MOST Insane Military Aircraft In The World

MOST Insane Military Aircraft In The World From fifth-generation fighter jets to experimental
space planes, today we look at the MOST Insane Military Aircraft In The World. #9 Boeing EA-18G Growler
The most advanced modern method of airborne electronic attack, the EA-18G Growler is a
source of military support in the field. This plane safeguards strike aircrafts thanks
to its ability to tactically jam and protect electronics during hazardous missions. Thanks in part to powerful afterburners, the
maximum speed of the Growler is a whopping 1,190 miles per hour or Mach 1.8. The EA-18G typically isn’t weighed down
by heavy machinery as its normal payloads consist of external fuel tanks, jamming pods,
and some missiles. A larger jet, the Growler has room for a single
pilot and a weapons system officer, despite being equipped with minimal projectile weapons. Regardless of equipped self-defense capabilities,
though, pilots of this plane tend to be more concerned with matters of disruption and radar-tampering. #8 Lockheed Martin X-59 QueSST
One of the latest projects of the United States X-planes, a category assigned to experimental
planes under development for the U.S. government, the X-59 Quiet Supersonic Transport, or QueSST
for short, was devised to test the potential for supersonic transport. Lockheed Martin won the design contract to
build this aircraft in 2016 with an extensive time table for building, testing and reporting
the results of scale models beforehand. Earlier this year, NASA awarded them with
a $247.5 million contract to continue with the project and go on to fully design, construct
and deliver the plane by 2021. The sharp-looking, needle-nosed aircraft is
meant to work as a low-boom flight demonstrator as its expected to have a ground noise of
about 60 decibels. That’s only one one-thousandth the volume
of a current supersonic plane. The QueSST’s long, narrow frame plays a
large part in this process as it keeps the shock waves generated by the supersonic speeds
from coalescing. Though still in its early stages of development,
the quest to create a speedy yet silent aircraft looks optimistic with the X-59!
#7 ESAero/Tecnam X-57 Maxwell Revealed by a NASA administrator in June of
2016, the X-57 Maxwell was the first X-plane project announced in nearly a decade. Part of an initiative to decrease reliance
on fossil fuels, improve performance and reduce aircraft noise, the X-57 is a fully electric
aircraft with 14 electric motors along its wings. Seating two, this relatively small aircraft
maximizes out at approximately 100 miles and 1 hour of flight time. However, thanks to its electric powered fuel
source, engineers believe they will be able to cut down on energy use five times over. As with all X-planes, the development of the
X-57 Maxwell is not funded in hopes of mass production but more simply for the ability
to experiment with specific technologies. Upon successful testing, the aerospace developments
made here could go on to be applied across the United States military and used in ways
we haven’t even conceived yet. #6 Mitsubishi X-2 Shinshin
At the turn of the twenty first century, the Japanese government turned to the United States
military in hopes of upgrading an aging air force. They sought to purchase F-22 Raptors, the
top of the line stealth fighter jet at the time, but were rejected due to a restriction
on exporting the jet by the U.S. military. As a result, the Japanese were left to devise
their own stealth fighter. In 2006, researchers began by building a test
models of a fighter jet at about one fifth the size of the final product and by 2007
Japan had decided charge head-first into the 40-billion-yen project with full steam ahead. Construction of the first prototype began
in 2009 and was finally unveiled 7 years late in 2016. Later that year, the X-2 Shinshin would take
its first test flight after a 10-year journey to completion. One of the features of this new aircraft includes
a three-dimensional thrust vectoring option, allowing the pilot to manipulate the direction
of the vehicles thrust with excellent precision. Another interesting design highlight is the
inclusion of a fly-by-optics flight control system. This would let data transfer quicker and unhindered
by replacing wires with optical wires within the X-2. Perhaps the most intriguing feature of the
X-2, though, the jet also features what its engineers refer to as a “Self Repairing
Flight Control Capability.” This is a process by which the jet will automatically
calibrate corrections to compensate for minor damages or failures and keep the plane airborne. Despite all these features and the time put
into the project, Japan decided in 2018 to reach out to other countries to assist with
completing the project as development of Japan’s own fighter jet continues. #5 Eurofighter Typhoon
Originally entering development in 1983, the Eurofighter Typhoon was the project of conjoined
efforts in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and Spain. France was originally involved in the project
as well, but left amidst disagreements and ended up developing the famed Dassault Rafale
independently. Spanning two decades in development, the Future
European Fighter Aircraft programme endured a slow, deliberate process to craft the agile
dogfighter that would be the Typhoon. In 1998, the first production contracts for
the fighter plane were signed and by 2003 the jet would enter operational service. As of 2016, the total number of Eurofighter
