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Israel’s national missile defense can shoot down satellites from orbit

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Israel gets along very badly with its Arab neighbors, and the threat of destruction by ballistic missiles is always relevant for it. To protect against this potential danger, Israel has built a defensive system that covers the entire country. But if this system can shoot down intercontinental missiles outside the atmosphere, then what will prevent it from shooting down flying satellites?


Israel’s national missile defense can shoot down satellites from orbit

This armory the Arrow system is one of the most advanced missile defense programs on Earth, and it is the first functioning system specifically designed to neutralize such threats.

Arrow has been developed for decades, and in 2000, its advanced version, Arrow 2, was launched. It has 90-percent accuracy and consists of a hypersonic two-stage missile with a divided warhead activated by a ground-based early-warning radar. The whole battery is mobile, which allows you to avoid proactive destruction by the enemy.

The Arrow system was designed and built by a joint team of Boeing and the Israeli aerospace company that is currently working on the Arrow 3 complex.

Unlike its predecessor, the Arrow 3 is capable of destroying ballistic missiles in space - even before they enter the atmosphere. At the same time, the Arrow 3 is almost two times lighter than the earlier model, which allows it to be mounted on board ships.

Israel first introduced these missile interceptors worth 2.5 million dollars at the Paris Airshow in 2009, but the system has not yet been officially launched. However, according to military analysts, the Arrow 3 system can already be deployed at the Israel Tal Sahara Air Force Base near Jerusalem, and can be put into operation by the end of this year.


And although Arrow 3 is designed to intercept ballistic missiles of the types that are in service with neighboring Iran, Syria and Lebanon, given the 100-kilometer vertical radius of the system, it can also serve as an anti-satellite weapon.

As stated by the head of the Space Research Center at the Fisher Tal Institute, Inbar: “Space military confrontation is the reality of the 21 century. And while many are talking about a world without space weapons, a responsible space power, such as Israel, should be ready for future situations. ”
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  1. Same lech
    Same lech 15 January 2014 11: 55
    +27
    And what did the Palestinians have got satellites? -Type we will fire at TEL-AVIV from a geostationary orbit with missiles of the class water supply-sewerage system.
    1. Igorboss16
      Igorboss16 15 January 2014 12: 41
      +13
      Interest is another, what kind of satellites are there with the orbit of 100 km ?? because at this height only space begins !!!
      1. Civil
        Civil 15 January 2014 13: 12
        +7
        And he knows how to dance to the havanagil, and make a gesheft at the resale of tractors)))))
        1. sledgehammer102
          sledgehammer102 15 January 2014 13: 47
          +3
          Quote: Igorboss16
          Interest is another, what kind of satellites are there with the orbit of 100 km ?? because at this height only space begins !!!


          Well, as the Aegis Be system can also do this, but a detailed study reveals that they knocked out an old satellite in a known orbit and known speed.
          1. AVV
            AVV 16 January 2014 00: 38
            0
            And with the help of a remote control from the ground !!! This is such a super modern technology !!! It searches itself, finds and destroys itself! And what kind of satellites fly over Israel, it turned out that the Americans, they listen, pinpoint, spy on their allies, how for Angela Merkel !!! And what do you want! The CIA does not sleep, and looks at everyone in a row !!!
            1. Insectid
              Insectid 16 January 2014 01: 13
              -1
              Quote: AVV
              And with the help of a remote control from the ground !!! Here is such a super modern technology !!! It searches itself, finds itself and destroys itself! And what kind of satellites fly over Israel,
              For example, look through the profile posted articles "shitty".
              A similar one will turn out there. Or he posted, whose flag is striped-white-blue. Is it not clear?
              A paid propogandonist in the service of the IDF or the commercial departments of firms selling weapons.

              http://topwar.ru/23382-platnye-internet-trolli-na-sluzhbe-gosudarstva-izrail.htm

              l


              american, listen, spot, peep
        2. A.YARY
          A.YARY 15 January 2014 13: 55
          +2
          And he knows how to dance to the havanagil, and make a gesheft at the resale of tractors)))))
          And so do circumcision and celebrate a barmitzva! laughing laughing
          PySy http://gearmix.ru/
          Quotes
          Israel’s national missile defense can shoot down satellites from orbit

          According to Israel himself, “they are only preparing for possible future situations”
          According to! Himself! Israel! laughing laughing
      2. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 15 January 2014 13: 22
        +6
        Quote: Igorboss16
        Interest is another, what kind of satellites are there with the orbit of 100 km ?? because at this height only space begins !!!


        The main thing sounds proudly! Cosmos! This state is reinventing itself with its Zionism, and it is banally thrown with Molotov cocktails, no air defense can save.
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        2. Saburov
          Saburov 15 January 2014 20: 49
          0
          It can bring down satellites and aliens, which can only be purchased from Izgail, the guarantee does not apply to fakes!
      3. Ezhaak
        Ezhaak 15 January 2014 13: 27
        +2
        Quote: Igorboss16
        Interest is another, what kind of satellites are there?

        The main thing is to promote yourself more often. They have no money to cover the country with a "tin dome", They also climbed into space. Talkers!
      4. URAL72
        URAL72 15 January 2014 13: 47
        +8
        "Another thing is of interest, what kind of satellites are there with an orbit of 100 km ?? after all, at this altitude, only space begins !!!"

