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In Egypt, military maneuvers Nasser-6

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In Egypt, military maneuvers Nasser-6

The Egyptian Armed Forces conducted the exercises, which became the largest in the last ten years. They were attended by units of the air force, rocket forces, air defense and ground forces. The exercises were conducted with the aim of practicing defensive actions in the event of a sudden strike from the Israeli side in the direction of the Suez Canal and the enemy occupation of Sinai.

During the exercises, Egyptian F-16 fighter bombers flew over the Sinai Peninsula. Sinai entered tank units. These actions conflict with the provisions of the Camp David Accords. However, the Israeli leadership turned a blind eye to the actions of the Egyptian armed forces. The Israeli authorities “resigned” to the maneuvers and agreed to carry them out.

During the maneuvers, Field Marshal Hosni Tantawi, head of the Egyptian junta, spoke to the officers. He said that the military demonstrated fire accuracy and operational clarity, generating self-confidence.

During the maneuvers, the Russian and American-made mobile air defense systems were also tested.

The units of the Second Egyptian Army participated in the exercises. Also, live firing with the participation of rocket artillery.
The army practiced attacking actions against enemy fortifications in Sinai.

General Mohammed Hegazi, who is the chief of staff of the 2 Army, said that during the maneuvers, the Israeli invasion scenarios for the Sinai Peninsula and the African part of Egypt were being worked out.

According to the Arab press, after the terrorists launched a series of attacks in the vicinity of the Israeli city of Eilat last August, “the reoccupation of the Sinai by the Zionists became inevitable,” so Egypt should be doubly watchful while protecting its borders.
The exercises were held in January. The Western press almost did not cover this event.








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  1. Vadivak
    Vadivak 31 January 2012 20: 10
    +8
    Judging by the pictures, our equipment has been serving reliably since the 60s
    1. Ascetic
      Ascetic 1 February 2012 14: 11
      +3
      Quote: Vadivak
      our technology has been serving reliably since the 60s


      Even in the "skillful" hands of the Egyptians, which speaks of the genius of Soviet designers
  2. Hans grohman
    Hans grohman 31 January 2012 20: 18
    +5
    Yes, it turns out that the Egyptians have Abrashi!
    Somehow embarrassing is the fact that "the Israeli authorities" resigned themselves "to the maneuvers and agreed to carry them out." - it doesn't look like Jews, something is not right here.
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 31 January 2012 20: 26
      +4
      Quote: Hans Grohman
      Yes, it turns out that the Egyptians have Abrashi!


      There are "Arab" assemblies over the past 27 years, Egypt has purchased 11 batches of Abrams tanks. Currently in service with the Egyptian ground forces, there are 1005 American main battle tanks M1 Abrams of different versions and about the same number of our T-54, T-55, T-62
    2. Mujahiddin777
      Mujahiddin777 31 January 2012 22: 03
      +1
      The Israelis gave teachings to (ride), and then took back wink
      Only earlier MiGs flew, but right now the F-16 ... repeat
      1. wanderer
        wanderer 31 January 2012 22: 24
        +2
        In the IDF there are no Abrams you confused something
        belay
  3. Vrangel
    Vrangel 31 January 2012 20: 21
    +2
    After the Islamists came to power in Egypt, what can you expect from the ARE.
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 31 January 2012 20: 42
      +6
      Quote: Vrangel
      After the Islamists came to power in Egypt, what can you expect from the ARE.

      You know Eugene what you can expect from them anything you can correctly notice, but not victories, the last big victories the Egyptians won seem to have won over the Hittites during the time of Ramses II
      1. Vrangel
        Vrangel 31 January 2012 20: 50
        +3
        These were genetically different Egyptians. And the legend of the invincibility of the army of Israel is just a legend, or rather a myth.
        1. wanderer
          wanderer 31 January 2012 22: 25
          +1
          However, this legend is still alive))
          1. Vrangel
            Vrangel 1 February 2012 10: 52
            -1
            If one does not prejudice the Arab Israeli wars, then the focus should not be on the legendary character of the Israeli army, but rather on the "uniqueness" of its opponents.
  4. maksim
    maksim 31 January 2012 20: 25
    +5
    Vadivak,
    no doubt, because we were allies in many matters
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 31 January 2012 20: 30
      +3
      Quote: maksim
      because we were allies in many matters


      This is so, but only until the Hero of the Soviet Union Gamal Abdel Nasser was still alive.

