Russian media: the US company intends to develop five generation machines for Japan using F22 technology.

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 Russian media: the US company intends to develop five generation machines for Japan using F22 technology.


Global military reports, according to the Russian satellite network in April 20th, the Lockheed Martin Corporation plans to formally recommend a new type of high stealth fighter to Japan, which will integrate the performance of the F-22 Raptor and the F-35 lightning II. According to a source quoted by Reuters, the representatives of Lockheed Martin and Japanese defense ministry discussed this. After obtaining the permission of the US government, the US company plans to make a formal recommendation according to the Japanese information invitation. According to sources, the recommended fighter will integrate the performance of F-22 and F-35, which may surpass both performance. It is reported that the Japanese government has started looking for foreign partners to build a stealth fighter called F-3. In March of this year, Tokyo issued new information invitations to foreign companies. Reuters pointed out that in addition to Lockhead Martins tender, Japan also hopes to receive a reply from Boeing and BAE systems. The source also said that any aircraft produced jointly with foreign partners should use Japanese developed engines, radars and other accessories. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to the world wide web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Li Xi _NN2587 According to sources, the recommended fighter will integrate the performance of F-22 and F-35, which may surpass both performance. It is reported that the Japanese government has started looking for foreign partners to build a stealth fighter called F-3. In March of this year, Tokyo issued new information invitations to foreign companies. Reuters pointed out that in addition to Lockhead Martins tender, Japan also hopes to receive a reply from Boeing and BAE systems. The source also said that any aircraft produced jointly with foreign partners should use Japanese developed engines, radars and other accessories.