Chinese J31 copy of F35 ?

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  1. asianobserve

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    Clearly a Stealthkenstein. It has the main fuselage, wing and air intake design of F-35 with the vertical stabilizers, cockpit and nose section of F22. The landing wheels are even from American designs.

    No wonder the American F-35 development has been bogged down continuously with its design being compromised...

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    Complete nonsense。

    I gather you believe in whatever the Americans tell you,for it serves to make you feel a little bit better about yourself。

    Have you seen anything concrete from the Americans about the theft of data concerning their white elephant that's better known as the F-35?

    If not, what makes you so sure that the Americans are telling the truth?

    There is only one explanation for your choosing to believe the Americans:you‘ve been brainwashed。
     
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    That applies to you.

    Just look at your jet. Look at PAKFA design and the 4.5 gen European designs, you cannot make out the same uncanny design similarities with their American peers as what you can easily do from Chinese copies.
     
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    Not unless you have a pirated copy of Windows OS... :rolleyes:
     
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    That you have a pirated copy of Windows OS means hardly anything about your ability to develop a similar OS on your own. It is more akin to having acquired an illegal copy of license to operate a plane, not the ability to build plane itself.
     
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    Surely you can reproduce the pirated copy or copies... hence, Stealthkenstein.
     
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    Re: J-21/J-31 Chinese 5th Generation Stealth Fighter

    Agreed, on the contrary, India as an example of democratic emerging economy keeps its integrity in all aspects. They only make things they invented by themselves.
    If they cannot invent, they honestly purchase. Purchasing has made India a proud nation of world's largest weapon importer, that surpasses Saudi Arabia and other oil producers.
     
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    Well, that makes China a shameless copier.
     
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    Re: J-21/J-31 Chinese 5th Generation Stealth Fighter

    Shame on them whatever they were made by that.
     
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    Years of espionage bearing fruit. :facepalm: US for not guarding the secrets.

    China should name the bird J-35!!
     
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    I was not prepared for this thread...
     
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    chinese brothers should rather be happy of how much jealous there neighbours are from them :D

    J-31 is cute
    f-35 yukhhhhhhhhhhh
     
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    sounds repeat westerners used to stay SU-27 and Mig-29 are the copies of the F-15 and F-18 though we know its complete BS.

    Great move by Chinese let's learn from them on this and get rid of our old dinosaurs in the defence ministry.
     
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    Name some thing Chinese which is not Copied ........:pound:
     
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    Bhikh me itna hi milega...:pound:
     
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    if something is pretty important to a country, just copy it , like Iindian's medication.
     
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    Chinese stealth jet raises 'cyber-theft' worries: Analyst

    Chinese stealth jet raises 'cyber-theft' worries: Analyst

    OTTAWA - While Canada struggles with whether to join the big boys by buying the F-35 for the Air Force, the Chinese are developing a second stealth fighter jet.

    China’s J-31 took its maiden test flight on Wednesday, which concerns aerospace expert Richard Aboulafia.

    “The technological military aircraft race may have taken a break after the Cold War, but it has resumed,” Aboulafia, vice-president of analysis at the Teal Group Corp., said.

    Aboulafia said the J-31 looks “a lot more like the real deal” to him than the J-20 — a much larger Chinese stealth jet that’s further along in development.

    Still, China has trouble producing its own top-notch engines, electronic warfare systems and radar for fighter jets.

    That makes it tough for the communist dictatorship to develop a true fifth-generation fighter jet on par with what the F-35 is supposed to be, but Aboulafia insists the J-31 is significant..........

    The J-31 also bears a remarkable similarity to the American-designed F-35.

    Aboulafia said that raises the question of Chinese “cyber-theft” of F-35 technology.

    More at:

    China jet raises 'cyber-theft' worries: Analyst | Canada | News | Fort McMurray Today
     
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    Imitation is the best form of flattery.

    The US is flattered by the fawning of China over US products.
     
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    Check out the tail hook.

    The Chinese definitely look serious about becoming blue water navy.
    The intention is clear.I don't want to go into who copied what.And the Chinese spies are definitely
    doing an excellent job.I guess, this definitely shakes up the US navy and generals.
     
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