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| Thursday March 23, 2017
Mitsubishi ATD-X Shinshin stealth fighter has rolled out
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Last month, a leaked, blurry image provided an interesting preview of the first prototype of the Advanced Technology Demonstrator-X (ATD-X), the indigenous war plane that Japan Air Self-Defense Force will operate in the air defense role, replacing the ageing Mitsubishi F-2.
12-07-2014 - Tokyo, JP

On Jul. 12, the first official photos of the ATD-X with serial number 51-0001 were released by the Japanese Ministry of Defense Technical Research and Development Institute (TRDI), the Ministry of Defense’s agency that has developed the Shinshin (“spirit of the heart”, an early codename within the Japan Self Defense Force) for research purposes.

Source: The Aviationist

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