Isaykin: MiG-35 have great potential and can be brought to the level of the fifth generation

The export potential of Russian MiG fighters is very large, for example, the MiG-35 can be increased over time to the level of the 5 generation, reports RIA News statement by the head of Rosoboronexport, Anatoly Isaikin.




“There are promising models in this brand, for example, the MiG-35. There are prospects for its development to the level of the “light” fifth generation, therefore it has a very large export potential. ”- Isaykin told reporters.

According to the developers, “MiG-35 is a new combat aviation the complex, the fifth-generation information and aiming systems are integrated into the on-board electronic equipment ”. A multifunctional aircraft is capable of using high-precision ammunition for any purpose, as well as performing a number of functions that were previously assigned only to reconnaissance vehicles.
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  1. Vladimyrych 27 October 2015 18: 21 New
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    You your division! Again the "export potential" !!! Think first of your own Army and Navy, and then gurgle until the liver breaks. That China, then India, then do not understand who. What strategic technologies are you selling? After all, one cannot promise that tomorrow neither China nor India will side with the Anglo-Saxons or start their own party against Russia. And the top sells so sensitive technology that you wonder. Idiocy just rolls over.

    Quote: iConst
    Quote: Vladimir
    Think first about your own Army and Navy
    - If the Russian Aerospace Forces are not interested in this aircraft?

    I’m talking not only and not so much about the MIG-35. Wherever you stick everywhere this bestial slogan is "export potential."
    1. iConst 27 October 2015 18: 27 New
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      Quote: Vladimir
      Think first about your own Army and Navy
      - If the Russian Aerospace Forces are not interested in this aircraft?
      1. veksha50 27 October 2015 20: 23 New
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        Quote: iConst
        - If the Russian Aerospace Forces are not interested in this aircraft?



        The Russian Aerospace Forces (more precisely, its leadership) stupidly ran into the development of heavy fighters, not understanding the banal thing: we need - and desperately - both heavy and light ...

        Such a strange approach does not even border on stupidity, but on something worse ...
        1. gridasov 27 October 2015 20: 38 New
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          In this emphasis, it is obvious that the leadership does not have a complete systematic understanding of the ambiguity of the diverse fleet of aircraft. However, here is the problem of the technological order. For such a park, banal simple methods of scale are needed. In other words, on one technology, you need to create a scale of aircraft models. Therefore, it must be understood that the problem lies deep in the question of creating engines for different scales of "lightness" of airplanes. And engines that are complicated in production do not allow either production or support of such different engines.
        2. iConst 27 October 2015 21: 01 New
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          Quote: veksha50
          The Russian Aerospace Forces (more precisely, its leadership) stupidly ran into the development of heavy fighters, not understanding the banal thing: we need - and desperately - both heavy and light ...

          Such a strange approach does not even border on stupidity, but on something worse ...
          - To check the correctness of the concept of development of the armed forces, we need (as it does not sound cynical) "running" tests of these same armed forces.

          Concerning heavy and light, as well as other classes of combat aircraft - attack aircraft, front-line bombers, "strategists", etc., there should be a clear understanding of possible threats and methods to counter these threats.

          Wishlist of the military always come up against harsh reality - the capabilities of the military-industrial complex and the country's resources.

          So far, many believe that with a ratio of one F-35 (at a price) for 10 4 ++ aircraft, these 10 will still win in the battle, although there will be two after that.
          And so it is everywhere.
          1. demel2 30 October 2015 17: 41 New
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            Quote: iConst

            So far, many believe that with a ratio of one F-35 (at a price) for 10 4 ++ aircraft, these 10 will still win in the battle, although there will be two after that.
            And so it is everywhere.

            Not a correct comparison. Where to get so many pilots? Horseradish with them with pieces of iron, the lives of pilots are much more important.
        3. Velikoruss 27 October 2015 21: 51 New
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          Quote: veksha50
          The Russian Aerospace Forces (more precisely, its leadership) stupidly ran into the development of heavy fighters, not understanding the banal thing: we need - both desperately - both heavy and light ... Such a strange approach does not even border on stupidity, but on something worse .. .

          Unfortunately, lobbying even in Soviet times often influenced decision-making more than pragmatism and expediency for the state. And about the "now" and tired of talking
        4. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 27 October 2015 22: 14 New
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          Quote: veksha50
          The Russian Aerospace Forces (more precisely, its leadership) stupidly ran into the development of heavy fighters, not understanding the banal thing: we need - and desperately - both heavy and light ...

          The Russian Aerospace Forces would have long formed an order for the MiG-35 if it had been. But he is not - there is a demonstrator with unfinished equipment (for example, AFAR). And how long it will take to fine-tune is extremely difficult to say.
          1. tomket 27 October 2015 22: 50 New
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            Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
            The Russian Aerospace Forces would have long formed an order for the MiG-35 if it had been. But he is not - there is a demonstrator with unfinished equipment (for example, AFAR). And how long it will take to fine-tune is extremely difficult to say.

            Well, not tired of stupid writing? MiG-35 is identical to MiG-29CUB. They will bring AFAR, it will be with AFAR. What are you in one word that rested on the horn? The Americans f-16 with AFAR and without it flies beautifully.
            1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 28 October 2015 11: 17 New
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              Quote: tomket
              Well, not tired of stupid writing? The MiG-35 is identical to the MiG-29KUB.

              You would have less expression :) I certainly understand that in the designations of the MiG the devil himself will break his leg, but this is not a reason to be rude.
              The MiG-29KUB (9-47) is a two-seat analogue of the deck MiG-29K (9-41). But not the MiG-29K, the development of which was abandoned in 1991 (9-31), but the one that was delivered to the Indians along with Vikramaditya.
              In parallel with the MiG-29K (9-31), whose history ended in 1991, the MiG-29M (9-15) was created. He lived already a year longer than the MiG-29K (9-31) - the state interrupted him in 1992. Later they tried to develop it (MiG-29M2)
              Despite the greater unification of the MiG-29K / KUB and MiG-29M / M2, these are still different aircraft. And the MiG-35 is a development of this family
              Single MiG-35 and double MiG-35D are multipurpose fighters of the 4 ++ generation, representing the further development of MiG-29K / KUB and MiG-29M / M2 combat aircraft in the direction of increasing combat efficiency and universality, as well as improving operational characteristics.

              (taken from the RSK MiG website http://www.migavia.ru/index.php/ru/produktsiya/novoe-unifitsirovannoe-semejstvo-

              istrebitelej / mig-35-mig-35)
              Thus, the MiG-35 is not identical to the KUB, this is its development
              So, for example, as I understand it, the RD-33MK engine was installed on the KUB, the Mi-35 is equipped with the same RD-33MK, but with an advanced control system, etc.
        5. dauria 27 October 2015 23: 45 New
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          The Russian Aerospace Forces (more precisely, its leadership) stupidly ran into the development of heavy fighters, not understanding the banal thing: we need - and desperately - both heavy and light ...


          The MIG designers did not understand the commonplace thing — the Americans had a pair of F-15 and F-16 from the very beginning under the SAME Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-100 engine then 110. Because of this, both planes are getting cheaper, especially in operation- and 2- x and single engine.
          Now F-22 and F-35- under the SAME Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-119 engine (then 135)

          if you need a light one (but is it necessary? unless to sell), then only a cheap single-engine with an engine from PAK-fa. (A Mig-29 (35) continue to procrastinate to nothing)
          For me, both a fighter and a strike aircraft should be done on the same PAK-FA platform. (similar to Su-30 Su-34)
          1. tomket 28 October 2015 00: 00 New
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            Quote: dauria
            it’s only a cheap single-engine engine from PAK-fa.

            Then the French and Europeans sawed off twin-engine aircraft, which give crowing "raptor".
          2. seos 29 October 2015 21: 16 New
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            engines are not expensive, 2 engines per mig-29 are not much more expensive than 1st su-27
        6. NEXUS 28 October 2015 09: 38 New
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          Quote: veksha50
          The Russian Aerospace Forces (more precisely, its leadership) stupidly ran into the development of heavy fighters, not understanding the banal thing: we need - and desperately - both heavy and light ...

