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I have not heard it will be 6 months, I heard weeks.

Certain areas of the terminal, for example the area where hydrogen sulfide is removed from the oil (a critical step as refineries cannot accept Saudi oil if it has this corrosive chemical in it) was hit critically but not castrophically according to reports. Meaning it would be offline for a period of time, but not so long so that would justify a counter attack.

Another was the tanks, they were penetrated but the damage was not enough to cause the entire tank to be obliterated.

Iran’s attack was a message to the world protecting tankers in PG is useless as Iran can easily reduce oil production all across Middle East if it so chooses. It’s making good on it’s threats.

Iran’s goal wasn’t to destroy abqaiq or cause such massive damage that the US/Saudi arabia would be pressured to attack iranian oil facilities.

You have to learn to read the geopolitical chess game instead of being narrow minded and thinking everything US says is lies and Everything Iran says is truth. In end, take what everyone says with a grain salt, but move forward assuming it’s true till it’s not.
Precisely. This was a very thoroughly thought out operation. They most likely did series of extensive cost benefit analysis and risk assessment analysis and had oil and gas experts select the right targets to meet their mission criteria. They knew exactly what to hit, how to hit, and how strong to hit while keeping human casualties to zero. They likely tweaked the explosives amount to ensure the right amount of damage is delivered and not a bit more.
 

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Concept of a high-speed multi-purpose air-launched UAV
12 February 2015

Echo of the Cold War

X-55 (Kh-55) cruise missile designed in 1981 could fly over long distances, possessed high aerodynamic qualities, larger fuel reserves and minimal weight. The fact that it had to be based on a carrier-aircraft dictated the small size of the missile, requiring to fold a variety of aggregates – from wings to the engine and the wingtip of the fuselage. X-55 designers were awarded with the most prestigious state awards for their innovative project..


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This photograph was made on 24 October 1974 during the first ever air launch of the Minuteman I Intercontinental ballistic missile from the C-5 Galaxy carrier-aircraft. Henry Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State, used this historic launch as a diplomatic leverage to convince the USSR to sign SALT II treaty in 1979.

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Mini-jet



Bede BD-5 airplane (first flight in September 1971, 150 airplanes produced) got a chance for a second life in 2011 thanks to the successful design solutions used in this plane. BD-5 is equipped with TJ-100 engine produced in the Czech Republic, which made it a modern and affordable mini-jet on the market..

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Return delivery

Soviet engineers designed X-55 (Kh-55) “Kent” cruise missile as a response to American BGM-109 Tomahawk (time frames of design proccess 1972-1980). The missile, as well as its modifications, has surpassed its rival across the Atlantic in terms of design solutions and technical specifications.

It explains why the production of X-55 was transferred from Kharkiv State Aircraft Manufacturing Company (Kharkiv, Ukraine) to “Avitek” Vyatka Machine Building Enterprise (Kirov, Russia) in 1986, which was just a few years before the downfall of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the emergence of dozens of new nation-states, including independent Ukraine. According to the Russian media, the Kirov-based plant still produces this fearsome weapon.

Technical idea of X-55 could be modernised further in order to ensure its return as an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which would fill a niche in the multi-purpose high-speed UAVs market that could reach the speed of 800 km/h. By using a flying aircraft as a launching pad, as well as a feature of the UAV return back to the vehicle after the mission (see the Newsletter from 5 September 2012), it would enable to conduct a quick, secure and cheap (1) monitoring (2) delivery of small cargoes (up to 100 kg) with an opportunity to deploy it through a mini-ramp and (3) combat missions.

The main difference between Kent 2.0 UAV concept from X-55 is the use of modern carbon composite materials, a Czech-made TJ-100 turbojet engine with FADEC system and a lifetime of 3,600 flight hours, as well as modern rotating cameras (three camera gimbal, multiple camera configurations) instaled under the glass fairing UAV.

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One of the key tasks to solve in the Kent 2.0 UAV is what type of engine should be used.



