• Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Gessler
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Gessler

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    1. SHAHED
      SHAHED
      No !

      i am back :)
    2. USAHawk785
      USAHawk785
      Yup, usually in the pacific ;)
    3. USAHawk785
      USAHawk785
      Thanks bro, glad to make your acquaintance. Take it easy!
    4. Abingdonboy
      Abingdonboy
      Thanks buddy- you too!!
    5. Abingdonboy
      Abingdonboy
      Well technically I am British- I was born here and grew up here but my parents were born in India and I have visited many times. I know I am British but I feel more Indian.
    6. Abingdonboy
      Abingdonboy
      Hi pal, I live in the SE in a town called Reading.
    7. SHAHED
      SHAHED
      thanks , you too :)
    8. SHAHED
      SHAHED
      same look but not me ;)
    9. SHAHED
      SHAHED
      thanks for friend ... :)
    10. King Solomon
      King Solomon
      Best wishes to you too!
    11. ptldM3
      ptldM3
      Sorry for the late reply. I do not know how accurate the figures are for the SU-34, but it is a heavier aircraft with larger cockpit, titanium tub, larger reinforced landing gear and additional avionics so it should weigh more than the MKI, the heavier the aircraft is the less munitions it will take. So to be honest I do not know the figures and I do not know if I trust internet figures since some can be wrong or outdated.

      As for storing weapons internally inside the SU-34, of course this can be done but it would be a lot of work and a lot of money, and if the designers go as so far as to incorporate weapons bays than I would imagine that they would go a step further and add other features to reduce RCS. Now in regards to the nose, my guess is that it is a result of the tandem cockpit, in other words it was the best design choice. The plus side is that it may very well have a lower RCS as a result.
    12. kingofkings
      kingofkings
      ya I'm, But there was a situation long time back due to which a bunch of us had left IDF.
    13. gambit
      gambit
      Pave PAWS operates in the mhz -- meters length -- bands. The X-band is simply too weak to reach that four-digits km distance. Currently, the Pave PAWS systems are located in Mass. and Calif. They are for sea launch ICBM warnings. There are other long range radar stations that includes Alas. but Pave PAWS is not part of them. And yes, they are operational.
    14. DrSomnath999
      DrSomnath999
      well i had posted regarding CFT in that thread only no more info i found though
    15. kingofkings
      kingofkings
      forward me your email ID ....
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