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  • Sheogorath
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    • Feb 2010
    • 177

    , but this is a sad display of the constant anti-US propaganda fed to Russians.
    As oppossed to the fair-and-balanced view fed to americans where everything from Trump to Bernie Sanders, to widespread white supremacy and racism in the US is Russia's fault?

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    • TR1
      TR1
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      • Oct 2010
      • 9804

      Nice MiG-31 shot:



      Il-78MD90A:

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      • RpR
        RpR
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        • Jan 2013
        • 1128

        Austin
        AFAIK till Obama left his post the Fat man was not testing any thing , Only when Trump came he provoked him and then he fell for it and started testing nuke and missile , one thing lead to another. Till the last day of Obama there was no crisis on North Korea and it is not that when Trump came to the scene North developed missile and nuclear weapon , he just tried to deal with this situation different due to domestic Political compulsion
        That is nave ignorance at best and biased bs mostly.

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        • RpR
          RpR
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          • Jan 2013
          • 1128

          As oppossed to the fair-and-balanced view fed to americans where everything from Trump to Bernie Sanders, to widespread white supremacy and racism in the US is Russia's fault?
          That is an absolute fact.
          Bush did it has been replaced by Putin did it.

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          • wilhelm
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Dec 2004
            • 1654

            FBW, no one cares about your compulsion to bring US weapons/the F-35/criticise Russia in almost every single post.
            By all means rant and pollute your other favourite threads, but why post here when your compulsive anti Russian kneejerk reaction is so predictable and so evident?
            Why derail constantly with your compulsive need to try and always discuss US weapons or defend US policy in the RUSSIAN AIRFORCE thread.
            The rest of us couldn't care less about that kind of inadequacy from you.
            It's why many of us avoid the cesspit F-35 threads you feel so comfortable in.
            We are here for the Russian Airforce, not your meandering opinion on US policy.

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            • wilhelm
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Dec 2004
              • 1654

              And true to form, FBW has derailed, going by the last replies and responses.
              Yawn...
              Thanks TR1 for trying to keep the thread on track in spite of what goes on.

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              • FBW
                FBW
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • Dec 2011
                • 3290

                Easy solution, ignore function.

                Believe me, the last thing I want is a reply from you. Go play with ur friends on “russiastronk” forum. There are posters who can engage in discussion without crying every time someone thinks a poster is bashing Russia. I’m not, but it does show your personal inferiority complex.

                Go run to the ignore function to save your delicate psyche. I’ll stay here and any other thread I please thank you.
                (Apologies to others on thread, I was responding to article posted by Austin. Certainly was not looking for our nationalistic friend to jump on response with such vitriolic fervor toward a different point of view)
                Last edited by FBW; 30th November 2017, 00:31.

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                • JSR
                  JSR
                  Rank 5 Registered User
                  • Aug 2011
                  • 4950

                  Apologies to others on thread, I was responding to article posted by Austin
                  That article was just opinion of retired advisory role person. here is the more relevant active person statement that will make Russian military exports and energy prices higher.

                  http://tass.com/politics/978014
                  Putin favors Palestinian state with capital in East Jerusalem

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                  • KGB
                    KGB
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                    • Mar 2016
                    • 1426


                    The N. Korea section is truly shocking, there was no sabre rattling until fat man started nuke testing and test firing missiles on provocative trajectories near his neighbors. Discounting the war of words between the two egotists, the actions that threaten to upend that region have been prompted by DPRK. Wonder if Bondarev would feel differently if Ukraine was test firing prototype ICBMs in the waters of the Black Sea? S. Korea and Japan have every reason to worry when Jong-Un has shown willingness provoke with attacks on S. Korean islands and ships.
                    This political commetary is worse than useless in a forum like this. Fat man and US agreed to wait 60 days before opening talks. Fat man did no tests for 60 days. What did Trump do in the meantime ? 3 aircraft carriers and B1 bomber runs.

                    Not worth commenting

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                    • KGB
                      KGB
                      Senior Member
                      • Mar 2016
                      • 1426

                      FBW wants you to use the ignore function so that he can go unchallenged. So its just him and the polite posters who go along to get along.

                      His game goes like this.. He posts overly technical and politely worded petty criticisms or questions about Russian equipment and in doing so, he drags polite or unwitting posters into agreeing with him and making little concessions. Then when someone calls him on it, he screams troll.

                      (like when he suggested that the serrated engine tips maybe/must not be for the su 57 b/c they weren't good enough) "I guess Russia *could* have an LO Mig 35 in the works"

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                      • FBW
                        FBW
                        Rank 5 Registered User
                        • Dec 2011
                        • 3290

                        KGB- do find said post about MiG-35. Search my posts. You confused a response BIO had to another poster asking if that technology could be used on the Su-35S. I never responded because I couldn’t care less about your rants. But do look it up and then apologize because I said no such thing. You didn’t even know what you were looking at with that nozzle until I pointed it out. My only comment about that particular nozzle was after Berkut stated it wasn’t the type 30 engine, so it might be a prototype, not the definitive production nozzle. (And since then another nozzle claimed to be for the type 30 has been posted)

                        Might it be better for all if we move on, already asked admin to delete this last page.
                        Last edited by FBW; 30th November 2017, 03:57.

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                        • TR1
                          TR1
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                          • Oct 2010
                          • 9804

                          Given the pantheon of ignorance you have built on this very forum, you have some gall to accuse others of anything KGB.

