J-10B Confirms China’s Thrust Vectoring Capability

Credit: J-10B: Chinese internet
ZHUHAI, China—An AVIC-owned J-10B testbed demonstrated in a Nov. 6 flying display showed China’s new mastery of extreme aerial maneuverability aided by an experimental thrust vectoring control system. Over a crowd of thousands attending Airshow China here, the J-10B’s axisymmetric vectoring engine...

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