          Mig-35 is a good machine, but still a deep modernization on the 29th. Mikoyanovtsy are working (though on a personal initiative) on the 5th generation LFI by raising documents on MIG-1.44. And the army, I think, will not go MIG-35, namely A new machine, not a modernized fighter.
        7. DEfindER 29 October 2015 15: 25 New
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          Quote: veksha50
          Such a strange approach does not even border on stupidity, but on something worse ...

          I completely agree! They not only forgot that light fighters are needed (in NATO, for example, F-35 is being actively introduced), but also trivial about the competition of different design bureaus. There is such competition all over the world, in the states, for example lockheed and Boeing, in the USSR in general 4 KB competed .. In our case, Sukhoi, knowing that his planes will buy in any case, will not try to surpass anyone, and we may lose our legendary light fighter. I'm afraid Mig will have to work with the Chinese to survive ..
        8. Genry 29 October 2015 22: 40 New
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          Quote: veksha50
          The Russian Aerospace Forces (more precisely, its leadership) stupidly ran into the development of heavy fighters, not understanding the banal thing: we need - and desperately - both heavy and light ...

          Russian Aerospace Forces light fighter is not needed. With its short range, and with the capabilities of modern Russian air defense, all these light fighters will only be in vain occupy a place at the airport.
          The heavy SU-27 family and its development are designed to accompany bomber aircraft and have a comparable range.
      2. Prapor-527 27 October 2015 22: 38 New
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        Quote: iConst
        Quote: Vladimir
        Think first about your own Army and Navy
        - If the Russian Aerospace Forces are not interested in this aircraft?

        That's it! Your mother ... When will they remember the MiG?
      3. GSH-18 27 October 2015 22: 40 New
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        Isaikin: MiG-35 have great potential and can be brought up to fifth generation

        Isaikin thinks that everything around is quiet ?? And he is one so clever that he can fool everyone into this ?! angry
        To "bring" the moment to generation 5, you need to make a new 5th generation glider, and it is incredibly expensive compared to previous generations gliders for well-known reasons! Further, under the new glider, you need to make and test avionics, radar, weapon systems and ammunition! ALL of this means that you need to create a NEW plane, and not "bring" something that can not be brought in principle! And here a reasonable question arises: Where is the money Zin ?? And why do we need another plane (especially with previously underestimated parameters) when we are almost ready for the fifth-generation Sukhoi T-5 aircraft (PAK FA) ???
        Do we have any extra money appeared on swindlers from the Mig company ??
        Let their old-concept devices be fooled and sell them abroad, if there are anyone who wants it, I don’t mind. Although taxes will be paid to the budget even bread.
        1. tomket 27 October 2015 23: 09 New
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          Quote: GSH-18
          the extra money appeared on the swindlers from the company Mig ??

          they found the Pogossians as a swindler and they will find the Mikoyanites.
          1. Manul 28 October 2015 00: 39 New
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            Quote: tomket
            they found the Pogossians as a swindler and they will find the Mikoyanites.

            Why is Poghosyan a swindler? Is he a crook? Or just a blanket pulls? With him, Dryers fly. So if they hadn’t flown, then yes - a swindler.
        2. DEfindER 29 October 2015 15: 35 New
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          Quote: GSH-18
          And why do we need another plane

          All my life, the USSR and the USA had a couple of planes light and heavy, and in all wars they were used in pairs, what has changed now that we don’t need lungs when a potential enemy has them?
        3. Nick 29 October 2015 20: 34 New
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          Quote: GSH-18
          To “bring” the moment to the 5 generation, you need to make a new 5 generation glider, which is incredibly expensive compared to previous generations for the known reasons!

          The glider can be left if not much hacked into the EPR. In addition, the stealth of the same F-22 is relevant only in a certain frequency range, from certain angles. The new engine for cruising supersonic and weapons is conditionally the 5 generation
          1. serverny 30 October 2015 02: 18 New
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            Cruising supersonic with missiles and PTB on an external sling is a very short-term pleasure.

            A new glider is needed not only because of the EPR - internal armament compartments and large internal tanks are needed.
            1. Nick 30 October 2015 10: 45 New
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              Quote: serverny
              Cruising supersonic with missiles and PTB on an external sling is a very short-term pleasure.

              PTB then why? For actions in the far zone there are heavy vehicles. Although for some tasks it is possible to use PTB, but not as a permanent device.
      4. sinoptic 28 October 2015 12: 54 New
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        We are not so rich to buy cheap things :)
        I think that the military understands everything perfectly, just, apparently, priorities are set for the tasks.
        A light front-line fighter is an inexpensive and effective fighter of a real war (country by country), with losses.

        The likelihood of such a war is not very high, so with limited financial resources, priority is given to something more significant.
        Just imagine, in the store in front of you there are 2 cars expensive and not very (Mersedes, Toyota).
        Previously, you had enough money to buy both of them, but now you have enough money, but only for one of them.
        You can buy a Toyota, but the money is enough for Mercedes.
        Ask yourself, with this choice, what will you buy?

        That is why heavy fighters are a priority.
      5. Alexashka964 30 October 2015 07: 16 New
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        Quote: iConst
        - If the Russian Aerospace Forces are not interested in this aircraft?

        Are you sure about that? Mr. Poghosyan does not need a competitor !!! He crushed even the civilian aircraft industry under his ass. And here Mikoyan’s design bureau crawls into the light ...
    2. Alex_Rarog 27 October 2015 18: 31 New
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      It’s necessary to live as it is, but running the state order is sour ... And so to maintain the pants and even development is enough ... In the 90s, everyone survived only through exports.
      1. aktanir 27 October 2015 18: 52 New
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        export potential or not export, and until the novelty is adopted by its own Ministry of Defense, no one will even look at it from the side - this is an important condition for future sales. MiG has long had to please something attractive with its own and foreign market, but so far there they are only engaged in repairing equipment shipped to partners for a long time. We have not yet seen anything new from the concern, and in a moment the 35 will not gain any real prospects. It is clear that against this background their dreams of the fifth generation, especially due to their own initiative interest, are ghostly and foggy.
    3. figwam 27 October 2015 18: 34 New
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      According to the developers, “MiG-35 is a new combat aviation complex,

      The only question on visibility in the radar range.
      1. Lt. Air Force stock 27 October 2015 18: 40 New
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        It is not clear how with the previous glider we can talk about the fifth generation? Where are the internal armament compartments, S-shaped ducts, inclined rudders, and not vertical ones, cruising supersonic on the RD-33MK?
        1. Garris199 27 October 2015 21: 41 New
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          And AFAR is not even on it.
        2. tomket 27 October 2015 22: 51 New
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          Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
          S-shaped ducts

          They are not on the T-50. what now?
          1. Lt. Air Force stock 27 October 2015 22: 58 New
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            Quote: tomket
            They are not on the T-50. what now?

            They are not on the first prototypes, they can appear on serial ones.
            1. tomket 27 October 2015 23: 07 New
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              Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
              They are not on the first prototypes, they can appear on serial ones.

              how will they appear there? blown him up?
              1. Lt. Air Force stock 28 October 2015 12: 07 New
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                Quote: tomket
                how will they appear there? blown him up?

                There are many plausible pictures on the net of how this can be done.

                1. tomket 28 October 2015 12: 46 New
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                  here it is clearly visible that there is practically no “room” for maneuver in the design with air intakes.
                  1. Lt. Air Force stock 28 October 2015 12: 54 New
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                    Quote: tomket
                    here it is clearly visible that there is practically no “room” for maneuver in the design with air intakes.

