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    That video on S-500 has but any thing to do with it , All it looks like S-400 system to me video cut and pasted from many sources
    "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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        another EW. MI-17, i guess

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          The original image (on RussianPlanes.net) says Mi-8AMTSh / Mi-17Sh - which is an attack (Shturmovik) designation.

          Be interesting to see what its true designation is????

          Fascinating to see all those lumps and bumps of the EW gear - must do wonders for the drag.

          BTW M-17 is the export designation of the Mi-8MT series - so in Russian service its a Mi-8etc etc.

          Ken
          Flanker Freak & Russian Aviation Enthusiast.
          Flankers (& others) website at :-
          http://flankers.co.uk/

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            Isn't it interesting that what seems to be the pito tube is repositioned forward of the nose by the help of a tubular frame?

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              "F-22 did not crave meeting with our fighters"
              The developer of radars for Su-35 and Su-57 - about the Syrian experience, competition with F-35 and "smart skin" of prospective combat aircraft

              https://iz.ru/704641/sergei-valchenk...istrebiteliami
              "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                Originally posted by Flanker_man View Post
                The original image (on RussianPlanes.net) says Mi-8AMTSh / Mi-17Sh - which is an attack (Shturmovik) designation.

                Be interesting to see what its true designation is????

                Fascinating to see all those lumps and bumps of the EW gear - must do wonders for the drag.

                BTW M-17 is the export designation of the Mi-8MT series - so in Russian service its a Mi-8etc etc.

                Ken
                Probably a Mi-8AMTSh (as labelled near te cockpit door) modified for EW.

                PS : Somebody knows the electronic package found on this version ?

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                  Originally posted by TomcatVip View Post
                  Isn't it interesting that what seems to be the pito tube is repositioned forward of the nose by the help of a tubular frame?
                  Already seen on an other "test" Mi-8AMTSh (Bort 9372). It's probably an easily demountable system located at a point where the turbulences due to the fuselage are the weakest. This kind of displaced pitot is also seen on other helicopters (Mi-28NM, ...).

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                    Algerian Mil being modernized with DIRCM in Moscow:

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                      Su-30SM with SAP-518SM.

                      Su-25SM3:





                      http://www.interfax.ru/russia/609165

                      Work on the first Tu-160M2 has already began.
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                        So we have like 4 kinds of jammer pod to flanker family eh.. The first would be L005 "Sorbitsya" Next gen would be SAP-518, the L-265 "Tarantul"/Modernized L-175 and behemoth SAP-14.

                        i wonder if there is any discernable physical differences between the former three.

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                          Does Su-25SM3 has MAWS doesnt seems like tough , These birds would be most vulnerable to MANPADS
                          "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                            Looks to me like it has the full "Vitebsk" MAWS suite.

                            Two rearwards-facing ultraviolet missile approach sensors (in a "V" arrangement), and one front-facing ditto next to the front gear, plus underwing jammer pods (Л-370-3с) and so on.
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                                can you translate in English ?
                                "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                                  Gotta fly below 150m.

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                                    why the envelope of 40N6E extend below the horizon ? Does it indicates Active Radar Homing ? and probably off board cueing method.

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                                      Does the suite of Su-25SM3 accurately reflects what his posters says ?

                                      https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DA8lD79XoAEQwZL.jpg:large
                                      "A map does you no good if you don't know where you are"

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                                        Does the suite of Su-25SM3 accurately reflects what his posters says ?

                                        https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DA8lD79XoAEQwZL.jpg:large
                                        No DIRCM on the Vitebsk? I wonder how this suite helps against MANPADS other than telling the pilot that he is going to be hit, am I missing something? Seems crucial to me for real world, counter-insurgency CAS

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                                          The blue line probably on the diagram describes earth curvature. Hence missile engagement minimal altitude is 150m even at range.


                                          @ Archangelski: thank you! If ever you have that Mi28 image also I would be delighted to see it.
                                          Last edited by TomcatViP; 20th April 2018, 12:58.

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