don’t have access to its systems." ///

      You can operate perfectly. You operate a car without a clue
      how does the comp work. and other systems.
      Another thing if you want to install a gearbox on your car more
      cool, for example. And the manufacturer will send you to ... although some uncle Vasya the nugget will be able to remake the car in his garage.
      So it is with aviation. Israel and England usually receive a software code for remaking combat aircraft for their avionics and weapons. But Americans do not give such options to other clients.
    2. voronbel53
      voronbel53 24 September 2015 08: 54 New
      +2
      Quote: Zaurbek
      It turns out that 90% of NATO countries have been deprived of the right to independent action.

      Most of the NATO countries are American vassals, they should always be kept on a short leash so that they do not make independent body movements and often look into their master’s mouth in anticipation of any commands or encouragement ...
  14. roskot
    roskot 24 September 2015 08: 46 New
    +1
    Allies are allies, and tobacco apart. Koreans are cunning people, they’ll come up with their own. At worst, copy.
  15. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 24 September 2015 10: 17 New
    -1
    It's not a modification. So you bought a car. The manufacturer allowed you to travel around Russia, and you decided to go to the Crimea. The car on the ferry stalled and that's all ... Even with the F-16 this was not.
  16. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 24 September 2015 10: 29 New
    0
    And you will not be able to modify the plane to prevent this from happening, because no codes. What are the benefits of buying a cheap airplane? In the place of Norway, I would buy Rafal. It is more universal, and as a fighter wealthier, they will give codes.
    1. supertiger21
      supertiger21 24 September 2015 11: 17 New
      +1
      Quote: Zaurbek
      In the place of Norway, I would buy Rafal. It is more universal, and as a fighter wealthier, they will give codes.


      Rafal surpasses Lightning in speed, maneuverability and combat load, but inferior in avionics and stealth technology.
  17. Aaron Zawi
    Aaron Zawi 24 September 2015 10: 37 New
    0
    Quote: Zaurbek
    And you will not be able to modify the plane to prevent this from happening, because no codes. What are the benefits of buying a cheap airplane? In the place of Norway, I would buy Rafal. It is more universal, and as a fighter wealthier, they will give codes.

    Late.
    TSAMTO, 23 of September. Lockheed Martin Corporation announced the 22 event at the Fort Worth facility in September to roll out the first F-35A Lightning-2 fighter ordered by the Norwegian Air Force.
    The plane at the end of August was sent from the assembly shop to paint, where a special coating was applied to the fuselage, providing low radar visibility.
    In the near future, the fighter, designated AM-1, will undergo a series of ground tests before the first flight. AM-1 is the first of four F-35, which are currently under construction for the Norwegian Air Force. By the end of this year, the AM-1 and the second aircraft for the Norwegian Air Force, AM-2, will be sent to the Luke airbase (Arizona), where they will join the aircraft used in the F-35 international pilot training program. Two more F-35A, which, like the first pair, will be used to train Norwegian pilots at the Luke base, should be delivered in 2016 year.
    As TSAMTO previously reported, Norway joined the F-35 program as a partner at the 3 level during the project development and demonstration (SDD) stage. In November 2008 of the year, the Norwegian Ministry of Defense announced the selection of the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning-2 multi-role fighter as the winner of the tender for the supply of new generation fighters for the country's air force designed to replace the outdated 57 F-16. Ultimately, the Norwegian Ministry of Defense plans to acquire up to 52 the new F-35A.
    Currently, the acquisition of 22 aircraft for the Norwegian Air Force has been approved. The Norwegian parliament approved the financing of the purchase of the first four F-35A in July 2011 of the year. The Norwegian MO announced 35 on June 2 of the year after the United States made a positive decision regarding the integration of the JSM rocket fighter on board (it will be integrated into the Block.15 version of the aircraft) about the placement of the order for the delivery of the first two F-2012A Lightning-4. During the 2013 year, the Norwegian parliament approved the acquisition of two more parties of six fighters. Fighters of the third and fourth parties will be delivered in 2017-2018. Six more aircraft will be handed over to the Norwegian Air Force in the 2019 year. The Norwegian Air Force plans to announce the initial readiness of the F-35A for combat use in the 2020 year and complete readiness for combat use in the 2025 year.
    The Norwegian Air Force F-35A aircraft will be equipped with a brake parachute placed in a container in the rear of the fuselage. This will allow more reliable braking on icy runways in winter conditions.
    Norway plans to deploy F-35A at ​​Orland Airbase (in central Norway).
    1. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 24 September 2015 13: 04 New
      0
      And Israel considered something different from F 35?
    2. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 24 September 2015 13: 04 New
      0
      And Israel considered something different from F 35?
  18. Vadim12
    Vadim12 24 September 2015 11: 47 New
    -2
    Vassals are not supposed to supply advanced technology, it’s time for Korea and the other six to firmly grasp this. "Allies" - this is only on paper, in fact - cannon fodder to defend the interests of the owner.
  19. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 24 September 2015 13: 05 New
    0
    And cheap and cheerful - Grippen!
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    2. Mera joota
      Mera joota 24 September 2015 13: 39 New
      -1
      Quote: Zaurbek
      And cheap and cheerful - Grippen!

      Quite a budget. Only Koreans, having a lot of money, are free to choose from the good and the best. Well, they chose the best.
      You are right that in the confrontation with the DPRK aviation, Grippen would be enough for the eyes. Yes, and existing aviation would be enough, the main thing is to hold out for a couple of days, and then the jet will run out of jet fuel and its falcons will only have to do that to draw wall newspapers in which they smash the enemy in packs ...
  20. Resistance
    Resistance 24 September 2015 17: 05 New
    0
    Quote: koksalek
    Kidalovo from the Americans - this is their trick in what they succeeded!

    So they also deceived the Germans (with a gun) during the development of Abrams-Leopard