                    This is a strange photo, look at this one, the engine is at an angle (look at the nozzle), how can it directly go to the front air intake?
                  2. Lt. Air Force stock 28 October 2015 12: 58 New
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                    Here's another photo, look at the nozzle and front air intake.
    4. NordUral 27 October 2015 18: 37 New
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      I will subscribe to your words. In general, the slogan of profit is above all time to throw away. Such a small idea will not bring our country to good.
    5. War and Peace 27 October 2015 18: 43 New
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      what stealth and engine are flat? So tell me, and then immediately the 5th generation ...
      1. Observer2014 27 October 2015 18: 53 New
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        Isaykin: MiG-35 have great potential and can be brought to the level of the fifth generation
        It depends on what the fifth generation means.
        1. barsik92090 27 October 2015 19: 02 New
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          But do not we immediately wave to the 6-7 generation? Very promising money and terms.
        2. Thronekeeper 27 October 2015 19: 14 New
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          I was also surprised. "May be brought up."
          Yeah, only the fuselage and engines to change left.
          but "based on the MiG-35" ... Although also incorrect. The thing is that the Mikoyanites will sculpt the LFI-five, with similar LTH, as far as it was announced. And, it seems, not an “economy class” like “Lightning”, but a full-fledged one.
        3. GSH-18 27 October 2015 22: 52 New
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          Quote: Observer2014
          Isaykin: MiG-35 have great potential and can be brought to the level of the fifth generation
          It depends on what the fifth generation means.

          He apparently means the Chinese 5th generation lol The Chinese have their own number, they are already 7th on the way! lol
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    6. Thronekeeper 27 October 2015 19: 01 New
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      Firstly, from the head of Rosoboronexports it would be strange to hear about the state defense order.
      Secondly, the supply of high-tech weapons and military equipment is the main parameter, to say the least, vassalization, clientization of strategic junior partners. Thirdly, it’s better to get Pe * in the face to give away from our borders and for other people's money, possession of bases, deposits and others. And most importantly - the question now is whether to survive the MiG or not. For Russia, from the tactical-technical to the doctrinal plan, the Su-30CM2, Su-35C, T-50, MiG-31BM is more convenient. Because the LFI’s load, the range, the absence of a “long arm”, the diameter of the AFAR “mirror”, which determines the range and “quality” of detection, especially for inconspicuous targets, are unsatisfactory compared to crackers. So far we can’t pull the hole plug together with TMPI and multifunctional interceptors. Partly due to personnel shortages, which export cannot directly decide. But indirectly - the loot can defeat evil in terms of raising salaries and opening special educational institutions working in the interests of the defense industry.
      1. S-cream 27 October 2015 22: 17 New
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        I will support. In the modern sky, such requirements as the range of detection of the enemy, the ability to do this before the enemy and the ability to control the enemy at the detection range come to the first place, but have already come to the fore.
        Well, the fact that MiGs are obviously inferior to the SUs in this regard should be clear to everyone.
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        it would be strange to hear from the head of Rosoboronexport
        The chapter forgets that not all "managers", but also engineers remained ...
    7. mirag2 27 October 2015 19: 32 New
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      the top sells so sensitive technology that you wonder.
      - there was no other, unfortunately.
    8. marlin1203 27 October 2015 20: 07 New
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      Yes, we got 5 generations with this stealth and a new glider, which is mandatory for this. Anyway, whatever one may say, several tons of metal flies on a jet engine from which the flame breaks out. Yes, the trail is inverse. In general, the discovery of such an ashtray is a matter of time and the development of technology. And then all these monetary costs are "down the drain".
    9. Per se. 27 October 2015 20: 40 New
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      Quote: Vladimir
      Wherever you stick everywhere this bestial slogan is "export potential."
      And what do you want, Maxim Vladimirovich, we have liberal capitalism, and capitalism has the main policy, religion and morality, it is profit and money. The Chinese have already sold the C-400 Triumph, although they have already stripped off the C-300 and competed with their clones. The same can be said for Su-35, remembering the sale of Su-27. It is impossible to imagine in Soviet times that new equipment, and even with its shortage in the army of the Soviet Union, be sold for export, now it is almost the norm. We didn’t have time to do the same “Armata”, already talk began about possible sales for export. The Black Eagle tank was generally immediately seen only in the export perspective, and they killed an interesting car, simultaneously hitting the T-80 and the tank gas turbine, making the Omsk Tank Plant bankrupt and ruining it (there is no competitor, less problems for the Russian monopoly capitalists). Of course, no doubt, we need to find sales markets, and the currency will not be superfluous, but not the "export potential" should come first, but the potential of our Russian army, the rest here is the "fifth".
      1. Tusv 27 October 2015 21: 21 New
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        Quote: Per se
        It is impossible to imagine in Soviet times that new equipment, and even with its lack in the army of the Soviet Union

        She was not sold in Soviet times, but stupidly presented. Now, for Mig thirty fifths to fly, you need an investor. All this pepelats is good and the price is sky-high. Beats all competitors in terms of performance characteristics in its class, except for the weight-bearing ratio. The same Rafal is twice as expensive without a controlled thrust vector and with EPR in the palm of your hand
    10. GSH-18 27 October 2015 21: 34 New
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      Isaykin: MiG-35 have great potential and can be brought to the level of the fifth generation

      In the presence of Dryers of the last generations, Migami can only trade for export. Since Migi is inferior to Sushki in almost all respects! And about the comparison with the T-50, and even ashamed to speak. Any Mig on the background of Drying looks like a stripped-down export version lol So we will sell to small countries and earn loot. good
      1. NEXUS 28 October 2015 20: 33 New
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        Quote: GSH-18
        In the presence of Dryers of the last generations, Migami can only trade for export. Since Migi is inferior to Sushki in almost all respects! And about the comparison with the T-50, and even ashamed to speak. Any Mig against the background of Drying looks like a stripped-down export version so So we will sell to small countries and earn loot.

        Dear, and you apparently do not see the difference between the FRONT LIGHT FIGHTER, which is focused on the battle over the front line and the capture of the sky above it, and the HEAVY MULTI-PURPOSE FIGHTER, the task of which is to escort the bombers deep into enemy territories, delivering strikes against objects beyond in the air in general on the territory controlled by the adversary?
        There are different tasks for which these machines are created and, accordingly, different possibilities, both in range, in terms of maneuverability, and in arsenal, etc. And only a person who has a very superficial understanding of the subject of conversation can compare an EASY FRONT FIGHTER with a HEAVY MULTIFUNCTIONAL FIGHTER.
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      1. Abbra 28 October 2015 19: 20 New
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        Colleague, with expressions regarding the president and his mother, you would know your own language where you would put it! AND?
    12. rpek32 28 October 2015 06: 09 New
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      Quote: Vladimir
      I’m talking not only and not so much about the MIG-35. Wherever you stick everywhere this bestial slogan is "export potential."

      Products must be competitive. so that people working at the enterprise receive a salary. The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation bought a certain number of aircraft, and then what? Workers to feed on air until they (planes) are knocked down / resource does not come out? Or do kettles be made while the planes are not doing? Production has nothing to do while there is no need for this aircraft in the RF Ministry of Defense
    13. Kibalchish 28 October 2015 09: 02 New
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      They talk about export potential because our VKS will never buy this aircraft! Now I will run into a bunch of minuses, but I will express my opinion - as long as this aircraft is brought to mind, it will become very out of date ... They are trying to push the modernized moment 29 as a new plane. No matter how many times you upgrade it, it will never become a 5th generation airplane.
    14. Maxom75 28 October 2015 09: 11 New
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      Well, for starters, you won’t make it of the 5th generation, it wasn’t built using stealth technology. The center section is built on technology 4 and it will have to be redone, as well as air ducts and more. Why export potential is a hint of India. Not all countries of the world have such a territory as Russia - God grant us peace and prosperity! Many heavy fighters are not needed. The radius of action is too large, and the operating requirements (a lot of fuel and so on). Here are just some light fighters for some reason buy with a single-engine scheme, we have two engines, which leads to higher prices, but also an increase in reliability. The requirements for AFAR are the requirements of Indians. And I can’t say anything about our need for them, here specialists from the Ministry of Defense should say. The main thing is not to be guided by the principle "it is necessary - it is not necessary, take while money give".
      1. Abbra 28 October 2015 21: 15 New
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        Why does everyone endlessly rest in the fifth generation? Kalashnikov assault rifle - what generation of a small automatic weapon? However, it is in demand and will be in demand for many more years. Also MiG. ITS MOST IMPORTANT ADVANTAGE is the possibility (and this will be confirmed by any engineer) to endless upgrades and improvements. Such, by the way, was the Me-109 at the time. The ingenious authors have created a scheme in which no one rests yet, and does not say to himself: everything, zvizdets, it is impossible to develop IT further. That is the salt!

