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Thread: Provisional PAK-FA thread.

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    Provisional PAK-FA thread.

    Seems that PAK-FA thread get deleted together with the Quote button.

    So ,until it get restored can we use this one as a temporary replacement?

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    Ask the forum administrator to restore it. Last time it happened I think the thread creator accidentally hit delete and it took down the entire thread.

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    This provisional thread needs some Pak Fa porn.




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    Ask the forum administrator to restore it. Last time it happened I think the thread creator accidentally hit delete and it took down the entire thread.
    I think the very Forum was hacked very recently.. I was banned for several days now, and the only explenation i got was this(I kid you not!):

    You have been banned.
    Reason: You have been banned by the Laws of US trade embargo.

    Banned time to expire: Never.


    perhaps some threads were deleted as of this..

    Anyways
    I kind of liked this PakFa close-up:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLf6vUMT7K4
    Last edited by haavarla; 2nd May 2017 at 18:00.
    Thanks

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    ??????
    So you have been accused to sell PAK-FA porn to Iran????
    Joking obviously,someone probably has hacked the thread.

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    Same as Haavarla here. Banned without any notice until today.

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    Still nothing?! They should keep the thread closed until the Pak-Fa finally opens her weapons bay in front of a camera!

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    We still haven't had any visual confirmation of the news of T-50-9 prototype entering trials.
    Thee more the program goes ahead the more secretive it become.
    Let's hope something for the 9th of May.

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    how are these moments captured on camera?
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    http://izvestia.ru/news/691673
    Tactical Missile Corp is stating the Kh-35 is part of the T-50s weapons complex.
    http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/9098/rsz11rsz3807.jpg

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    Does every Kh-35 version have re-tracteble fins?
    Thanks

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    Anything on the Kh-59-MK2 ?

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    Kh-35 is less than 4 meters in airborne version so it can be carried internally, Kh-59-mk2 is specifically designed for it but I think would not be ready until 2020.

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    Corporate newspaper of Azov Optical-Mechanical Plant(AOMZ) is reporting that the first domestic serial-produced IIR seeker has made it through the Interdepartmental Trials. Name of the program Karfagen(RU for Carthage)-760.

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    Wonderful :3 lookin forward for it as MK-80 replacement for R-73.

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    Is that a single colour or dual colour IIR Seeker ?
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    Is that a single colour or dual colour IIR Seeker ?
    Dunno

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    http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/9098/rsz11rsz3807.jpg

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    The Karfagen-760 is a replacement for the Impuls I33-12 IIR seeker made by Arsenal in Ukraine.. both are dual-band seekers..


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    в основном за счет смещения сроков выполнения ОКР «Комплексная отработка технических решений по разработке автоматизированной аппаратуры (средства) контроля изделия «Карфаген-760» в связи с уточнением ведомостей исполнения, а также заключением дополнительных договоров с ПАО «Роствертол» на поставку комплектов и запасных частей СТО АМИ. По сравнению с 2014 годом объем ОКР и НТП увеличился на 61,1% (или на 91 262 тыс. руб.).

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    по разработке автоматизированной аппаратуры (средства) контроля изделия «Карфаген-760»

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    it seems FGFA deal is going ahead according to Indian papers quoting GOI officials involved in negotiations.a massive shot in the arm for UAC as India would have been impossible to replace.

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    MSphere - Are the Russians using IIR seekers in R-73s now?

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    the short answer to that is no.but the latest missiles such as the ones recently spotted on the su-35 in syria are IIR

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    Which missiles are those then? K-74M2?

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    At last after protracted negotiations, the deal is about to be signed .Almost all groundwork has been completed.


    Indo-Russian 5th gen fighter takes shape as deal on design to be inked soon
    India to be co-developer, get full access to technology and codes, say govt sources

    After years of delay, India and Russia are likely to soon ink a "milestone" pact to finalise the detailed design for the fifth-generation fighter aircraft (FGFA) and move ahead with the multi-billion dollar co-development project.

    Government sources said almost all the ground work has been completed to finalise the deal for the design of the jet as well as some other critical issues.

    "The contract for the detailed design would be signed soon and that will be a major milestone. It should be signed in the second half of the year," a top official involved in the negotiations with Russia on the project said.


    Asked whether India has linked the project to full-scale transfer of technology, the official, who requested anonymity, said both the countries are co-developers and India will have equal rights over the the technology.

    "We are co-developers. There is nothing called technology transfer in this project. India has equal rights. We will have the wherewithal to continue production. We are equal partner in the project," he said.

    In the negotiations for the project, India had insisted that it must get all the required codes and access to critical technology so that it can upgrade the aircraft according to its requirements.

    In February last year, India and Russia had revived talks on the project after a clearance from then Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.

    Since then, a lot of issues related to work share, intellectual property rights and technology transfer among others have been sorted out between the two sides, along with the monetary commitments.

    In 2007, India and Russia had inked an inter-governmental pact for the FGFA project.

    In December 2010, India had agreed to pay $295 million towards the preliminary design of the fighter, which is called in India as the 'Perspective Multi-role Fighter' (PMF). However, negotiations faced various hurdles in the subsequent years.

    Sources said the work on various co-development projects have been expedited following the government's renewed focus on modernisation of the armed forces.
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    Are there any plants in Russia which produce IIR seekers ? If not are those seekers being sourced from Arsenal of Ukraine?

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    ^^ That article made no sense to me..

    Asked whether India has linked the project to full-scale transfer of technology, the official, who requested anonymity, said both the countries are co-developers and India will have equal rights over the the technology.

    "We are co-developers. There is nothing called technology transfer in this project. India has equal rights. We will have the wherewithal to continue production. We are equal partner in the project," he said.
    wtf??
    Thanks

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    @haavarla

    As far as I am concerned it will be another JV based on the Brahmos model. We are going to produce it in India but some critical components,sub systems will be sourced from Russia just like in the case of Su-30MKI and Brahmos production.

    This articles makes sense in that there is finally semi official word that yes,the final developemental contract is going to be signed and the JV will move forward. Unlike the MTA JV which failed to takeoff.

    Most likely we are going to reimburse them the developemental costs of Pak-Fa. This deal will bring in much needed capital to the entire Pak-Fa project and will be beneficial for not only us but the Russian s as well. It may help to speed up things and the deal may include off the shelf purchase of an initial batch of Pak-Fa which will srve as a stopgap measure until the Fgfa is ready.

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    KH38MTE use thermal+ seeker which i think is IIR seeker. i dont think Ukraine can make IIR seekers previously.

    http://ktrv.ru/production/68/675/797/

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