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Tuesday, April 5, 2022

The latest Russian' stealth Checkmate fighter jets

~Adv Fighter Jet~ This has nothing to do with the war that took place as a result of Russia's invasion of neighboring Ukraine since Februari 2022. Does not also intend to side with one of the parties who are fighting, where various types of sophisticated war machines including fighter jets of Russian and Ukrainian are involved in the conflict. The war should be ended right away! We hope the bloody dispute will end soon, although it's difficult to predict when the conflict will end.
The Sukhoi SU-75 'Checkmate' single-engined fighter jet sat on display at the 2021 Dubai Air Show. (Picture from: ZonaJakarta)
Despite all that, it turns out that there is a new fighter aircraft launched by a Russian manufacturer. As quoted of the Eurasian Times, sometime ago came a new fighter jet made by the Russian company Sukhoi (part of Rostec State Corporation's United Aircraft Corporation) that is said to be an alternative rival that can beat the F-35 Lightning II called the Sukhoi Su-75 'Checkmate,' and reportedly the Russian company has patented its newest stealth fighter.
The Sukhoi SU-75 'Checkmate' single-engined fighter jet sat on display at the 2021 Dubai Air Show.. (Picture from: AirspaceReview)
The mentioned patent above confirms that the latest Russian design aircraft is claimed superior to known foreign fighters in terms of flight and field performance, Rostec said in a statement. Furthermore that's proof that the Russian designers have managed to improve the stability and control of the 5th-generation fighter while maintaining its high aerodynamic performance and stealth characteristics.
The Sukhoi Su-75 'Checkmate' single-engined fighter jet (on left) sat posed along with its sibling Su-57 'Felon' (on right). (Picture from: Eurasian Times)
The new patent also states that the Checkmate' engine can be equipped with a thrust vector nozzle that moves in a vertical plane aligned with the fuselage axis and is used for flight control and trimming. The Russian' fifth-generation Checkmate fighter prototype was first unveiled at the MAKS-2021 Air Show in last July 2021.
The Sukhoi Su-75 'Checkmate' single-engined fighter jet is said will be powered by a derivative of the NPO Saturn AL-41 engine, which is also installed on its sibling Su-57. (Picture from: Eurasian Times)
An earlier presentation by Rostec at the air show revealed that this 5th-generation fighter will not only be capable of carrying more than seven tonnes of armament payload, the Su-75 will have the capability of carrying a group of drones on board.
The Su-75 Checkmate is a single-engine fighter designed to be a low-cost alternative rival to the US F-35 Lightning II stealth fighter jet and also known as the second fifth-generation fighter to be produced by Russia after the Sukhoi Su-57 'Felon'. The Russian's latest fighter has reportedly been designed with customers such as Vietnam, India and African countries in mind.
There is speculation the Checkmate single-engine fighter will be powered by a derivative of the NPO Saturn AL-41 engine, which is also installed on its sibling Su-57. The machine is claimed to be capable of flying up to a maximum speed of Mach 1.8 as well as supercruise performance which is said to be capable of striking up to six targets simultaneously in a combat radius that stretches up to 3,000 km. ***  [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | EURASIAN TIMES | ]
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