        Conventional communication satellites, research, etc. There are circular orbits (low altitude), and there are geostationary ones. Hypersound for missiles, this is not news for a long time, the S-400 is capable of hitting targets at a speed of 4500 km. And this is already hypersound. Under Saddam, Iraq had a space program and even launched a satellite. Today, Iran went much further, and wrote that it was successful, launched the monkey 2 times, and this time it even returned alive. Many countries have their own satellites that simply order them abroad, for example, to monitor crops, for example (why not optical reconnaissance?). In general, Jews have first-class developments in the field of optoelectronics and radar, for example, the Su-30MKI have many Israeli sensors. The same India (and not only) willingly buys Jewish radars, though not very cheap ...
        1. beard999
          beard999 15 January 2014 14: 38
          +7
          Quote: URAL72
          Conventional communication satellites, research, etc.

          Can you name specific spacecraft that have a working orbit of 100 km? Low-orbit satellites are all the same from 150 km and higher.
          http://www.sat.belastro.net/glava2/glava2.php
          Israel never even tried to shoot down targets in space. The article is a banal example of cheap Israeli propaganda.
      5. mirag2
        mirag2 15 January 2014 16: 48
        +2
        In fact, nothing funny, but over and above the innovation, too, the Chinese have long ago shot down some kind of satellite.
      6. And Us Rat
        And Us Rat 16 January 2014 00: 32
        +2
        Quote: Igorboss16
        Interest is another, what kind of satellites are there with the orbit of 100 km ?? because at this height only space begins !!!

        The whole article is written so clumsily, mediocre and with egregious author’s profanity that I perceive it only as provocation - one of the ways to justify an opponent in the eyes of others is a deliberate bear service. In life, I have not read anything more poorly collected.

        PS - For reference, Arrow-2 interception heights (Block-4 and Block-4.1): from 150km - the initial launch, about 50 km - duplicate if the first does not hit. The planned height of the Arrow-3 interception was not disclosed, there was a test interception at 100 + km, which does not mean anything. (according to the requirements of the army - the system really should have anti-satellite capabilities)
        Judging by the video, it flies quite high.
        1. Insectid
          Insectid 16 January 2014 00: 45
          -3
          Quote: And Us Rat
          The whole article is written so clumsily, mediocre and with egregious author’s profanity that I perceive it as nothing more than a provocation - one of the ways to justify an opponent in the eyes of others is a deliberate bear service. In life, I have not read anything more poorly collected.

          And someone ordered the "anasratelny" to be here
          Professor (2) IL Yesterday, 22:05 PM ↑
          Personally, I’m tired of Jewish laudatory articles on the Russian military site!
          Tired, pass by and don’t read. Minus under the article and go on to the barricades.

          The same goes for you. Or -
          Hedgehog (1) RU December 10, 2013 11:21 ↑
          Few of them can be considered a patriot of Russia. There are only a few of them. They tried life in Israel, returned and did not talk so actively about those "advantages" about which the patriots of Israel rattle. But there are also citizens of Russia who lived in Israel and are following the same line as the patriots of Israel, read - Zionists. On occasion, they are ready to flee Russia again. Here they are kept only by money, which for them is not in Israel.

          Still?...
          Or are you again a record with your favorite hutspa on the gramophone? ....
          It can sit on the tahat evenly and not vigil publicly, since they allow it to sit at all, and not to lie in a bunch .....
          1. And Us Rat
            And Us Rat 16 January 2014 05: 36
            +1
            Insect - translated from English - Insect .... well, I can only shrug request Words will be superfluous here lol my condolences hi
    2. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 15 January 2014 13: 11
      0
      This is a promise to Iran ...
      1. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 15 January 2014 13: 27
        +4
        ShturmKGB
        This is a promise to Iran ...


        And Iran, this promise is up to the stars. Iran is now being bought by our air defense and this promise was spit on a spit. There is no common border, no common interests either. The only thing they have in common is hereditary hatred of each other. Again, it depends on who will order the music. Ahmadinejad won hell exploited this hatred and where is he now, and where did the country lead to? right to the red line ... Now they will erase the line and this business can be archived for a while. So let the Jews spend money on stupid things if they can’t come up with something more interesting.
    3. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 15 January 2014 14: 07
      +2
      not only Palestine in a dream sees a world without a promised land, Israel has a lot of "friends", the question is different: what do we have, let's say amerov's SM-3?
      1. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 15 January 2014 14: 15
        +2
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        the question is different: do we have something similar to say about the Amerov SM-3?


        The question is incorrectly posed. What does an American have as effective as a s-400?
        1. older
          older 15 January 2014 20: 25
          +1
          The question is posed incorrectly, but will our mace take off at least 30km?
        2. Professor
          Professor 15 January 2014 22: 08
          0
          Quote: Geisenberg
          What does an American have as effective as a s-400?

          And what is the effectiveness of this S-400? On paper and in sterile polygon conditions? wassat
          1. Don
            Don 16 January 2014 12: 20
            0
            Quote: Professor
            And what is the effectiveness of this S-400? On paper and in sterile polygon conditions?

            And your efficiency is not on paper? And how do you think you need to test the air defense system not at the training ground?
            1. Professor
              Professor 16 January 2014 12: 27
              +1
              Quote: Don
              And your efficiency is not on paper? And how do you think you need to test the air defense system not at the training ground?

