Israeli assitance to China has stopped following US intervention. I am looking for the link, it started from the Phalcon deal to China being cancelled by the US. Though there has been considerable weapon technology sales to China in the past, it is not so now.
Makes you indians any happy I will give a link to a indian website..
Info is on the right hand side bottom. If you don't like the link ask Keys' or go suck on a banana.
And yes the link I gave first is a valid link., on mostly all fighter jets.
I know that the J-10 has inflight refueling capability. Does anyone know whether it has a retractrable fueling probe or not?
I dont how people over here assume That technological gap will decrease when all the facts and evidence states otherwise. The number of force-multipliers as well new projects are more in india than in pakistan. Non- of the JF-17's have been inducted as yet, J-10 production is only dream now as PLAAF needs them, what you have for sure is the F-16. A darn good fighter Jet, But there 3 better or equal jets in indian side for very F-16.
How Pakistan can employ its assets better and more efficiently than India's, I dont get it.beats me?
thx for translation,看英语真要命
Initial batch JF17 = 150 and J10 = 36...
Like a normal nation buys it goes through batches and improvements cause it is a new fighter. It isn't a tested su27 that is converted into MKI... It is a brand new plane that will evolve.
Even China bought their Flankers in certain batches and versions... Just like USA had a mix from block15 towards block52...
J-10's use Russian-made AL-31FN turbofan engine, while on later production variants the powerplant will be replaced by a Chinese indigenous WS-10A “TaiHang” turbofan. Does that mean we won't be getting the J-10's either, until they r replaced by Chinese engines.
Last edited by salman77; 01-24-2007 at 04:23 AM.
Probably, but J-10's are far off as of now. JF-17's are the planes that Pakistan is focussing on.
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