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Author: HangPC2

5th & 6th Generation Fighter Project

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Post time 15-6-2010 10:41 AM | Show all posts
Reply 13# jf_pratama

sila nyatakan source anda...testing dalam game Flight Simulator kot
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Post time 15-6-2010 12:41 PM | Show all posts
Reply 21# IceMallet
dia nak buat lawak antarabangsa tu..
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Post time 15-6-2010 01:14 PM | Show all posts
Msia tak perlu buat feter cukup beli....murah dan low risk daripada buat sendiri. Indonesia lain kes sebab dah bukan rahasia lagi negara barat ingin menjadikan indonesia "under control" dengan sekatan senjata, itu sebabnya ada keperluan tuk buat feter sendiri.

Dalam proyek KFX ngan korea pun masih jauh lagi. Jika berjalan baru tahun 2020 baru keluar prototype nya. Dan dalam kerjasama itu baik korea dan indonesia terikat tidak hanya dalam pembuatan saja tetapi komitmen untuk mempergunakan pesawat ini jika berhasil dibuat. Inilah resikonya terbesar, cem mana jika feter nanti tak sesuai dengan keperluan angkatan udara?.....dah macam pepatah buah simalakama, "dimakan ibu meninggal tak dimakan bapak meningggal"......
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Post time 15-6-2010 07:02 PM | Show all posts
Reply 23# @hli


   mahal kalu dibeli.... makin lama makin mahal.... udahlah mahal, duit nggak ada nak beli banyak2....bila beli ciput aja.... beli ciput pon, maintenance setiap tahun pon makan beratus juta hengget... maka lebih elok la buat sendiri feter yg menggunakan bahan asli dari mesia aja.... pakai tin, kayu balak, getah asli, hasilnya pasti murah dan berteknologi tinggi, biaya maintenance pon murah kerna semua alat gantinya buatan mesia....
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Post time 15-6-2010 08:32 PM | Show all posts
Reply 24# windof
betul tu windof lebih baik buat sendiri,kalau kena sekatan pun taklah gelabah sangat..
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Post time 18-6-2010 05:38 PM | Show all posts
Reply  windof
betul tu windof lebih baik buat sendiri,kalau kena sekatan pun taklah gelabah sangat ...
uboat Post at 15-6-2010 19:32


Jelas lebih baik buat sendiri saja .. tanpa melibatkan negara lain yang pasti akan  lebih banyak menyusahkan negara anda karena mereka dapat dengan mudah mencuri teknologi canggih yang anda sembunyikan selama ini ...
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Post time 18-6-2010 07:59 PM | Show all posts
Reply 26# jf_pratama


   betul la tu.... intelijen sungguh intel hang....
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Post time 19-6-2010 03:28 PM | Show all posts
Reply 26# jf_pratama
untuk buat sendiri alatan pertahanan memerlukan modal yang besar dan kepakaran yang tinggi, tambah2 lagi nak buat feter sendiri.
sebab tu lah indonesia(kfx-korea selatan),singapore(jsf-sebagai security cooperative participants) pun perlukan kerjasama dengan negara luar.bila dah ada modal dan kepakaran barulah boleh buat sendiri.
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 Author| Post time 14-11-2010 06:36 PM | Show all posts
dengar citer Projek KF-X (korea selatan &  indonesia) ada kekurangan dana
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 Author| Post time 6-12-2010 11:02 PM | Show all posts
Edited by HangPC2 at 27-10-2018 02:05 PM

Rockwell Multi-Role Fighter [MRF] (1990-1993)







The US Air Force’s Multi-Role Fighter (MRF) program began in 1991 as a relatively low-cost F-16 replacement. Similar in size to the F-16, the MRF was to have been a single-seat / single-engine aircraft, with a unit flyaway cost in the range of $35 to $50 million.

The MRF Program was managed by the Aeronautical Systems Center (ASC) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. ASC hosted a planning meeting with industry in October 1991, and issued a Request For Information (RFI) with responses due in January 1992. The major U.S. aircraft manufacturers began to conduct concept and design studies for the MRF at their own expense.

A formal program start was expected around 1994. The MRF was expected to replace a large number of F-16s reaching the end of service life. The MRF might also have replaced Air Force A-10s and Navy F/A-18C/Ds. Therefore, providing large numbers of aircraft affordably was a higher priority for the MRF Program than any specific capability enhancements.

However, the post-Cold War defense drawdown made the F-16 service life situation considerably less critical. A reduction in the total number of U.S. Air Force fighter wings meant that the existing aircraft would not be replaced one-for-one. Furthermore, F-16 aircraft flying hours were reduced, allowing F-16s to remain in service longer than originally projected.

In August 1992, the MRF program was effectively put on hold. Due to budget pressures and the Air Force’s commitment to the F/A-22 program, sufficient funding for a new program start did not appear likely until around 2000. Until then, it was expected that MRF activity would proceed at a low level. Meanwhile, the Air Force intended to continue production of Block 50 F-16s.

