In a move which has stunned the aviation world the United Stated Marine Corps has released CGI's of the Y-28 (supposedly F/A-29A in service) 'Jackhammer' advanced 6th Generation close support fighter. The aircraft, a single seat V/STOL design is set to make it's maiden flight at the turn of the next decade, the delay is said to be in part due to the difficulties of 6th Generation advanced technologies which will be used in the aircraft, which are rumoured to include the use of rail-cannon's and ERAAM (Extreme Range Air to Air Missiles) as well as voice and thought controlled flight/weapon systems.
The Y-28 is set to be produced by a previously unheard of aircraft manufacturer based in California called G.T.C.
The Y-28 will set new records in every field of aviation including time to alt', combat radius and even speed which is rumoured to be in excess of mach 3.5.
According to G.T.C. spokesperson Andrew Levington 'The "Jackhammer" will set new world standards in terms of combat survivability and effectiveness, in short it will make the F/A-22 look like a Spitfire in comparison.'
The 'Jackhammer' is said to take advantage of new stealth technologies, but no further comment was made.
The first CGI of the F/A-29A Jackhammer in Marine Corp service is below: