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T-50/Su-57/PAK-FA
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(18-05-2019, 07:15 PM)Giarabub Ha scritto: Non conosco il reparto (WA); potrebbero essere aggressors?

64th Aggressor Squadron, 57th Wing, Nellis AFB

https://defence-blog.com/news/nellis-air...cheme.html
https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/25...essor-f-16
https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/11...ry-mission
Mr President, I feel that I must tell you that the senior officers of the Navy do not have the trust and confidence in the civilian leadership of this country that is essential for the successful prosecution of a war in the Pacific - James Otto Richardson CinC U.S. Fleet (06 01 1940 – 01 02 1941) to FDR
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19-05-2019, 12:21 AM
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Grazie ... digital viper
19-05-2019, 12:38 AM
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Immagine satellitare della base aerea di Akhtubinsk, in Russia. Un UCAV Okhotnik-B ripreso accanto ad un Su-57:

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20-05-2019, 05:36 PM
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Bello grosso
20-05-2019, 05:42 PM
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Le ultime indiscrezioni da parte di un alto funzionario militare russo a una TV pubblica, indicherebbero che il primo volo dell'UCAV Okhotnik-B potrebbe essere ritardato di un anno.
(però la fonte è tutta da verificare Wink )

Russia's 'Hunter' Flying Wing Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle Is A Big Beast

Citazione:Satellite imagery has confirmed The War Zone's initial assessment of Russia's S-70 Okhotnik-B, or Hunter-B, unmanned combat air vehicle is very large, with a wingspan greater than that of an Su-34 Fullback combat jet. The image, which appears to have been from around the date of Russian President Vladimir Putin's recent trip to the 929th Chkalov State Flight-Test Center, also shows an array of stores on display next to the drone.

Putin visited Chkalov, which is situated in Russia's southwestern Astrakhan region, on May 14, 2019, arriving with an escort of six Su-57 advanced combat jets. The satellite image of the flight line at the test center subsequently appeared on social media, showing the unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) next to an Su-57 and other aircraft, including an Su-34, a MiG-29, and multiple Sukhoi Flanker variants. The new imagery does seem to show that the drone has a new paint scheme, which might indicate that it is a more refined design or a second prototype, but official Kremlin statements did confirm that the Russian President got a chance to see the Okhotnik-B.

Those other aircraft give a more accurate sense of the Okhotnik-B's scale. Other images that emerged online in January 2019 had shown a large aircraft tug towing the drone at what appeared to be Sukhoi's Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association plant, which is in Russia's Siberian province of the same name. At that time, The War Zone assessed that the UCAV appeared dimensionally similar to Northrop Grumman's X-47B, which is 38 feet long and has a wingspan of 62 feet.

From the satellite imagery, seen at the top of this story and below, it is safe to say that the Okhotnik-B has a wingspan of more than 50 feet and a length of around between 34 and 36 feet. This certainly would put it in the same general size class as the X-47B...

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24-05-2019, 12:03 PM
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Pare comunque che l'UCAV Okhotnik-B abbia già staccato autonomamente le ruote da terra (in diverse occasioni) ma che i russi non considerano tutto ciò un test di volo completo.

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25-05-2019, 12:48 PM
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Russia to unveil strike drone at Army-2019 defense exhibition

Citazione:Russia will demonstrate its most advanced Okhotnik (Hunter) heavy strike drone for the first time at the Army-2019 defense exhibition, the Defense Ministry’s press office reported on Monday.
The drone will be on display on the open site of the ‘Patriot’ Congress and Exhibition Center, the statement says.
"The exposition of the most advanced and promising items of armament, military and special hardware on the open site of the ‘Patriot’ Congress and Exhibition Center has been increased twofold. The exposition will feature the Okhotnik UAV [unmanned aerial vehicle]," the ministry said.
As two sources in the aircraft-building industry told TASS earlier, the Russian-made Okhotnik heavy attack drone based on the stealth technology took to the skies for the first time in early spring after performing the so-called jumps over the runway for several weeks. The drone would speed up along the runway, climb several meters and then immediately make a landing, stopping at the end of the strip. The drone performed all the operations autonomously.
Although the drone would take off during the trials, these tests were not full-fledged flights and only preceded them, the sources noted.
A contract on developing the Okhotnik heavy strike drone was signed in 2011 between the Sukhoi Aircraft Company and Russia’s Defense Ministry. The drone’s mockup model was created in 2014.

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28-05-2019, 12:19 AM
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Video di alcune fasi dell'assemblaggio del  primo SU-57 di serie



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