Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has published a drawing of a moderately stealthy fighter concept based on its T-50 series of supersonic trainers and light-attack aircraft. The concept aircraft is far smaller and less ambitious than the all-new, twin-engine KF-X designs promoted by South Korea’s Agency for Defense Development, the leading proponent of building an indigenous South Korea fighter. Some South Korean industry officials doubt that the country has the technical resources to ...
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