All positive features of MS-400 notwithstanding, the UAV requires an extended lifetime in order to return back to the carrier-aircraft and to be used multiple times. TJ-100 Turbojet engine designed and produced by PBS Velká Bíteš (Czech Republic) can fulfil these requirements. After it acquired an EU certificate and a history of a successful use of more than 500 engines since 2008, TJ-100 became the preferable option for many innovative projects. The project has promising commercial perspectives, considering that the engine is equipped with FADEC system and has a comfortable price of 50,000 EUR.

Innovations and Continuity.

AN-72 / 74 were considered as carrier-airplanes for Kent 2.0 UAV, mainly because of the former excellent flight characteristics and a long-term exploitation history, including its use in military action. The high positioning of engines and opportunities to attach Kent 2.0 UAVs under the wing racks (AN-72P) or in the reel holder inside the aircraft also played in favour of choosing AN-72 / 74 as the base for a new UAV. Kent 2.0 UAV would be equipped with a non-satellite control system that operators have in AN-74 cabin (working space for a UAV operator and a necessary payload would take up to 8 working places).



Such a system would enable independent control of the eight UAVs at the distance of up to 100 km from the carrier-aircraft. The UAVs would be able to fly further for two hours, using waypoints with GPS coordinates. It is also important that Kent 2.0 UAV would be able to fulfil its tasks on lower height (from 50m) at a speed of 0.7 Mach. Once Kent 2.0 UAV enters a 100 km zone from the carrier-aircraft, it transfers collected visual information to the operator if necessary. The UAV operator and the airplanes’ loadmaster are responsible for mooring of the UAV back to AN-74. AN-178 and Embraer KC-390 could be used as option carrier-airplanes for the UAV. An approximate price for Kent 2.0 UAV is estimated to be between $400,000 and $500,000 (actual product only). This is considerably cheaper than the $1.59 million worth BGM-109 Tomahawk that could be used just once. The price for X-55 is not available for the public use, however, it seems to be relatively similar to that of the U.S. missile.



 

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ballistic missile and Hormoze-1 ballistic missile and Persian Gulf ballistic missile


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Qader Anti ship cruise missile

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there is other long range missile that i have never seen before like Velaiat - 2 long range Anti ship cruise missile and Velaiat - 4 short range Anti ship cruise missile
 
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clear violation UNSCR 2231 even worse you can see rear section warhead which has got nuclear components
in conclusion nuclear missile.
but I am 100% sure that we will adenine that and make justification
 

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we had Khorramshahr - 2 ballistic missile from 2011 that almost 10 years a decade ago :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: :enjoy: :smitten:




سردار احمد وحیدی سر جنگی برخی از موشک‌های بالستیک ایرانی به سرعت 14 تا 15 برابر سرعت صوت یا ماخ (در حدود 4600 تا 5000 متر بر ثانیه) رسیده و قابلیت اجرای عملیات ضد کشتی در برد بلند را دارد. این موشک و سر جنگی آن را می‎توان سریع‎ترین سلاح موشکی ایرانی دانست.

:yahoo::yahoo::yahoo: :cheesy: :cheers:

https://www.tasnimnews.com/fa/news/1398/06/31/2101898/گزارش-تجهیز-مهلک-ترین-موشک-بالستیک-ایران-به-کلاهک-جدید-سومین-سر-جنگی-خرمشهر-چه-ویژگی-هایی-دارد

Commander Ahmad Vahidi said warhead of some Iranian ballistic missiles can reach speeds of 14 to 15 times the speed of sound or mach 15 (about 4600 to 5000 m / s) and can perform long-range anti-ship operations, this missile and its warhead can be considered the fastest Iranian missile weapon. ;):tup:
 

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we had Khorramshahr - 2 ballistic missile from 2011 that almost 10 years a decade ago :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: :enjoy: :smitten:




سردار احمد وحیدی سر جنگی برخی از موشک‌های بالستیک ایرانی به سرعت 14 تا 15 برابر سرعت صوت یا ماخ (در حدود 4600 تا 5000 متر بر ثانیه) رسیده و قابلیت اجرای عملیات ضد کشتی در برد بلند را دارد. این موشک و سر جنگی آن را می‎توان سریع‎ترین سلاح موشکی ایرانی دانست.