                          Your insane paranoia and need to defend anything Russian related aside (do you get paid for to post? I sure hope so, because if not, damn), in no way did FBW imply that the "nozzle was not good enough" or whatever else you think he implied about the Su-57s stealth.
                          In fact, he claimed the exact opposite, that the nozzle was indeed a low RCS design. The rest was others speculating that it indeed might not be izd30 related because believe it or not, Saluyt and Saturn are different and often competing firms.

                          Also, funny since I recall you saying the Su-57 was an evolution, or related family member (or something similar) to the Flanker, which aside from being utterly wrong, sounds like an criticism of the design relative to clean-sheet projects.
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                          • Austin
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                            • Oct 2003
                            • 6463

                            Interview with general designer of the Concern of the East-Kazakhstan region Almaz-Antey Pavel Sozinov.

                            Characteristics of the C-500 will be significantly higher THAAD
                            "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                            • Austin
                              Rank 5 Registered User
                              • Oct 2003
                              • 6463

                              CSTO to acquire flag and emblem

                              https://rg.ru/2017/11/30/v-chetverg-...-2018-god.html
                              "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                              • Austin
                                Rank 5 Registered User
                                • Oct 2003
                                • 6463

                                Peter Butovsky on the prospective Russian aircraft radar surveillance and guidance A-100

                                https://bmpd.livejournal.com/2979054.html
                                The fuselage Il-76MD-90A

                                A-100 was created on the basis of the glider Il-76MD-90A, whose production is being established at the Ulyanovsk enterprise "Aviastar-SP". The prototype A-100 was created using a glider with serial number 01-03 and registration of RF-78651, which was handed over to TANTK on November 21, 2014. Program A-100 (product PM) was initiated by the Ministry of Defense of Russia on June 8, 2006. The main contractor is JSC "Radio Engineering Concern" Vega ", which is responsible for the radio-electronic complex A-100. The plane itself was created by TANKT under the contract of 2007.

                                The A-100 aircraft should complement and replace in the future A-50 aircraft (including four upgraded A-50U). The A-100 borrowed the overall layout of the A-50, including a rotating radar antenna mounted on two fuselage posts. The S-band radar has active electronic scanning along the vertical, as well as mechanical scanning along the azimuth. The A-100 is also equipped with an interception system for electronic signals, as well as an onboard defense complex. Like the A-50, the A-100 is equipped with various satellite communication antennas located in the forward part of the fuselage.

                                Test stand

                                Before the A-100 in 2016, TANK them. Beriev made a conversion of the A-50 combat aircraft (on-board number "52") to the flying laboratory A-100LL for preliminary testing of the Premier complex. The first flight A-100LL took place on October 26, 2016 without radome antenna radome. The radar system "Premier" was first tested in the air on April 21, 2017.
                                "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                                • TR1
                                  TR1
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                                  • Oct 2010
                                  • 9804

                                  The other important Il-76 right now, LL test-flying the TV7

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                                  • TR1
                                    TR1
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                                    • Oct 2010
                                    • 9804

                                    IDK if these numbers are 100% legit, but better than nothing- numerous sources indicate A-135 missile speed was 3km/second (Mach 8.8) and the modernized variant recently tested is 4km/second (Mach 11.75). G-loads increased from 200 to 300G.

                                    https://www.gazeta.ru/army/2017/11/24/11002088.shtml#
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                                    • Austin
                                      Rank 5 Registered User
                                      • Oct 2003
                                      • 6463

                                      Since they have released video of the latest test any one who has the professional ability for video analyses can find the approximate speed of the missile by looking at it frame by frame.

                                      The second stage missile with low smoke solid propulsion seems to be more faster then the first stage atleast from my eyeball analysis.
                                      "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                                      • stealthflanker
                                        Rank 5 Registered User
                                        • Sep 2015
                                        • 1006

                                        The numbers looks reasonable enough for me. Afterall it's an ICBM interceptor it definitely require speed. Further calculations need to wait at least missile's dimension and general shape.

                                        Regarding the A-100 tho.. the description of the radar really reminds me of E-3. Except that E-3 is PESA radar. Im curious why Russians does not adopt Israeli solution in A-50EI . That seemingly better, full electronic scan. lot more reliable due to being fully solid state.
                                        Last edited by stealthflanker; 30th November 2017, 09:49.

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                                        • Austin
                                          Rank 5 Registered User
                                          • Oct 2003
                                          • 6463

                                          Bondarev spoke about the "failed" electronics Mi-28

                                          https://ria.ru/defense_safety/20171130/1509918854.html
                                          Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Defense and Security Viktor Bondarev criticized the electronics of the Mi-28 "Night Hunter" combat helicopter, as well as points for pilots.

                                          He expressed his dissatisfaction at a meeting on the legislative support of the military industrial complex and military-technical cooperation, responding to remarks by representatives of the defense industry, who spoke about insufficient financing of development projects by the Defense Ministry.

                                          According to Bondarev, Mi-28 brought to mind thanks to Syria, but the pilots note that they have not yet corrected all the flaws. "The electronics are floppy: the pilot does not see anything, he does not hear anything, they call these glasses, which they put on," death to the pilots. "The sky is cloudless - everything is fine, and if some smoke - three days with red eyes go," stated the former commander-in-chief VCS.
                                          "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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