MOSCOW (AFP) - Russia on Tuesday unveiled its first stealth fighter to the public, lifting the curtain on a secret project designed to flood the market with cheaper versions of better-known US jets. The Sukhoi Tu-50, being developed jointly by Russia and India, made its maiden flight at a Far East airbase in January 2010 and was rolled out for public viewing at the MAKS international airshow outside Moscow. Two of the sleek silver prototypes are due to perform air stunts Wednesday under the watchful eye of Russia's powerful prime minister, Vladimir Putin, in a show of Russian military confidence in the much-delayed project.