              In my opinion, do not shout about effectiveness until there has been a combat use. Here you can talk about the effectiveness of the LCD, but it’s too early about the S-300, S-400 and Hets.
              1. Don
                Don 16 January 2014 12: 54
                0
                Quote: Professor
                In my opinion, do not shout about effectiveness until there has been a combat use.

                I agree on this I do not drive at air defense systems which were not in combat use, but look at the performance characteristics, be it air defense systems of the Russian Federation, China, the USA or Israel. You can only argue on them, they are not taken from the ceiling, but if they exaggerate, I don’t think so much. Moreover, you can’t deceive the customer. You’ll write that the radar of an air defense system detects 1000 km of a target, but in reality it works for 200 km. Here I have a range of detection radar Arrow-2 900km a lot of questions. Why, then, does Arrow-2 not cover the entire territory of Israel ?!
                1. Professor
                  Professor 16 January 2014 12: 58
                  0
                  Quote: Don
                  Here I have a range of detection radar Arrow-2 900km a lot of questions. Why, then, does Arrow-2 not cover the entire territory of Israel ?!

                  900 km does not officially go anywhere. Covers the entire territory of Israel. Therefore, it is based in ...

                  Why on the wheelbase has already been explained.
                  1. Don
                    Don 16 January 2014 13: 21
                    0
                    Quote: Professor
                    900 km does not officially go anywhere. Covers the entire territory of Israel. Therefore, it is based in ...

                    Officially announced deployment sites are Palahimim and Ein Shemer. The radius of action is 100km. They do not cover the south.
              2. Don
                Don 16 January 2014 12: 54
                0
                Quote: Professor
                In my opinion, do not shout about effectiveness until there has been a combat use.

                I agree on this I do not drive at air defense systems which were not in combat use, but look at the performance characteristics, be it air defense systems of the Russian Federation, China, the USA or Israel. You can only argue on them, they are not taken from the ceiling, but if they exaggerate, I don’t think so much. Moreover, you can’t deceive the customer. You’ll write that the radar of an air defense system detects 1000 km of a target, but in reality it works for 200 km. Here I have a range of detection radar Arrow-2 900km a lot of questions. Why, then, does Arrow-2 not cover the entire territory of Israel ?!
                1. Professor
                  Professor 16 January 2014 13: 25
                  +1
                  Quote: Don
                  You get and confirmed my words, the LCD will not hit such a volley. This, in principle, is understandable; his tasks are different.

                  Will hit. In a combat situation, shot down a volley of two dozen missiles. It will hit more, but IMHO just won’t get to this. Bulldozers will roll out potential starting positions.

                  Quote: Don
                  And Israel cannot scan every square meter of Lebanon from satellites.

                  He has been doing this for a long time and not only from satellites. Yesterday, only Lebanese complained that again Israeli drones circled over their territory.

                  Quote: Don
                  It would be so easy, they would not have allowed anyone to launch rockets at all.

                  They do not give them. They launch a pair of rockets and appear before Allah.
                  1. Don
                    Don 16 January 2014 15: 27
                    0
                    Quote: Professor
                    Will hit. In a combat situation, shot down a volley of two dozen missiles.

                    One salvo? Can you give an example?
                    Quote: Professor
                    Bulldozers will roll out potential starting positions.

                    In what sense?
                    Quote: Professor
                    He has been doing this for a long time and not only from satellites. Yesterday, only Lebanese complained that again Israeli drones circled over their territory.

                    Quote: Professor
                    He has been doing this for a long time and not only from satellites. Yesterday, only Lebanese complained that again Israeli drones circled over their territory.

                    laughing Are you kidding me? And then purely logical. How do you generally assume that missiles are launched at you? Why do not you immediately cover aviation, artillery or OTRK?
                    Quote: Professor
                    They launch a pair of rockets and appear before Allah.

                    Contradict yourself. They release it on 20, then they don’t give it at all. You are already determined.
                    And why was Israel so worried that Hezbollah would get the Scuds from Syria? The whole territory is visible at a glance, in your opinion. They would have covered before the shot.
                    PS I understand that you are a patriot of your new country, but there is no need to exaggerate so frankly.
                    1. Professor
                      Professor 16 January 2014 15: 38
                      0
                      Quote: Don
                      One salvo? Can you give an example?

                      There is an example on YouTube. Come across - lay out.
                      PS In my video, the interception of 14 missiles is higher.

                      Quote: Don
                      Quote: Professor
                      Bulldozers will roll out potential starting positions.
                      In what sense?

                      Literally. Massive shelling will begin and Israeli D-9 will level the starting position with the ground.

                      Quote: Don
                      Are you kidding me? And then purely logical. How do you generally assume that missiles are launched at you? Why do not you immediately cover aviation, artillery or OTRK?

                      I'm not kidding. The EU threatens Israel with a boycott for return fire, and they will simply eat it for preventive fire.
                      Here is an example of how the news is made:
                      http://vimeo.com/29280708

                      Quote: Don
                      Contradict yourself. They release it on 20, then they don’t give it at all. You are already determined.

