Airplanes of the Russian Federation approached the destroyer Donald Cook, but they were intercepted by the Belgian F-16 - NATO message


The press service of NATO published information on how the alliance fighters rose to intercept Russian combat aircraft. It is noteworthy that in the NATO report for the umpteenth time the US destroyer Donald Cook (USS Donald Cook) appears.

The message states that the sky over the Baltic unfolded on April 17.

From the material:

A group of Russian fighters appeared in the sky above the Baltic Sea. The planes were approaching the destroyer "Donald Cook" of the US Navy. For interception from the Šiauliai airfield (Republic of Lithuania), the Belgian Air Force F-16 fighter was raised. He intercepted a group of fighters of the Air Force of the Russian Federation over the sea.

Further, the NATO press service shares personnel shot from the cockpit of a Belgian fighter stationed in Lithuania as part of a “mission to protect airspace on the eastern flank of NATO (Baltic Air Policing)." In the pictures presented, you can see how the Belgian Air Force F-16 accompanies Russian aircraft. Among them are two Su-24s. It is stated that they carried X-25 air-to-surface missiles.

Without modesty, the NATO press service adds to the video a caption about the “professionalism of the Belgian pilot” and that NATO aviationdeployed in the Baltic States is ready to perform tasks 24/7.



It should be noted that Russian combat aircraft moved in international airspace. At what specific distance they "approached" the American destroyer, is not reported. Nor is it reported that in general the American warship was doing near the sea borders of Russia.
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  1. rocket757 April 21 2020 14: 12 New
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    Adult games .... if only no one would play too much.
    1. ltc35 April 21 2020 14: 17 New
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      Everything is in control there. The standard situation from all sides. But commentators can paint the situation in colors, emphasizing the "professionalism of the Belgian pilot"!
      1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 14: 20 New
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        Quote: ltc35
        emphasizing the "professionalism of the Belgian pilot"!

        But they stressed that
        located in Lithuania under themissions to protect airspace on the eastern flank of NATO (Baltic Air Policing). "

        "Explained" why they can’t sit at home
      2. rocket757 April 21 2020 14: 28 New
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        Yes, brave Belgian flyer, same brave Pole, gee, gee, laughing
        Only an element of unpredictability is always there. It’ll slip a hundred times as it’s written, but the first hundred and one will suddenly slip! This also cannot be ruled out.
        Adult "games" are dangerous, let's not forget this.
      3. iouris April 21 2020 15: 43 New
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        Professionalism: he got a team, took off in a set time (fulfilled the standard), went to the target area, found a target, escorted him, waved his wing, found Šiauliai, successfully landed the car, reported comments to technical staff, reported to the immediate commander ...
        1. TermNachTer April 21 2020 18: 28 New
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          Well, yes, special professionalism is not observed. Acted strictly according to the instructions, what is the "highest professionalism"?
          1. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 19: 21 New
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            Quote: TermNachTER
            special professionalism is not observed

            and how do you think professionalism is manifested?
            Quote: TermNachTER
            "highest professionalism"

            Do you argue with yourself, or answer your opponent? He did not speak of quality in superlatives.
            Quote: iouris
            Professionalism: got a team, took off in a set time (fulfilled the standard), went to the target area, found a target, took it to escort
            1. TermNachTer April 21 2020 20: 52 New
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              Professionalism is an interception in difficult weather conditions, some other problems, difficulties, etc. And this flight is at the cadet level of the third year of study.
              1. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 21: 07 New
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                Quote: TermNachTER
                Professionalism is an interception in difficult weather conditions, some other problems, difficulties, etc. And this flight is at the cadet level of the third year of study.

                professionalism - the degree to which a person masters a professional activity that meets existing standards and objective requirements.
                If everything is done correctly, then what are the complaints?
                Or were non-professionals also sitting in the drying cabins, since they didn’t get in the way of the hurricane, the engines did not stall and the wings did not fall off?
                Cadets are not sent to intercept)

                Since some concepts are complex for you, then by a simple example.
                Two specialists. Suppose an electrician. One came, correctly repaired the wiring, without noise and dust, packed up a suitcase and dumped it.
                The second one picked himself up for a long time, tripped three times, he almost killed himself, but in the end he overcame the difficulties heroically and also set sail.
                Who do you think is a professional - who did quietly and quickly, without unnecessary gestures, or who did, but heroically overcoming difficulties?
                Obviously the first. And at the second hand from one place they grow. But based on your logic - he is the professional))
                1. TermNachTer April 21 2020 22: 04 New
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                  A professional is one who can quickly and correctly solve problems that suddenly arise. And the pilot, who simply performs the flight mission "from now to now," simply fulfills his rather big salary and fast retirement.
              2. Yuriy6116 April 22 2020 21: 28 New
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                It’s not necessary anymore. He took off, took for escort, reported - sat down. Mission accomplished.
          2. Hto tama April 21 2020 23: 04 New
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            Quote: TermNachTER
            Well, yes, special professionalism is not observed. Acted strictly according to the instructions, what is the "highest professionalism"?

            Maybe the diapers were dry on landing recourse
          3. Campanella April 22 2020 16: 22 New
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            In belonging to NATE)))
            The Donald Pook guard is set to a high standard. How else to explain to taxpayers? Drunk into a duplicate pilot of the alliance could not raise the plane?)))
          4. Flyer_64 April 22 2020 21: 32 New
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            The highest professionalism of video editing. Judging by the video for 37 seconds, the Su-30 was intercepted by the Belgian. How is he doing with the diaper at that moment. Everything else is installation for YouTube.
    2. Thrifty April 21 2020 14: 39 New
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      Yeah, the pilot f16, intercepted, or nearly grabbed, from the Russian pilots? How will it be more correct? ?? negative negative
      1. Moreno April 21 2020 15: 07 New
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        Probably the second! I almost grabbed it!
        1. Starover_Z April 21 2020 15: 09 New
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          Quote: Moreno
          Probably the second! I almost grabbed it!

          It will be more correct - "I almost grabbed it!"
          1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 15: 17 New
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            Quote: Starover_Z

            It will be more correct - "I almost grabbed it!"

            "Miraculously did not grab it"
            1. gurzuf April 21 2020 15: 27 New
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              Then soon - potentially grabbed.
              1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 16: 35 New
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                Quote: gurzuf
                Then soon - potentially grabbed.

                But dodged laughing
      2. sedoj April 21 2020 17: 39 New
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        And this, incidentally, is not F - 16 flying there?

        Or I'm wrong.
        1. figwam April 21 2020 18: 33 New
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          Quote: sedoj
          Or I'm wrong.

          No, you are not mistaken, a pair of F-16s.
          1. volodimer April 21 2020 19: 33 New
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            Again??? ,,, "Donald Cook" is a long-suffering ... he simply does not go out to sea without cover Suddenly, Su24 what .... and he immediately to the port, And then, cover from f-16 of course you can safely wassat
      3. blackice April 23 2020 06: 23 New
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        Khazanov had such a monologue about an American spy in the USSR.
        And there was a part there when, following the instructions from the intelligence center, the spy signed up for DND.
        And actually an excerpt: First we caught the hooligans, and then they beat us.
        Well, very similar to this situevina.
    3. Nick April 26 2020 20: 00 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      Adult games .... if only no one would play too much.

      Games develop skills
      1. rocket757 April 26 2020 20: 03 New
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        Such "games" sometimes end .... tragically.
        This is not a computer shoot, a reboot is not provided.
        1. Nick April 26 2020 20: 05 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          Such "games" sometimes end .... tragically.

          I agree, but in war as in war
          1. rocket757 April 26 2020 21: 03 New
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            In this particular case, NOT WAR.
            Just the necessary "work." There is no need to cross the line of reason.
            1. Nick April 30 2020 14: 45 New
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              Quote: rocket757
              Just the necessary "work." There is no need to cross the line of reason.

              This is more suitable for frenzied snotty bikers.
              1. rocket757 April 30 2020 15: 07 New
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                When the incident becomes a tragedy, it doesn’t matter who and who imagines itself.
  2. Alexey-74 April 21 2020 14: 13 New
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    Whoever intercepted another question ... one F-16 intercepted a group of Russian fighters?)))
    1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 14: 18 New
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      Afiget laughing
      "Sushki" walked out unaccompanied by other "Sushki", but despite this the Belgian was not afraid and approached laughing
      1. Charik April 21 2020 18: 18 New
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        I saw 2-24x and 1-27th and 1-30th?
        1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 18: 22 New
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          Quote: Charik
          I saw 2-24x and 1-27th and 1-30th?