        Add the same Mosin rifle. Century in the market! Sighting range - 2000 m. Etc.
        1. NEXUS 28 October 2015 21: 27 New
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          Quote: Abbra
          Kalashnikov assault rifle - what generation of a small automatic weapon? However, it is in demand and will be in demand for many more years. Also MiG. ITS MOST IMPORTANT ADVANTAGE is the possibility (and this will be confirmed by any engineer) to endless upgrades and improvements.

          You are mistaken. The difference in AK and MIG is that each subsequent generation of fighters must (be a prerequisite) exceed the previous one. And with the development of electronic warfare systems, air defense systems of different caliber and range, radars, anti-radars, etc., as well as the very concept of strategy and tactics war requires the development of aviation. With AK, everything is easier, although processes are already going on to improved shooting systems (more accurate, convenient and killer), these are weapons for individual use. And the same MIG is a complex capable of solving much more global tasks than an automatic weapon .
    15. BLACK-SHARK-64 30 October 2015 09: 39 New
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      Yes, they sell everything in a row ... and they will sell the MOTHERLAND .. if they have not already sold ... am
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      Firstly, India and China are known from school textbooks that these are separate cultures and therefore they cannot take the side of the West. Therefore, they can either be coerced, as the West has done with them in the last 2-3 centuries, or we ourselves may not have clear relations with them, only after that they can “take” the side of the Anglo-Saxons.
      But as for the MiG-35, this project began with the MiG-29M from the end of the 80s, which, judging by the fact that it didn’t go for well-known reasons, the collapse of the USSR, went into a series of stages of the MiG-29M2, because for difficult times The MiG Design Bureau was not idle, but now the next stage of the deepest modernization has been called the MiG-35 - this is for those who are not particularly versed in aviation. Therefore, from my point of view, of course, the MiG-35 is not the fifth generation, all the more, the Design Bureau itself stated in confirmation of this, fifth-generation fighter aircraft announced the beginning of work on the initiative, by the way, they wrote about this on this site on this site.
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  3. Windy 27 October 2015 18: 31 New
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    Sukhoi Design Bureau will be more modest: Su-35 is declared as 4 ++. How can an MiG with an old glider become the fifth generation ?!
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      Quote: Windy
      Sukhoi Design Bureau will be more modest: Su-35 is declared as 4 ++. How can an MiG with an old glider become the fifth generation ?!
      - Yes, the fifth generation has just no glider because of the requirements for stealth.

      And many experts believe that if the bet on stealth is not justified (and there are prerequisites for it - detecting objects, for example, along the inversion trail), then this program will be the most deafening failure of the United States and will eclipse Reagan Star Wars.

      Ours announced work in the field of “reverse” radar — when an object is detected not by reflection of radio waves, but by absorption: i.e. there will be a “hole” in the place of any object and especially a stealth plane.
      1. gridasov 27 October 2015 18: 54 New
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        What you called reverse radar is possible only if you combine the receiver in the range of the radiation that is observed and accompanied in natural flight. That is, Stealth directly stimulates such diffraction perturbations at the nodal points combining the angular planes. But !!! To “perceive” the fractal level of such perturbations at these nodal points, a completely new elemental base of electronic devices is needed. First of all, in terms of the density of magnetic force flows. Exactly such technologies ..... Do those who dream about this have an understanding of such processes?
        1. Cube123 27 October 2015 21: 42 New
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          There was such a great man (unfortunately in the past tense) Alexander Alekseevich Lemansky. Who does not know, is the creator of the S-300 and S-400 complexes.
          Just a quote:
          "In 1964 he defended his thesis on the results of studies in the field of diffraction by weakly scattering (so-called" black ") bodies, which are subtle air targets. These studies were a kind of foresight of the emergence of future goals," invisible ". With a deep understanding of this problems, already at the post of general designer, he will solve the problem of effectively intercepting these goals and declare that there are no invisible goals for modern air defense systems created at Almaz. "
          Read more: http://vpk-news.ru/articles/1785
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            It's not that complicated. It is commonplace and it is possible to create a generator of the same level of energy potential that the plane emits - if so simplified. And then really, there can be no invisible goals. Well, except that if it does not radiate the disinformation potential of its field.
    2. GSH-18 27 October 2015 21: 38 New
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      Quote: Windy
      Sukhoi Design Bureau will be more modest: Su-35 is declared as 4 ++. How can an MiG with an old glider become the fifth generation ?!

      The answer is NO! They are up to the 5th generation as before the moon cancer. The usual chatter of migrants for the purpose of getting loot for a cut. They missed their chance, now the train is gone. All that remains is export. Migi in our Air Force has nowhere to stick. All niches are occupied by Sukhoi machines, and in my opinion, they deserve it yes
      1. tomket 27 October 2015 22: 59 New
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        Migi in our Air Force has nowhere to stick. All niches are occupied by Sukhoi machines, and in my opinion, they deserve it

        There was such a phrase: “Why did we begin to build battleships more than cruisers?” This is about the niches in the Air Force occupied by Sukhoi. by the way. Dry often occupies some niches completely unjustifiably. If, for example, Su-30СМ does not raise questions, then we need Chinese Su-30М2 as a dog’s fifth leg, especially when deliveries of SM are in progress. And by the way, there are MiGs in the troops. 31. 29Смт and 29к. Su-33 as time has shown proved to be of limited use. virtually useless.
        1. GSH-18 27 October 2015 23: 10 New
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          And by the way, there are MiGs in the troops. 31CMt and 29k.

          An important clarification, while there is still.
          Due to the obsolescence of the concept of two fighter aircraft (light / heavy) as a result of the appearance of the 5th generation. Our Air Force does not need a light fighter now. It simply does not fit into the modern doctrine of the use of the Russian Air Force. Air Force in terms of performance characteristics and other capabilities satisfy Machines of the latest generations of Su. And soon the arrival of the 5th generation T-50 aircraft (PAK FA) will begin.
          Mig could not offer something new, conceptually new, and, of course, he was left without a government order. And now begins to carry all nonsense about some sort of "refinement"
          aircraft built on old technologies. Well, in general, you understand me, I hope.
          Quote: tomket
          Su-33, as time has shown, turned out to be of limited use. virtually useless.

          Interesting saying. Do you mean the lack of aircraft carriers to base them? But this is not a technical problem with the aircraft.
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            Quote: GSH-18
            Due to the obsolescence of the concept of two fighter aircraft (light / heavy) as a result of the advent of the 5 generation.

            Everyone needs it, but you don’t need ... hmm ...
            Quote: GSH-18
            Air Force in terms of performance characteristics and other capabilities satisfy Machines of the latest generations of Su.

            do not satisfy.
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            And soon the entry of the 5-generation T-50 (PAK FA) into the troops will begin.

            This year I had to enter the army as a river. WHERE ???
            Quote: GSH-18
            Mig could not offer something new, conceptually new, and, of course, he was left without a government order.

            Proposed by KUB.
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            And now begins to carry all nonsense about some sort of "refinement"
            aircraft built on old technologies.

            The nonsense with the T-50 is now being carried.
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            Interesting saying. Do you mean the lack of aircraft carriers to base them? But this is not a technical problem with the aircraft.

            "Kuzya" is. Su-33 frankly shoved on Kuzyu. Who is guilty? simons or carablet builders?
            1. GSH-18 27 October 2015 23: 34 New
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              Quote: tomket
              Everyone needs it, but you don’t need ... hmm ...

              Who is this for everyone? You? But fortunately you are not all hi
              Quote: tomket
              do not satisfy.

