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This list, which for the sake of brevity largely treats aircraft as isolated weapon systems, does not favour the Super Hornet: in reality, with support from E-2Ds and advanced other assets, US Navy Super Hornets would be extremely capable in the BVR arena against most adversaries. The Su is even more powerful than the SuM series and boasts improved avionics and man-machine interface.
More on the Su can be found here. Many of the teething problems encountered in Syria have now rectified. One ace the Su has in its sleeve is the inclusion of the RT medium range infra-red guided missile seen on aircraft deployed to Syria — which is potentially effective against low radar cross section aircraft and has no American equivalent. However, the downside to this is that the Irbis-E has to operate at extremely high power levels to achieve this performance and so is easily detectable and track-able at ranges beyond those at which it can track.
Su benefits from superb Russian missile design expertise. The multiple seeker-head mix which Russian fighters would fire in missile salvos in combat makes defending against them a very complicated task. In all but the latter category the Su is hopelessly outclassed by the F as are all other operational fighter aircraft.
As a defender against bombers the MiG may well be the most potent interceptor in the world. Being big means a big sensor and long-range weapons are available, and both are likely to be needed. You may be less concerned about signature and platform manoeuvrability because your ideal approach will be to stand back and hit bombers rather than engage fighters. Interview with a MiG pilot here.
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Against bombers and cruise missiles it is superbly capable and would be ranked higher on this list , however as a defensive interceptor it is vulnerable to more agile and stealthier fighter opponents. The fastest modern fighter in the world, with a top speed of Mach 2. The recent KM, which is believed to be in limited operational service though there is no open source material to support this claim is even more potent and may even have some advantages over Meteor. Designed to hunt in packs of four or more aircraft the type can sweep vast swathes of airspace, sharing vital targeting information by data-link with other aircraft.
The type is marred by a mountainous radar cross section and abysmal agility at lower speeds. The Rafale F3R upgrade standard — introducing Meteor capability— was qualified in late , but is not due to become operational until early Though primarily an air-to-ground sensor the pod will improve target detection and identification. Against the Meteor-armed Gripen and Typhoon, the French is aircraft is at a probably brief disadvantage. This is a reversal of the traditional position where Rafale has leapt ahead of Typhoon in weapon and systems integration with some exceptions, like a helmet cueing system.
Other than real stealth, this is in the only real disadvantage suffered by the type, which has a good performance, an excellent defensive aids suite and a high level of sensor fusion. When Rafale receives Meteor it is likely to leap up to a top three position. It also makes China the second nation in the world to put an indigenous stealth fighter into operational service.
With a hypothetical really long-range anti-air weapon, this relatively stealthy platform could force essential support assets such as tankers and AEW platforms to stand back, reducing situational awareness and combat persistence for opposition aircraft. In many ways this is true, but the J is particularly interesting because of its rather different configuration.
The J has a canard-delta rather than the essentially tailed-delta of both the Raptor and the Su which has yet to enter service.
Additionally, unlike Typhoon, the canard is not closely coupled to the wing. The main benefit to be gained from this arrangement is the carriage of significantly more fuel, coupled with the scope for use of a longer weapons bay. The additional fuel could confer either additional range, or long combat persistence, and this suggests that, if armed with a long-range AAM a role as an anti-AWACS or anti-tanker system. The large weapons bay might also provide sufficient volume for a wide range of weapons. What of the compromises? I would suggest less energy manoeuvrability, as the configuration is likely to have somewhat higher transonic drag.
In addition, signature other than head-on looks likely to be a bit greater.
Head on signature could be comparable to competing systems if appropriate engine installation and airframe treatments are used. The canard, is likely, to be at low deflection for supersonic flight, especially if Sulike thrust vectoring is available to trim the aircraft. It is not clear from open source literature if this is the case, but it is likely the PLA are looking into it.
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Stealth, supercruise and the modern weapons mean the J is likely to mature into an extremely capable, and unique, aircraft. Achieving this depends on the degree to which China can overcome its historical problems with engine developments. Detection abilities are likely to be excellent. Assessing the Js capability in this sense is hard. Giving the J a very long range weapon would be a logical step and it is believed that this weapon is currently in testing.
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Far greater than any Western weapon. The PL which is said to be operational is a Meteor equivalent, but the analyst we spoke to was sceptical about its current status. Massive fuel reserves if combined with an efficient engine and a large weapons bay are likely to make the J one of the best aircraft in this regard. With a massive effective radar, good range, combat persistence and a high level of maturity, the Eagle remains extremely potent. Though the famously one-sided score sheet of the F should be taken with a pinch of salt Israeli air-to-air claims are often questionable to say the least , the F has proved itself a tough, kickass fighter that can be depended on.
The type is cursed by a giant radar cross section, a massive infra-red signature and an inferior high altitude performance to a newer generation of fighters.
Art of the Kill: A Comprehensive Guide to Modern Air Combat
Though Saudi FSAs are extremely advanced they are not considered mature and rumours hint at problems with the aircraft. The latest Fs will benefit from the greatest amount of computing power of any aircraft.
The FX is not yet real. Some caution could be expressed about the Meteor, as it is far from being a combat proven weapon. The Gripen was the first fighter in the world to carry the long-delayed Meteor. The Meteor probably outranges every Western weapon, and thanks to its ramjet propulsion an innovation for air-to-air missiles it has a great deal of energy, even at the outer extremes of its flight profile, allowing it to chase manoeuvring targets at extreme ranges.
The Gripen is not the fastest nor longest-legged fighter, nor is its radar particularly powerful. It would have to be used carefully, taking advantage of its advanced connectivity and superior Electronic Warfare systems to make the most of its formidable armament. For such a nation, the key aim is deterrence, ensuring that any country wishing to invade or dominate you cannot easily do so.
Having a big stick, however, is great, because you can defeat threats while keeping out of their missile range.
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It is largely this lack of a mature AMRAAM capability that stop it taking the number two slot that one might expect given of such an sophisticated system. The next setup was from 9, feet. This fight started well as I drove into the turn circle and initiated my first turn. As I kept pulling toward Poster Child at about 7 Gs, however, things started to go bad.
My turn rate, of course, was better than his at this point because he had turned for a longer period of time and had bled off more airspeed. His turn radius, however, was tighter also due to his lower airspeed. As the fight continued, I used my superior turn rate to pull my nose toward his jet. The range between the jets closed, and the pace of the fight quickened. Poster Child was in the HUD, but the line-of-sight rate was too great. In this state, you try to attack and kill whatever is in your field of view at the time, regardless of the consequences.
I missed and then grossly overshot to the outside of the turn. Poster Child immediately reversed his turn, and there I was, helmet on fire in a flat scissors. After this fight, we had both reached bingo, so we rejoined for a battle damage check and then headed back to MacDill. The only real trouble I had during BFM-1 was with the 9, foot setup. After drawing it out on the grease board back in the squadron room, I understood why. You cannot stay in a constant high-G turn against a continuously turning bandit when starting from 9, feet.
At some point in the fight, you must ease off the G, drive back farther into lag, and get closer to the bandit before going to lead pursuit. The ultimate goal of offensive BFM is to kill the bandit in the minimum amount of time. In order to accomplish this goal, the fighter pilot must understand basic offensive maneuvering. It is helpful to think of offensive BFM as a series of fluid rolls, turns and accelerations.