          Yes, it looks like a lot of installation
          Part of the video is colored, another part is black and white and part is again colored request
          1. Charik April 21 2020 18: 25 New
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            also thought so, but someone even saw the second and sixteen
            1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 18: 26 New
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              Quote: Charik
              also thought so, but someone even saw the second and sixteen

              Yes, something adversaries request
              1. Charik April 21 2020 18: 33 New
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                at the spot they saw the movie from 31m and decided to raise the mood, blinded from what was
                1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 18: 44 New
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                  Quote: Charik
                  at the spot they saw the movie from 31m and decided to raise the mood, blinded from what was

                  Probably
              2. sabakina April 21 2020 19: 07 New
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                Quote: Lipchanin
                Quote: Charik
                also thought so, but someone even saw the second and sixteen

                Yes, something adversaries request

                Sergey, several times watched the video from 0: 34-0: 40. If you believe the video, then our two planes flew towards each other?
                1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 19: 09 New
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                  Quote: sabakina
                  . If you believe the video, then our two planes flew towards each other?

                  I have already said that it looks very much like editing request
        2. Flyer_64 April 22 2020 21: 34 New
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          Yes, all the video is a montage of the most profitable moments.
      2. Sardanapalus April 22 2020 05: 09 New
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        Why should he be afraid? What will it be fired at, what will it take or will they go into a frontal attack? Of course, I understand here a small contingent is being acquired at the VO "which has nothing to lose and at least a war tomorrow." And here the standard practice and the pilots on both sides understand each other and will not allow force majeure.
        1. Lipchanin April 22 2020 05: 19 New
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          Quote: Sardanapalus
          Why should he be afraid?

          That there are people who have completely no sense of humor
          Of course, I understand here a small contingent is being acquired at VO "which has nothing to lose and at least a war tomorrow"

          I do not belong to them
          And make fun of it
          Without modesty, NATO press service adds a caption to the video about the “professionalism of the Belgian pilot” and that the NATO aviation deployed in the Baltic States is ready to perform tasks in the regime 24/7.
    2. vvvjak April 21 2020 14: 20 New
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      Quote: Alexey-74
      one F-16 intercepted a group of Russian fighters?)))

      Along the way, the Americans rank the Su 24 as a fighter, judging by the "clique" - Fencer.
      1. Pivot April 21 2020 14: 28 New
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        All aircraft capable of carrying air-to-air missiles are named F
        1. vvvjak April 21 2020 14: 46 New
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          Quote: Pivot
          All aircraft capable of carrying air-to-air missiles are named F

          Judging by their system, even the Su 25 fighter.
          1. Pivot April 21 2020 15: 06 New
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            SU25 also carries air-to-air missiles
        2. Varaga April 21 2020 15: 32 New
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          Aircraft "are named with the letter F" because F means Fighter. In this case, a fighter. And air-to-air missiles use in their nomenclature of armament not only fighters, but also attack aircraft - Su-25 (39), front-line bombers - Su-24. I will not say anything about the Su-34, as it is a fighter-bomber.
          1. Pivot April 21 2020 17: 36 New
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            Well, a fighter is assigned to all aircraft carrying air-to-air missiles.
            1. Varaga April 22 2020 10: 41 New
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              And again, no. Because Fighter (fighter) in relation to aviation is a fighter. And air-to-air missiles can be carried not only by fighters. For example, Su-25 with us and A-10 with amers. But from the fact that they use these missiles they cannot be classified as Fighter. These are attack aircraft.
        3. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 19: 25 New
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          Quote: Pivot
          All aircraft capable of carrying air-to-air missiles are named F

          then what's wrong with the A-10 Tandeobolt II ??
          1. Pivot April 22 2020 01: 00 New
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            They classify our planes like that.
            1. Grigory_45 April 22 2020 06: 37 New
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              Quote: Pivot
              They classify our planes like that

              they generally correctly classify.
              There are a number of aircraft, for one reason or another, falling out of orderly classifier. For example, the F-117, which is never a fighter, but a clean striking apparatus.
              The letter F is set not on the basis of whether the aircraft can carry UR of air combat or not, but on the basis of the mission (tasks) of the aircraft.
              That is why Thunderbolt has the letter A (Attack, attack aircraft), and not any other, although, of course, it can carry a pair of Sidewinders for self-defense and for the fight against turntables.
              Therefore your
              Quote: Pivot
              a fighter is assigned to all aircraft carrying missiles air air
              - just a stupid statement
              1. Pivot April 22 2020 08: 59 New
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                Gregory, your assessment does not interest me at all, you are in your wretched manner to be elevated due to an attempt to belittle another, you look stupid. The conversation was originally about the American "nicknames" of our aircraft Mig29 Fulcrum, Su27 Flanker, Su24 Fencer, Su25 Frog foot, Mig31 Fox hound, Tu95 Bear, Tu22 Back fire, etc. and they call their planes whatever they want, for example, the same F117 that they have never had a fighter called Night Hawk in Russian, translated into Russian night hawk, F15 Eagle, F14 Tom Cat, etc.
                1. Grigory_45 April 22 2020 09: 46 New
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                  What was this all about?
                  Quote: Pivot
                  a fighter is assigned to all aircraft carrying missiles air air


                  This is some poor way of expressing thoughts.
                  If anything, then soon the bombers will carry air-to-air missiles for self-defense - will they add the letter F? Of course not) The presence of missiles on board does not mean anything, the main purpose of the aircraft matters.
                  1. Pivot April 22 2020 10: 18 New
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                    Gregory, you look sorry for your attempts to justify yourself, when the bombers will carry air-to-air missiles, then we can debate on this topic, and now I see only your wretched attempts to get out of this situation.
                    1. Grigory_45 April 22 2020 10: 22 New
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                      Quote: Pivot
                      Gregory, you look sorry for your attempts to justify yourself, when the bombers will carry air-to-air missiles, then we can debate on this topic, and now I see only your wretched attempts to get out of this situation.

                      wassat I’m not getting out of the situation, but you)
                      Attack aircraft carry air-to-air missiles, as noted above. You could not say anything intelligible about this)
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          2. Varaga April 22 2020 10: 52 New
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            Then you have a backfill question: why did the Americans "classify" our Su-25, calling it "Frogfoot"? After all, they know very well that this is an attack aircraft. Nevertheless, “they named it with the letter F” as many as two times - Frog, Foot. Following your logic, the Su-25 is a super fighter. He carries the WWW, and "is called on F." Two F. So, your answer ...
            1. Grigory_45 April 23 2020 09: 18 New
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              Quote: Waraga
              Then you have a backfill question: why did the Americans "classify" our Su-25, calling it "Frogfoot"?

              Americans for some reason do not use the letter A for the designation of Soviet (Russian) aircraft.
              For example, IL-10 in NATO received the nickname Beast (Beast), IL-2 - Bark
              The letter F was assigned to the Su-25 attack aircraft by mistake (they are also mistaken in NATO), there should be a letter B (and a name starting with this letter)
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  3. kjhg April 21 2020 14: 27 New
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    Quote: Alexey-74
    Whoever intercepted another question ... one F-16 intercepted a group of Russian fighters?)))

    At the 57th second of the video, another F-16 is visible to the left of the person shooting. Before that, our Su-35 and, apparently, Su-34 appear in the frame. Total, from our side: 2 Su-24, 1 Su-34, 1 Su-35. From NATO: 2 F-16, 1 destroyer.
    1. Varaga April 21 2020 15: 26 New
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      How did you distinguish the Su-35 from the Su-27? Yes, even with this quality video.
      1. kjhg April 21 2020 15: 53 New
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        Quote: Waraga
        How did you distinguish the Su-35 from the Su-27? Yes, even with this quality video.

        On the cone-fairing did not see the nose rod of the LDPE, and therefore wrote that the Su-35. It is possible that it is simply not visible due to poor video quality.
        1. Charik April 21 2020 18: 27 New
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          maybe this is the 30th naval aviation-black camouflage-sorry tail is not visible there St. Andrew's flag
          1. Varaga April 22 2020 12: 52 New
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            The aviation of the Navy St. Andrew’s flag on the side, under the "flashlight" of the cockpit. Is not it so?
            1. Charik April 22 2020 14: 10 New
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              Yes, it is, and on the tail belonging to the Air Force or Navy
            2. Charik April 22 2020 14: 11 New
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              and someone didn’t bother to even look at the pictures and put a minus
              1. Varaga April 22 2020 14: 15 New
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                Do you think that I "minus"?
                1. Charik April 22 2020 14: 55 New
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                  someone slapped you, I corrected the plus
                  1. Varaga April 22 2020 15: 04 New
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                    Yes, it is known who is dirty. Upstart, Know-It-All Expert Level.
      2. kit88 April 21 2020 15: 56 New
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        Rather, it is the Su-27 and Su-30SM of 689 Guards. IAP and Su-24M from 4 OGvMShAP from Chkalovsk.
        There are no Su-34s and Su-35Ss there.
        1. Varaga April 21 2020 16: 02 New
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          Exactly! Absolutely agree.
      3. Charik April 21 2020 18: 25 New
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        Softly distinguish body shape
    2. Pete mitchell April 21 2020 15: 45 New
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      It seems to me that shots from the Su-27 and Su-30cm are far-fetched, like they between this and then
      1. Mihail2019 April 21 2020 21: 52 New
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        Why then does he turn his helmet in all directions?
        1. Pete mitchell April 21 2020 22: 23 New
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          Quote: Michael2019
          Why then does he turn his helmet in all directions?

