The F-35 or F-22 Might Not Have To Ever Beat a Stealth Su-57 in Battle

Mark Episkopos
(U.S. Air Force photo by 2nd Lt. Samuel Eckholm).

Mark Episkopos

Technology, Europe

The Su-35, in one way, already has.

The F-35 or F-22 Might Not Have To Ever Beat a Stealth Su-57 in Battle

Today, airpower continues to be the crucial military ingredient in the enforcement of Russian “de-escalation zones” strewn across the western parts of Syria, and in intermittent bombing runs against opposition stragglers and ISIS targets.

(This first appeared earlier this year.)

“A unique machine, a deadly aerial fist,” is how the official television channel of the Russian Ministry of Defense introduced the Su-35S superiority fighter earlier this week.

TV Zvezda’s three-minute clip of a recent Su-35S training sortie over Syria provides close-up shots of the fighter jet being prepped for flight, taking off, cruising over the Syrian coast, and firing flares. On their youtube account, they published slightly extended footage of the same exercise.

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