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Originally posted by WestPoint23
It depends on what version of the J-10 you see, some have swept back canards and the cockpit does stop a little over half way across the canards.
Oh and one more thing, “Soviet Power Supreme” died out 15 years ago man.
[edit on 1-7-2005 by WestPoint23]
The U.S. has raised concerns with Israel about its sales and transfer of military equipment and technology to China, a Pentagon spokesman said Monday.
The spokesman declined to comment on the specifics of an Israeli report that Washington is demanding that Israel provide details of
more than 60 percent of recent deals with China and its arms export trade in general.
“This is certainly an issue that is being discussed between the U.S. and Israel, and we have made our concerns about the sale and transfer of defense equipment and technology to China known to Israel,” Bryan Whitman, a spokesman for the U.S. Defense Department said.
The United States is demanding the dismissal of four senior defense ministry officials over weapons sales to China.
Ynet has learned the officials are Defense Ministry Director General Amos Yaron, head of the ministry’s New York-based procurement division, Kuti Mor, Yossi Ben-Hanan, head of the department for security assistance and export, and Yehiel Horev, security officer for the ministry.
According to reports, the call is not part of Washington’s official solution to the deepening crisis between the two defense departments, but if they are not removed from their positions, the U.S. will refuse to participate in joint ventures.