          Well, he’s a fighter in the end - he’s supposed to twist his head recourse
          Quote: sedoj
          salad from slices from other rollers.
          except for the 24th pair
    3. sedoj April 21 2020 17: 44 New
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      Quote: kjhg
      Before that, our Su-35 and, apparently, Su-34 appear in the frame.

      There, in my opinion, a whole salad of slices from other videos.
    4. Charik April 21 2020 18: 21 New
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      The 34th is definitely absent, but the 27th is definitely the 30th or 35th (which is black)
  4. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 19: 23 New
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    Quote: Alexey-74
    group of Russian fighters?

    chic front-line bomber fighter))
  • sanik2020 April 21 2020 14: 15 New
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    If the SU-24 first approached the destroyer at the launch distance of the X-25 and then the F-16 arrived, then such an interception was a failure. Since the conditional attacker manages to launch missiles. They can brag further.
    1. Varaga April 21 2020 15: 24 New
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      Conditionally - Donald Cook is already feeding the fish with his "mattresses" ... wink
    2. Charik April 21 2020 18: 23 New
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      Well, X25 is not so long-range, from the word it’s not at all a ship
  • Vol4ara April 21 2020 14: 16 New
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    Well, who is the first to write about khibiny and diapers?
    1. AVA77 April 21 2020 14: 19 New
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      F16 pilot was in diapers laughing and what follows from this?
      1. Varaga April 21 2020 15: 21 New
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        From this it follows that the "Khibiny" worked normally. bully
      2. Igool April 21 2020 16: 25 New
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        and then Khibiny against diapers, - nothing.
  • alex aircraft April 21 2020 14: 18 New
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    Since when did Su 24 become a fighter ???
    1. Piramidon April 21 2020 14: 27 New
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      Quote: alex aircraft
      Since when did Su 24 become a fighter ???

      There and the fighters lit up
      1. Pete mitchell April 21 2020 22: 35 New
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        It seems to me a cut: in beautifully they climbed to the 2nd Su-24. But in September they intercepted a pair of Tu-160 that accompanied two different flankers, well, it’s written: 27 + 30cm, especially since they are based in the Kaliningrad region
  • Amateur April 21 2020 14: 18 New
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    Well, we would give them if they caught up with us

    (popular wisdom)
  • 7,62h54 April 21 2020 14: 24 New
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    How was the light turbulence during the meeting again?
  • 4ekist April 21 2020 14: 27 New
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    Production video. Flicker then 2su-24, then 2su-34. The picture is color, then some kind of black and white chronicle from the 70s.
    1. Lipchanin April 21 2020 14: 33 New
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      Quote: 4ekist
      Flicker then 2su-24, then 2su-34. The picture is color, then some kind of black and white chronicle from the 70s.

      Taken on 17. 04. 20. Laid out 20, well 21.
      There was a time to "prank" laughing
    2. Varaga April 21 2020 15: 19 New
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      Two Su-24s were accompanied by two Su-27s. There are no 34 rock videos there. In the Su-34, the nose cone is flat, like a duck beak. For which he received such nicknames as Duckling and Uncle Scrooge.
      1. hroft April 21 2020 15: 34 New
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        At 0,34 second, the Su-30, the second fighter is either Su-27 or Su-35 ..
      2. Charik April 21 2020 18: 38 New
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        and not 2-27x, one 27th, one 30th or 35th
    3. Varaga April 21 2020 15: 38 New
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      Putting a diz is all you can argue with? Yes, quietly ... How not ashamed?
      1. hroft April 21 2020 15: 52 New
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        I didn’t set a dislike for anyone, including you, they mixed me up with someone
        1. Varaga April 21 2020 15: 54 New
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          No, I didn’t send you a message. Above there is a citizen under the nickname "Chekist" - that’s him.
          1. blackice April 23 2020 06: 49 New
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            And I noticed that they like to put down minuses regardless of whose thought is more correct.
            It’s just that some Experts have their own “undeniable” view of the past, present.
            And some arguments and facts there - garbage. This is all imposed by the heavy heritage of the USSR. wink
            1. Varaga April 23 2020 17: 03 New
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              Yes, there are some.
    4. Charik April 21 2020 18: 37 New
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      there is no 34x, and the b & w picture is a camera on a plane outside the sighting system
      1. sabakina April 21 2020 19: 14 New
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        So the F-16 also shoots in the side? belay
  • iouris April 21 2020 14: 27 New
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    X-25 against the US destroyer - this, you see, is ridiculous!
    Reference. The development of the X-25 guided missile began in 1970, and was adopted in 1976.
    1. KVU-NSVD April 21 2020 14: 38 New
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      Quote: iouris
      X-25 against the US destroyer - this, you see, is ridiculous!
      Reference. The development of the X-25 guided missile began in 1970, and was adopted in 1976.

      What’s the laugh? The missile’s task is to hit the target and explode properly. And if the ship is sinking, isn’t it all the same what year the rocket drowned in it? Or do you think that a given missile, in principle, is not able to fly into a destroyer. Does he have the means to guarantee 100 percent protection against this rocket? By the way for reference - Harpoons on ArlyBerk, for example, from the same era, approximately
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        Yes, in principle, it will not be able to reach such a target, because the plane will be shot down five minutes earlier than the “PR” signal (“Start is allowed”) passes.
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          Argentines during the Falkland War even used top-mast bombing, everything happens
          It’s a pity that most of their bombs (and missiles) didn’t explode, and they would have melted the entire British squadron
      2. Charik April 21 2020 18: 45 New
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        the flight range is X25y-10km and you probably need to accompany the MP or MPU to the radar but it’s also 40km (?) - and does the destroyer have no air defense missiles?
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          New modification - 40km

          X25 max 40km yes
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        so if the ship will not be defended, then it is possible to fill it with Fabs
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        Quote: KVU-NSVD
        What’s the laugh?

        in her range. Only the PR-X-25MP flies 40 km maximum, all the rest - up to 10 km. With such a range, only absolutely defenseless ships can be attacked.
        But PRR, in principle, is not capable of sinking a more or less large ship like a destroyer (because it turns radar antennas into mincemeat, and not everything else). Missile warheads are small, the calculation is for the destruction of radar weapons with fragments.
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      Quote: iouris
      X-25 against the US destroyer - this, you see, is ridiculous!
      Reference. The development of the X-25 guided missile began in 1970, and was adopted in 1976.

      Do you know how many modifications of this missile have been created since the time it was put into service? Moreover, it can be used as a tactical anti-ship missile.

      X-25 is a high-precision short-range air-to-surface aircraft missile designed to destroy armored vehicles, radar stations, surface ships and other targets.


      Modifications:

      X-25 ("product 69", X-25L) - the basic version with a laser seeker;
      X-25MA - modular modification with active radar seeker;
      X-25ML (“product 713”) - a modular modification with a semi-active laser GSN 24N1 + tandem warhead;
      X-25R - modification with anti-jamming radio command guidance;
      X-25MR (“product 714”) - modular modification of the X-25R;
      X-25MT - modular modification with a television seeker;
      X-25MSE - modular modification for export;
      X-25MTP - modular modification with a thermal imaging (infrared) homing head;
      X-27PS (“product 72”, AS-12 Kegler) - anti-radar modification X-25;

      https://vpk.name/library/f/x-25.html
      1. iouris April 21 2020 15: 49 New
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        This ammunition is only suitable against a boat.
        1. Sky strike fighter April 21 2020 15: 59 New
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          This ammunition is only suitable against a boat.

          Well, of course, against the boat. The warhead weight is 90 kg, the total weight is 530 kg, the launch range is 3 - 40 km, the maximum flight speed is 920 m / s, and the average flight speed is 400 - 450 m / s.
          1. Charik April 21 2020 19: 01 New
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            On a Su-24 plane, it is possible to suspend 4 X-23 missiles (are they X25?) - multiply by 2, 8 pieces-eats (SMmi2 and will not choke) and on the approach by the Phalanxes it will finish, if it remains to fly up, then the X58 has more chances to get Cook, but there are 2 of them per plane.
            1. Crimean partisan 1974 April 22 2020 08: 08 New
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              the suspension of 4 X-23 missiles (are they X25?) -... it was like the story of the Stark destroyer in 1989, in my opinion. when the Iranian Mirage landed two Exocet on board. of which one did not explode. neither the standards nor the phalanxes worked. But Donald is the same as Stark
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                USS Donald Cook (DDG-75) - destroyer URO type "Arly Burke" Series II, Launched May 3, 1997-AN / SPY-1 radar is capable of simultaneously tracking up to 250-300 air targets in the upper hemisphere and simultaneously guiding over 18 of them !!!! USS Stark (FFG-31) - US Navy frigate of the Oliver Hazard Perry type Launched May 30, 1980, target designation was carried out by the only AN / SPG-51 radar located on a stand in the center of the superstructure. Thus, no more than one target could be attacked at a time. October 23, 1982 joined the Atlantic Fleet. On May 17, 1987, during the Iran-Iraq War, it was severely damaged as a result of the hit of two Exozet anti-ship missiles AM.39, issued by mistake by the IRAXI Mirage F.1 fighter .-- the same ships, yes?
                1. Crimean partisan 1974 April 23 2020 13: 33 New
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                  -the same ships, yes? ....... along the way you did not catch the thought. even though Stark had the ability to fire at least one target. and the phalanx has its own guidance system but ... three subsonic objects (a mirage and two exosets) were not even attacked, not to be shot down. according to this, as in a joke, the fireman was asked the question "what is the difference between a piano and a piano" - THE ROYAL LIGHTS LONGER
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                    Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
                    along the way you did not catch the thought

                    you made a mistake. Because you are trying to transfer the incident to the plane of the template - they say, so it will be with any ship. Moreover, completely not taking into account the details of the incident. And they are significant:
                    1. The mirage belonged to the Iraqi Air Force, with which at that time the States had almost allied relations. That is why the appearance of the aircraft was not given due importance. The clairvoyants did not serve Stark; they could not foresee the future. The fact that they laughed - yes, but in the place of the Americans in that situation, who would shoot at the Mirage?
                    2. The frigate did not make a single attempt to avoid meeting with the missiles. He did not change course, speed, did not shoot traps. The time to start the missile launcher on Stark safely blinked, and not turning around, could not bring into action the Phalanx. Not a single shot was fired from the frigate.

