Shenyang, Chengdu to take a leafout of Lockheed Martin’s book
Avic Defense will use rapid prototyping centers like the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works for future military aircraft developments, with the aim of overcoming what it says are inefficient production processes. The centers are being set up at the fighter plants at Shenyang and Chengdu, the latter of which has just begun test flying the large J-20 combat aircraft. The statement by Avic Defense President Wang Yawei is a hint that work on the J-20 or the earlier J-10 could have been ...
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