|Hyundai K-2 Joint Strike Fighter|
|Role||Multi-role combat aircraft|
|National origin||Greater Korean Republic|
|First flight||December 1, 2008|
|Introduction||January 12, 2012|
|Primary user||Greater Korean Republic|
|Produced||2008 - Present|
The Hyundai K-2 Strike Fighter is an multi-role fighter designed and produced and produced by the Greater Korean Republic's Hyundai for use in the Greater Korean Air Force. The jet fighter was designed and tested in 2008, and used the F-35 Lightning II as the basis for the K-2. The K-2 has three main models; the K-2A is a conventional take off and landing; the K-2B is a short take-off and landing variant; and the K-2C is a carrier-based variant. An total of 172 were produced for the Greater Korean Navy and Greater Korean Air Force.