Typhoons procured by European and other nations totaled 599, bolstering a large percentage
of air-defence duties for the customer countries. #4 The Piasecki X-49 Speedhawk
With its large, vectored thrust propeller and lifting wings, this experimental helicopter
looks anything but standard. Another entry into the X-plane program, the
X-49 Speedhawk is a modified twin-engine, four-blade compound helicopter. In hopes of creating a much faster helicopter,
the United States Navy invested $26.1 million into this project by teaming with the Piasecki
Aircraft Corporation. Not necessarily meant to go into mass production
itself, the X-49 Speedhawk was developed to test the ability to integrate higher speed
technology into pre-existing helicopters. With hopes of reaching 200 knots or more,
the X-49 project was underway but transferred to the United States Army by 2004. Three years later, the Speedhawk would make
its first flight for only 15 minutes, but this would be the first of many. Since its first flight in 2007, the X-49 has
launched 80 flights with a total of 80 flight hours logged and it is currently considered
to be still in development. #3 Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor
A quintessential fifth-generation fighter jet, the F-22 is a twin-engine tactical stealth
aircraft design for a single pilot. This plane combines elements such as improved
aerodynamic performance, stealth capabilities, and a streamlined design to assist with critical
decision-making. These features culminated in one of the best
multirole air superiority fighters ever due to its groundbreaking combat capabilities. It even has a radar cross section less than
one ten-thousandth of a square meter, meaning the F-22 appears smaller than a hummingbird
against radar detection. With a maximum speed of 1,500 miles per hour
and a climb rate of 62,000 feet per minute, the quick and quiet Raptor is as versatile
as it is stealthy thanks to its electronic warfare, ground attack, and signal intelligence
options. Because of this the F-22 is partially responsible
for retiring a number of specialized planes. But top-of-the-line always comes at a price. One of the pillars of the modern U.S. Air
Force, 187 total operational F-22 Raptors file the ranks. Though excellent in completion, the Air Force
ran into many hurdles during production. One major problem, among the various reasons
for the hold up, was the price. At $150 million per unit, the F-22 program
is estimated to have cost the U.S. Air Force a total of $66.7 billion by the end of production
in 2011. The development of a successor, in addition
to the high price per unit, was also to blame for phasing out of the F-22. #2 Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II
Moving in to replace the F-22, the F-35 Lightning II provides a lot of the same, if not more,
versatility as its predecessor. This single-engined plane resembles the Raptor,
but not quite as large and costly. Upgraded avionics, stealth, sensor, and flight
control technology make the Lightning II an upgrade in almost every way. In addition, the F-35 features advanced touchscreen
and voice-recognition cockpit tools, as well as a helmet-mounted display, making for a
more efficient and simplified time piloting. These complex flight systems contain more
than eight million lines of code, allowing the jet to utilize network attack abilities,
data streaming, advanced communications and radar jamming. Despite these advancements, the cost per unit
of the F-35 is $91 million dollars, less than two-thirds the price per unit for the F-22! That being said, there are still some areas
in which the F-22 still beats out the F-35. Though smaller in stature, the F-35 is not
as swift as the F-22 with a maximum speed of Mach 1.6 versus the F-22’s Mach 2. The top takeoff weight for both vehicles is
also not in the Lightning II’s favor as the F-22 can lift an additional thirteen and
a half thousand pounds. And lastly, though equipped for aerial refueling,
the F-35 loses out to the F-22 Raptor in terms of long distance travel capabilities, hitting
its limit 400 to 500 miles short of its big brother. Despite these factors, however, the U.S. has
made the switch to the Lightning II. Delays and high costs have held up the F-35
program for more than a decade, but the jet saw its first use in combat earlier this year
to much success. #1 Boeing X-37
More often referred to as the Orbital Test Vehicle, or OTV for short, the Boeing X-37
is a large aircraft designed to be launched into space…and then reused after re-entering
Earth’s atmosphere and landing. The OTV has been used by the United States
Air Force since the project was transferred from NASA to the Department of Defense in
2004 with a total of five launches. Sporting a design more reminiscent of a shuttle
than a plane, the X-37 is currently in orbit around the Earth with a most recent launch
date in September of 2017! Each launch, the aircraft has remained in
orbit for longer and longer periods of time with its last trip lasting a total of 717
days and 20 hours! The OTV is an uncrewed vehicle and the majority
of its operations are kept under wraps by the U.S. government. The official word from the U.S. Air Force
is that the experimental plane is meant to test and demonstrate “technologies for a
reliable, reusable, unmanned space test platform,” but specifics lack any further detail than
that. As a result, public speculation regarding
this $192 million project has run rampant regarding the X-37 in recent years.

