Chengdu J-20 Mighty Dragon (China, 2017)

Chengdu J-20 Mighty Dragon (China, 2017)

The Chengdu J-20, also known as Mighty Dragon, is a multiple function stealth fighter aircraft.

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Chengdu J-20, Mighty Dragon, fighter aircraft, fifth generation, airplane, stealth technology, touch panel, rocket, China, airforce, speed of sound, war, weapon, cockpit, armament, insignia, military technology, technology

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