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PANTSIR already part of Air Defence ???

Discussion in 'Pakistan Army' started by Zarvan, Dec 13, 2018.

  1. Zarvan

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    if yes than why dont we know
    if no than this is an embrassement that why did they post sucha photo
     
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    It happens

    I wad in murree a couple of years back they had a pic of jaguar aircraft....i was livid.
     
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    Of course it is
     
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    Copy paste i think
     
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    Not first time though ?? Previous events also displayed it
     
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    We didnt know about A100. It literally popped out of nowhere. With that in mind, it could be in the arsenal.
     
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    Since when anyone sure its not a typo :o:
     
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    That's surprising, iirc was reported on this forum in 08 with the order being signed in 07.
     

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    just a printer mistake man
     
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    Its Chinese SD12 variant , panstir clone. Pakistan tested.. don t know if it ever inducted.
    The Sky Dragon 12 is a short-range surface-to-air defense missile (SAM) system developed and manufactured by the Chinese Defense Company NORINCO (China North Industries Corporation). The system was unveiled for the first time during the defense exhibition in South Africa, AAD, September 2014. The Sky Dragon 12 short-range SAM system is designed for key-point and field air-defense of small-size military objects and areas against mass air threats, such as aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles, UAVs and precision-guided weapons, as well as reinforcing 35mm AA (Anti-Aircraft) gun air-defense group coverage, forming the AWS2 missile/gun integrated air defense weapon system.

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    12 km range.
     
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    That is a Pantsir! The radar on the vehicle is definitely Pantsir and not anything else.
     
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    https://warisboring.com/can-russias-pantsir-air-defense-system-handle-drone-swarms/


    The Pantsir already had a mixed combat record in Syria. The Syrian military began receiving the first of 40 Pantsirs in 2007, but like the rest of Syrian air defenses, the Pantsirs have had little success in shooting down Israeli warplanes during their frequent raids.

    In May 14 2018, a Pantsir reportedly was destroyed by an Israeli Spike missile. Russian media murkily claimed the unfortunate Pantsir was inactive, or had somehow expended all of its missiles.

    A Syrian Pantsir apparently shot down a Turkish RF-4 Phantom in 2012.

    Russia has deployed its own Pantsirs to protect its aircraft and personnel at Hmeimim air base in Syria, and the Pantsir’s manufacturer has claimed the systems shot down incoming rocket artillery as well as numerous drones operated by the United States, Turkey, and Syrian rebels.

    On Jan. 6, 2018 the Pantsirs at Hmeimim engaged a swarm of 13 kamikaze drones deployed by Syrian rebels, shooting down seven. Electronic warfare assets reportedly disabled another six.

    In April 2018 Russia reinforced the Pantsirs at Hmeimim with Tor-M2U systems. Murakhovksy’s anonymous source suggests an explanation. Though to be fair, this was not the Tor’s first-ever deployment in Syria.

    But are the negative reports reliable? Kofman cautions “I would say industry competition plays a role in this discussion and so while facts may support the overall conclusion, context matters,” he said. “The Pantsir didn’t perform miserably, it simply doesn’t have a radar suitable for tracking small slow-flying targets. It was not built with that mission in mind. What’s the evidence of Tor performing better? Well, the one article that seemed to reflect very positively on Tor and very negatively on Pantsir.”