                    Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
                    Stark had the ability to fire at least one target. and the phalanx has its own guidance system but ... three subsonic objects (a mirage and two exosets) were not even attacked

                    Stark could not attack anyone. For the above reason, it was too late to shoot missiles, and ZAK could not be activated, since the attacking missiles were in the dead zone (the ship’s add-ons prevented aiming and shooting). Well, the Mirage Falanks would not have hooked in any case - enlighten about the firing range of the six-barreled robot (I recall that the plane launched rockets from a distance of 11 miles and lay back on course).
                    After the missiles hit, the frigate was de-energized (any ship was not operational without electricity), and the Mirage circles, even directly above it, could fire at it only with small arms - if someone had the idea instead of fighting for survivability.
                    Wild nonsense to mention the plane here))

                    Thus, trying to pass off the incident with Stark for granted, you have failed completely)
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                    The Crimean partisan, not your uncle, didn’t know about the campaign, you were Iraq then, and therefore, Stark thought that he had all the rules and got ready and the abrek on the Mirage could have counted on it, so he paid you a joke and don’t go laughing
              2. Charik April 22 2020 10: 11 New
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                Exocet RCC, X25, air-surface with a range of 10 km, well, or as they say if you drown Burke that even anti-aircraft guns do not rob, then you can fill it with Fabs
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                Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
                the suspension of 4 X-23 missiles (are they X25?) -... it was like the story of the Stark destroyer in 1989, in my opinion. when the Iranian Mirage landed two Exocet on board. of which one did not explode. neither the standards nor the phalanxes worked. But Donald is the same as Stark

                Volodya, hello!
                You exaggerate a little. There are no effective anti-ship missiles in the arsenal of the Su-24M front-line bomber. no The X-23s have long been withdrawn from service, and the X-25s are designed primarily to destroy ground targets and have a launch range far less than American naval missiles. In addition, Stark is a frigate like Oliver Perry.
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                  In addition, "Stark" is a frigate like "Oliver Perry" ......... Seryoga. it is not so important but important that Stark received two missiles on board from a distance of 15 km. that is, the opportunity for Cook to get the four into the board is very possible
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                    Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
                    that is, the opportunity for Cook to get the four into the board is very possible

                    In the course of real hostilities? Volodya, can you imagine how far the American AN / SPY-1 radar detects the Su-24M, and how far the Standard-2 SAM launch range exceeds the X-25 range. Sorry, with all due respect, the Su-24M has no chance against an Arleigh Burke type destroyer.
                    1. Crimean partisan 1974 April 23 2020 13: 42 New
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                      but the Su-24M has no chance against an Arleigh Burke type destroyer .... but if it is a full X-58 ammunition or even an X-28? Yes, and EW in addition? ......
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                        Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
                        but the Su-24M has no chance against an Arleigh Burke type destroyer .... but if it is a full X-58 ammunition or even an X-28? Yes, and EW in addition? ......

                        The jamming station on the Su-24M is hopelessly outdated and does not meet modern requirements. The X-28 missile has long been withdrawn from service; I don’t know whether the X-58 PRR can work on the AN / SPY-1 radar. But in any case, the launch range of the X-58 is less than that of the Standard-2 naval missiles.
                        If you are interested about the Su-24 read this:
                        https://topwar.ru/84850-sluzhba-i-boevoe-primenenie-frontovogo-bombardirovschika-su-24-chast-1-ya.html

                        https://topwar.ru/84921-sluzhba-i-boevoe-primenenie-frontovogo-bombardirovschika-su-24-chast-2-ya.html
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                        Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
                        But if the full ammunition of the X-58, or even if the X-28? Yes, and EW in addition? ......

                        in the entire history of its modernization, the Su-24 has not received an updated BKO. Modernization followed the path of improving the weapons and navigation control system and expanding the range of weapons.
                        For Su-24 they tried to create a version of Khibin (container KS-418)

                        Layout Su-24M with a container KS-418 at one MAKS air show

                        but the economic situation did not allow this to be done. That’s why airplanes are not even charged with versions of the Su-24M2, and therefore all the stories about the blinded Cook are tales.

                        The Su-24 has a chance to make Burka hurt only if the link goes on the attack at an ultra-low, lower than the radar field (SPY-1 Spy does not really like ultra-low altitudes, because on the Burks there is a radar cut from the original idea - it turned out to be too expensive ) in complete radio silence mode, with guidance from the outside. With a jump of 20 kilometers, in order to conduct additional exploration, the GOS captured the target - and again down and home. While on the ship they’ll figure out what's what, until they identify, until they work out the issuance of target designation, etc. - a lot of time will pass. Perhaps the missiles will be shot down, and perhaps not. At least there will be little time left to repulse the attack, and nobody will be busy with carriers grabbing home.
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            and when approaching the goal, the speed will be such that at least knock down from a slingshot
      2. Charik April 21 2020 18: 52 New
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        launch range, is it not a decisive factor, who was there D COOK? -ZUR RIM-66 SM-2 "Standard-2" up to 74 missiles -2 ZAU "Phalanx", my opinion is for him 4-8pcs X25 of any modification in general, nothing and will not choke
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        Moreover, it can also be used as tactical anti-ship missiles.

        is it with a range of 10 km ?! Nothing tactical RCC!
        By God, you sometimes write such nonsense that ... negative
        1. Crimean partisan 1974 April 22 2020 08: 14 New
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          is it with a range of 10 km ?! There’s nothing tactical anti-ship missiles! ..... in 1989, the destroyer Stark was loaded aboard by the Exosets from exactly 15 km without satisfaction .... and Donald was the same series of arly destroyers. so grandma said for two
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            Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
            in 1989 the destroyer Stark
            Is this a fellow destroyer class aircraft carrier?
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            Quote: Crimean partisan 1974
            is it with a range of 10 km ?! There’s nothing tactical anti-ship missiles! ..... in 1989, the destroyer Stark was loaded aboard by the Exosets from exactly 15 km without satisfaction .... and Donald was the same series of arly destroyers. so grandma said for two

            First, Stark is a frigate like Oliver Perry, and not a Burke class destroyer. Olivers are withdrawn from their fleet due to obsolescence.
            secondly, they themselves burst on Stark. In addition, the plane belonged to the then union Iraq.
            thirdly, charged with 11 miles. And they found the Mirage - from 70. A mile is not a kilometer)

            Now create and use weapons, hoping that the commander of the ship is a goof and the team is gouging? In my opinion, this is very stupid) It is better to overestimate the enemy than to experience the reliability of the catapult.
    3. Varaga April 21 2020 15: 14 New
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      X-25 against the US destroyer - this, you see, is ridiculous!

      And if you consider that it was modernized, will it decrease in laughter?
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        And what is the latest MPU mod? Gave 40km
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        Quote: Waraga
        And if you consider that it was modernized, will it decrease in laughter?

        and you enlighten what modernization was and what characteristics have missiles after it. The work mainly consisted of screwing on various types of GOS. The range, however, was as small as it was, for X-25 is an aircraft missile air-to-surface class short range.

        And at the same time find out exactly which missiles of this series are in service with the MA.

        Amazed by the abundance of amateurs who do not know and do not want to know, but much to invent all and all of some fantastic abilities
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          You, suppose, also do not pull on an expert. The abundance of "experts" trumps "knowledge" from the general access to the Web.
          I express ONLY my opinion. And how the rocket in service was upgraded there, only the one who upgraded it and the one who ordered the upgrade know. And put your "expert" opinion, with a claim to the ultimate truth, in your pocket. And rejoice at your "success" alone.
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              1. Grigory_45 April 22 2020 15: 00 New
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                really piercing eyes? Yeah, she is, not everyone likes, especially terry amateurs like you)
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                  Gregory, I’m wondering what the hell, Major General of the General Staff of the armament department. does on this site?
                  Not afraid to light up? Get into the development of the CIA? Well, or fall under the hood of the FSB?
                  On YouTube there is the same all-knowing expert - Alcanaut. So, he is also an expert in everything, but he refers to open sources when asked where infa is from. Well, now the main question is, do we now have all the design bureaus, all our developments, improvements in the public domain are laid out?