              Call the Air Force and tell them that. They will laugh with pleasure lol
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              This year I had to enter the army as a river. WHERE ???

              Making an 5 generation aircraft is not a pancake to fry. We need quality and not eagerness. Or do you propose now to give all the money to the migrants to their child prodigy ?? belay
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              The nonsense with the T-50 is now being carried.

              What are you smoking now?
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              "Kuzya" is. Su-33 frankly shoved on Kuzyu. Who is guilty? simons or carablet builders?

              Kuzya is not an aircraft carrier. So that you know it is TAKR.
              And there is a very big difference. Just like between Mig and SU bully
              1. tomket 27 October 2015 23: 47 New
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                Making an 5 generation aircraft is not a pancake to fry. We need quality and not eagerness. Or do you propose now to give all the money to the migrants to their child prodigy ??

                From dry you want quality. and MiG’s eagerness ... however ....
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                What are you smoking now?

                I don’t smoke at all.
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                Kuzya is not an aircraft carrier. So that you know it is TAKR.

                And what from this? The British called aircraft carriers ships with a much lower displacement. If you proceed from your logic zhrena with su-33 stuck on the deck of the TARK? would be waiting for a normal aircraft carrier.
              2. tomket 27 October 2015 23: 57 New
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                Call the Air Force and tell them that. They will laugh with pleasure

                In general, the easiest way to deal with the supply of dry to our troops. Namely, with the need for so many of them in the troops. so. there are deliveries to the troops aircraft from two factories. namely, from Irkutsk (Su-34 and Su 30cm) and from Komsomolsk (Su-35 and Su-30m2) the situation with the tank fleet of the USSR is reproduced in this way, when three tanks with almost the same performance characteristics go to the troops. This is all explained very simply. there is no need for such diversity as such, but here the very smart Pogosyan shoved the “Chinese” Su-30m2 into the troops, which in principle is inferior to the Irkutsk Su-30. in fact, there is no great need for the Su-35 and Su-34 by and large, because they are all based on the same Su-27 aircraft. Yes, and their functionality is approximately overlapping with the functionality of su-30cm. Again, the result is a dispersal of funds for lobbying of the Pogosianism. The only proof of this situation is that the two plants will be able to saturate the troops with equipment without breaking the export flow and without losing time for re-equipment for a single aircraft.
                1. SIvan 28 October 2015 19: 57 New
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                  Quote: tomket
                  in fact, there is no great need for the Su-35 and Su-34, because they are all built on the basis of one Su-27 aircraft. Yes, and their functionality is approximately crossed with the functionality of the su-30cm.


                  That's about the Su-34 you just said stupidity. In Syria, both the Su-30SM and the Su-34 are now. Moreover, the Su-30SM patrol the airspace, and the Su-34 strike on the ground. It seems to me that our leadership during the operation in Syria is guided by objective criteria, and not by the "lobbyism of the Poghosyanschiny."

                  Su-34 is better suited as a bomber or even, perhaps, an attack aircraft. There, the cabin is a capsule of titanium armor, a more convenient arrangement of crew members next to each other.
                  It has a maximum take-off mass of 45 tons versus ~ 35 tons for the Su-30SM. Accordingly, the combat load is greater.
                  And many more differences.
    3. tomket 27 October 2015 22: 54 New
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      Su-35 is declared as 4 ++. How can an MiG with an old glider become the fifth generation ?!

      On the Su-35, the glider is no newer than on the MiG-35.
      1. GSH-18 27 October 2015 23: 12 New
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        Quote: tomket
        Quote: Windy
        Su-35 is declared as 4 ++. How can an MiG with an old glider become the fifth generation ?!

        On the Su-35, the glider is no newer than on the MiG-35.

        Dear, have you ever seen these aircraft live? Migi is exactly two times smaller than Sushki. Accordingly, their performance characteristics are as much less. What modernization potential of the old MiG gliders can we talk about ???
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          Quote: GSH-18
          Dear, have you ever seen these aircraft live?

          Do you need to reset the photo?
          Quote: GSH-18
          Migi is exactly two times smaller than Sushki.

          And what from this?
          Quote: GSH-18
          Accordingly, their performance characteristics are as much less.

          What are you saying? Two times less thrust-to-weight ratio? or rate of climb? or speed? or ceiling?
          Quote: GSH-18
          What modernization potential of the old MiG gliders can we talk about ???

          And what kind of potential can we talk about su-35 ???? That's exactly the same thing about the instant-35.
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            What are you saying? Two times less thrust-to-weight ratio? or rate of climb? or speed? or ceiling?

            If a person says this, then he does not understand simple things. Sorry, but I'm not interested anymore.
            Size matters. Explain laziness. Maybe you’ll guess yourself ..
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              Quote: GSH-18
              Size matters. Explain laziness. Maybe you’ll guess yourself ..

              Well, if you are too lazy then do not write at all.
      2. Manul 28 October 2015 00: 43 New
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        On the Su-35, the glider is no newer than on the MiG-35.

        A lot has already been written and discussed. Su-35 is much more different from Su-27 than MiG 35 from MiG 29. The glider is not so much, but still ..
  4. svp67 27 October 2015 18: 32 New
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    Isaykin: MiG-35 have great potential and can be brought to the level of the fifth generation
    Although the MiG 35 is not a bad aircraft, but at the moment when it becomes the "fifth generation", our opponents will already have the "sixth".
    For me, the MiG35 is a "transitional" type of aircraft. And it will be needed exactly as much as the time it takes for our defense industry to develop, produce and deliver to the troops a full-fledged light fifth-generation fighter
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      Who is bl. Invented these generations? Bullshit, until they come up with a new dviglo, there are only airplanes with turbojet engines, and the rest is only modernization of the existing one. THIS IS YOURSELF, what is a full-fledged light fifth-generation fighter?
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        He is a fighter, and will hold on tight
      2. SPACE 27 October 2015 19: 34 New
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        Quote: viktorrymar
        Who is bl. Invented these generations? Bullshit, until they come up with a new dviglo, there are only airplanes with turbojet engines, and the rest is only modernization of the existing one.

        Absolutely agree! In general, these conditional, artificial terminology, another advertising stunt promoting sales, showing your news and excellence)))) through programming and structuring the thinking of people, think in a "box". But in fact this is all sheer nonsense, the main thing all the same is the possibility of a real effective combat mission, even if the iron is from 50 x, everything else is dumb. And no compartments, as well as the notorious invisibility))) are not something special and radically revolutionary. For example, tomorrow they will create some kind of cleverly clever REB / P device that can easily be hung on a corn mailer making it completely invisible to the Raptor and the question again arises, who is who? And under the conditions of such logic, the MIG 29 will come down for the fifth generation, all the more so in any case, the specific use of similar weapons, be it the MIG-29 or the F-35, it must be understood that they will be counteracted by a whole complex of different systems that equally bring together all of these benefits to none.
      3. GSH-18 27 October 2015 21: 54 New
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        Who is bl. Invented these generations? Bullshit, until they come up with a new dviglo, there are only airplanes with turbojet engines, and the rest is only modernization of the existing one. THIS IS YOURSELF, what is a full-fledged light fifth-generation fighter?

        There are aviation generations - and this is a fact.
        The 5th generation aircraft is distinguished by a whole list of new characteristics from generation 4, and the 4th, respectively, from the 3rd. If you are interested, you can look at the same Wikipedia, it is intelligibly painted there.
        I’m answering your last question: A 5th generation light fighter cannot exist in nature, since the 5th generation has brought all the advantages of a deuce into one 5th generation machine. According to this, all this chatter of Migovites about a light fighter of the 5th generation will remain so chatter. They themselves do not understand what they are talking about, or pretend.
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          Quote: GSH-18
          5 generation light fighter cannot exist in nature,

          Grippen is officially the first fifth-generation aircraft.
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          According to this, all this chatter of Migovites about the light fighter of the 5 generation will remain so chattering. They themselves do not understand what they are talking about, or pretend.

          the chatter comes from you. and it seems that you don’t understand what you’re talking about.
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            Grippen is officially the first fifth-generation aircraft.

