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Three Different Radars Recorded The SU-30 Kill

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  1. Windjammer

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    Apparently there were three different types of radars which were monitoring and recording the PAF operation ''Swift Retort'' on the morning of 27th February against Indian air and ground targets. The three radars, ground-based, F-16 and AWACS work totally independently of each other. One is American radar tech (F-16), the Ground-based radar purportedly having latest upgraded German tech modules and the state-of-the-art Swedish AWACS, on all three r the SU-30s blip vanished from the radar scope after the AMRAAM made its mark. Surely all 3 radars can't be faulty at one time .That explains the reason why the other SU-30 ran for dear life and exited the arena supersonic. If the SU-30 Hassan engaged wasn't hit then why did the other SU-30 run away? And why didn't the targeted SU-30 which apparently dodged the AMRAAM resurface on the radars? That also explains why the Mirage-2000s avoided to engage as they found out on the radio about the violent end of the SU-30. The reason the IAF Mirage pilots gave to disengage was due to a mysterious malfunction on their radars and that too of both Mirage 2000...i mean what are the odds of that, seriously !! It also explains the panic that was created that caused them to shoot down their very own Mi-17.
     
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  2. war&peace

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    That's the key point. Three different radars, three different technologies and makes...monitoring and registering the same event.
     
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  3. Keysersoze

    Keysersoze SENIOR MEMBER

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    Where is this coming from?
     
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  4. Windjammer

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    Lets just say some well placed sources who several weeks earlier also disclosed that a very high ranking PAF official was directing the whole operation while flying in an F-16.
     
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    Well it is common knowledge that PAF AWACs were flying and monitoring the mission while JF17s and F16 participated on Pakistani side while and definitely there ground radars as well.
     
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    Where there is smoke, there is fire... and thats more than a hell of a lot of smoke...from whichever POV you look at it.
     
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    well bro
    you clear a lot
    hope paf soon release statement on whole operation
     
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    just wooooow
     
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    the fact that india was unable to carry more such balakot like strikes on post feb 27 clearly shows that their su30 was shot down and due to this fear they deescalated.
     
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  11. Tejas Spokesman

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    Lol.
    Both Su-30 were over lofty Pir Panjal range at the time.
    On detecting missile fire, the Su-30 carried out a high speed dive behind the mountains to disappear from radar and return back to Halwara. (ground clutter in Pir Panjal is so high that even high flying Awacs radar cannot detect low flying jets over Pir Panjal).
    The AMRAAM simply timed out after losing Lock and self detonated and it's debris was found near a village right on the foothills of Pir Panjal.

    As IAF jets are forbidden to operate Solo, wingman also flew back to Halwara.
     
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    PAF will not be required to release statement...indians will admit a lot more...
     
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  13. Keysersoze

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    So who was the Mig21 flying with? Where is his wingman?

    At the end of the day you definitively lost 5 crew and two aircraft to take out some trees and a crow

    Well if the had Rafale it would have gone differently apparently. Also they captured a Aim120 casing...
     
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  14. war&peace

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    Exactly, one survived and one shot down
     
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  15. Tejas Spokesman

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    His wingman Sqn Ldr N Singh safely returned back to Halwara after evading an AMRAAM.
    Which is why 51 sqn also got AMRAAM dodger patch along with 221 Sqn Sukhois.
     
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