                      What should I decide? For example, today, they launched 6 missiles for no reason. There wasn’t any kind of war. Could and have time to run 20. That's when the war begins and, roughly speaking, the gunners are sitting with a shell in the barrel and the drones are hanging over .... here then we can’t talk about volleys.

                      Quote: Don
                      PS I understand that you are a patriot of your new country, but there is no need to exaggerate so frankly.

                      No exaggeration, only knowledge and experience. I myself can’t stand urapatriots of all countries.
                      1. Don
                        Don 20 January 2014 17: 14
                        0
                        Quote: Professor
                        There is an example on YouTube. Come across - lay out.

                        Agreed. If that in a personal discard.
                        Quote: Professor
                        PS In my video, the interception of 14 missiles is higher.

                        I counted 11, but could go astray.
                        Quote: Professor
                        Literally. Massive shelling will begin and Israeli D-9 will level the starting position with the ground.

                        What is a D-9?
                        Quote: Professor
                        I'm not kidding. The EU threatens Israel with a boycott for return fire, and they will simply eat it for preventive fire.

                        laughing No, probably all the same kidding. At least once you really did a boycott or imposed sanctions. They only express their concern. As many times as your state violates international standards, probably not one violates. The sanctions for 1967 should have been introduced against you a long time ago. Why not enter. So let's not tell tales that you are afraid of something there. About preventive strikes. You constantly apply them. Syria, Sudan, Iraq, Gaza. How many have already been in the last 10 years? So, without this nonsense, let's say that you say that you do not deliver preventive strikes because you are afraid of sanctions. Apply. But on such small goals as Grad, you cannot strike on time and on all, because you can’t keep track of every square meter.
                        Quote: Professor
                        There wasn’t any kind of war. Could and have time to run 20. That's when the war begins and, roughly speaking, the gunners are sitting with a shell in the barrel and the drones are hanging over .... here then we can’t talk about volleys.

                        Oh come on you. Why, then, during the Second Lebanon, the Grads were letting you in for two months? There was a war. They should have immediately covered all positions before firing. And you did not cover.
                      2. Professor
                        Professor 20 January 2014 17: 26
                        0
                        Quote: Don
                        What is a D-9?



                        Quote: Don
                        At least once you really did a boycott or imposed sanctions.

                        After 1967 there was a real economic boycott. Here the whole country traveled exclusively to Subaru so the other manufacturers did not want to sell.

                        Quote: Don
                        About preventive strikes. You constantly apply them. Syria, Sudan, Iraq, Gaza. How many have already been in the last 10 years?

                        Tales of it all. There are still no evidence.

                        Quote: Don
                        Why, then, during the Second Lebanon, the Grads were letting you in for two months? There was a war. They should have immediately covered all positions before firing. And you did not cover.

                        Most of the positions were knocked out in the first days of the war, but the fact that they fired 2-3 missiles from schools, that's what we are talking about. Until they are launched from "pinched" places, then they cannot be touched. Everyone knows where the Hamas leadership hid in 2008, but no one dared to bomb. IMHO in vain.
                    2. Don
                      Don 20 January 2014 17: 14
                      0
                      Quote: Professor
                      There is an example on YouTube. Come across - lay out.

                      Agreed. If that in a personal discard.
                      Quote: Professor
                      PS In my video, the interception of 14 missiles is higher.

                      I counted 11, but could go astray.
                      Quote: Professor
                      Literally. Massive shelling will begin and Israeli D-9 will level the starting position with the ground.

                      What is a D-9?
                      Quote: Professor
                      I'm not kidding. The EU threatens Israel with a boycott for return fire, and they will simply eat it for preventive fire.

                      laughing No, probably all the same kidding. At least once you really did a boycott or imposed sanctions. They only express their concern. As many times as your state violates international standards, probably not one violates. The sanctions for 1967 should have been introduced against you a long time ago. Why not enter. So let's not tell tales that you are afraid of something there. About preventive strikes. You constantly apply them. Syria, Sudan, Iraq, Gaza. How many have already been in the last 10 years? So, without this nonsense, let's say that you say that you do not deliver preventive strikes because you are afraid of sanctions. Apply. But on such small goals as Grad, you cannot strike on time and on all, because you can’t keep track of every square meter.
                      Quote: Professor
                      There wasn’t any kind of war. Could and have time to run 20. That's when the war begins and, roughly speaking, the gunners are sitting with a shell in the barrel and the drones are hanging over .... here then we can’t talk about volleys.

                      Oh come on you. Why, then, during the Second Lebanon, the Grads were letting you in for two months? There was a war. They should have immediately covered all positions before firing. And you did not cover.
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                  3. atalef
                    atalef 16 January 2014 15: 46
                    0
                    Quote: Don
                    One salvo? Can you give an example?

                    well no further than tonight
                    On the night of Thursday, 16 January, the territory of Israel was rocket fired from the Gaza Strip.

                    Palestinian terrorists fired several rockets at Ashkelon. The Tseva Adom early warning system for missile attacks was activated in the city and surrounding settlements.

                    Five missiles were shot down by the batteries of the Iron Dome anti-missile defense system, the sixth, according to preliminary data, exploded in an open area (the place of its fall has not yet been found).

                    Information about injured and material damage caused by shelling was not received.

                    Let me remind you that the system only shoots down missiles that can cause some sort of damage (i.e. get into houses, etc.)