100 Replies to “MOST Insane Military Aircraft In The World”

  1. And the F-35 is not replacing the F-22! were is he getting this info from? These to will be around for a very long time😐

  2. The F-35 is not a replacement for the F-22 but it is for manly naval and marines to land vertically on aircraft carriers. Oh ya and it can land vertically. Its like a hairier and an F-22 had a kid.

  3. I want to make jets company but poor man can't do shit. Only people like ambani can open up jets company that is just one month older and got 250 billions of dollars contract what a joke to Indian people's, there own government is in rich man pockets..

  4. f22 , f35 …. all built on the russian yak 141 plans that were sold to the us by russia… so i guess its go russia
    let the butthurt begin

  5. Combusting gasoline seems so pointless, why cant they just take ownership of the tr3b, we got em, and its time that we claim them.. dont have time for lies and bullshit

  6. Fazed out? The F-22 is not being fazed out, wow, this site is a joke. The Raptor can fly circles around the F-35 while having nearly 800 miles more range. In 2021 the Raptor gets its first major upgrade. Upgraded F-119ng engines with better economy, thrust, going from a zone 5 afterburner rating of 38,600lbs thrust to 46,000lbs thrust or more while its mil power goes from 25,800lbs to 31,000lbs plus. Super cruise goes up to Mach 1.95. They will get new rotory missile racks able to carry 8 to 10 Aim-120D or the upcoming Aim-120E stealth AMRAAM that has a range of over 130 miles under power but with its speed of 4200 mph will be able to glide with full control another 20 to 25 miles. This missile climbs to over 100,000ft then when its target is near it will dive on it. It will also get 4 Aim-9X/Y with new smokeless engine and 55 mile range. Inside the F-22 gets the stage two system of the American F-35A's of which the F-35A's will get it in 2026 during its first upgrade. The systems, electronics get a miniaturization of its components that clear up even more internal space for extra fuel as the internal fuel goes from 26,500lbs to 30,000lbs giving it a combat range of 2300 miles add two drop tanks for a ferry range of 4200 miles. One last thing, the design specs of the Raptor called for a high altitude, stealthy long range air superiority fighter with super cruise and 12G maneuverability pf which it has met or exceeded all. The role in a war with China or Russia will be to fly high cover for the F-35's first strike on surface to air batteries with long range HARM missiles. The F-22 will be at 70,000ft or higher, this is what the design specs called for and the F-22 exceeded it. The F-22 is the only fighter that can operate at 75,000ft, turning, climbing..everything needed to take out the enemy that will not be able to fight at those altitudes. They may be able to zoom climb to that altitude but will have no control and fall back down to an altitude their engines and maneuvering devices can work at. The F-22 has huge powerful flaps, rudders basically all of its moving devices are optimized for 75,000ft and higher that also makes for a great maneuvering fighter at lower altitudes. The F-22 after its first major upgrade will be a 5.5 gen fighter.

  7. I like when Steven Hawkins narrates vids
    "That's a robot and Hawkins is dead"
    No sh*t! Steven Hawkins is a robot?