            But the Americans will argue with you with pleasure, and will insist that the first 5th generation aircraft is called the F-22.
            And for me, this is the first and currently flown and best version of the 5th generation in the army.
            As for influenza, no one takes it except the Air Force of the country of manufacture and a few unfortunate people who used it to boil down using corporate principles request . What already characterizes this wunderwaffle itself, which is bungled from what was and was not brought to the condition of the real 5th generation. request
    2. GSH-18 27 October 2015 21: 43 New
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      For me, the MiG35 is a "transitional" type of aircraft. And it will be needed exactly as much as the time it takes for our defense industry to develop, produce and deliver to the troops a full-fledged light fifth-generation fighter

      And where did you get the idea that we would still need a light fighter? This concept has lost relevance with the advent of the 5th generation. Now the emphasis is on multifunction, etc. and not on light and heavy fighters. In our version, this is the PAK FA T-50, which will soon begin to enter the Air Force. Where do you order to wind up this lightweight Migov fighter that has left the concept of air combat ??
      1. vsoltan 27 October 2015 22: 49 New
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        It’s known ... there can be basically no full-fledged and multi-functional equipment ... everything has its purpose ... and a flying, for example, a car on the track cannot be compared with a sports car ... it’s like a cryovodule or underwater atom with an ordinary AKM ... everything has its purpose and time ... you won’t become dig the earth with a crowbar? Or guard a flock of sheep with a saora of poodles? Something like that ... therefore, we need different planes .... And more, more, both in quantity and variety ...
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          Dear vsoltan hi ! I want to try to stand up for the GSH-18 position! I will give an example on WWII tanks! There were “light” “medium” “heavy”! T-34 “medium”
          (gun-76mm), KV = 1,2 (gun-76mm), the main difference is armor (weight), which means speed (maneuverability) with the same fire power! The "heavy" KV initially has more modernization options (increasing the turret, caliber , engine power, etc.) since engineers put more performance characteristics including heavy-duty (running gear, etc.) under more weight! After the war, when smooth-bore "long-arm" guns appeared for which the armor thickness was practically irrelevant! There was no need for light division and heavy, the designation appeared as the “main” battle tank! The “multi-functional” tank became the main one (automatic loader, stabilizers, night vision sights, ballistic computers, etc.)! I really like MIG, but if in the current situation (economic) ! The SU’s heavy functionality is better! Even in ности maneuverability ’with more weight, which means range, traction, detection range (AFAR)! And production costs! It’s unlikely that you can make two MIGs in one SU! On the way T -50, which means the concept of "heavy" and "light" fighter disappears! M We live under capitalism, which means that in intense competition! If the Sukhoi company was quick in it, not to the detriment! And an increase in the country's defense, a flag in their hands !!! soldier And the MIG Corporation. I think it's better to focus on creating a lightweight impact drone! Here they can be stamped a lot (attack the enemy as a wasp swarm)! This is my personal opinion if that, do not blame me! hi
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            nemo 778
            Thank you, but in this case you only confirm with me the foregoing ... namely, heavy and light aircraft, namely small Buyans and ocean-going nuclear powered ships ... everything has its purpose ... :)
  5. Aleksandr2012 27 October 2015 18: 32 New
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    I would very much like, for starters, to see in practice fifth-generation information and targeting systems in the instant 35, or even loud statements.
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  7. Kyrgyz 27 October 2015 18: 34 New
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    And what is the concept of a light fighter? As I understand it, the radius is small from here and the price is lower, but the price should be noticeably lower then, and a plane with a small radius is really good for export and Russia does not need it so much. It seems that moment 29 and had the main problem in a small radius and a small resource of engines, of course if it’s cheap then it’s tolerable but judging by the volume of purchases it’s not cheap
  8. Kyrgyz 27 October 2015 18: 39 New
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    You your division! Again the "export potential" !!! Think first of your own Army and Navy, and then gurgle until the liver breaks. That China, then India, then do not understand who. What strategic technologies are you selling? After all, one cannot promise that tomorrow neither China nor India will side with the Anglo-Saxons or start their own party against Russia. And the top sells so sensitive technology that you wonder. Idiocy just rolls over.

    Quote: iConst
    Quote: Vladimir
    Think first about your own Army and Navy
    - If the Russian Aerospace Forces are not interested in this aircraft?

    I’m talking not only and not so much about the MIG-35. Wherever you stick everywhere this bestial slogan is "export potential."

    And who needs yesterday's development? They have them anyway. Competition requires improving the quality and properties of the product or sit without sales like China France Eurofaitry Gripeny and MIG in the end
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    If you “go over” the English-language sites of the program for searching for innovative ideas, it is not difficult to single out the task that the military departments set. First of all, this is the search for solutions for the creation of gas turbine engines on new principles of work. These tasks are set by Russian companies. But!!?? Can one or the other understand these principles of operation of new engines? But this is not only the future of engines and aircraft, but also the future of those countries that develop on the individual characteristics of ideology, worldview, morality and moral values. Here is the answer. A small technical solution is the basis for changing the industrial world, and, accordingly, the whole set of their defining ones. The answers found by a "small" person can solve the powers that be of those "crowns" that they wear.
    1. 31rus 27 October 2015 18: 57 New
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      I agree, but in part, reality dictates its own and if today we don’t "fight back", alas, tomorrow it will not be ours, everything has been written for a long time, our Air Force does not need the MiG-35 and hardly needs anyone else, here comes the PR about 5 the 5th generation, that is, give the money there will be the 5th generation, that's how right it is, I think we need a compromise, give part of the money and the set time to create a really light XNUMXth generation fighter, it’s going to continue financing, no wait for better times, projects, but Russia needs a light fighter and this topic will resume again
      1. gridasov 27 October 2015 19: 06 New
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        Reality !!!! ???? This is an illusion! We must not fight back. We must do our job properly without looking back. Still old wisdom says that “you need to aim not at the eagle ... to hit the target.” Tasks need to be set not only in comparative comparisons with other armies or civilizations. It is necessary to develop according to your own rules. Then, and not only, there will be no difference between light and heavy aircraft, but we will very soon fly on optimal flight forms and on those Machs that we did not even think of. And now we can’t understand why in the third second the so-called hyper-speed rockets are falling apart.
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          I understand you, but the laws of aerodynamics, physics, industry capabilities, all this “dictates” its tough parameters, so that we and they are on equal footing, I agree with you that you need to invest in future ones, but where to get them, if the budget is full of holes
  10. biron 27 October 2015 19: 00 New
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    Quote: Vladimir
    You your division! Again the "export potential" !!! Think first of your own Army and Navy, and then gurgle until the liver breaks. That China, then India, then do not understand who. What strategic technologies are you selling? After all, one cannot promise that tomorrow neither China nor India will side with the Anglo-Saxons or start their own party against Russia. And the top sells so sensitive technology that you wonder. Idiocy just rolls over.

    Quote: iConst
    Quote: Vladimir
    Think first about your own Army and Navy
    - If the Russian Aerospace Forces are not interested in this aircraft?

    I’m talking not only and not so much about the MIG-35. Wherever you stick everywhere this bestial slogan is "export potential."

