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Chinese so called stealth aircraft J-20 detect by Taiwan Air Defense


A few days ago, the media received information about the disclosure of the fifth-generation Chinese fighter J-20 at the air borders of Taiwan. Chinese combat aircraft (j-20) – the latest innovation in the aircraft industry, a model that has the “best” stealth technology. But as practice shows, all these technologies do not meet the fifth generation. Taiwan air defense forces were able to easily detect and identify a Chinese combat aircraft.

I want to note that at that moment the American intelligence “Poseidon” was flying near Taiwan, and apparently his actions aroused interest in the Chinese military department, so a fifth generation fighter was sent.

But this is not the first time that Chinese aircraft have flown in and around Taiwan. Earlier, the Chinese Air Force sent the Su-30 and J-10 , also to carry out reconnaissance operations and provide some pressure.

“J-20 stealth technologies do not work well” – the stealth of this model is really lame, problems in the issue of stealth are clearly noticeable, this aircraft is not the fifth generation standard. I dont understand the chinese always showoff with out testing their equipment with out testing .

Earlier Indian airforce said that they can easily detect j-20 with su-30mki , even we dont need air defence radar for J-20 . I think its quite shame for chinese who claimed Their J-20 can surpass other aircraft like Rafale , su-35 , mig-35 and EFT aircraft .

India and China are the two major military powers in Asia and they have procured and developed some of the best weapons platforms available today for their defence forces. China’s People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) deployed its latest fighter Chengdu J-20 in February 2018 claiming it has stealth and is the most advanced fighter plane in all of Asia. However, the Indian Air Force topline fighter Sukhoi Su-30 MKI has been able to “see” the Chengdu J-20 flying over Tibet despite the latter using stealth technology.

According to IAF chief Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa, the Su-30MKI radar detected and tracked the Chengdu J-20 jet while the latter was flying over Tibet. The Su-30MKI currently has the N011M passive electronically scanned array (PESA) radar but the IAF is already in the process of upgrading the fighters with the more advanced Zhuk active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar which will make it even more difficult for the Chengdu J-20 to hide.


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