Alleged Photos of Pakistan Air Force J-10C Emerge On Social Media

Alleged Photos of Pakistan Air Force J-10C Emerges On Social Media

Alleged photos of Pakistan Air Force J-10C emerge on social media. PAF’s sixth (22-106) J-10C can be spotted on the test lines in Chengdu.

The interesting thing about the photo is that the J-10c Chinese WS-10B engine. This aircraft will re-equip No 15 MR Squadron (Cobras).

Last month speaking to the media, the Interior Minister of Pakistan Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has revealed that a full squadron of 25 all-weather aircraft comprising J-10C will attend the Pakistan Day ceremony on March 23 this year.

The J-10C is the latest and most capable J-10 variant, and uses thrust-vectoring engines for enhanced manoeuvrability – something no Western fighter other than the F-22 does.

It benefits from stealth coatings for improved survivability. The aircraft uses a modern AESA radar paired with some of the world’s most capable air to air missiles, the PL-15 and PL-10, the former which is one of just two in the world confirmed to use an AESA radar for guidance. These missiles will also be deployed by upcoming improved variants of the JF-17.

The J-10C would provide Pakistan with by far the most capable combat jet in its fleet, and benefits from a much lower operational cost and lower maintenance needs than the ageing F-16A airframes.

Its access to YJ-91 cruise missiles provides much a much more dangerous air to ground capability than any Pakistani fighter.

With the J-10C having reportedly proven capable of outperforming heavyweight Russian jets from the Flanker family, due largely to its more advanced radar and missiles, the Chinese-built fighter would provide an effective means of countering India’s most dangerous fighter class the Su-30MKI.

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