  5. alatau_09
    alatau_09 31 January 2012 20: 47
    +4
    The temperature around the perimeter of Israel is heating up ... If Egypt breaks the Camp David Treaty, they will be hot in the oven ...
    Turkey and Egypt did not fail ...
  6. Vadivak
    Vadivak 31 January 2012 20: 53
    +4
    Quote: alatau_09
    Turkey and Egypt did not fail ...


    Yes, they became friends, especially after Israeli special forces killed Turkish citizens during the capture of the ship Mavi Marmara and did not apologize. And Turkey really wants to lead in the Muslim world, not only in the resort business
  7. LiRoy
    LiRoy 31 January 2012 20: 54
    +6
    Arabs are bad soldiers and allies, knowing only how to loudly shout "Alah Akbar" into the camera. But they are good traders who profitably sell their political loyalty. I am not a supporter of Israel, but I am practically sure that in the event of a mess, the Jews will give them a normal kick.
    1. alatau_09
      alatau_09 31 January 2012 21: 04
      +1
      Yes, petrodollars quickly washed out the gene of belligerence from Arab blood ...
      But, I think, it is enough for one Arab country to seriously shake up with Israel and others will help if not by entering the war, then by volunteers and not only, especially the countries of color revolutions, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Iraq, Afghanistan ...
    2. Vadivak
      Vadivak 31 January 2012 21: 05
      +2
      Quote: LiRoy
      I am not a supporter of Israel, but I am pretty sure that in the event of a mess, the Jews will give them a normal kick.


      Perhaps, on one condition - if if the Arab world starts to sell each other again as Sadat, in the midst of hostilities in 1973, Henry Kissinger began to bargain and sell the Syrians.
    3. General
      General 31 January 2012 21: 14
      0
      LiRoy

      I agree with you, but earlier the Arabs also depended on the situation much weaker and no one supported them, well, except for the USSR, which, in addition to the words, did not do much work, but Israel always had a faithful vassal of the United States that supplied from bullets to destroyers, and even the Arab spring has changed a lot, the situation in the Middle East has changed, if tomorrow the Arabs do their utmost to attack Israel, the Arabs have modern weapons at the expense of the petrodollars, and Turkey, which used to give a damn about the same Arabs, is still behind, and Israel remained in the region completely one, but of course Israel is a very strong state, have the most trained army in the region is not a joke
      1. LiRoy
        LiRoy 31 January 2012 21: 43
        0
        If by all the forces of the Arabs you mean, say, the League of Arab States, then here the comments are unnecessary, as they have quietly surrendered Libya, Syria and surrender each other if necessary.
        1. General
          General 31 January 2012 22: 15
          -3
          Syria remains a pro-Iranian and not an Arab country, and they don’t give a damn about it, and Libya the current government is much better than a Gaddafi fanatic for Arabs, certainly Gaddafi was a strong man
          1. LiRoy
            LiRoy 31 January 2012 22: 30
            0
            General: Libya the current government is much better than a Gaddafi fanatic for the Arabs.

            Best for whom? For the Americans and NATO, no doubt. For us, this is a big question. For neighboring countries and Libyans, it is unlikely, even if the organization "Médecins Sans Frontières" scrapped its mission due to security problems, although before that they worked in such African cesspools, which is difficult to imagine.
            1. General
              General 1 February 2012 00: 22
              +1
              I talked about lag and not about Russia, for Russia and Gaddafi was nobody
  8. Pavel V
    Pavel V 31 January 2012 21: 12
    +2
    Quote: LiRoy
    I am not a supporter of Israel, but I am pretty sure that in the event of a mess, the Jews will give them a normal kick.

    Most likely it will.

