KAI Dives Into KF-21 Low Observability Studies

KAI KF-21 and Cheonlyong missiles models at the Seoul ADEX airshow.
Credit: Kim Minseok
SEOUL—Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) is working to improve the low observable capability of its new KF-21 fighter, although the plan has yet to be approved by the Ministry of National Defense and defense procurement agency DAPA. The KF-21’s first flight is expected in 2022 and Block I production...

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