China’s PLA Air Force aims to improve pilot training on J-20 fighter jets

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “China’s PLA Air Force aims to improve pilot training on J-20 fighter jets” – below is their description.

China’s new homegrown fighter jet, the J-20, is being put through its paces. New training sessions have been organised by the People’s Liberation Army Air Force, aimed at improving the combat use of the aircraft. Drills have been conducted to help pilots master the cutting-edge, fifth-generation stealth fighter.

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