Air Force Deputy Commander: China may soon be the fourth-generation fighter flight
CCTV “face to face” dialogue with the Air Force deputy commander of the column where pride
2009 年 11 11, New China’s People’s Air Force will celebrate his 60 birthday. November 8, 2009 CCTV “face to face” part of the Air Force deputy commander, General He had an interview with pride, the following program fragment Record:
starting in 2006, Jian Shi aircraft fitted out a large-scale units, which In the course of development in the People’s Air Force, has an extraordinary significance.
Q: For the Air Force in terms of development mean?
A: Jian Shi aircraft it should be reflected in our China an important milestone in the aviation industry, this should be said that a turning point, and then a generation gap is a sign of change. Because it belongs to the third generation of fighters Jian Shi, Jian Shi aircraft did not come out, we own no domestic production of three generations of fighter aircraft. Jian Shi troops so that later, we the Chinese Air Force, our aviation industry has made three generations of their own fighters, this is a very obvious sign of change.
Q: When can China develop its own fourth-generation fighter it?
A: China’s fourth-generation fighter is in full swing now under way, are being developed; According to relevant data, may soon have to make its maiden flight, flight and test flight soon, soon the armed forces. According to the present situation, there may be eight to ten bar. (Source: CCTV International)
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