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Russia's T-50 fifth-generation fighter equipped with super powerful cruise missile

Russia's T-50 fifth generation aircraft has been equipped with state-of-the-art tactical anti-ship cruise missile X-35UE (Х-35УЭ), capable of destroying any naval targets.

According to experts, the T-50 will become a multipurpose combat aircraft. The test of the new missile as an on-board weapon of the T-50 has been completed.

Due to its dimensions, the missile will be mounted on external suspensions of the aircraft.

In pictures: Sukhoi PAKFA fifth-generation fighter jet

The missile is capable of destroying objects from a small landing vessel to an aircraft carrier, as well as reinforcements, storage facilities, warehouses and military hardware. The missile is capable of overcoming radio-electronic interference and antiaircraft missiles. Similar missiles are used for MiG-29 fighter jets and Ka-52 attack helicopters.

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