                  No, well, of course, I understand that when the destinies of the world began to steer managers, it became customary to measure pisyuny in cartoons about super rockets, tanks, planes, helicopters, but all the performance characteristics of new and improved products are known only to those who are supposed to know, but in open sources contain only approximate performance characteristics.
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                    Where does infa come from? Guess for yourself. From open sources, of course)

                    Quote: blackice
                    Well, now the main question is, do we now have all the design bureaus, all our developments, improvements in the public domain are laid out?

                    this is not about the latest developments, but about the rather old X-25 missile. even the much newer X-29s are already starting to make replacements.

                    Well and most importantly, what are you strangely not paying attention to. Mr. Nick Nick Waraga (Paul Siebert) moves the speech:
                    Quote: Waraga
                    And if you consider that it was modernized, will it decrease in laughter?
                    , but in fact it turns out that it even has no idea what changes to the design they made during the modernization process. In his sick imagination, after modernization, the rocket directly acquired miraculous abilities. But in fact, if he bothered himself even with a search for information, he would know.

                    Quote: Gregory_45
                    Modifications:
                    • X-25 (X-25L) - the basic version with a laser seeker;
                    • X-25MA - modular modification with active radar seeker;
                    • X-25ML - modular modification with semi-active laser seeker, tandem warhead;
                    • X-25R - modification with radio command guidance;
                    • X-25MP (modular modification of the X-25P) •
                    X-25MT - modular modification with a television seeker;
                    • X-25MSE - modular modification, export version;
                    • X-25MTP - modular modification with a thermal imaging (infrared) homing head;
                    • X-27PS - anti-radar modification of the X-25;
                    • X-25MP - a modular anti-radar missile with a passive radar seeker, changes were made to the guidance system, control system, the minimum launch range was reduced to 3 km,
                    • X-25MPU - an upgraded version of the X-25MP, RLGSN with an extended frequency range, an inertial guidance system with the ability to re-capture the target in case of temporary shutdown of the radar target, increased firing range


                    But why look for something, find out? There will be a gap pattern. In VO there is now the dominance of lazy amateurs and terry ignoramuses - the main thing is to admire something, without delving into why, and to pour mud on incredible friends. For more, neither the mind nor (most important) desire is not enough.
                    Are you their lawyer?
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                      So the question is not whether it is possible to drown the Cook X-25, the question is, was there a desire to demonstrate this?
                      Now, every flying Su-24 with an X-25 on the suspension will automatically be considered an aggressor trying to sink Donald Cook?
                      Of course, the long-standing tradition of stripes on Kuka is not clear about not loving the Su-24, well then you need to breed them across different continents.
                      For example, Su-24s do not fly in the USA, so Cook will be very calm there.
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                        Quote: blackice
                        So the question is not whether it is possible to drown Cook X-25

                        the question was exactly that. That is why they began to discuss the rocket. Reread the comments. I’m too lazy for you to pull out quotes from more than 200 comments. Work for yourself, the desire to engage in advocacy may disappear)

                        Quote: blackice
                        For example, the Su-24s do not fly in the USA, so Cook will be very calm there

                        he is not nervous in the Black Sea either. Su-24s do not pose a threat to him) all the more so with ridiculous missiles like the X-25)

                        Quote: blackice
                        the question is, was there a desire to demonstrate this?

                        the demonstration was that the American was not a welcome guest. Otherwise, the missiles would not be suspended.
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                        This is how muscles are shown, not a penis.
                        So the question is relevant - was there a demonstration of power
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    Quote: iouris
    X-25 against the US destroyer - this, you see, is ridiculous!

    But the loudest will laugh at those in whom she falls
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    Similarly, a suicide bomber needs to be on a destroyer with X25 - can this MP or MPU still be under that?
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      Quote: Charik
      Similarly, a suicide bomber needs to be on a destroyer with X25 - can this MP or MPU still be under that?

      Falkland War: Argentines launch Exocet anti-ship missiles from fighters at a distance of 36 km (the X-25 has a range of up to 40 km) to the Sheffield destroyer target. Attack diagram using the link below.
      This time, three marks appeared on the screens: a medium-sized ship and two smaller ones. The pair made a do-goal towards a larger target. The pilots entered the latest data into the airborne rocket computers, and the leader ordered a launch. The slave did not hear the command, and Bedakarrats had to repeat it. At 11.04, a start was made from a distance of approximately 36 km with a five-second interval.

      The consequences of the attack.
      The first missile on the frigate “Plymouth” using radar was discovered almost a minute before the approach. They managed to deliver passive interference from the ship in the form of a cloud of dipole reflectors, on which the missile was aimed.

      An active radar, homing of the second missile captured Sheffield at a distance of 12-15 km, on the final section of the trajectories the height of the missile decreased from 15 to 3 m. From the ship, the missile was noticed only 6 seconds before it hit and the commander only managed to command: “Take cover ! ”

      The missile pierced the 10-mm shell of the destroyer under the superstructure of the main command post at a height. 1,8 m above the waterline, flew through the galley and entered the engine room. The explosion of rocket fuel residues caused a fire in fuel tanks, which soon swept the entire middle part of the ship's hull.

      Compare TTX Exocet with TTX X-25.
      carried the exoset anti-ship homing cruise missile. Its weight is half a ton, its warhead is 364 pounds, and its flight speed is 650 knots at a very low altitude.

      TTX X-25 Warhead weight 90 kg, total weight 530 kg, launch range - 3 - 40 km, maximum flight speed - 920 m / s, average flight speed - 400 - 450 m / s.
      https://inosmi.by/2013/04/08/folklendskaya-vojna-udar-po-esmincu-sheffild/
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        which X25 has a range of up to 40km? and where does Plymouth-here Cook with 70 SM2 and 24 RIM-7 Sea Sparrow (only on ships of the IIA series) which he is, Exoset RCC, X25 is not - if you throw it from 40 km then at approach to the target the speed will drop to-bring down Phalanx
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          Characteristics of the X-25MP:

          Length - 4294 mm .;
          Diameter - 275 mm .;
          Wingspan - 755 mm .;
          The range of plumage is 493 mm .;
          Starting weight - 315 + - 8 kg.;
          Type warhead - high-explosive fragmentation F27;
          Warhead mass - 86 - 90 kg.
          Dimensions of the transport container (LxWxH) - 4816 x 855 x 816 mm .;
          Weight in the starting container - 530 kg .;
          Engine - dual-mode RDTT PRD-276;
          Launch range - 3 - 40 km .;
          Carrier speed - 700 - 1250 km / h;
          Application height - 0,05 - 12 km .;
          Maximum flight speed - 920 m / s;
          Average flight speed - 400 - 450 m / s;
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            It’s good: in order to start up the distance you need to keep the big altitude — the ship will already see 100 km, if you go extremely small the rocket will fly less, and if you look at the SM2 character, then what distance will the ship allow Su24? Or how many missiles it takes to prevent Burke from fighting off, about 50, okay, X58 or X31, these are more likely to break through to Cook, but no matter how 25, even MP, MPU, you only understand whose fleets are nightmare
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          Quote: Charik
          which X25 has a range of up to 40km? and where does Plymouth-here Cook with 70 SM2 and 24 RIM-7 Sea Sparrow (only on ships of the IIA series) which he is, Exoset RCC, X25 is not - if you throw it from 40 km then at approach to the target the speed will drop to-bring down Phalanx


          Quote: Gregory_45
          Quote: KVU-NSVD
          What’s the laugh?

          in her range. Only the PR-X-25MP flies 40 km maximum, all the rest - up to 10 km. With such a range, only absolutely defenseless ships can be attacked.
          But PRR, in principle, is not capable of sinking a more or less large ship like a destroyer (because it turns radar antennas into mincemeat, and not everything else). Missile warheads are small, the calculation is for the destruction of radar weapons with fragments.


          Not only the X-25MP flies 40 km. They are all modular. For example, the X-25MT.
          The X-25MT missile is designed to engage small sized moving and stationary targets. The missile is supposed to arm planes and helicopters of tactical aviation.

          At the international exhibition MAKS-99 in Zhukovsky State Scientific Production Center Strela Zvezda proposed a program for the modernization of serial missiles of the X-25M family. For this purpose, a series of modular short-range multi-purpose air-to-surface missiles with various homing heads has been developed: X-25ML with a laser seeker; X-25MT with a television seeker; X-25MPT with thermal imaging seeker; X-25MA with active radar seeker.


