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On 2017/5/4 at 8:33 PM, LoooSeR said:

L-15B, new training jet by Hongdu Aircraft Industry Group

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lol,even i knew they are propaganda purpose but people of Nanchang really enjoy those praise leader and extol shit.

No wonder,Hongdu is like the unliked son in family, the truth they can build L-15 series successful is basically a miracle

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10 hours ago, Akula_941 said:

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btw,anyone here in paralay's forum? @LoooSeR"Стелс машины''

i try to post something there but it just won't do anything, like a ip restrict or something

 

No, i am member of otvaga and this forum and that is enough for me :)

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difference with Black Hawk

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Two pieces of windows instead of three, lower transmission housing, 5 blades not 4 with rotor fairing and anything else?

 

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   As reported by the Chinese television channel CTV, the Chinese scientific and technical aerospace corporation began developing its own version of a suborbital reconnaissance aircraft similar to the American X-37B. The Chinese version will take off from the usual runways. "The project is at the initial stages of development," said Zhang Hongwei, head of the China Aerospace Research and Development Corporation. The first flight is planned in 2030.

 

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