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| A visitor from United States posted Sat August 3, 2013:|
The forward wing sweep is a highly unusual feature. The photo is OK. It scored highly with me because of this technical feature.
| A visitor from India posted Tue February 3, 2009:|
This is the devil in the planes.
| A visitor from France posted Thu September 25, 2008:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 22, 2008:|
Well, the plane itself is pretty impressive, but a shot taken at this angle really makes his unusual outline to stick out, making it look like a great predator bird on a hunt...awesome photo.
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue June 17, 2008:|
What a munster - this really looks evil. (NOT making any claim about nationalities here, simply talking about the looks of that aircraft.)
| A visitor from Indonesia posted Sat August 25, 2007:|
Seems sophisticated and it has awesome shape, surely it can kick some ass
| A visitor from Spain posted Tue July 24, 2007:|
Wow!!! Beautiful Su-47!!! My favourite plane!!!
| A visitor from Australia posted Sun June 3, 2007:|
Amazing shot !! Well done !
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue December 12, 2006:|
I like this photo because the Sukhoi-27 is a magnifacent piece of enhinearing and i would make luve to it if given the oppertunity
| A visitor from Bulgaria posted Mon December 11, 2006:|
One word- amazing
| A visitor from United States posted Mon August 14, 2006:|
How long is this going to be an "experimental" airplane and enter service?
| A visitor from South Africa posted Mon August 7, 2006:|
| A visitor from Canada posted Fri July 21, 2006:|
| A visitor from United States posted Sat July 1, 2006:|
I love this aircraft!, what a great day it will be when these evil-looking machine takes to the skies when its test phase is over!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed June 21, 2006:|
What fantastic looking machine. i bet any one up against this will make a mess in their pants.
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri June 9, 2006:|
After all...what's the aim of your posts? Yeah, bronze..so what?
| A visitor from Singapore posted Thu June 8, 2006:|
Ok, lets drink to German FSW technology...Hic. Gold: Germany. Silver: USA. Bronze: Russia. Really, I couldn't help it, Tee-Hee! :-)
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri June 2, 2006:|
He-he. You're right: Russians are not pioneers at such design. But Americans aren't, too. The first plane was German Ju-287, you can find it in GoogleSearch :)I'm sorry for my first comment and bad English ;)
| A visitor from Singapore posted Thu June 1, 2006:|
Sorry, but I Didn't say that forward swept wing geometry is bad for fighters. The issue here is Not about "serial" or experimental. Fact is, forward swept wing technology is more than 20-years old and Grumman's X-29 "took the cake". Thank You :-)
| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Wed May 31, 2006:|
So you think such geometry is bad for fighter only because X-29 was unsuccessfull, don't you? Sounds funny. And another opinion about Berkut's stealth blindness is funny, too. S-37/Su-47 has only one problem - it's just an experimantal plane, not serial.
| A visitor from Singapore posted Wed May 31, 2006:|
While some folks find this Su-47 design truly unique and revolutionary, the US Air Force flew a similar experimental forward swept wing fighter in the form of the Grumman X-29 over 20-years ago!
Sorry folks, for disappointing you.
| A visitor from Bahrain posted Sat May 27, 2006:|
| A visitor from Iceland posted Fri May 12, 2006:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu May 4, 2006:|
This is a stunning machine, which is the best, the Su-47 or a Raptor? Tough call!!!
| A visitor from United States posted Sat April 29, 2006:|
Definitely not better than the F-22. The F-22 is faster, is STEALTH, and is just as manueverable. The S-37 radar wouldn't even pick up the F-22, and it would just get a missile up its ass from "nowhere."
| A visitor from Mexico posted Sat April 29, 2006:|
| A visitor from United States posted Fri April 28, 2006:|
What an interesting pic! And love the details of when and where! Keep posting the great pics!
| A visitor from United States posted Thu April 20, 2006:|
The famous "berkut" or "golden eagle" (if my russian is wrong, please somebody correct me). Do we have any updates about this fighter?, last time I read about it was in 2000. Its unique geometry makes this machine a contender.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue April 18, 2006:|
This is an awesome plane. I wonder what it's like to fly though..
| A visitor from Mexico posted Fri March 17, 2006:|
Interesting lookin´ plane! T.B.
| A visitor from Romania posted Sun March 5, 2006:|
One of the most interesting looking plane i've seen and probably the best, even better than f-22 :)
| A visitor from Ukraine posted Tue February 21, 2006:|
Trepeshite yanki trepeshite
| A visitor from United States posted Wed January 25, 2006:|
Wow. I had no idea this plane even existed outside of video games. Truly a wonder of engineering.
And probably a blast to fly 8)
| A visitor from Canada posted Fri November 4, 2005:|
Ah. This is a beautiful shot of a beautiful plane. Truly awesome.
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