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No they cannot---. Only a pakistani is stupid enough to believe in hos own sh-it---.
This is the perfect example of a smart ***. How dare you underestimate us by insulting genuine Pakistanis 9who think you're a genuine cook) who have the good nature to develop a relationship between the courtiers.. this arrogant pesticide or I should call electrical salesmen is with I'm talking about, the KING OF FRAUDS .
 
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This is the perfect example of a smart ***. How dare you underestimate us by insulting genuine Pakistanis 9who think you're a genuine cook) who have the good nature to develop a relationship between the courtiers.. this arrogant pesticide or I should call electrical salesmen is with I'm talking about, the KING OF FRAUDS .
Hi,

Son--I realize now that you have some mental issues---. Please take care of your health.

I made an error in offering apology---and I take it back---.
 

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Ok I got my password thanks to Waz (standup guy or The Eagle but I doubt it was webmaster who doesn't really cater to people with problems, oh well)

So Mastanshkahan, you remember that Pakistani chick that worked somewhere in Qatar or the UAE I don't think Saudia would let a liar like that in that country LOLOL very very very obviopus she was a liar hey don't fee;l bad oh car salesman, many egyptian die we
re not better than y0ou;.

BUT, WHAT I DO RESENT ESXTREMENY BY YOU IS you THINK,KING YOU ARE PERSONA;;U BETER THAN ANY EGYPTIAN AND HOW DO i KNOW THAT? even @The SC one of the greatest guys on this forum said a few post before he aggreged with me about that lying chick because when we opened up the thread for the 6th October war were we nihilated the Barlev line 16 post sand crossed the Suez canal after shutting off all the FIOLTHY ISRAELI fire hoses they installed and we watched them at nighttime and took nighttime vision and send frogmen in to shiut the valves with cement hahahahahahahahahahaha what a Buch league of idiots yoou know what that means? IF not I'll tell you. Egyptian army new EXACTLY What those screaming fitly one-eyed bandit wanted to do with OUR PRECIOUS BIBLICAL LAND had set up to burn any Egyptian crossing in a dinghy or boat or anything like twat and you brushed it off like it was nothing!! jELOUYSLY IS A KILLER AND A AGE OPPRESSOR REMEBER THAT. Oh and BTW, you know who got sweet case of the burning flames? YEP. you guessed it the ahole Israelis in their bunks screaming like cowards just like Private Ryan. At last those Germans had dignity and came out running trying to save themselves. these cowards were crying and you can gear them from Ismayilya hahahhahahah. Hemere welade el kalb!

Now back to your girlfriend who shamelessly pointed out at how dangerous and unreliable the Egyptian pilots are in the Kuwaiti exercise is nothing but a COMPLETE liar. because guess ? you want the dangerous in the sense that using evading sneaking techniques and luring close battel to avoid BVR and to down th enemy in your territory. This is what the Egyptian pilots were doing and practically destroying every single 1qir force so what does sweehweart say? LMFAO

And to show yuo the class of THE Egyptian piolot, this sSu-22 asked control tore if he could destroy the entire gang of thieves and call in o[additional strikes, command said no their burrieying their dead let them do it.

Anyone have that GREAT picture of the hundreds dead thieving Israeis SCUM being burried in OUR sina and the Su-22 was just performing recon? Please post it for me and Maskhabadaman. @The SC please find it and post it for me I'll owe you one. and Maskhsdabman, do yourself a favor and tell your tootsie roll to shut the hell up until she knows what the seh REALLY is talkingabout. :lol:

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EAF MiG AND RAFALENDOING BUDDY-BUDDY AND MUST BE A UNIVERSAL BASKET WEAVE OR MODIFIED.

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Not sure if it is these ones..

https://testpilot.ru/review/war/egipet_2.htm
 
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Hi,

Son--I realize now that you have some mental issues---. Please take care of your health.

I made an error in offering apology---and I take it back---.
Hahaha, that's your best comeback? Nothing substantive or counter-argumentative? Just poor, self pity combined with a small inconsequential dig? That's because you know that chick was a pure liar of the biggest elk and once confronted by me, she quieted down for many, many pages.

BTW, why did you change a lot of my posts or cross them out? I know it wasn't a moderator because I said nothing wrong and would've been warned by them. Next time have more courage.

YES! I couldn't find it for some reason. So this MiG-21 and a couple others destroyed this scummy band of land thieves and both were recon aircraft, the 21 and 22 and both asked command for permission to destroy them completely as it is part of war just as they did the same to many of us is 1967 and command said no, let them bury their dead and care for their wounded. This is the class Egypt has in war and maybe had it been more ruthless, it would've taken the entire Sinai and forced the US to confront Russia. They should've napalmed every one of them (even though Geneva Convention doesn't allow it {especially wounded marked helo evacuation) but see how much of that the Israelis got around LOL) or captured them.

