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How Good Was The F-20 Tigershark?
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  1. Great looking aircraft with an even better name. I always considered the F20 as the F/A 18 before the military realized they needed the F/A 18 and how capable it is. Fighter? Yep. Ground attack? Yep. Tanker? Yep. Jammer? Yep.

  2. Should have used the F-20 to replace our aggressor F-5s and then have Northrop make a two seat version to replace our aging t-38s; that could have given Northrop an initial production.

  3. It came once the USAF already has the F-16. There were many countries interested with the Tigershark particullarly the F-5 operators nevertheless they'd like to buy it when the US also had it but the US never get any interest on it.

  4. This is why the F-20 Tigershark failed – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcZP2nwYteQ
    As someone said: Follow the money ! the F20 was clearly more cost effective and as good as, or better than the F16 as a weapons system. And General Dynamics and their political lackeys were never going to allow the F20 to succeed, as it would cut into sales of the F16. So they put the boot in and 'fixed' it so that the F20 wouldn't get any orders. I wouldn't be surprised if they had something to do with the fatal air crashes that happened to 2 of the 3 prototypes. The F20 was NOT a failure ! Its demise was due to it being too good.

  5. Somewhere in an alternate parallel universe, the F20 Tiger Shark was released.
    And its sales/advertisement song is:

    Tiger shark, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo
    Tiger shark, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo
    Tiger shark, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo
    Tiger shark

  6. They were also working on a larger wing that was similar to the F-18 wing, placed higher on the airframe, giving it more hardpoints. The team that worked on the Hornet was responsible for that. Check out the Secret Projects Forum for F-20 Big Wing for engineering images and several other threads, especially one with artist renditions of F-20s in Air Force colors, including two-seater versions.

  7. Chuck Yeager said it was the best fighter jet that wasn’t put into production. It wasn’t funded by the government. Northrop paid for it entirely on their own dime which I think is one of the reasons it wasn’t bought by any of the services or over seas markets.

  8. The single biggest aviation mistake was not building this beast.
    (meaning feasible designs) This thing ate everybody's lunch.

  9. Actually the F-20 didn’t compete with the then YF-17. The F-5 became the YG-17. Northrop took a lot from the platform and modified it producing the competitor to the F-16. The battle was already lost by the time the F5G (F20) hit the market. What is amazing is how successful the T-38 and F-5 variants were and the vastly more capable F-20 found no customers. Timing is everything.

  10. The TS is essentially a Saab Gripen and could have been a great export plane and certainly more capable snd cleaner looking than the early 16.

  11. When I was in the military in the 80’s, this program was dropped because the craft didn’t have the range of the other fighters of the time. But it was so deadly, the manufacturer couldn’t even sell it to our allies. Never heard how the manufacturer recouped their R&D costs?

  12. Also, had the F-20 gone into production, then the Saab JAS-39 Gripen and AIDC F-CK-1 Ching-Kuo would not have likely been developed/built.

  13. You mentioned that the early F-16's didn't have a BVR missile capability (the first ones were the F-16 ADV's issued to a handful of Air National Guard units in the late 80's/early 90's) – and wouldn't be AMRAAM certified until after Desert Storm. This was an intentional decision on the part of the USAF in order to keep the F-16 from being viewed as a competitor to the F-15C. By keeping the F-16A/early F-16C from having a BVR capability meant that it couldn't cover the same Air Superiority role as the F-15.

  14. Timing…the F-16 was already developed,built, in service and sold in numbers here and overseas. The F-16 already was being developed into more advanced models than the A. It was just a bit too late to compete directly. It would have been nice to see it offered to allies but most already had contracts for the F-16.

  15. 5:14 a cartridge starter is not new and not unique to jets. Many WWII piston fighters used the Coffman system of cartridge starters too. But it does surprise me that it could be used in a modern jet engine, given the nature of solid propellants.

  16. High performance, low cost, high reliability, low operating cost, long service life, highly upgradable = politically incompatible with the military industrial complex.
    This thing would be in service for years to come if it had have been put into production.
    Politics in all its filthy glory.

  17. The Tigershark lost to the F-16 for a number of BAD REASONS! Chief among these reasons was politics, politics, and more politics, plus bribes being paid by General Dynamics in the right places. The big Generals in the USAF were pissed at Northrop for cost over-runs and being years behind on the B-2 Stealth Bomber, as well as a group of USAF officers called the "Fighter Mafia" HATING the F-20 and having sway with the Chief of Staff of the USAF and other Pentagon big-shots sealed the fate of the F-20. And that is our loss!

  18. The GE F404 is going to be in Boeing's MQ-25 and T-7 Red Hawk as well. Both are state-of-the-art weapons systems. The only difference is that they now have FADECs installed on them.

  19. As far as the radar, etc., You have to remember, Northrop developed the YF-17, and the F-20, so the avionics could be cobbled together from YF-17 avionics.

  20. I always thought that it was a travesty that the F16 was chosen over this.
    In Iron Eagle exercises at the time this gave the Eagle fits. Politics over performance.

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