Su-57 Russo Furtivo Destruído, “Falha Técnica?”Tony wyaad December 27, 2019 55 Comments
Su-57 Russian stealth Destroyed, “Technical Failure?” When it comes to fifth generation aircraft, only a few pieces of equipment come to mind to fill the advanced aircraft frame which have the most sophisticated low-end radar IDs on the market, mainly because of its very similar structural spectrum among the fighters or bombers already on the market, like the Lockheed F-22, a hit in the American air, the Lockheed F-35, the stealthy Chinese Chengdu J-20, and the most talked about at that time, the Russian Sukhoi Su-57, a real stealth beast that came to rival the American Lockheeds. Using the state-of-the-art term for the Su-57 is a gross mistake, not just for it, but for the F-22, F-35 or other aircraft, because this generation is not the last or only one at the moment, other next-generation projects are already part of the real American defense landscape, which makes the sixth generation so much closer than we can imagine, with remotely controlled poaching. In Russia, the Future Air Complex Program – Tactical Air Forces (PAK FA Program) envisioned its goal in developing the country’s fifth generation main fighter, the Sukhoi Su-57, a project that had the partnership of India, which contributed up to 35% of the construction of this stealth air complex. The Indian intention is to benefit from the program by acquiring its own PAK FA-based fifth-generation game over the next decade, , and the Russian Air Force seeks to clash with US stealth by 2028 with the delivery of 76 Su-57 units. According to British estimates, each su-57 costs US $ 155 million when stipulated in the international market, since the production is Russian and thus the amounts spent are in Russian Ruble, a grotesque mistake that many channels make in making comparisons, that is, spending to Russians may be much higher than the west, or vice versa. This past Tuesday, December 24, the eve of Christmas festivities, a training mission was being conducted with a Sukhoi Su-57. in the far east of Russia, specifically in the remote outskirts of the Siberia forests, when there was a serious problem that led the pilot to move the fighter away from the village of Komsomolsk, manufacturing site of the Su-57, so the pilot managed to safely eject from the aerial platform, and the poaching crashed hard into the ground into a ball of flame, was utterly destroyed. The Russian Air Force quickly deployed ground crews, there was a perimeter blockade for investigators to begin collecting data for the military inquiry. According to an unidentified source, there was a failure in the control system of the high-tech aircraft, however, For the initial report drawn up by the Russians, the causes are uncertain, there was a “technical malfunction” or a pilot error. The Su-57 can reach a top speed of 2,600 km / h, with autonomy to reach 3,500 km, being able to charge 30mm ammunition, 7 air-to-air missiles, 4 air-to-surface missiles, 2 anti-ship missiles and 4 anti-radiation missiles. able to counter enemy radar interference, an exceptional fighter that was hotly debated and documented here on the channel with high detail, just access the card above. The accident occurred at a very delicate time for the Russians, as the Sukhoi Su-57 would be officially delivered to the Russian Air Force within a few days, and it seems that the outcome of yesterday did not please the authorities of the country. Residents of Dzyomgi Village, about 11 kilometers north of Komsomolsk heard a “loud roar” believed to be the moment when the fighter plane crashed to the ground. About ten fighters have been built for pre-production testing and combat assessment, and even some of them have already been taken to combat in Russia’s military campaign in Syria. Much speculation revolves around this magnificent Russian fighter similar to the Chinese J-20, which was supposedly built using stolen American plans obtained by Chinese hackers. The year 2019 was pretty tough for almost every nation on the planet, but in terms of military progress, Russia experienced some obstacles due to constant air crashes during the year, with fighters and combat helicopters destroyed, the last one was a few weeks ago with the Mil Mi-28 Helicopter, which raises many questions about the safety and maintenance of current Russian military equipment.