          TTX missiles X-25MT:
          Missile Length, mm: 4040
          Max. case diameter mm: 275
          Wingspan, m: 820
          Starting weight, kg: up to 320
          Maximum flight speed, m / s: 800
          Average flight speed, m / s: 450
          Range, km: 2-20 (up to 40)
          Start-up height, km: 0,05-10
          Warhead, kg: 86 (high-explosive)

          http://авиару.рф/aviamuseum/dvigateli-i-vooruzhenie/aviatsionnoe-vooruzhenie/sssr/aviatsionnye-rakety/upravlyaemye-rakety/ur-vozduh-poverhnost/takticheskaya-aviatsionnaya-raketa-h-25/takticheskaya-aviatsionnaya-raketa-h-25m/
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        Quote: Sky Strike fighter
        Falklands war

        you still remember the second world war, then generally top-mast bombing was practiced
        For some individuals, it doesn’t cost to erase 40 years from the history of ... Easily and naturally transferring something half a century ago in our time.

        Quote: Sky Strike fighter
        X-25 range up to 40 km

        X-25MP. And now we are going to study the match, what kind of rocket is this X-25MP
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          Dear, you need to study the materiel. Modular missiles of the same X-25MT with a television seeker are designed to destroy small-sized moving and stationary targets. The range of its last modification is 40 km. Look at my post before this post of yours everything is written there.
          1. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 20: 38 New
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            X-25ML - with laser seeker
            X-25MT - the same rocket, but with a television seeker;
            X-25MPT - the same ML, but with a thermal imaging seeker
            GOS changed on missiles

            By the way, you are not confused by the simply incredible range of 40 km from the most long-range, version of the PRR? OK, modern?
            1. Sky strike fighter April 21 2020 20: 53 New
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              So now a new line of tactical modular missiles X-38 with a range of up to 80 km instead of the X-25 / X-29 families. Based on the X-38, a guided aerial bomb with a Thunder engine of 120 km was created.
              1. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 20: 57 New
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                Quote: Sky Strike fighter
                So now the new line of tactical modular missiles X-38

                we are discussing the X-25 missile, and not any other
                By the way, neither the X-29 nor the ancient X-25 have gone anywhere
                1. Sky strike fighter April 21 2020 21: 05 New
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                  By the way, you are not confused by the simply incredible range of 40 km from the most long-range, version of the PRR? OK, modern?

                  All recent versions have a range of 40 km. For comparison, the French counterpart, recently tested from a helicopter, flies up to 50 km.
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                  Quote: Charik
                  which X25 has a range of up to 40km? and where does Plymouth-here Cook with 70 SM2 and 24 RIM-7 Sea Sparrow (only on ships of the IIA series) which he is, Exoset RCC, X25 is not - if you throw it from 40 km then at approach to the target the speed will drop to-bring down Phalanx


                  Quote: Gregory_45
                  Quote: KVU-NSVD
                  What’s the laugh?

                  in her range. Only the PR-X-25MP flies 40 km maximum, all the rest - up to 10 km. With such a range, only absolutely defenseless ships can be attacked.
                  But PRR, in principle, is not capable of sinking a more or less large ship like a destroyer (because it turns radar antennas into mincemeat, and not everything else). Missile warheads are small, the calculation is for the destruction of radar weapons with fragments.


                  Not only the X-25MP flies 40 km. They are all modular. For example, the X-25MT.
                  The X-25MT missile is designed to engage small sized moving and stationary targets. The missile is supposed to arm planes and helicopters of tactical aviation.

                  At the international exhibition MAKS-99 in Zhukovsky State Scientific Production Center Strela Zvezda proposed a program for the modernization of serial missiles of the X-25M family. For this purpose, a series of modular short-range multi-purpose air-to-surface missiles with various homing heads has been developed: X-25ML with a laser seeker; X-25MT with a television seeker; X-25MPT with thermal imaging seeker; X-25MA with active radar seeker.


                  TTX missiles X-25MT:
                  Missile Length, mm: 4040
                  Max. case diameter mm: 275
                  Wingspan, m: 820
                  Starting weight, kg: up to 320
                  Maximum flight speed, m / s: 800
                  Average flight speed, m / s: 450
                  Range, km: 2-20 (up to 40)
                  Start-up height, km: 0,05-10
                  Warhead, kg: 86 (high-explosive)

                  http://авиару.рф/aviamuseum/dvigateli-i-vooruzhenie/aviatsionnoe-vooruzhenie/sssr/aviatsionnye-rakety/upravlyaemye-rakety/ur-vozduh-poverhnost/takticheskaya-aviatsionnaya-raketa-h-25/takticheskaya-aviatsionnaya-raketa-h-25m/
                  1. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 21: 15 New
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                    Learn:
                    Modifications:
                    • X-25 (X-25L) - the basic version with a laser seeker;
                    • X-25MA - modular modification with active radar seeker;
                    • X-25ML - modular modification with semi-active laser seeker, tandem warhead;
                    • X-25R - modification with radio command guidance;
                    • X-25MP (modular modification of the X-25P) •
                    X-25MT - modular modification with a television seeker;
                    • X-25MSE - modular modification, export version;
                    • X-25MTP - modular modification with a thermal imaging (infrared) homing head;
                    • X-27PS - anti-radar modification of the X-25;
                    • X-25MP - a modular anti-radar missile with a passive radar seeker, changes were made to the guidance system, control system, the minimum launch range was reduced to 3 km,
                    X-25MPU - an upgraded version of the X-25MP, RLGSN with an extended frequency range, an inertial guidance system with the ability to re-capture the target in case of temporary shutdown of the radar target, firing range increased
                    1. Sky strike fighter April 21 2020 21: 30 New
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                      This is an outdated infa. In my post, the infa is fresher, but you persistently ignore it. The same data on the X-25MT from the television seeker and the fact that the missiles are modular and all flying 40 km.
                      TTX missiles X-25MT:
                      Missile Length, mm: 4040
                      Max. case diameter mm: 275
                      Wingspan, m: 820
                      Starting weight, kg: up to 320
                      Maximum flight speed, m / s: 800
                      Average flight speed, m / s: 450
                      Range, km: 2-20 (up to 40)
                      Start-up height, km: 0,05-10
                      Warhead, kg: 86 (high-explosive)
                    2. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 21: 50 New
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                      Quote: Sky Strike fighter
                      This is an outdated info

                      and for you it’s corny wrong.
                      The letter M in the rocket index means modular. That is, various GOS can be installed on the basic design. And no more.
                      ML, MT, MP - all of them are of the same berry field, differing only in GOS
                      The only one that gets out of the list is MPU.
                      Here is a photo of the X-25ML rocket stand from the exhibition in Pushkin, 2007.

                      Your mythical rockets exist only in your imagination. I also admit their existence in the form of CDs or prototypes (although I don’t understand, what for now to mess with this outdated trash)
                    3. Charik April 22 2020 15: 10 New
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                      Well, and who to scare it with 40km, Georgia and Ukraine, but nothing like Burke with Aegis and SM2
    2. Mimoprohodil April 21 2020 20: 54 New
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      Miss the most important thing
      The pair immediately declined up to 30 m and, having traveled some distance, rose again up to 150 m. Here the pilots turned on the Agaves for the first time for a few seconds, but their screens were empty. Airplanes descended again on 30

      And the x-25 flies 40 km only from a launch height of 10 km
      1. Sky strike fighter April 21 2020 21: 09 New
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        What do you want from a tactical X-25? Compare then Exocet anti-ship missiles with anti-ship missiles X-59MK, X-59MK2, X-31AD, X-35U.
        1. Charik April 21 2020 21: 20 New
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          so what’s the point, what's the point of X25, at least you have to be an MPU suicide bomber to attack Cook with them
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            Quote: Charik
            so what’s the point, what's the point of X25, at least you have to be an MPU suicide bomber to attack Cook with them

            But for some reason, the Su-24 was carrying the X-25, and not the anti-ship missiles, probably because it can also be used as anti-ship missiles (the same X-25MT), because the X-25s are multifunctional.
            1. Charik April 22 2020 15: 17 New
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              Garik, you’re like an ant. Why? You’re carrying all kinds of garbage. (Comedy Club) is an ordinary demonstration of the presence, X25 doesn’t roll against such a pelvis, and why did they hang it? A million options.
        2. Mimoprohodil April 21 2020 21: 22 New
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          What do you want from the tactical X-25?
          That you are going to sink destroyers with them, although there are more adapted missiles
          1. Sky strike fighter April 21 2020 21: 36 New
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            Not me, but the Su-24, carrying the X-25.
            1. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 23: 28 New
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              Quote: Sky Strike fighter
              Not me, but the Su-24, carrying the X-25.

              But in the role of a lawyer, we just see ... Who do we see? And you can see it in the mirror)

              to treat the destroyer, there are more serious gifts. But they are expensive, and their pilots, apparently, do not let them roll. Therefore, they arrived with trash. But how zealously you defended ... motivating all the excellent characteristics of the rocket)
              1. blackice April 23 2020 07: 41 New
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                Then, for the rape, sit down, that is, a device !!! - an old joke.
                If a Russian plane flies with an X-25, then it is imperative to drown Donald Cook.
            2. Charik April 22 2020 15: 22 New
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              No Maxim, it is you drowned Burke on 2x-24x with BK in 4pcs X25 laughing (no offense)
        3. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 23: 21 New
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          Quote: Sky Strike fighter
          What do you want from a tactical X-25? Compare then Exocet anti-ship missiles with anti-ship missiles X-59MK, X-59MK2, X-31AD, X-35U.

