ArmChairCivvy wrote:Germany might be tempted to use the Tempest effort/ join it, to up the game from Tr3+ to Tr4?
"Thus any partners might be involved in some, all or just certain aspects of project."
Timmymagic wrote: I suspect they're not really looking much beyond the P1E, AESA and Centurion style upgrades at present for the potential order to replace T1.
Ron5 wrote:What, no stealth?
What, no stealth?
I have to admit the article is disappointing. The site did 3 articles this week with interviews with BAE covering new technologies for land, sea and air and really only scratched the surface using lots of fluff and buzz words.ArmChairCivvy wrote:
A lot of coded messages there, like automated weapon release
"Trusted reasoning: Future combat aircraft will require increases in processing power and novel algorithms to enable rapid decision-making against a range of threats."
Ares wrote:thanks to the high power GaN-based AESA seeker that has very long-range detection capability and very fast throttleable ducted rocket engine, JNAAM can track & kill the low RCS and highly maneuverable targets
US may buy it too since they are struggling to develop the successor AAM to ARMRAAM.
RetroSicotte wrote: The UK is not in the same situation as France and Germany where it is lacking for modern aircraft into the 2040's and onwards, what with F-35. The UK has the time to sit and develop this one.
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