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BTW, why did you change a lot of my posts or cross them out? I know it wasn't a moderator because I said nothing wrong and would've been warned by them. Next time have more courage.



YES! I couldn't find it for some reason. So this MiG-21 and a couple others destroyed this scummy band of land thieves and both were recon aircraft, the 21 and 22 and both asked command for permission to destroy them completely as it is part of war just as they did the same to many of us is 1967 and command said no, let them bury their dead and care for their wounded. This is the class Egypt has in war and maybe had it been more ruthless, it would've taken the entire Sinai and forced the US to confront Russia. They should've napalmed every one of them (even though Geneva Convention doesn't allow it {especially wounded marked helo evacuation) but see how much of that the Israelis got around LOL) or captured them.

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Youngman, you are acting confused. I have nothing to do with crossing out your posts or changing them---.
 

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From the French Air and Space Force:
You love those pyramid shots, eye? :lol: Love seeing the A-400 in Egypt almost more than the Rafale to be perfectly honest with you. We ordered 4 of them but couldn't make the financing work and 2 weren't going to work. But notice one thing, I learned many years ago when I got in the cockpit of a DC10 is how easy it is to navigate those aircraft with those screens and find destinations and return them to base. Now with much more sophisticated GPS, it's 50xs easier.

The other thing that is cool to notice about the Rafale is not that it took 20 years to sell their first batch, but that especially triangulated canard does not act as a stabilizers. I'm sur you know that but not too many know that it only controls the amount of air flowing over the wings, not like the Typhoon whatsoever which actually is a stabilizer.
 

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You love those pyramid shots, eye? :lol: Love seeing the A-400 in Egypt almost more than the Rafale to be perfectly honest with you. We ordered 4 of them but couldn't make the financing work and 2 weren't going to work. But notice one thing, I learned many years ago when I got in the cockpit of a DC10 is how easy it is to navigate those aircraft with those screens and find destinations and return them to base. Now with much more sophisticated GPS, it's 50xs easier.

The other thing that is cool to notice about the Rafale is not that it took 20 years to sell their first batch, but that especially triangulated canard does not act as a stabilizers. I'm sur you know that but not too many know that it only controls the amount of air flowing over the wings, not like the Typhoon whatsoever which actually is a stabilizer.
Yup close coupled canards FTW!
The design philosophy behind the Rafale is just lovely, designed to be "Omnirole" from day 1, Carrier ops, Running low to hit Moscow with Nukes....just wow.
The AdA also train like hell to validate such concepts, some dangers encountered as such:
https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/fren...ltitude-training-flight.702200/#post-12972143
The USAF boss just indicated towards a 4.5Gen jet also possibly forming a big part of future operations:
https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zo...thats-less-advanced-than-f-35-to-replace-f-16

Raw performance of Su-35S/Euro Canards/F-15EX etc will still be useful 30-40 years down the line
 

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Couple of interesting developments - today "US secretary of state made a phone call Today with the Egyptian Foreign Minister Both parties discussed issues of mutual interest & exchanged views on regional issues US secretary of state expressed concern over Egypt’s potential procurement of Su-35 fighter jets from Russia https://t.co/mfQ2QvOC5B" / Twitter

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Funny how they're still concerned about the Su-35SE.

On another cool note, Egyptian Navy becomes the first user of the MBDA MICA NG VL surface to air launch missile to equip all the Gowinds and Meko frigates.

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Some interesting new pics of EAF F-16s and pilots and some pretty interesting munitions hanging on the underwing pylons.

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EAF Block 52 part of the aggressors squadron going on a certain traveling mission with the CFTs, additional underwing tanks and that carry/baggage center line canister.
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One of the cooler images of an EAF AN-74 that I've seen in a while.

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Egypt fighter deal still ruffling American feathers
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As 2020 was a bumper year for fighter aircraft across the MENA region, Jon Lake looks at this, and various other, defence matters.


Upsetting the US: The first Sukhoi Su-35SKs were delivered to Egypt on August 5.
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The first Sukhoi Su-35SKs were delivered to Egypt on August 5, after the signing a $2 billion contract for 24 of the Russian-made fighters in March 2019.

The Su-35SKs followed a similar number of Dassault Rafales and 46 MiG-29M/M2 fighters.
The deal attracted the ire of the US, with threats of sanctions under the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) regulation.
This prompted Major-General Nasr Salem, a professor of strategic studies at the Nasser Higher Military Academy, to ask: “Why doesn’t the US supply Egypt with the F-35 fighters that it supplied Israel with, since it is objecting to the Russian Su-35 fighter deal?”

