Can only rely on F-35? The development of the five generation of French and German fighters was excluded from Britain

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 Can only rely on F-35? The development of the five generation of French and German fighters was excluded from Britain


According to the Daily Telegraph of May 7th, according to the Daily Telegraph website in May 5th, the British Royal Air Force has set up 100th anniversary this year, but while remembering history, it is also looking to the future, thinking about what aircraft he will be driving in the future, and who will make the aircraft. Last month, France and Germany announced plans to jointly develop the future air combat system (FCAS) and made by Airbus Company and Dassault company in France. Tom Enders, chief executive of Airbus Company, said it is not clear what exactly FCAS is referring to. We are not talking about some kind of military aircraft, he said. We are talking about a system consisting of military operational air components. Grace is not sure whether it needs a pilot. John Snel, head of the Aviation Department of IHSs Janes information group, believes that FCAS may be a fusion of aircraft and various roles. He said: with AI, there is no need for people to take risks. He also said: FCAS may refer to a manned aircraft that works with UAVs, missiles and ground systems. You may see a loyal wing machine - an artificial intelligence - controlled UAV flying next to the long machine, and it gets an instruction, fly to see what it has, and if its the enemy. Snel believes that the next generation fighter may not be flying faster and higher than the current fighter. He said: it may be more invisible, slower, but more weapons and sensors. We may have reached the peak in terms of performance. The above prediction raises questions about the future of air operations and the technologies they need. A F-35B fighter with British equipment However, the agreement between France and Germany also raises another question: where is Britain? Britain, once a major participant in European fighter aircraft such as Jaguar, cyclone, typhoon, was excluded from the plan announced by France and Germany. Its door is open to other countries, as the declaration of the FCAS plan refers to the participation of other key members of the European defense industry. The source of this article: Reference News Editor: Liang Lian Fei _NBJS6165 However, the agreement between France and Germany also raises another question: where is Britain? Britain, once a major participant in European fighter aircraft such as Jaguar, cyclone, typhoon, was excluded from the plan announced by France and Germany. Its door is open to other countries, as the declaration of the FCAS plan refers to the participation of other key members of the European defense industry.