KF-21 Boramae Fighter Plane Claimed To Be The Biggest Competitor Of China's Xiaolong Exports, China Will Be Troubled

KF-21 Boramae Fighter Plane Claimed To Be The Biggest Competitor Of China's Xiaolong Exports, China Will Be Troubled
KF-21 Boramae

Beijing - With the KF-21 Boramae fighter aircraft, it seems to be a competitor for China. China's military industrial exports have made quite a good mark in 2021. This is either the first 054AP delivery to Pakistan, or the 071E ready for export to Thailand by the end of the year or even the J-10CP and Xiaolong which have already been delivered to Pakistan.

They all represent the advanced weapons and equipment produced by China's military industry and they are starting to gain more and more recognition from the international market. In the future, there will be a wider export area.

However, China is not the only country in the world toiling in the world arms market. As a country that has also worked hard in the arms market for many years and insists on developing its military export industry, the T-50 advanced trainer and K-9 self-propelled artillery have also achieved good results in recent years.

And most importantly, the KF-21 Boramae fighter, which will be rolled off the assembly line in 2021, is likely to be Xiaolong's main export opponent. The KF-21 Boramae is a new generation of stealth fighter aircraft currently being developed by South Korea and Indonesia.

But due to South Korea's own level of aviation design and manufacturing, it is not enough to complete the stealth magazine design while ensuring performance requirements.

Therefore, South Korea cleverly used the semi-buried design on the KF-21 Boramae, which can hide half of the guns and belly-mounted ammunition in the magazine, and half of the fuselage is exposed, to solve the problem of insufficient technical level, try to reduce the number of reflection cross-sectional area requirements of the external weapon Radar.

Currently, the design of the KF-21 Boramae is not widely known to the outside world. This is because most of them ridiculed and criticized the design concept of the KF-21 Boramae. After the first flight of China's J-20 stealth fighter in 2011, many countries around the world have been encouraged by this to implement their own stealth fighter plans.

However, over time, most of the stealth fighter development plans eventually evaporated, some even being on the surface. However, South Korea endured these difficult circumstances, and the KF-21 was finally born, despite being widely criticized for its obvious semi-buried features.

But in fact it can only meet the current needs of South Korean exports and equipment. And South Korea's cheap dumping of the market, if applied to the KF-21 Boramae, coupled with a certain overlap of its position and Fierce Dragon, will inevitably cause more serious damage to the Fierce Dragon currently being introduced to the market.

Therefore, even if the Fierce Dragon Block 3 has been successfully launched off the assembly line, the long-awaited J-CP has already joined the Pakistan Air Force. However, the world is always changing. The great profit of arms trade is a field that any country aspires to. Reporting from the AeroTime page, the KF-21 Boramae will fly for the first time in July 2022 at Sacheon Airport (HIN).

The long story of South Korea's newest stealth fighter jet KAI KF-21 Boramae is almost over. The aircraft was finally rolled out in April 2021 at the premises of Korea Aerospace Industries in Sacheon. Its maiden flight has been scheduled for July 2022 for a while now and this is the most concrete date of all the new 2022 aircraft.

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