The 1980s saw the dominant players in European aerospace design collaborate to create a fighter jet capable of matching Soviet models—the result was the Eurofighter Typhoon.


This article by Harrison Kass, writing for 19FortyFive, makes the following points:
  • Despite the Cold War ending, the Typhoon project proceeded the Typhoon making its debut in 2003.
  • The Eurofighter Typhoon is not a stealth fighter; however, it was made stealthier by reducing the jet’s radar cross-section.
  • The Typhoon has also proved to be highly agile at low and high speeds.


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