    He served the army in the GSVG and there were 64 and 72 went to the NSC, the difference is that for themselves the worst for ZhKsport is worse, and now it’s the same. fool
    1. max702 27 October 2015 20: 41 New
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      The 64th turned out to be expensive and not reliable, complicated and capricious in operation ... These are the reasons for the lack of it for export .. But according to the MIG it seems that it is hopelessly outdated .. The MiG-35 is a virtual airplane and does not exist in nature, so you need to bring it to mind LOTS of money and time .. But the most important thing is that no one can guarantee THIS on this MiG practically nothing shines ..
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        MiG-35 aircraft is virtual and non-existent in nature,
        - What is it like? The 2007 prototype was already at MAX.
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_mPcn6LFNw
        And since 2016, the MO seems to be going to acquire in exchange for the 29s.
  11. Dormidont2 27 October 2015 19: 02 New
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    from Mig-29 you can make a shock supersonic drone, which at low altitude hiding from radars will go to the missile launch area
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    Without adoption, only Russian air defense systems are sold. Mig 35 is not accepted, then who will buy it? Although the characteristics are at the highest level
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    Time will show what will come of this Mig, whether it will be in demand.
  14. Kyrgyz 27 October 2015 19: 17 New
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    Can equip YAK130 with air radar and rockets and rivet a lot of them for inexpensive than not covering not the main directions? And due to the price and export, it can be delivered to those who are unlikely to encounter a strong opponent in the air in South America. Africa
    The quantity, as the great ruler said, is also quality, but at a price of 80 million greens apiece, the quantity will not work
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    If you put a beautiful saddle on a cow, then it will not become a mustang .....
    5-th generation! Yes to the old glider, from MIG 29 .... Heh!
    That's right! Let the drone be made on its base. It will be super!
  16. nik13 27 October 2015 20: 29 New
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    We didn’t raise a moment and didn’t let die, so we hang out ..
  17. vell.65 27 October 2015 20: 35 New
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    The author is getting dark, I think on the basis of instant-35 the project instant-1.44 is brought to mind.
  18. Wiruz 27 October 2015 20: 42 New
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    Am I alone about the MiG-35 annoying? No? Judge for yourself. About once every six months, someone from Mikoyan-Gurevich (! not from MO!) makes a statement saying "The MiG-35 is ready to pass state tests," "It has no analogues in the world," "This is almost the fifth generation," "Yes, countries are already being written to it in the queue," "We’ll start production on Monday release "etc. Guys, the MiG-35 is a cool airplane, but it had to be built yesterday, better even the day before yesterday. I don’t know what requirements of the Moscow Region it does not meet, or what prevents it from being adopted, from design (not from operation) generation 4 ++ need to move away. Isn’t it better to give up all efforts to create a new lightweight IPP?

    hi
    1. gridasov 27 October 2015 20: 46 New
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      Does anyone understand that there will be no sixth or another generation because in physics everyone has long been flying to the limit of overcoming threshold energy processes, after which you just need to switch to new algorithms for organizing processes in turbines.
      1. Wiruz 27 October 2015 21: 06 New
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        No, well, as far as I know, among the requirements for fifth and sixth generation fighters there is not a word about fundamentally new engines. And if the requirements for the fifth generation are more or less known, then the sixth is essentially the same, only under the control of AI.
        1. gridasov 27 October 2015 21: 13 New
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          What are we talking about! If new generations do not differ in speed at all stages of flight, do not differ in maneuverability, payload, economy, then what are these promising generations. In this case, no one discounts everything else that determines the saturation of the aircraft. But the conversation is about the aircraft and therefore everything rests on the engine and the expiring parameters depending on it - directly
          1. Tusv 27 October 2015 21: 40 New
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            Quote: gridasov
            If new generations do not differ in speed at all stages of flight

            Fact! So far, the only 5-generation pepelats - the half-cave has a speed limit at the level of f-16, although in air defense circulars the maximum speed for a combat falcon is 240, and not 210, like for Raptor
          2. Wiruz 27 October 2015 21: 45 New
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            No, well, I partially disagree with you. Not only speed decides everything. The “revolutionary” differences of the fifth generation from the previous ones are stealth and a high degree of automation, i.e. on-board electronics itself identifies targets, selects priority ones, selects specific weapons for destruction, and so on and so forth. The only thing left for the pilot is to give the green light to defeat, of course, if he agrees with everything.

            The main advantage of the sixth generation (which, incidentally, causes a lot of controversy) is the lack of a pilot in the cockpit, or even the absence of it as such in principle. This allows you to avoid losses, plus makes it possible to maneuver aircraft with high overloads that are dangerous to the human body.

            For the rest, I agree, until the gravitsap is collected, you can not wait for a sharp jump in aircraft construction laughing
            1. iConst 27 October 2015 21: 50 New
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              The only thing left for the pilot is to give the green light to defeat, of course, if he agrees with everything.
              laughing

              Pilot - on-board computer: what is your evidence ??? (with) laughing
      2. scorpiosys 28 October 2015 01: 15 New
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        All “modern technologies” around the world are about the same. Collusion. Everyone respects the "rules of the fight." No one will introduce a water-powered engine, "lower-II-II ....", while all more or less technologically developed countries will live and work in virtually the same camp and on the basis of capital principles. How can you tighten the cash counter to all reservoirs?
        Counter... This is the main principle of our modern civilization.
  19. Manul 27 October 2015 21: 28 New
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    Donavi49 apparently tired of explaining everything to everyone lol. And I love his comments so much. Well, just the best.
  20. cherkas.oe 27 October 2015 21: 39 New
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    In order for everything that the merchant said to implement, you need engines at least 18% percent more powerful and 5% more economical to deliver without increasing weight and size. About avionics, radar-AFAR, as well as radar side and rear-view, also AFAR, sensors OLS scanning and laser scanning can not be forgotten. Put a new OLS, that would be km. twenty worked confidently and in IF mode. SLA for promising models of missile and bomb weapons. All this will pull in time for at least six years, with very good funding. And all this in the same glider? Why? By that time, the Chinese would finish off their pipelines in supposedly “stealth” gliders and sell them at half the price.
  21. Aleksandr1959 27 October 2015 22: 05 New
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    For several reasons, the Design Bureau named after Mikoyan turned out to be in a duplicate in the 90s. This is their attempt with "Aviatika" ... and others for ..y. With all my disrespect for M.A. Poghosyan, as a person for quite a long time, who headed the UAC and pushed the aviation complexes, in the creation of which he took part ... it is worth noting the rather high combat effectiveness of these complexes (I immediately ask you not to ask questions how , I considered this very combat effectiveness). Yes, Poghosyan and K did a lot to OKB them. Mikoyan started up. But then the question is, what did the Mikoyanites do to prevent this from happening? As a military test engineer, I worked with the Sukhovites .. a number of our other departments (I Directorate 929 GLITS MO) worked with Mikoyanovtsy. And I can compare the activities of the head of the composition of the Design Bureau them. Sukhoi and Design Bureau. Mikoyan in the 90s, not in favor of Mikoyan. Yes, now you can blame everything on Poghosyan and K. ... but what did the OKB do to them. Mikoyan. Why is it just now that a bucha has been raised about the MiG-1.44, which has not flown since 2000? And I have no answers to these questions, unfortunately. But .... there is hope that the OKB them. Mikoyan "will come out of the tailspin" ....
    Somehow like this . Maybe not very clearly. But. I have no answers to a number of my own questions.
    1. scorpiosys 28 October 2015 01: 17 New
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      The former "court" of the MIG turned into its "obstruction".
  22. Gvozd 27 October 2015 22: 14 New
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    I have a feeling that our VKS in general does not need light fighters.
    1. adept666 28 October 2015 09: 58 New
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      I have a feeling that our VKS in general does not need light fighters.
      It does not deceive you. A heavy board is easier to make multi-functional, it has more carrying capacity, fewer restrictions, more powerful energy, a greater radius of action and at the same time, modern maneuverability is not inferior to lightweights in maneuverability. Yes, they are more expensive, but the pros overlap with these shortcomings.
  23. EvilLion 27 October 2015 22: 21 New
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    Bring, we really are against.
  24. With Siberian Cranes 27 October 2015 23: 20 New
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    https://youtu.be/b23AjeRBXSU
  25. Marconi41 28 October 2015 00: 09 New
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    Quote: Alex_Rarog
    In the 90s, it was only through exports that everyone survived.

    So for the MiG, nothing has changed. Small orders for the MIG-29K and that’s all that the Motherland can give them. So they write about export potential. Let them sell it, and then MiG 1.44 MFIs will bring it to mind.
  26. kostyan77708 28 October 2015 06: 58 New
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    Quote: dauria
    The Russian Aerospace Forces (more precisely, its leadership) stupidly ran into the development of heavy fighters, not understanding the banal thing: we need - and desperately - both heavy and light ...


