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The Russian Ministry of Defense received the first mass-produced Su-57 fighter aircraft.

The Russian Ministry of Defense received the first mass-produced Su-57 fighter aircraft.

Algeria will be the first customer of the Su-57E fighter. The first flight of the Su-57 has not been fully mature for nearly 10 years, and the first production Su-57 also crashed. Many netizens believe that Algeria's purchase of this machine may become the test "white mouse" of the Su-57E.

Moscow, January 29 The Russian Ministry of Defense officially accepted Russia’s first mass-produced Su-57 fighter on the 29th.

According to the announcement released on the website of the Russian Ministry of Defense on the same day, the Su-57 fighter number “01” will be in service with the Russian Air Force.

Sukhoi Company, located on the Amur River-Common Youth City in the Russian Far East, will significantly increase its Su-57 fighter production capacity from 2021, and is currently stepping up the task of supplying 76 Su-57 fighters to the Russian Ministry of Defense.

The Su-57 fighter, known as the T-50 in the experimental stage, is a multi-functional fifth-generation fighter developed by Sukhoi, a subsidiary of the Russian United Aircraft Manufacturing Company, in the 1990s.

It has the characteristics of supersonic cruise, high stealth, super mobility, etc., and is used to replace the Su-27 and meter.

Gram-29 and other fighters.

The Su-57 fighter jet flew for the first time in January 2010.

According to the plan announced by the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Russian army will equip three Air Force aviation regiments with 76 Su-57 fighters by 2028.

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