                    Quote: Don
                    In what sense?

                    In the sense that no one will sit and wait while they shoot
                    Israeli Defense Forces airplanes launched a series of attacks on terrorist targets in the Gaza Strip in response to rocket fire in Ashkelon. According to the IDF press service, rocket mines, weapons depots and missile production workshops were attacked, as well as one of the militants' facilities in the north of the Gaza Strip. Accurate hits on targets were recorded. All aircraft involved in the operation safely returned to base.



                    Quote: Don
                    Are you kidding me? And then purely logical. How do you generally assume that missiles are launched at you? Why do not you immediately cover aviation, artillery or OTRK?

                    In the event of a preemptive strike, tolerasts and advocates of the rights of palaces (there are half of the site here) in the world too. start screaming about the poor and unfortunate palaces and how hard it is for them to live.
                    Quote: Don
                    Contradict yourself. They release it on 20, then they don’t give it at all. You are already determined.

                    No, sometimes they succeed. But this only slightly delay their long-awaited meeting with 72
                    Quote: Don
                    And why was Israel so worried that Hezbollah would get the Scuds from Syria? The whole territory is visible at a glance, in your opinion. Before the shot would have covered

                    Because it is easier to prevent a threat than to fight it later
                    Quote: Don
                    PS I understand that you are a patriot of your new country, but no need to exaggerate so frankly

                    In what
                    1. Don
                      Don 20 January 2014 17: 37
                      0
                      Quote: atalef
                      well no further than tonight
                      On the night of Thursday, 16 January, the territory of Israel was rocket fired from the Gaza Strip.

                      Dear, we argue about the BM-21 hall, which is 40 missiles, and not 6, like at night.
                      Quote: atalef
                      In the sense that no one will sit and wait while they shoot
                      Israeli Defense Forces airplanes launched a series of attacks on terrorist targets in the Gaza Strip in response to rocket fire in Ashkelon. According to the IDF press service, rocket mines, weapons depots and missile production workshops were attacked, as well as one of the militants' facilities in the north of the Gaza Strip. Accurate hits on targets were recorded. All aircraft involved in the operation safely returned to base.

                      Very well, I don’t like Hamas myself, but I’ve heard these reports for several years now, several times. Why are there so many warehouses, workshops on the territory and everything is not how to destroy, you cannot completely destroy them.
                      Quote: atalef
                      But this only slightly delay their long-awaited meeting with the 72nd virgin

                      laughing Are they not 90? I can’t understand how adults can believe in that ?! Well, what a normal person would believe in that?
                      Quote: atalef
                      Because it is easier to prevent a threat than to fight it later

                      Of course, it’s better, but the Professor is telling me that you do not deliver preventive strikes, you are afraid of EU sanctions and cries.
                      Quote: atalef
                      In what

                      In the capabilities of your LCD. Good against minor volleys, but against volleys of 2-3 BM-21 vehicles, it will not cope. In general, let's not argue about the BM-21 Grad. We won’t be able to check until such a salvo exists. But in torii you can argue for a long time.
                    2. Don
                      Don 20 January 2014 17: 37
                      0
                      Quote: atalef
                      well no further than tonight
                      On the night of Thursday, 16 January, the territory of Israel was rocket fired from the Gaza Strip.

                      Dear, we argue about the BM-21 hall, which is 40 missiles, and not 6, like at night.
                      Quote: atalef
                      In the sense that no one will sit and wait while they shoot
                      Israeli Defense Forces airplanes launched a series of attacks on terrorist targets in the Gaza Strip in response to rocket fire in Ashkelon. According to the IDF press service, rocket mines, weapons depots and missile production workshops were attacked, as well as one of the militants' facilities in the north of the Gaza Strip. Accurate hits on targets were recorded. All aircraft involved in the operation safely returned to base.

                      Very well, I don’t like Hamas myself, but I’ve heard these reports for several years now, several times. Why are there so many warehouses, workshops on the territory and everything is not how to destroy, you cannot completely destroy them.
                      Quote: atalef
                      But this only slightly delay their long-awaited meeting with the 72nd virgin

                      laughing Are they not 90? I can’t understand how adults can believe in that ?! Well, what a normal person would believe in that?
                      Quote: atalef
                      Because it is easier to prevent a threat than to fight it later

                      Of course, it’s better, but the Professor is telling me that you do not deliver preventive strikes, you are afraid of EU sanctions and cries.
                      Quote: atalef
                      In what

                      In the capabilities of your LCD. Good against minor volleys, but against volleys of 2-3 BM-21 vehicles, it will not cope. In general, let's not argue about the BM-21 Grad. We won’t be able to check until such a salvo exists. But in torii you can argue for a long time.
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      2. Don
        Don 16 January 2014 12: 38
        0
        Quote: Geisenberg
        The question is incorrectly posed. What does an American have as effective as a s-400?

        2 THAAD batteries and 100 SM-3 missiles on cruisers and destroyers.
  2. Megatron
    Megatron 15 January 2014 18: 10
    +1
    Personally, I’m tired of Jewish laudatory articles on the Russian military site!
    1. Professor
      Professor 15 January 2014 22: 05
      +1
      Quote: Megatron
      Personally, I’m tired of Jewish laudatory articles on the Russian military site!

