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The Truth of 27th Feb Gradually Being Revealed by India - Rafales must fly in with Meteor AAM

Discussion in 'Indian Defence Forum' started by Windjammer, Dec 5, 2019.

  1. Dil Pakistan

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    This is TRUE!

    But Pakistan (PAF) will then reveal the "secret" it is hiding at the moment...."that" will stop IAF in her tracks.
     
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    AESA doesn't means seeker have a range of 70 Km, with such a small diameter radome there is no way that seeker head has a range of 70 whether its AESA or not , you assume by yourself, go read some simple physics bro you don't know what are you talking about
     
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    yeah okay man...
    :tup:
     
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    trolling and we all know nothing about seeker range of PL-15, and KLJ-7V2 has a difficulty to detect/track targets for its extreme range (full range) and by the way all Fighter jets radars have a difficulties to detect/track their target at extreme range (full range) and you're talking about to guides PL-15 to this extreme range, how stupid you're
     
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    What about PL-15 on JF, range 200 LOL
     
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    for block-2 no PL-15, only block-3 will have PL-15
     
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    For that to happen Pak would have to prepare accordingly to counter Rafale. Rafale with meteor is not to be taken lightly.

    I hope Pak has effective counters for when that scenario happens.
     
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    yes, we are talking about near future
     
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    A squadron of J-31 would be a perfect counter. Hopefully it's ready soon..
     
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    I am not assuming, but it’s quite simple. PAF won’t go for an inferior in house solution just to cut costs or get self sufficiency. Definitely the radar development will have backgrounds from China/others
     
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    Are you talking about local or Chinese AESA to be inferior
     
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    After a skirmish, PAF does have few JF-17s equipped with PL-15s. Surly JF-17 doesn't have the capability to use PL-15 to its full range but having 100km range for JF-17 along with F-16s with AMRAAM was enough for PAF at that hour of crisis.
     
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    Where the Proofs/ confirmation by PAF (official) pictures etc etc, this is only rumors presented by some fanboys
     
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    How naive you are. Who is going to provide proof on public forums for you? Everyone knows about Jy-27 at Mianwali but no press release yet from MOD. Behas bar e behas se ijtaanab krain. If you have eyes and internet you can easily find images and articles about 100 pl-15s shipped to Pakistan in between 28 feb and 5 march. ager apka "ka'an chita na hoa to".
     
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    Pl-15 equipped Thunders would do the job well too.

    The Meteor might have a fancy propulsion and two way datalink system but the seeker on the PL-15 is AESA (making it jam resistant) and being larger will probably have more range. Exact range on both is classified but 150+km is confirmed.

    So in a Vs mode Rafaels will have to keep a JF-17 in target or have another Rafael keep it targeted for high probability. Wherease for PAF a Thunder could fire its missile and leave with greater accuracy or have a AWAC (since PAF can customize them
    ) target the Rafael.

    Rafael improves things for InAF but it is not a game changer in AA since the RBE2-AA radar seems to have a similar detection range as the KLJ-7A for 3m2 targets.
     
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