:yahoo::yahoo::yahoo: :cheesy: :cheers:

https://www.tasnimnews.com/fa/news/1398/06/31/2101898/گزارش-تجهیز-مهلک-ترین-موشک-بالستیک-ایران-به-کلاهک-جدید-سومین-سر-جنگی-خرمشهر-چه-ویژگی-هایی-دارد

Commander Ahmad Vahidi said warhead of some Iranian ballistic missiles can reach speeds of 14 to 15 times the speed of sound or mach 15 (about 4600 to 5000 m / s) and can perform long-range anti-ship operations, this missile and its warhead can be considered the fastest Iranian missile weapon. ;):tup:
Nothing can stop khorramshahr. :tup:


clear violation UNSCR 2231 even worse you can see rear section warhead which has got nuclear components
in conclusion nuclear missile.
but I am 100% sure that we will adenine that and make justification
Interesting.
 

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Khorramshahr is an old missile from nearly a decade ago developed under Tehrani Moghaddam.

It is clear Iran has suffered setbacks in its long range missile development project. No new LR missile has been introduced since Sejill and Khorramshahr which were within years of each other.

Work at Shahrud is going slowly as engine stand tests that even Tehrani was doing back in years ago.
 

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This delirium serious on this forum. After the delirium of a nuclear warhead because of the new missile's head, here is the argument that Iran will not have advanced on its missiles. it's not serious here, really !!

The arrival of the Emad missile was there to prove that Iran improved their missiles on technique, power and precision. Let's see what the ianian authorities said about this missile in 2015:

- Emad (Supporter) Strategic Medium-range ballistic missile
(MRBMs); Iran's first maneuverable re-entry vehicle (MARV) equipped with SATNAV to evade enemy's anti missile systems and drastically improve accuracy.
The third generation of Iranian liquid-propelled Strategic MRBMs, after Shahab and Ghadr series -

And this is not cause that the shape of a missile does not change that its component does not change. Since 10 other variety of missile as in the series Ghadr 110 have seen the day. It's completely wrong and really demagoguery to say that Iran has not improved their missile series. The facts show that there is a constant improvement of missiles so there are no setbacks on the horizon ..
 

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This delirium serious on this forum. After the delirium of a nuclear warhead because of the new missile's head, here is the argument that Iran will not have advanced on its missiles. it's not serious here, really !!

The arrival of the Emad missile was there to prove that Iran improved their missiles on technique, power and precision. Let's see what the ianian authorities said about this missile in 2015:

- Emad (Supporter) Strategic Medium-range ballistic missile
(MRBMs); Iran's first maneuverable re-entry vehicle (MARV) equipped with SATNAV to evade enemy's anti missile systems and drastically improve accuracy.
The third generation of Iranian liquid-propelled Strategic MRBMs, after Shahab and Ghadr series -

And this is not cause that the shape of a missile does not change that its component does not change. Since 10 other variety of missile as in the series Ghadr 110 have seen the day. It's completely wrong and really demagoguery to say that Iran has not improved their missile series. The facts show that there is a constant improvement of missiles so there are no setbacks on the horizon ..
Reading comprehension must be your weakness.

I said no NEW long range missiles. Emad is a warhead not a Missile.

Iran’s 3 LR ballistic missiles can be broken down in Nodongs(Shahab family and its successors), Sejill (Ashura and Sejill 1&2), and Khorramshahr (1&2).

Since 2011, Iran has developed ZERO new engine designs for long range missiles. In that same timeframe, NK has developed 4-5 new medium & long range missiles including 1-2 ICBMs missiles.

Face facts, Iran’s LR Missile program is stagnated so they have shifted focus to accuracy and improvements on fateh Family.
 

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