Though the US has been unwilling to export the Lockheed Martin F-35A Joint Strike Fighter to the region, in an effort to ensure that one of its allies maintains a ‘qualitative military edge’, the US and the UAE are understood to be working towards having a letter of agreement for the supply of F-35s in place in time for UAE National Day, celebrated on December 2.

Any delivery of F-35s to the UAE will inevitably lead to pressure from Saudi Arabia to acquire more advanced fighters, in order to maintain the ‘balance of power’.

Saudi Arabia could make its own request for F-35s, or could confirm its long-expected order for 48 more Eurofighter Typhoons – ensuring that these are to the latest standard, with the new Leonardo ECRS Mk 2 radar, which provides advanced electronic attack capabilities, allowing the aircraft to operate even in the most contested airspace.

The Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) has now received almost all of its 84 new-build F-15SA Advanced Eagles ordered in December 2011. It received the first two in December 2016, with an additional 26 in 2017, 21 in 2018, 25 in 2019, and four in 2020 for a total of 78 delivered to date.

Just six remain undelivered, and three of these are expected to remain in the US for training and test duties.

The new build F-15SAs are to be augmented by 70 F-15SRs – existing F-15S Strike Eagles converted to the new F-15SA standard.

In Iraq, the worsening security situation has led to a withdrawal of US advisors and contractors from some air force bases, including Balad, home to the Iraqi Air Force fleet of F-16C/D fighter-bombers. This, in turn, led to a dramatic reduction in F-16 serviceability and availability.

Iraq received the first of 28 F-16Cs and eight two-seat F-16Ds in mid-2015, equipping the 9th Fighter Squadron at Balad. These aircraft were, by far, the most capable aircraft operated by the Iraqi Air Force since the end of Saddam Hussein’s rule, and have been heavily committed to the war against the so-called Islamic State.

There have been reports that the Iraqi Defence Ministry has undertaken discussions with Moscow with the aim of purchasing the Mikoyan MiG-29 to replace the troubled F-16 fleet. It would seem likely that Iraq is being offered the modernised MiG-29M/M2, as used by Egypt.

The Saddam-era Iraqi Air Force operated first generation MiG-29s, taking delivery of some 38 aircraft. Five were shot down during Operation Desert Storm, 12 were destroyed on the ground, and four fled to Iran. Of the remainder, about 12 were still in service when the type was withdrawn from use in 1995 – a retirement prompted by a need for engine overhauls, which Iraq was unable to undertake.
Syria was also an historic operator of the original MiG-29 variant, taking delivery of 48 from 1988, 14 more in 2000, and then about 22 second-hand aircraft in 2001-02.

About 20 were upgraded to MiG-29SM standards from 2011, gaining a new N019ME pulse-Doppler radar, compatible with the Vympel NPO R77 ‘Amraamski’ air-to-air missile, and with new hardpoints allowing a heavier weaponload to be carried, including a number of new precision-guided weapons.
The cockpit, navigation and communications systems, were also upgraded.

One of the upgraded aircraft was lost in a fatal accident at Shayrat Air Base in March 2020.
On May 30, the Syrian SANA news agency reported that Russia had supplied Syria with a “second batch of modernised MiG-29 fighter jets” that it claimed were “more effective than the previous generation”.
The new aircraft were handed over at Khmeimim (the main Russian air base in Syria), before being dispatched to different bases across the country. They were reported to have begun combat operations on June 1.

The two batches of new MiG-29s were said to have included between six and 10 aircraft each, but the variant involved was not specified.

The new aircraft will probably be fitted with Talisman jamming pods, a number of which were acquired from the Defence Initiatives company in Belarus, and which have been used by Syrian MiG-29s for some months.

Some of the new aircraft seem to have been flown on to join General Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army Air Force in Libya, with the US Africa Command issuing a press release alleging that the MiG-29 jets flown to Syria had been intended to support Haftar.

Unmarked MiG-29s did begin operating from Al Jufra in Libya from June 2020. One of them was reportedly lost on June 28, and another on September 7.

With relations between Azerbaijan and Armenia deteriorating, Turkey deployed Lockheed Martin F-16 fighters and TAI T129 attack helicopters to Nakhchivan Airfield in Azerbaijan to participate in the ‘TurAz Qartalı-2020’ joint exercises.

Though they had returned home by the time tensions exploded into full-scale military conflict between the two Caucasus neighbours, there are reports that Azerbaijan has requested the sale of T129s for its own air force.

Another helicopter request has been made by Jordan, with the US State Department approving the possible sale of a single UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter.

The Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF) has previously taken delivery of eight UH-60L and two VIP-configured VH-60M Black Hawks, augmenting the survivors of eight S-70A-11s acquired in the 1990s and five ex-US Army UH-60As that were donated in 2015.

All are operated by the RJAF’s No30 Squadron, based at Zarqa, as part of the Special Operations Aviation Brigade.

 

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