      Tired, pass by and don’t read. Minus under the article and go on to the barricades.
      1. Insectid
        Insectid 16 January 2014 00: 33
        -1
        Not later than the day before yesterday "for your honor" ALEXANDER ROMANOV himself fought! Appreciate! Do not flatter yourself - your "elevation" is a challenge to the rest of yours, to say the least,
        The equivalent value of your labor in rustling pieces of paper or beet-coganah, of course, was not voiced, but implied. The argument for debiting funds to your fee is knowledge of four languages. Is it necessary to confirm this?
        To what extent do we speak Spanish? You can publish an article on the expulsion of Jews before their persecution in Spain on your own behalf. I warn you, there are many supporting figures. A high-quality translation is needed, or "Basque" is not included in the list of 4 languages. Maybe you would advise a specialist, it is better not to be a Jew like you, this is already causing distrust.
        Best regards, associate professor "squared". hi
  3. Pimply
    Pimply 16 January 2014 12: 41
    -2
    What, in the opponents of Israel, only the Palestinians?
  • GreatRussia
    GreatRussia 15 January 2014 11: 57
    +10
    Israel’s national missile defense can shoot down satellites from orbit

    Curious, and what satellite was brought down in practice by this system?


    It has 90 percent accuracy and consists from hypersonic two-stage rocket ...

    Already from hypersonic? Oh how! fellow
    1. Onyx
      Onyx 15 January 2014 12: 05
      +3
      Quote: GreatRussia
      Curious, and what satellite was brought down in practice by this system?

      It is also curious when at least one ICBM was intercepted by this system?
      1. Ustian
        Ustian 15 January 2014 13: 43
        +5
        Quote: Onyx
        Quote: GreatRussia
        Curious, and what satellite was brought down in practice by this system?

        It is also curious when at least one ICBM was intercepted by this system?

        Theoretically, it can intercept small asteroids in deep space and ships of unfriendly aliens!
    2. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 15 January 2014 12: 18
      +8
      Yeah ... Hypersound in the near space ... 100 km ... Godzila is coming !!!

      At the same time, Arrow 3 is almost two times lighter than the earlier model, which allows it to be mounted on board ships.
      That is, before it was large and bulky, which did not allow it to be mounted on ships. but only on trailers. And now ... it has become so tiny that the ship will not burst at the seams and will not sink from the weight of this system.
      I don’t know how it really is with the system, but the author from the reprinted original source must either start smoking plants or go to study. And not just the humanities.
    3. fzr1000
      fzr1000 15 January 2014 12: 35
      +4
      Well, maybe hypersonic. What is strange? 4,5 M is hypersound, and 10 M is hypersound too. Another is strange, but why is this Israel? After all, he will not bring down the satellites of the United States and NATO countries, and if he knocks ours or the Chinese with the Iranian, will this not be the beginning of a big war?
      1. Ustian
        Ustian 15 January 2014 13: 49
        +2
        Quote: fzr1000
        Why is it for Israel? After all, he will not bring down satellites of the USA and NATO countries, but

        Over time, everything can change! The political situation in our time is changing at lightning speed.
    4. Rus2012
      Rus2012 15 January 2014 12: 48
      +6
      Quote: GreatRussia
      Already from hypersonic? Oh how!

      laughing

      In accordance with the anti-missile development program, its first flight was carried out in February 2013.
      At the beginning of 2015, it is planned to carry out a real interception of an attacking ballistic target, at the end of 2015 or at the beginning of 2016 g. PR should be adopted by the Israeli army.
      Source - http://www.armstass.su/?page=article&aid=124763&cid=24

      Given that it carries out kinetic interception, more stringent requirements must be presented to it than CAM-3, as well as a target designation system with appropriate accuracy of both measurements and calculations. The error is above 1km at 300km, SAM-3 does not work. It’s necessary to think this device too ...
      And against Iskander, this proleta is useless, as well as against missiles with PCB

      Although it may get into satellites (with previously known parameters of the orbit) if the Yankees give accurate measurements ...
    5. BARKAS
      BARKAS 15 January 2014 14: 37
      +3
      Quote: GreatRussia
      Curious, and what satellite was brought down in practice by this system?

      Only here there were not enough Jews, we and the Chinese who "distinguished themselves" in this matter are still debris in orbit! As for the interception of ICBMs, they most likely decided to tease Iran.
    6. 31231
      31231 15 January 2014 22: 42
      +1
      Well, the Jews, they recently shot down something there. Nothing is heard about the satellites, but ours flashed 2 ICBMs launched from the Mediterranean and disappeared near the shores of the Jews. The only question is how 2 missiles can become 90% percent ?! To get 90%, you need to run at least 10 goals and shoot down 9 of them.
      Oh, these Jews love to embellish their merits.
      1. atalef
        atalef 15 January 2014 22: 55
        -2
        Quote: 31231
        The only question is how can 2 rockets become 90% percent ?! In order to get 90%, you must at least run 10 targets and shoot 9 of them.

        Why not launch 100 and bring down 90?
        Such an impression. that the tests are single. + mathematical analysis and probability theory - if that tells you something. All Hets-3 launches were deemed successful, even more
        An analysis of the test launches of the Hets-3 (Strela-3) missiles, which took place in February last year at the Palmachim airbase in cooperation with American partners, showed that the experiment was successful and even exceeded all expectations to such an extent that can accelerate the implementation of this program.

