This prototype is almost identical to "pegasus"drone developed by Northrop-Grumman about 10-12 years ago. I attended the private press event held in california that also covered the Global Hawk legendary exercise of the test flight from California to Australia. Which took place about 3 days after the press event. The full scale Pegasus had a simulator duplicate inside a hanger for the flight technicians to monitor...while the real example was flight testing. attached to a large robotic arm that would duplicate flight movements in real time and position. Ability to turn was much better than a sidewinder missile and in flight appeared to actually move perpendicular in directional change.
I love the design, and it seems that this would, in fact, be accurate to a 6th generation fighter. Though, I feel that this is incomplete. Modern avionics are advancing at breakneck speeds, and we may very well be seeing a new version of the "tandem" fighter, where the Radio Intercept Officer would control a small posse of drones. These drones could reduce the stress on a wingman, allowing pilots to fight more aggressively. What do you think?
Reminds me a LOT of EDI from Stealth, 2005 movie. Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle - Extreme Deep Invader, UCAV-EDI, call sign Tinman. Pretty cool movie actually. EDI is an AI, Artificial Intelligence, DNA fractal algorithms according to the movie, quantum processing at 10 Terabytes per second. And no, that is not a typo. You should poke at it, you'd like it I think.
According to the description, your design goes back to March 19, 2008, the Stealth movie (with EDI) was released July 29th, 2005. **shrugs** Dun matter really, it's still a cool design, just a lot of similarities. Sometimes the same or similar idea can be thought up by two people completely independent of each other. I've seen it happen myself. **chuckles**