[Freemanlist2] US made F-35 stealth will not be able to fire until 2019, the Russians are testing their cannon this year] Gun for the PAK FA will be tested in 2015
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[IMRA: While the on-board cannon of the US made F-35 stealth will not be able to fire until 2019, the Russians are testing their cannon this year]
Gun for the PAK FA will be tested in 2015
Weapons for the fifth-generation fighter are developed by High Precision
27 January 2015
The Instrument Design Bureau from High Precision Systems is testing this
year the gun for the Russian fifth-generation T-50 (PAK FA) fighter.
Flight tests of the 9A1-4071K modernized rapid-aircraft cannon, which can
exhaust its entire ammunition capacity in any mode, were conducted on the
Su-27SM. In 2015, developmental work is planned to test the gun on a plane
of the fifth-generation – the T-50.
Currently, the official terms of reference and the state contract are being
finalized, according to TASS. PAK FA is Russia's fifth-generation multi-role
fighter. It is being developed by the Sukhoi Design Bureau, where the
fighter has been designated as the T-50. PAK FA first took to the skies in
2010. In total, eight aircraft are being constructed; five of which are
already flying. Serial deliveries of the fifth-generation fighter to the
army are to begin in 2016.
The T-50 provides a system of automatic target recognition. In the lining of
the PAK-FA special transceiver elements are integrated, allowing the
aircraft to respond to all surrounding objects and to transmit signals to
the pilot of any threats.
The main structural elements of the fighter are manufactured by Rostec
enterprises. The power core was developed by designers from the United
Engine Corporation. The cabin lights and trim were developed by specialists
from RT-Chemcomposite. Avionics and onboard electronics, which satisfy the
requirements of a fifth generation aircraft, were developed by Concern
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