        Hetz-3 is the Israeli solution to the interception of long-range missiles that enter the Earth's atmosphere. The improved missile will be able to withstand the launch scenarios of Iranian nuclear-armed ballistic missiles.



        Quote: 31231
        Oh, these Jews love to embellish their merits.

        Well, we are definitely far from Mace
        Of the 19 starts, only 11 are successful (57%). but adopted.
        1. bif
          bif 16 January 2014 00: 07
          0
          Quote: atalef
          Well, we are definitely far from Mace
          Of the 19 starts, only 11 are successful (57%). but adopted.

          To be precise, 12 was successful and partially successful.
          But what does the Mace and Hetz-3 have to do with it? These are completely opposite things. Compare then the same type of weapon.
          All Hets-3 launches were deemed successful
          All 2 pieces, last January 3. In general, Hets-3 (like Hets-2) and SM-3 (and, accordingly, SM-2) are painfully similar projects of 2's competing companies - Boing and Raytheon.
          "Colonel Hasson also said that ... the main difference between the Hetz-3 and the Hetz-2 system is the rejection of the" battery concept ", in which the missile defense battery was equipped with means of detecting an enemy missile. the work of detecting enemy missiles is performed by a deployed network of radars and sensors, which transmits data to the operations center, where they decide which missile defense battery to use in a particular case - Hetz-3, Hetz-2 or Patriot. "
          "Izhdis" only in the land version.

          "These tests were scheduled back in September 2012, but they were postponed due to the discovery of technical problems. Then the malfunction forced the designers to deliver the anti-missile from the launch pad to the plant of the Aviation Industry Concern (TAA).
          So far, various elements of the Hets-3 system have been tested, including radars and launchers. This time, the testers were to first test the flight performance of the missile itself.
          The test conditions did not include the task of hitting any target. Their goal is to ensure that the Hets-3 is capable of spending enough time in the airto shoot down a ballistic missile fired at Israel. "
          "Tests of the Hetz-3 system will be carried out on Israeli territory. Representatives of the US Department of Defense and senior Boeing employees involved in this project. "
  • HAM
    HAM 15 January 2014 12: 06
    +16
    The problem is not to bring down a rocket or satellite, but the problem is whether the rocket or satellite will see the territory of Israel without optics.
    1. sscha
      sscha 15 January 2014 12: 50
      +5
      The Germans with binoculars from Zeiss will help! laughing hi
    2. bif
      bif 15 January 2014 23: 19
      +1
      Israel has built a defensive system that covers the whole country
      No wonder the size of the country allows you to put 4's machine gunners around the perimeter and organize the same air defense and praise your defense system.
  • SibRUS
    SibRUS 15 January 2014 12: 08
    +13
    Israel has built a defensive system that covers the whole country

    Get off the sum, you need to add: "the vast territory of Israel" laughing
    1. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 15 January 2014 12: 23
      +6
      And why does the complex need mobility? The stationary version will cover the entire Middle East. And to protect "his stationary majesty" there are all sorts of "Domes" and other things. Yes, the entire Tsakhal as one will defend the country's last hope from Hezbollah's attack from space!
      laughing
      1. Ezhaak
        Ezhaak 15 January 2014 13: 31
        +1
        Quote: abrakadabre
        And why does the complex need mobility?

        So that the Palestinians, or the Syrians of Kassam, do not bomb stationary mines.
        1. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 15 January 2014 13: 36
          +2
          Firstly, for this they have an even more active PR dome.
          Secondly, what kind of mine is it that its flying piece of water pipe can eliminate ?!
          But if you believe PR, then the first paragraph with a margin should be enough.
          1. Ezhaak
            Ezhaak 15 January 2014 13: 56
            0
            Quote: abrakadabre
            they have an even more active PR Dome.

            I already wrote above that they don’t have money to fully deploy the Tin Cumpol !!!
            1. mirag2
              mirag2 15 January 2014 17: 05
              +2
              The American taxpayers working on two jobs pay for the Dome, and we including, and everyone who uses the buck.
              Obama, in the light of recent events with the Iranian agreements, threw him some more money into armaments under the Foreign Military Financing program — moreover, he has the right to spend this money not only on weapons manufactured in the USA (as Pupyrchaty claimed) - but the only one of the countries receiving assistance under such a program 25% spends in his country.
              Therefore, the Dome is so expensive, why not buy more expensive from yourself for other people's money!
              Only refuse such a simple gesheft!
              1. Professor
                Professor 15 January 2014 17: 09
                -3
                Quote: mirag2
                Therefore, the Dome is so expensive, why not buy more expensive from yourself for other people's money!

                Which one dear? Sound the cost of the dome and comparable systems, pliz.
                1. abrakadabre
                  abrakadabre 16 January 2014 08: 07
                  +1
                  I have no doubt in your erudition.
                  But I have a way of conducting a discussion.
                  In the best houses in London and Paris, it is customary to immediately present your arguments to the opponent, and not to talk in the style of "I will answer a question with a question"
                  wink
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 16 January 2014 10: 15
                    0
                    Have you decided to educate? Useless. tongue

                    Today, at dawn, the LCD successfully intercepted 5 missiles (not casams).
                    Palestinian terrorists fired 6 missiles at Ashkelon
                    Five missiles were shot down by the batteries of the Iron Dome anti-missile defense system, the sixth, according to preliminary data, exploded in an open area (the place of its fall has not yet been found).
            2. abrakadabre
              abrakadabre 16 January 2014 08: 04
              0
              I already wrote above that they do not have money for the full deployment of the Tin Cumpol !!!

