Iranian Stealth Fighter Plane!

Iran’s Qaher-313 stealth. That looks like a very complex and unstable configuration. I would bet you never see a video of this thing flying and pictures like this one are expected from Iran on occasion. Just as was the case with the Shaafgh fighter which was claimed to be an indigenous stealth fighter yet was nothing more than a copy of the Yak-130 with some slight reshaping, it was never seen again after only a few pictures were put in the mainstream. It’s unlikely the fate of this aircraft, if it’s even real, will be any different.
Iran's Qaher-313 stealth. That looks like a very complex and unstable configuration. I would bet you never see a video of this thing flying and pictures like this one are expected from Iran on occasion. Just as was the case with the Shaafgh fighter which was claimed to be an indigenous stealth fighter yet was nothing more than a copy of the Yak-130 with some slight reshaping, it was never seen again after only a few pictures were put in the mainstream. It's unlikely the fate of this aircraft, if it's even real, will be any different.

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I am a Software Development Engineer and I am interested in Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Neural Networks, Weapons Technology etc. I follow day to day geopolitical events and technological advancements very closely and enthusiastic about expressing my opinions on them. In future I wish to establish my own company. Young that I am, I am slowly learning and pacing towards fulfilling that goal. I also own the blog :- "www.combatgears.wordpress.com" which is popular in North America, Europe, India, Australia and Far East countries. I plan to expand this blog into full fledged defence journal in recent future. Me and my team constantly strive to produce quality and informative contents for our site at the same time present it in an interesting manner.

Posted on February 4, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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