These systems are good, but what we have seen as a live example in Saudi Arabia, that several SAMs are required to make inception of somewhat crude RVs. It's effective if you are expecting low-intensity combat but inventories and reloading will dry up fast in high-intensity warfare.
I still don't understand how a small group of a few thousand men managed to force the Qing dynasty into making concessions. Those British troops must've been the cream of the crop for it's time. I also read that British rifles were accurate to much larger ranges.
The only reason they can pay for all of this is because their government refuses to provide a national healthcare services like the rest of Europe who cut their militarism after WW2 in exchange for the social security for it's populace.
The thing people overlook is that universal health care in...
Looks like things are popping off here. Let's see how far this will escalate.
So far it seems like Iranian Border guards fired on Fuel transporters for unknown reasons, not IRGC. IRGC doesn't have any presence in border management.
I wanted to say firstly this is a great post.
Secondly I wasn't aware of the Taer-2s top attack approach to interception. That's very interesting, I've yet to hear another missile behave like that, but I don't have wide knowledge of other SAMs.
As you say, the global hawk wasn't necessarily...