F-22 and T-50. REFERENCE POINTS

F-22 and T-50. REFERENCE POINTS
Offer to recall the stages of development programs fighter fifth generation — the South American YF-22A/F-22A and Russian T-50 PAKFA/Su-50 (?).
 
The first two models of the F-22 (first flight)
YF-22A (PAV-1) — September 29, 1990
YF-22A (PAV-2) — October 30, 1990
 
Tests guns
 
First launch SD AIM-9 Sidewinder — November 28, 1990
First launch SD AIM-120 AMRAAM — December 20, 1990
(Missile launches began with the end of the second month flight test)
 
For the first three months (until December 28, 1990) both layout completed 74 flight
 
Modified F-22A
(Visible differences from the YF-22A — sweep across the front edge of the wing is reduced from 48 degrees to 42 degrees, to improve visibility pilot cabin pushed forward by 178 mm, front edge vozduhopoglotiteley shifted backwards by 356 mm, the area of ​​the vertical stabilizer is reduced by 20%, the configuration wing and stabilizer been adjusted to improve aerodynamics, strength and increase stealth characteristics)
 
First flight — September 7, 1997
First serial — January 7, 2003 (entered at Nellis AFB)
Adopting a — 2005
produced 187 serial fighters to 2012 (the latest BBC in December 2011 — the average rate of production as from 2003 — 20-21 cars per year)
 
8 prototypes built, the total number of machines 195 units (four lost in accidents — 1992 (model), 2004, 2009 and 2010 (serial). Currently, the U.S. Air Force has 184 F-22A fighter
 
F-22 and T-50. REFERENCE POINTS

 

The first two models of the T-50 PAKFA (first flight)
T-50-1 — 29 January 2010
T-50-2 — 3 March 2011
 
Tests guns
Not conducted
 
During the first 19 months (until August 16, 2011), both the layout completed 84 flight
 
Municipal Tests — 2014
Mass production — 2015
Taking up arms — 2016
Plan — 60 fighters by 2020 (average rate as of the 2016 — 12 cars per year)

Source: Military parity

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