PLA Air Force conducts cross-generational fighter jet training

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The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force recently organized a short-ranged aerial combat exercise between two generations of the China-developed fighter jets J-16 and J-20.

Dozens of J-16 and J-20 fighter jets took off from a military airport in northwest China to carry out confrontational training centering on fighting for air supremacy. Experts said the dogfight was a comprehensive training method aimed at eliminating enemy aircraft once they get into the pilots’ visual range.

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