  8. I think it's time for the USA army release of technology they have an share it with the rest of the world

  9. Here in South Africa the State utilizes platforms like the radio, television and other media to unknowingly influence the public into complying to propaganda. Personal information is used to intimidated private citizens. psychological techniques are favorite military techniques used to subdue free thinkers

  10. The new jets got the same radar signeture as birds. But name one bird that can fly as fast than the lowes speed a jet can fly whitout stalling?

    If you se a signature of a bird sise object on your radar screen is flying over 500 kph its mostlikly a stealtplain. Unles the jet is flying whit max speed of a bird its kinda useless.

  11. The f-35 is a shit plane and was not built to replace the f-22…it has cost taxpayers 6x what the f-22 development and production cost. The 35 is a mediocre plane at best, the new f-15x is a better plane in every aspect over the 35.

  12. They could have designed the F35 with the Rapter engines-& could have been as visioned or hyped-politics & contracts-$$- but it's still good- I'm just glad they don't talk about the anti – grav,,,, anti gratitude from other- um , got to mow👋👍

  13. F-18G Mach 1.8 Big Deal F-14D Could Do Mach 2.3+ and still one of the Fastest Fighters Made Bet your Ass Navy Miss's that Plane

  14. Relax People…All about our immense complete strike fighter-bomber/bomber package capabilities, etc. Great array of all types of very capable vehicles/platforms also our Allies.   Relax.

  15. Umm, the government spending $247.5 million for a supersonic "transport" plane? Riiiight. I'm calling bullshit. Why would they want a transport plane to be silent?

    Also, nice job Japan for building that X-2 Shinshin, aka: The small version F-22. – All the online keyboard warriors from Russia, China, Japan, etc, all say their countries built a fighter that looks exactly like the Raptor..

  16. The Americans are so good at devising new ways of murdering other people so they can steal their resources.

  17. If the us didn't have so many bases in so many country's and keept our troops in a few pleases where they are really needed not just because we can and our allies its nice to have friends but an Allie that's more like a brother bond we need the ones that are loyal stay be our side no matter what not even money buy them lol but true lol

  18. You think there may be any message or thought in the mind of our leaders of Rev17:17 physically if we look at meaning its interesting and the spiritual eternal.. what do you think if you think about these things just a rsndom thought on my heart. No offence and excuse if you read and have no interest. Its just the channel start date that is or is nr a coincidence.Big Love super fun presentations to watch will Smash the like and Share.

  19. I'm sorry, "Growler"?
    That must mean something different in the US than it does in Britain! LOL!

  20. Talk about a bunch of idiots fake fucks spend all this money on defense yet no Americans I am one Fucking American in this country if you to fake as fuck to know what protects this country from within you worthless fake fucks . Americans know what how and how to check so you cunts change name burn my fkllags and get fucked pathtic sorry ass fucks some even have balls to pretend they Patriotic . None do for long aroundy American ass u dnow them asap I hear pathtic ass fake fucks running there cocksuckers

  21. I was in the best place for me, when I was outside the State of Alabama. That's all I can tell you.

  22. It is not difficult to understand that it must be an American or Western, probably a Russiaphob / Russia hater who made this video. Russia has many aircraft that are much more insane than most of the planes presented here. For example, when an F-22 has met a Su-35 in Syria, then they have either been thrown off or always had to be in front of the Su-35, which also has a radar that sees long-range stealth aircraft and every day that goes, Russia's radars in the aircraft itself to about 5 different fighter jets, with Mig-31 having the best radar, then Su-35, Su30, Mig-35 and more. Be realistic, a Eurofighter cannot be compared to a Su-35, nor the Japanese so called stealth fighter that they themselves have chosen not to use; instead of using, they have chosen to use the F-35 which would not have a chance in a dogfight against the 10 best Russian fighters, even a Jak-130 would take out an F-35 in a dogfight!

  23. I hate these videos. They are put together for clicks and are no where near correct.

    Why are they even comparing the F-22 and F-35. If the producer knew anything… The Japanese weren't able to buy the F-22 but ARE buying the F-35 🤔 why? They have completely different roles. The F-22 even though it was made before the F-35… Is meant to shoot down the F-35. The F-35 is a MULTI-ROLE where as the F-22 is an AIR SUPERIORITY fighter. They should know this just by the planes they replace but w/e🤷🏻‍♂️ and people liked it… How?

