Revived from a long canceled project, the F-33 Hunter is USAF's answer to Russia's/India's PAK FA project, meant to, eventually, replace the aging F-22 Raptor. The F-33 Hunter is the first Generation 6 fighter, equiped with technology that would be the basis of any newer military aircraft worldwide. Its most notable feature is the fusion-drive engines, allowing it to supercruise at the Hunter's maximum speed, as well as accelerate much faster, and reach new heights with an impressive top speed of Mach 3.
The Hunter is armed with 2 GAU-253/A cannons, as well as 6 internal and 6 external AIM-931C missiles, making it the most lethal aerospace fighter in active service. The F-39 Mustang II was developed following the success of the F-33.