5th Gen. Stealth Fighters of the World

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    5th gen. stealth planes atm that have been produced or greenlit for eventual production:

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    (Note: The J-31 is now called the FC-31)
     
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    Key differences between F-22 and F-35:

    F-22: Twin engine, airfield takeoff, not exportable

    F-35: Single engine with 3D vectoring nozzle for VTOL, naval fighter, exportable to countries like Japan

    (P.S: Not much pics of the F-22/35 will be posted here b/c everybody who lives in the West already knows what they are or look like... But all are welcome to post them.)
     
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    J-20 is the land-based stealth fighter, like the F-22:

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    These yellow birds that you might come across are the unpainted primer with RAM (radar absorbing material) coating beneath them:

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    ... more yellow primer birds:

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    J-20 splintered cell camo:

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    J-20 "Milka" camo:

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    J-20 "Black Eagle" camo:

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    Artist's conception (back in 2006 before the very first J-20 prototype was ever made):

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    Key differences/similarities between J-20 and F-22:

    1. Longer fuselage = carry more fuel (F-22 estimated to require multiple mid-air refueling from Australia to East coast of China):

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    2. Both J-20 and F-22 are really huge birds (J-20 is ginormous compared to J-10 multirole fighter aircraft):

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    J-20 underside (revealing weapons bay outline):

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    J-20 T-shirt & postcard:

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    Series of pics showing J-20's all-moving V-tails:

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