Japan Studies Advanced Stealth Engine For i3 Fighter

Credit: Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies
Japan’s defense ministry and industry aim to develop an engine with advanced stealth features, breaking away from reliance on the U.S. for a sixth-generation fighter that would enter service in the 2030s. Japanese engineers have designed the front of their proposed engine to avoid reflecting radio...

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