  24. Interesting history, but passe and obsolete. The public needs to learn about zero gravity Air and Space crafts already in existence. And the public needs to know exactly who controls that technology.

  25. They only release news of technology that's been known for 15-20 years so I'm guessing this is also 1520 yrs old technology which makes me think invisible craft (co cameras all round so it looks see through) and most "UFO" crafts are just classified military aircraft

  26. Топ 10 странных самолетов и странных летательных аппаратов в мире

  27. Loving this one thanks for sharing very important information giving thanks blessed love to all knowledge is power hopefully everyone pays attention keep up the good work 🙏🙏🙏🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲💪💪💪

  28. Eurofighter but no Rafale…
    You know that Eurofight is really a big piece of trash
    French, italian and english fighter are far more better

  29. World Stirred With the Spirit of War
    The world is stirred with the spirit of war. The prophecy of the eleventh chapter of Daniel has nearly reached its complete fulfillment. Soon the scenes of trouble spoken of in the prophecies will take place. – Testimonies for the Church 9:14. ChS 54.5
    I was shown the inhabitants of the earth in the utmost confusion. War, bloodshed, privation, want, famine, and pestilence were abroad in the land…. My attention was then called from the scene. There seemed to be a little time of peace. Once more the inhabitants of the earth were presented before me; and again everything was in the utmost confusion. Strife, war, and bloodshed, with famine and pestilence, raged everywhere. Other nations were engaged in this war and confusion. War caused famine. Want and bloodshed caused pestilence. And then men's hearts failed them for fear, "and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth." – Testimonies for the Church 1:268. ChS 55.1

  30. Satan delights in war, for it excites the worst passions of the soul and then sweeps into eternity its victims steeped in vice and blood. It is his object to incite the nations to war against one another, for he can thus divert the minds of the people from the work of preparation to stand in the day of God.Satan works through the elements also to garner his harvest of unprepared souls. He has studied the secrets of the laboratories of nature, and he uses all his power to control the elements as far as God allows. When he was suffered to afflict Job, how quickly flocks and herds, servants, houses, children, were swept away, one trouble succeeding another as in a moment. It is God that shields His creatures and hedges them in from the power of the destroyer. But the Christian world have shown contempt for the law of Jehovah; and the Lord will do just what He has declared that He would – He will withdraw His blessings from the earth and remove His protecting care from those who are rebelling against His law and teaching and forcing others to do the same. Satan has control of all whom God does not especially guard. He will favor and prosper some in order to further his own designs, and he will bring trouble upon others and lead men to believe that it is God who is afflicting them. HB 344.2 – HB 344.3

  31. The price tags on these aircraft are absolutely outrageous!! Talk about extortion in the name of Freedom. The crazy thing is they keep getting more and more expensive. At $22 Trillion in Debt and climbing, the Military Industrial Complex (MIC) will take this country to it's grave!

  32. Most “insane” – this word should probably be replaced with capable, efficient, effective or similar. A plane made of cheese for example would be insane……see comment lower down fo other words!

  33. "MOST Insane Military Aircraft In The World"
    NOT! You wan't insane? Any Kamikazi aircraft!
    Six out of eight. X59, NASA's. X57, also NASA's. All civil.
    Facts Matter.

  34. Why don't you just give the plans away also ! Don't you have even a shred of modesty , or security awareness..?

  35. I still think that the Gruman A1 should be redesigned with 21st century technology for a long range long loitering ground attack aircraft. Replace the radial engine with gas turbine

  36. The aerodynamics of the F-35 is shit compared to the Raptor there's tons of issues in that department. The F-35 is basically a smart jet so advanced it'll probably never have to be in a dogfight situation with its state of the art tech system.

  37. I was recently seeing on You Tube more more Advanced Fighter Jets of China & Russia, a lot more than what you have shown in this video. Please check out the other China & Russia Advanced fighter Jets Videos available as a possible update to your particular Video here. Thanks!

  38. Unlimited funds and technology available for mass murderr….nothing for social servives.
    Westerners are bewilderingly stupid

  39. Yeah super sonic flight they picked Lockheed


    should of picked them in 1960 instead of Boeing's 2077 We could of won

    What I was not talking trash

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