The Defense Science Board Task Force on Aircraft Assessment was convened to respond to direction received from Congress in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1993, (Public Law 102-484). The Task Force first met on 21 January 1993; OSD requested the report be provided on 25 February 1993. During this time the Task Force met seven times.

The Multi-Role Fighter (MRF) was being considered for the low end of the Air Force tactical air force mix for both air superiority and ground attack. As of early 1993 the MRF program was intended to start toward the end of the 1990s or beginning of the next decade. It could also serve the Navy as a replacement for the F/A-18 if designed from the outset for carrier suitability. (Airframes might differ to a considerable degree but this is not a given, however. Both services could use the same engine and avionics).

If, as was likely and prudent, the requirement included advanced low-observable characteristics, the follow-on would need to be a very significant departure from either aircraft. At the same time, the follow-on needs to be significantly lower in cost (nominally half) than the F-22 or the A/F-X to provide an affordable force. Given that aggregate force mission effectiveness and life-cycle cost are the relevant measures of merit, the development cost savings from common aircraft use may not be sufficient when measured against total force life-cycle cost and mission effectiveness considerations.

By early 1993 the MRF’s projected IOC had slipped to 2015. Shortly thereafter, the BUR canceled the MRF Program.



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 Author| Post time 9-12-2010 01:04 PM | Show all posts
Edited by HangPC2 at 27-10-2018 02:27 PM

MIG-LFI [Vityazh 2000 / Integral-2010] (1994-2000)












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 Author| Post time 11-12-2010 06:16 PM | Show all posts
Edited by HangPC2 at 27-10-2018 02:10 PM

SAAB Stealth Fighter Program










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Post time 26-12-2010 11:06 PM | Show all posts
Masa depan nanti, kita boleh beli T-50 atau J-20.

Sekarang Eropah tentu kesal tiada program jet generasi kelima.
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 Author| Post time 8-5-2011 06:48 PM | Show all posts
Edited by HangPC2 at 27-10-2018 02:31 PM

Dassault FACE Concept (Futur Avions Combat Enhancenent)








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 Author| Post time 21-5-2011 01:38 PM | Show all posts
DASA Lampyridae (Firefly)



Medium Range Missile Fighter (MRMF)

Daimler-Benz Aerospace (DASA) has revealed details of a previously top-secret Stealth aircraft research programme conducted in Germany during the 1980s. The programme, known as Lampyridae (Firefly), or Medium Range Missile Fighter (MRMF), was run from 1981 to 1987 by what was then Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB), under a contract from the German air force.The work led to the eventual development of a three-quarter scale piloted windtunnel model of a multi-faceted Stealth fighter. Former project leader Dr Gerhard Löbert claims that the design “ very probably ” had better radar characteristics than the Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk, despite the F-117 having more than twice the number of radar-scattering facets.Windtunnel testing began on a 1:3.5-scale low-speed model and a 1:20-scale transonic model in 1985. According to Löbert, these tests demonstrated high-quality aerodynamic properties, despite the disadvantages of the polyhedral airframe design.






















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Post Last Edit by HangPC2 at 1-6-2011 13:27

BAe VSTOL Concept (New-Harrier)











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 Author| Post time 5-6-2011 05:42 PM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by HangPC2 at 5-6-2011 22:02

BAe Corax UCAV Technology Demonstrator



Images of the UK's first prototype stealth surveillance aircraft have been unveiled.

The unmanned vehicle, which has been built by BAE Systems, is known as the Corax, or as the Raven.

The Corax bears some resemblance to a cancelled US military spy plane called DarkStar, analysts have said.

Jane's International Defence Review said the unmanned aircraft " indicated a new direction in combat vehicles for the UK's armed forces".

Bill Sweetman, the magazine's aerospace and technology editor, said Corax could represent one member of a family of stealthy aircraft based around a similar central body but using different outer wings optimised for different missions.

" If you look at that Corax shape, it's very reminiscent of something that's designed to fly fairly high, fairly slow and have quite a long endurance. It looks rather typical for a surveillance aircraft," he told the BBC News website.

" But if you take those long outer wings off and put on shorter swept wings, you have a somewhat faster aircraft that would be more of a penetrating strike platform. "


Future plans


The US and British armed forces believe these pilotless planes will play an increasingly vital role on 21st Century battlefields.

The UK has reportedly scrapped plans for a future manned combat aircraft and is working closely with the US on " Project Churchill ".

This is an effort focused on combining ideas about the command and control of unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) from 2015 onwards.

The Corax prototype has been built to investigate the stability, control and performance of the design, which is said to maximise all-round stealth.

Mr Sweetman said the aircraft appears to be a small-scale demonstrator powered by a commercially available model aircraft jet engine and with a 5-6m (16-19ft) wingspan.

Stealth technology refers to a variety of techniques used to render aircraft, ships and missiles less visible - and ideally invisible - to radar.

The prototype Corax was first flown in 2004 after a 10-month development programme.








BAe Raven UCAV Technology Demonstrator









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 Author| Post time 5-6-2011 06:08 PM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by HangPC2 at 5-6-2011 22:18

BAe Taranis UCAV Technology Demonstrator

















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