          Yes, we do not want anything. We know that this is a short-range missile. You should be clear that to climb from such a modern destroyer is to receive the order posthumously.

          But what are you upholding? What X-25 is still a child prodigy?
      2. Charik April 22 2020 15: 11 New
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        And at a height of 10km-Burke, the carrier will see for a couple of 100km
  • Vadim02rus April 21 2020 14: 27 New
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    And from 0,33 seconds, who is on his tail?
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      Our two "drying".
  • businessv April 21 2020 14: 33 New
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    He intercepted a group of fighters of the Air Force of the Russian Federation over the sea.
    Pancake! What now to do, I can’t even imagine! One fighter intercepted a whole group !!! You can fool from the courage of a Belgian warrior - a loner, and even far from his homeland! Lithuanians, do not forget to give the defender a chocolate bar!
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      Quote: businessv
      What now to do, I can’t even imagine!

      Declare him a national hero in ... Lithuania laughing
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      Quote: businessv
      One fighter intercepted a whole group !!!

      And what is surprising, how many air-to-air missiles on one plane? Half-squadrons can be intercepted and shot down.
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        F16 -6 missiles BB sort of like
      2. businessv April 21 2020 21: 28 New
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        Quote: iouris
        Half-squadrons can be intercepted and shot down.

        Of course you can, colleague! It remains only to give the order "not to move" to those who will be fired! wink
        1. Charik April 22 2020 15: 29 New
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          hovering in place - preferably on afterburner for thermal and with radar on
    3. Pete mitchell April 21 2020 17: 47 New
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      Quote: businessv
      Lithuanians, do not forget to give the defender a chocolate bar!

      You still want to ruin them lol
      The NATO link usually sits in Zoknyaya, half of the available forces were raised to ... continuous laughter: well, they intercepted, then only take selfies - all life for the sake of likes
    4. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 20: 26 New
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      Quote: businessv
      One fighter intercepted a whole group !!!

      and now turn on the MOSC and try to imagine what the F-16 can do with the Su-24. How many missiles can be carried on board? And the gun has in addition.
      A modern fighter and one warrior in the field, if the enemy is a class lower

      By the way, more recently, a Venezuelan single Su-30 intercepted a couple of American - not bombers - fighters. And the Yankees are gone.
      Probably, you also laughed at situations - how did this one drive two away? It can not be!
      Quote: businessv
      You can fool with courage

      Quote: businessv
      give out a chocolate bar!
      1. Charik April 21 2020 21: 12 New
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        6 missiles-in F16, 10 for Su27,12 for Su30-what can the Su27 or 30th do with the A-10 (wart)
        1. Grigory_45 April 21 2020 21: 37 New
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          Quote: Charik
          10 for Su27,12 for Su30

          10 UR air combat on the Su-27 latest versions and
          6 air-to-air missiles on the Su-30

          Quote: Charik
          what can the Su27 or 30th do with the A-10 (wart)

          the same as the F-16 or F-15 - with the Su-24
          1. Charik April 22 2020 14: 28 New
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            6 medium-range guided missiles R-77, R-27R or R-27ER, R-27T or R-27ET with TGS and 6 melee missiles R-73 with TGS-6 + 6 = 12pcs at Su30
            1. Grigory_45 April 22 2020 14: 57 New
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              Quote: Charik
              12pcs at Su30

              on the central nodes of the UR explosives are not suspended.
              Everything is wrong - on the Su-30MK 10 suspension nodes for air combat missiles.
              1. Charik April 22 2020 15: 41 New
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                so there’s 12pcs of R and T series, and below 10pcs-R77
          2. Charik April 22 2020 14: 33 New
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            suspended at 10 points: 6 under the wings, 2 under the engines and 2 under the fuselage between the engines-Su27
      2. businessv April 22 2020 19: 15 New
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        Quote: Gregory_45
        Probably, you also laughed at situations - how did this one drive two away? It can not be!

        It is advisable not to turn off the brain, colleague! I still laugh at the situation and over your comment! Nobody drove away anyone - there was no such task as in Venezuela! Take your chocolate bar too, it soothes! hi
  • Keeping April 21 2020 14: 49 New
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    The joke repeated twice loses its relevance ... Cook and Drying already happened. Then it was cool, now stupid
  • APASUS April 21 2020 14: 57 New
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    It’s better to immediately write that the Russian planes themselves intercepted from the presence of the Belgian Air Force F-16, well, just beautiful laughing laughing lol
  • Varaga April 21 2020 15: 07 New
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    the Belgian Air Force F-16 fighter was raised. He intercepted a group of Russian Air Force fighters

    Only the insane can believe in this NATO nonsense. How can one aircraft “intercept” a whole group of aircraft ?! Could it be more correct to call "escort for observation"? As for me, so the NATO "self-intercepted" about our group of aircraft. It’s good that I didn’t “kill myself”. And then they would squeal from behind the tubercle that the Fu-16 pilot lost consciousness after the Russian pilot showed him his thumb.
  • rotkiv04 April 21 2020 15: 19 New
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    And are the Su-24s already fighters? Yes, the Russian videoconferencing system has become impoverished
  • askort154 April 21 2020 15: 24 New
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    Without modesty, the NATO press service adds to the video a caption about the “professionalism of the Belgian pilot” and that the NATO aviation deployed in the Baltic States is ready to perform tasks 24/7.

    They flew like that in the 20th century, only "communicated" visually, with the help of fingers, fists up to the "elbow joint". In the 21st century, everything is modern. Everything is filmed on camera.
    Continuous PR of the pilots through the media, without fear of punishment, for violating the safety of flights regulated by international agreement. And this is understandable, the blood of pilots always "asked for adrenaline."
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      Quote: askort154
      with the help of fingers, fists up to the "elbow joint".

      lol
  • siog2009 April 21 2020 16: 27 New
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    When on the tail of a couple of Sushka it is of course an interception
  • bober1982 April 21 2020 16: 34 New
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    In Soviet times, there was an aviation repair base (Su-24) in Siauliai, who flew on the Su-24 in the west, passed through it. Say, about thirty years ago, that a Belgian from Šiauliai would be attached, they would have mistaken for an abnormal one.
    One thing is good, and the airfield and flight area are well studied, it may work.
  • krops777 April 21 2020 16: 54 New
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    For interception from the Šiauliai airfield (Republic of Lithuania), the Belgian Air Force F-16 fighter was raised. He intercepted a group of fighters of the Air Force of the Russian Federation over the sea.


    He intercepted it right, at 34 seconds below, if Cook doesn’t swim if it’s already too late, he’s very proud of nothing. sad
  • Shelest2000 April 21 2020 17: 10 New
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    Having 2 Russian fighters on the tail, the question arises - who intercepted whom? laughing
    1. Olddetractor April 21 2020 17: 35 New
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      Belgian F-16 "intercepted", and Cook had to snatch wink
  • tolmachiev51 April 21 2020 17: 38 New
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    And what turns his head so nervously - the "interceptor" !!! ??? Su27 hanging on the tail!?
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      Quote: tolmachiev51
      And what turns his head so nervously - the "interceptor" !!! ??? Su27 hanging on the tail!?

      Also noticed how nervously twitches .. Russian they are unpredictable!
      Probably at least squeeze the overalls from the NATO member .. laughing
      1. sabakina April 21 2020 19: 23 New
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        Uruguay, if I understood the video correctly and put it on the automobile theme, then our plane raced along the oncoming lane with great speed so that the NATO did not even have time to look at the numbers, although he twisted his head so that his helmet almost fell off. I do not see any other explanation for these body movements.
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          Quote: sabakina
          Uruguay, if I understood the video correctly and put it on the automobile theme, then our plane raced along the oncoming lane with great speed so that the NATO did not even have time to look at the numbers, although he twisted his head so that his helmet almost fell off. I do not see any other explanation for these body movements.

          Understood correctly laughing The NATO will clearly have a displacement of the cervical vertebrae and trembling hands.
  • Charik April 21 2020 18: 11 New
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    the sixteenth intercepted KILLERS? madhouse
  • impostor April 21 2020 18: 11 New
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    Dear military airplanes, I would have kept silent, but curiosity tortured me viciously - please enlighten me, for the entog who is nervously twisting his head, what kind of stuff on the ZS is a filter cover, a bandage from a coronavirus, or some kind of accessory kamekadze on it Is any inscription embroidered?
  • Charik April 21 2020 18: 14 New
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    Hahaha, in the video, two Su (27th and 30th, if I’m not mistaken) clamped the sucker -Here he intercepted (point)
  • regdan April 21 2020 18: 36 New
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    Airplanes of the Russian Federation fled shamefully ...
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      the Belgian fled a point to wash off - after landing
  • Charik April 21 2020 20: 00 New
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    By the way, I also saw the second f16
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    Did the f-16 pilot shit himself?
  • A. Privalov April 21 2020 20: 09 New
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    Adult uncles, but behave like small children. It will not lead to anything good. It’s good that Donald’s team has strong nerves.
    1. Charik April 21 2020 21: 05 New
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      Big uncles, big toys, there’s definitely nothing to swim near the borders of others and everything will be calm, he showed, here I am, they showed him here we know what you are here, actually the captain of the ship decides what to do, I hope in Ameria Nervous in such positions do not put.
      1. A. Privalov April 21 2020 21: 23 New
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        Quote: Charik
        Big uncles, big toys, definitely nothing to swim about everything will be alright and he will be calm, he showed, here I am, they showed him here we know what you are here, actually the captain of the ship decides what to do, I hope in Ameria, they don’t put nervous people on such posts.

