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Clinton Vows Support for New Air Force Fighter

WASHINGTON – President Clinton threw his support behind the F-22 Raptor yesterday, saying it would be a mistake for the United States to abandon plans to produce the next-generation stealth fighter, which has become a target of House budget-cutters. 711 more words


F-22 Overruns Create Odd Blend of Opponents

WASHINGTON – It used to be easy to tell the hawks from the doves on Capitol Hill, but the dogfight over Lockheed Martin’s prized F-22 Raptor has left even veteran budget watchers wondering where the battle lines are drawn. 1,019 more words


Janes: China May Have Begun Series Production of J-20 Stealth Fighter

There has been much speculation about China’s progress in developing its J-20 stealth fighter jets as China has recently turned out more J-20 prototypes and conducted 60 test flights of such prototypes. 167 more words

Comparing stealth fighters


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This article will compare “stealth” fighters, regardless of wether they are in service. Aircraft compared are as follows: F-22, F-35, T-50 / PAK FA, J-20 and J-31. 4,856 more words



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China's "stealth" J-31 visible on radar

Military experts from mainland China told Want Daily that the Russian Su-35 fighter and U.S. C-17 cargo plane participating in the Zhuhai Air Show last month could detect the J-31 in the air during its performance. 330 more words

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Former defense contractor in Conn. tried to bring military documents to China

BRIDGEPORT–A former New Haven resident is being federally charged with trying to give sensitive military data to China.

Yu Long, 36, formerly of New Haven, was arrested and charged with trying to travel to China with sensitive proprietary documents that detail equations and test results used in the development of technologically advanced titanium for use in U.S. 586 more words