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The last known new U.S. fighter prototypes to take to the air were the Boeing X-32 and Lockheed Martin X-35 that competed in the Joint Strike Fighter program back in the early 2000s.
The announcement of any new combat aircraft is an unusual event and the secrecy surrounding the NGAD initiative makes this latest disclosure all the more fascinating. While we can only hope that more details emerge soon, the track record of the NGAD program suggests we probably shouldn’t hold our breath.
originally posted by: GBP/JPY
Cool you see I've been seeing something with my pvs-14 I talked about it two years ago I think.
It looked like the B2 with cliped wingtips you know that high aspect wing tip it look just like a B2 just without those skinny, High aspect ends sticking out so far
originally posted by: sapien82
a reply to: Cynicalhope
so they designed and built this thing in state of the art digital technology most likely holo lens 2 and VR environments and then they tested it , do you think they are testing it in the new MS flight simulator or something similar
they should do this for all future military projects so they save millions