        A typical "sofa" reaction. Do you understand that the keyword here is "about"? They are in their own right. Located in international waters. And stupidly jumping with a Finnish on a steam locomotive, and this is not the first time, cause doubt in adequacy. Moreover, apparently, such actions are even encouraged. However, if something happens, the heads and shoulder straps will fly not small. negative
        1. Charik April 21 2020 21: 37 New
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          So the RF planes didn’t break anything either - they fly to themselves with missiles — why get nervous, there’s plenty of missiles on the ship, and suddenly someone on the shore gets nervous and gulps from Bala — but they’ll also put nerves there, by the way, the reaction from I have seats, and you and KP Strategic Missile Forces?
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          Airplanes of the Russian Federation are also in their own right, in air space near their borders, and they do not put inadequate helms for the helm, and the fact that the weapons are weak against the ship are arguing about this
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      Something, watching the last 15-20 years for the movements of the powerful, I am more and more convinced that they did not grow out of kindergarten pants, despite the availability of great opportunities. Sometimes I’m even scared - and these people have an ICBM launch button with a nuclear warhead ?!
      These imbeciles, in whom only the loot has some kind of meaning ?!
      I’m talking about the whole planet: the loot won in the struggle between good and evil!
  • Oleg Salov April 21 2020 20: 15 New
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    Do the Belgians also know how to fly?
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      Yeah, like crocodiles - "now!"
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        like a hedgehog, until no snow blows
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        Belgian campaign minus
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    As the NATO, crap, begin to get out. The Su-24 was a bait for Belgian morons, because they were fucked in the ZPS by the Russian Su-35.
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      but in my opinion, he was tapped by the lantern with the wings of Drying
  • zkorvin April 21 2020 20: 24 New
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    Quote: rocket757
    For interception from the Šiauliai airfield (Republic of Lithuania), the Belgian Air Force F-16 fighter was raised. He intercepted a group of fighters of the Air Force of the Russian Federation over the sea.

    How does he imagine it? Fighters of the Air Force of the Russian Federation flew in geese? And if they scattered in different directions? In general, the Belgian, in kind, sure that he accompanied our aircraft? To be honest, we did not even pay attention to him, we were more interested in the destroyer at our borders ...
    1. Pete mitchell April 22 2020 00: 03 New
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      we didn’t even pay attention to him, we were more interested in the destroyer at our borders ...

      My applause is simple and tasteful.
      In general, I sincerely doubt that Zoknay is taken into account in serious cutting - his among the first goals multiply by zero
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    training in conditions close to combat ...
  • Mihail2019 April 21 2020 21: 44 New
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    Cool "agitation"!
    True, it shows why, in addition to the Su-24 (which are in tight formation in pairs), there is also the Su-35, which "hangs" behind and from the other side ..
    And sharp movements of the head of the F-16 pilot clearly indicate that he is not “leading” someone, but “leading” him and are clearly hinting that, although there is international airspace, he’s definitely not at that point in this space make..
    And he himself understands this.
    "Defender", damn it - diaper, let him not forget to change, he got it!
    1. Charik April 21 2020 21: 49 New
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      I think it’s not dead, it’s necessary to be between two Su-courage mountain
      1. Mihail2019 April 21 2020 22: 08 New
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        Well, there may be no courage ..
        And, so to speak, some stupidity. Bashka he turned on the video that you are a pilot of the Second World War - for all 360, he clearly did not feel comfortable ..
        In general, the video is partly even funny: the 24th come in a closed pair, he catches up with them, then on the right, the Su-30th is very close, then either the 27th, or the 35th from behind from top to left ...
        And he swings his head back and forth.
        Actually, it looks just like that - the 24th drums, accompanied by the fighters, went "about their business." Then this “pepper” decided to demonstrate “European solidarity” and “North Atlantic resolve”. He was allowed to go to the "drummers", and then clamped to the "pincers". He “screwed up” fast (the last frame is the 24th and he diverges in completely different courses).
        Well, how in the west they can present their "lost" to present as a victory - we all know.
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    And someone considered that on the suspensions of the 27th and 30th, I only saw the 27th melee in the extreme.
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    Is Belgium the word Baltic? What are these Belgians doing in the so-called Estonia and over the Baltic Sea? NATO, not NATO, these cabbage tumblers should sit at home, and not destabilize the military-political situation on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Scoundrels, another word cannot be applied to these "flying" filibusters.
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      Well, Belgium is closer to the Baltic than for Cook, it’s just that he locked himself in neither topic (something he often flashes here and there, maybe he has something that not every Burke has)
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    Confuses the headline to the note: "Airplanes of the Russian Federation approached the destroyer Donald Cook, BUT they were intercepted by the Belgian F-16 ..." Who wrote it? The NATO message does not have the word "BUT"! But it in the title suggests that Russian planes flew on a mission, BUT there was an interception, and NATO planes thwarted the Russian operation! Only, I think, as our planes flew, and flew further to Cook. I would like the author of the material to explain why he put “BUT” in the title?
  • Brigadier April 21 2020 23: 27 New
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    Ay, Moska, she is strong to know ... lol
  • seregatara1969 April 22 2020 02: 14 New
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    These are the pilots in Belgium - one intercepted everyone. No one hid
  • SERGE TO April 22 2020 07: 43 New
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    yes, if the F-16 played, the wreckage would have been collected for a long time by sea
  • ilik54 April 22 2020 07: 53 New
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    This is very similar to a joke about a dog’s wedding. - A huge dog is sitting in the yard on a chain and sees a whole flock of mongers running along the street led by a huge dog. He jumps and with an anguish, runs the risk of tearing the collar, shouts - Guys, where are you? Here the smallest and bitter mongrel answers, - ... let's go! And the leader of the pack looks around and threateningly asks, “What?” - Oh, that you can’t see? - Cowardly, stewing, a mongrel screeches. I also intercept! Ugh!
  • Victor March 47 April 22 2020 10: 15 New
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    Quote: Lipchanin
    Quote: Charik
    I saw 2-24x and 1-27th and 1-30th?

    Yes, it looks like a lot of installation
    Part of the video is colored, another part is black and white and part is again colored request

    The property of an affectionate version of the Russian electronic warfare. Interfere with shooting in full HR di format. The Belgian has not yet tried Kraukhu. Inevitably, lost, would have landed in Kaliningrad.
    1. Charik April 22 2020 14: 18 New
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      many times I saw a video where black and white shooting, I think this is an outdoor camera from an aiming complex
  • Grading April 22 2020 10: 36 New
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    Quote: hto tama
    Quote: TermNachTER
    Well, yes, special professionalism is not observed. Acted strictly according to the instructions, what is the "highest professionalism"?

    Maybe the diapers were dry on landing recourse

    Oh another adherent
  • RHOXNT April 22 2020 10: 57 New
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    SU-24 was always considered a bomber, not?
  • tTshka April 22 2020 12: 19 New
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    Dig-pound ... me too, interceptors, fierce)))
  • rus-5819 April 22 2020 20: 11 New
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    A group of Russian fighters appeared in the sky above the Baltic Sea. The planes were approaching the destroyer "Donald Cook" of the US Navy. For interception from the Šiauliai airfield (Republic of Lithuania), the Belgian Air Force F-16 fighter was raised. He intercepted a group of fighters of the Air Force of the Russian Federation over the sea.

    Hero!!!! Alone, he devoted a whole group: fool laughing
  • A ray of light April 22 2020 20: 31 New
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    Drove away? He himself could be driven to the very Canadian border))
  • Protos April 23 2020 00: 28 New
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    Quote: iouris
    This ammunition is only suitable against a boat.

    Warhead from 90 to 140 kg!
    Kater will not be bad? laughing
  • loha April 23 2020 08: 05 New
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    "Interception - in aviation, the approach of an air defense aircraft (interceptor aircraft) to an intruder aircraft with the aim of identifying it, instructing its crew of the violation and subsequent removal of the offender from the restricted area or escort to the nearest landing aerodrome." Where is the violation and what did the Belgian pilot force the Russians to do?
  • Good forester April 23 2020 10: 22 New
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    The Belgian flew in to support the sailors, so that they would not again go to some port, write reports on dismissal.
  • 6am6uk April 25 2020 02: 43 New
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    Judging by the logic of sov (it is not written in the rules) and Czechs, Russians can shoot 10 such short films per day: /