    Arab-Israeli conflict October 1956 — March 1957
    War losses: Israel - 190; England - 16; France - 10 / Egypt - 650-1650

    Arab-Israeli conflict June 5 - June 10, 1967
    War losses: Israel - 776 / Egypt - 11500; Jordan - 696; Syria - 1000-2500

    Arab-Israeli conflict October 6 - October 24, 1973
    War losses: Israel - 2569 / Egypt, Syria, Jordan - 18500
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 31 January 2012 21: 23
      +3
      Quote: Pavel V
      Arab-Israeli conflict October 1956 — March 1957


      Plus, though ....

      This conflict was not a war for the liberation of Palestine; rather, it was a struggle between America and Britain for control of the strategically important Suez Canal.


      Quote: Pavel V
      Arab-Israeli conflict June 5 - June 10, 1967

      Six Day War
      On June 5, 1967, Israel launched a preemptive strike that destroyed 60% of Egyptian military aircraft and 66% of Jordanian and Syrian military aircraft. The surprise factor also worked, although at that moment the Syrian troops were in the Golan Heights and controlled them, they heard an announcement about the capture of these heights by Israel on their own state radio

      Quote: Pavel V
      Arab-Israeli conflict October 6 - October 24, 1973


      Then I wrote the victory sold Sadat
      1. wanderer
        wanderer 31 January 2012 22: 33
        +1
        Before that, Sadat "sold" the victory. The Israelites occupied the entire Sinai, so he simply saved his country from shame.
    2. predator
      predator 31 January 2012 22: 28
      0
      ] Quote: LiRoy I'm not a supporter of Israel, but I am pretty sure that in the event of a mess, the Jews will give them a normal kick. [/ Quote]
      Of course they will, but when did they know how to fight? except in times of the caliphate.
  9. komrad alex
    komrad alex 31 January 2012 21: 34
    +2
    The Egyptians do not know the Russian proverb * Take care of the uniform, again, and the honor is young *, once sold to the Americans, they will be sold if necessary, so that these maneuvers-show-offs, while they are not against America, especially buying their weapons. Israel will not touch them, but if fate squeezes the villain, they will immediately remember that Russia is a great nuclear power, their faithful, reliable friend.
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 31 January 2012 22: 12
      +2
      [quote = komrad Alex] will immediately remember that Russia is a great nuclear power -their


      They remember this when the West changes one puppet (“friend and partner”) to another,
  10. Uralm
    Uralm 31 January 2012 21: 39
    +1
    The fact that the Israelis gave GOOD maneuvers is natural. Where to twitch it then? Since they themselves don’t even know what they want?
    The Israelis are rational. How else can they survive?
    Contacting the Egyptians is like not respecting yourself
  11. timurpl
    timurpl 31 January 2012 22: 05
    -3
    Guys, joke with a "hanging battery" on Abrasha's ass ... lol
  12. APASUS
    APASUS 31 January 2012 22: 06
    -1
    Since the Yom Kippur War, Egypt’s armament doesn’t seem to have changed much !!!!

  13. wanderer
    wanderer 31 January 2012 22: 38
    +3
    The question begs! And nah ....... Israel attack Egypt ???
  14. 755962
    755962 31 January 2012 23: 00
    0
    In the course of the maneuvers, the testing of the mobile defense system of Russian and American production was also conducted. And what kind of fences?
  15. Hauptmannzimermann
    Hauptmannzimermann 31 January 2012 23: 52
    0
    On the banks of the Suez Canal there is constantly a significant amount of armored vehicles, a pontoon-bridge park, self-propelled guns, along its entire length. There are also Soviet-made equipment from various manufacturers.

    Pontoons, pipelines failed.
  16. Hauptmannzimermann
    Hauptmannzimermann 1 February 2012 00: 11
    -1
    ARV based on t 55
  17. suharev-52
    suharev-52 1 February 2012 00: 38
    -2
    And let them ride, all the more Israel allowed. And the technique, yes .. very old. But even with old technology you can sell your life dearly, but for this you need a real military spirit. And is it, it’s hard to say.
  18. dred
    dred 1 February 2012 13: 09
    -2
    uu ambrams and nonsense. I did not know that the Egyptians bought nonsense.