    The MIG designers did not understand the commonplace thing — the Americans had a pair of F-15 and F-16 from the very beginning under the SAME Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-100 engine then 110. Because of this, both planes are getting cheaper, especially in operation- and 2- x and single engine.
    Now F-22 and F-35- under the SAME Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-119 engine (then 135)

    if you need a light one (but is it necessary? unless to sell), then only a cheap single-engine with an engine from PAK-fa. (A Mig-29 (35) continue to procrastinate to nothing)
    For me, both a fighter and a strike aircraft should be done on the same PAK-FA platform. (similar to Su-30 Su-34)

    f 35 like 1 engine
  27. Anchonsha 28 October 2015 12: 45 New
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    There are many dissatisfied with the fact that the latest MIGIs are largely exported. Yes, it’s how the defense industry enterprises will live if they don’t get enough financial support. The state is not able to immediately change everything in the army for the latest weapons, because there is no money from the social network, from the Ministry of Health and scientific institutions, too, because many now dissatisfied at once will change their attitude, if grandfathers, grandmothers will receive a small pension.
  28. propolsky 28 October 2015 19: 22 New
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    It would be nice to review all closed projects and reanimate promising ones. Previously closed due to lack of money, or someone else's overlapping interests, and purely out of slovenliness. It's time to scrape over the guts, maybe the world will admire some long-forgotten military-industrial "Kolobok"!
  29. Engineer 29 October 2015 14: 45 New
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    Declaring that the Mig-35 can be brought up to the 5th generation level, the Mikoyanites sign their helplessness to create something new and continue to parasitize on their shared legacy, squeezing all the juices from the Mig-29.
  30. bratchanin 29 October 2015 14: 53 New
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    It would be nice to teach these fighters to fight in an unmanned version (6th generation).
  31. Leonid Har 29 October 2015 15: 15 New
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    Great fighter. The real fulcrum.
    Until 2020, 30 Mig 35s will be acquired by the Russian Ministry of Defense
  32. Taga 29 October 2015 16: 58 New
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    Who knows what it means "to the level of" light "fifth generation"? request
  33. CRASH 29 October 2015 23: 56 New
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    Since 2011, it continues "he has a very large export potential" but to sense 0 and there is no exhaust.
  34. serverny 30 October 2015 02: 34 New
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    Let it be better to develop an interceptor to replace the 31st - this machine will be in demand by the VKS.

    Upgrades of the Mig-35 with its cost and inherent limitations of light fighters (the main disadvantage is, by definition, a weaker radar) are of little relevance for the Russian Federation. Those who say "but the F-35 is light!" I recommend comparing the maximum take-off masses, load and combat radii. F-35 is very conditionally "light."
  35. Tishka 30 October 2015 02: 38 New
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    Gentlemen, let me make my little contribution to your argument! Under pressure from Poghosyan, MIG 1.44 was hacked, at his insistence, a promising heavy drones were killed, based on the same MIG. And you are not confused by the fact that only the MIG 31 can fly at super-sonic speed, an unlimited amount of time, in contrast to the same T-50, for the development of which Poghosyan shot money, putting an end to the development of Mig-1.44, which was made in 90 years. And now, with the T-50, everything is not so all right, it hasn’t gone into series, the procurement term has been postponed for an indefinite period, although it should have been delivered to combat units this year! And the number of purchased cars was significantly cut to 10 pieces. And Now, our much-respected Taburetkin, will lead this industry, and will put everything up for sale again, maybe Vasilyev, will attract him to this business, so, this is still flowers, berries in front! It wasn’t worth all the design bureaus, to bring it under one wing, there should be competition, and not lobbying for certain design bureaus and factories, for the reason that this leads to a deterioration in production, because for lack of a better one, they will buy it! So, it’s not worth saying that the MIG is hopelessly behind, just pushing individual design bureaus, led some to chocolate, and others suggest going to the Chinese! There should be fair competition, and then, perhaps instead of the T-50, the Mig-1.44 would already be flying in the troops!
  36. complete zero 30 October 2015 08: 07 New
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    I don’t know, I’m certainly an amateur in aviation, but still I think it’s hardly possible to make the fifth generation of MIGA (LA) one of the criteria of which is the minimum reflecting surfaces Mig-29 clearly does not correspond to this
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      Sorry for the perseverance, but here is the MIG-1.44, and it was specifically designed as a 5th generation aircraft! And much earlier, the creation of the T-50. It’s just that some comrades at the helm knocked out money for the creation of PAK-FA, and for this business, they signed Sukhoi’s company for their personal reasons! And the unlimited time spent on super-sound, without afterburner, is limited only by fuel in the tank, the same T-50 is designed for 45 minutes of flight, otherwise the glider will overheat, which will lead to its destruction!
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        Quote: Silence
        the same T-50, designed for 45 minutes of flight, otherwise the glider starts to overheat, which leads to its destruction!

        Where does this information come from? Where did you find that out?
        1. Tishka 30 October 2015 14: 15 New
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          Talked to the pilots. Yes, and there was an article that the T-50 is not intended for a long flight on super sound, the developers themselves wrote! You can search should have been preserved.
          1. SIvan 30 October 2015 20: 44 New
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            I did not find. Perhaps I was looking badly, I do not argue. However, there are two questions:

            1. How then does the MiG-1.44 avoid glider overheating? Are there better materials used? I doubt it, given the time difference. Is the other MiG aerodynamics so much affected? (I am not an aviation specialist, I say right away)

            2. How is the MiG-1.44 doing with super-maneuverability?
            1. Tishka 31 October 2015 18: 31 New
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              There is practically no information on materials, but it can be assumed that alloys based on titanium are used. on the T-50, composites and carbon fiber are used. Americans are already faced with the problem of delamination. By the way, in 2013, at the aviation show, due to engine surging at the T-50, a part of the casing burned out. Even Bertini, to remove heat, offered to cool the airframe by passing fuel under the skin of the aircraft. Maneuverability is ensured by the duck circuit. When the front planes provide controllability on bends, such as the French Mirage, and if you install engines with a variable thrust vector, there weren’t such ones then, it’ll be super!
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      From Mig-21bis, they are already doing the modification 3 ++++. Infa is on the network. Look, if interested.
  37. Dimon19661 30 October 2015 12: 14 New
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    Quote: Engineer
    Declaring that the Mig-35 can be brought up to the 5th generation level, the Mikoyanites sign their helplessness to create something new and continue to parasitize on their shared legacy, squeezing all the juices from the Mig-29.

    I absolutely agree.
  38. cdrt 30 October 2015 14: 45 New
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    - See the gopher?
    - Not
    - And he is
    (c) DMB

    So with the Mig-35. Soon there will be several decades, as he has all the outstanding potential, but there is no aircraft.
    Already in the combat units, the MiG-29 will not remain soon (well, except for the carrier regiment).
  39. Catafract 30 October 2015 16: 27 New
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    money ran out, and all of a sudden, moment 29 became the fifth generation? Have they even been stunned there?
  40. Psaking systems 30 October 2015 17: 54 New
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    The glider does not and cannot correspond to the fifth generation.
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    I have long had a strong belief that the shift in focus and focus to Su models was influenced by the unlucky and treacherous hijackings of the Mig-25 ... 27 ... 29 for the country. The impression was created: they were being recruited there in whole groups - Migov pilots? .. or are they all so orientally touchy: in the morning, probably, the boss hurt or offended with anything, - so, flew away to Turkey or the Japanese archipelago by dinner .. . (It was a shameful and very unpleasant page of the Soviet Air Force.

    It was logical, among other considerations, to change the main design bureau.
    This opinion is personal, of course. And MiG-31, the glory of B., took place ...
    At present, there is enough work for everyone! Do not worry about Miga, as Russian weapons received their true rating. And this niche is occupied by us rightfully and forever - we will be the world forge of "swords". When else reforging them to "screaming"? unknown ... and the engineering and scientific complex have long been waiting for this start! Russian industry has found its niche, this is now the point of work to remove the country from the oil needle. MiG will remain in service! ..