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Battle Of Stealth Brothers: Why US’ F-22 Raptors Can Decimate F-35 Jets In One-On-One Encounter?
 

on November 24, 2020

By Mansij Asthana

Amid the race to built sixth-generation fighter jets by a host of countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, China, two crops of fifth-generation fighters still stand supreme as things stand in terms of modern aerodynamic designs and futuristic features— and guess what? Both of them belong to America.

The Maryland-based American aerospace juggernaut Lockheed Martin despite tough competition from Northrop Grumman and other aircraft manufacturers has helped the US reach the absolute summit of defense aviation with the development of the stealthy pair of F-35 Lightning and F-22 Raptors.

The two fighters are unarguably the most advanced when compared to any other fighter jet on the planet, however, what one often wonders is who will come out on top if both of them are pitched against each other.

https://eurasiantimes.com/battle-of-stealth-brothers-why-us-f-22-raptors-can-decimate-f-35-jets-in-one-on-one-encounter/
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..."however, what one often wonders is who will come out on top..."

No, no I don't.  I do know however that they will be complementing each other, going in together as part of strike packages.

But to their purported "point", the F22 was designed from the outset to be a FIGHTER, the F35 was designed to be a STRIKE aircraft.

The designation as "F" for fighter, doesn't in anyway infer they both have the same mission.

F117 anyone?
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