Japanese engineers have verified a concept design for a stealth inlet as part of a technology acquisition effort for a proposed indigenous fighter. Wind-tunnel testing shows the design works, according to officials of the defense ministry’s Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency (ATLA) involved in the program. It has performed “close enough” to predictions. At a technology seminar here, ATLA displayed the wind-tunnel model. The agency notably has decided on a design ...

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