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by Richard Fisher, Jr.
Published on November 18th, 2012

With the first ten minute flight of its new J-31 Falcon low-observable fighter, on 31 October 2012, China’s Shenyang Aircraft Corporation is beginning to shed some of its reputation as a replicator of scammed Russian Sukhoi designs. But Shenyang appears to be trading that reputation for one of a recycler of likely stolen American fighter design concepts.

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