              Well, for the country's last hope from an attack from space, you can put an extra battery to protect the mine. Well, or move the existing battery a little. This is not a half-Eurasia dome cover. Parukm there, a couple here ...
              :)
              So I do not see a reason for the mobility of the complex. The country is small in area.
              1. Professor
                Professor 16 January 2014 10: 16
                0
                Quote: abrakadabre
                So I do not see a reason for the mobility of the complex.

                Survival.
                1. abrakadabre
                  abrakadabre 16 January 2014 10: 45
                  0
                  And the "Dome" then why the heck? He's a super duper. And then there is the Air Force, armored vehicles, and much more. Or all of the above - bullshit and cardboard fool? Given the fact that, as stated in the article, it is necessary to shoot down satellites almost Hezbollah
                  wassat
                  You don’t turn on me a fool here
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 16 January 2014 15: 43
                    0
                    Quote: abrakadabre
                    And the "Dome" then why the heck? He's a super duper. And then there is the Air Force, armored vehicles, and much more. Or all of the above - bullshit and cardboard fool? Given the fact that, as stated in the article, it is necessary to shoot down satellites almost Hezbollah

                    Any interception system has statistics. No one ever guarantees 100% interception. God save saves. Even Putin, possessing the most advanced air defense, etc., did not refuse a bunker near the Kremlin. laughing

                    PS
                    I’m ignoring the fool ... am
  • Don
    Don 15 January 2014 12: 18
    +5
    Something I did not understand about what they wrote. About what a wonderful ZRS ?! Well, it’s not a question, maybe a good one, so at least write the characteristics, otherwise nothing is written about the radar or about the rocket.
  • indiggo
    indiggo 15 January 2014 12: 21
    +2
    oh all these are fairy tales, Jews like to fantasize. they also wrote about their purchase that this is the best system in the world, but as a result, everything turned out not so rosy))
  • predator.3
    predator.3 15 January 2014 12: 26
    +2
    On the picture. I don’t know what is inside the container, but with the appearance it resembles the S-300!
    1. kostyan77708
      kostyan77708 15 January 2014 12: 36
      +3
      rather Antey 2500
  • ramin_serg
    ramin_serg 15 January 2014 12: 32
    +4
    Palestine doesn’t have satellites, and they will shoot down whatever laws they want; they aren’t written, and the United Nations didn’t spit on them ethically and the rights of everyone and everyone
    1. askort154
      askort154 15 January 2014 13: 37
      +2
      ramin_serg ... Palestine does not have Companions, but any laws that they want to knock down are not written to them, and the UN is not so for them they already did not give a damn about ethics and the rights of everyone and everything.

      Now their "Wishlist" has diminished, as the "roof" begins to leak. For two years Israel loudly declared that not today - tomorrow it will strike Iran, but abruptly "changed his mind" as soon as "Uncle Sam", unexpectedly, began to flirt with the hated enemy. Israel made an offended face and began to flirt with the same offended - "Saudis". The enemy of my enemy is my friend. But the bombing of Iran ... is no longer shouted at every corner. And "Uncle Sam", it seems, will float to the APR.
  • bomg.77
    bomg.77 15 January 2014 12: 34
    +5
    The most important thing is that the satellites are not offended and do not respond with friendly fire laughing
  • Leshka
    Leshka 15 January 2014 12: 35
    +1
    they already have paranoia
    1. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak 15 January 2014 13: 35
      +2
      Quote: Leshka
      they already have paranoia

      Why "already"? This tail has been following them for a long time. Even Cesare Lombroso noticed and recorded.
  • Rus2012
    Rus2012 15 January 2014 12: 40
    +7
    And although Arrow 3 is designed to intercept ballistic missiles of the types that are in service with neighboring Iran, Syria and Lebanon, given the 100-kilometer vertical radius of the system, it can also serve as an anti-satellite weapon.


    If Syria is really provided by Iskander-E, then this system against them is like a shot against an elephant laughing
  • shtanko.49
    shtanko.49 15 January 2014 12: 49
    -4
    Probably hurried with hypersound, supersonic agree.
  • smith7
    smith7 15 January 2014 12: 58
    +12
    The community shouldn't be sarcastic. Israel has not a bad potential for creating the declared complex with a hypersonic missile, and they are friends with radar ... The drain of "Soviet brains" contributed to the development of a hypersonic school among the Jews. Actually, even in the Soviet scientific and design school, radar is a purely "Jewish question" :) Why do they need it? Yes, "we don't." Israel invested Jewish brains in the creation of Arrow-3, and their partner Boeing pays (most likely) for this. The stakeholder is just overseas. Although the issues of airspace control have been of the highest priority for 50 years. Having created in itself (not for itself) an ultra-modern air defense / missile defense system, Israel is firmly entrenched in the positions of a powerful technological leader in this most important segment of the arms market. So, by not investing particularly financially, Jews have built themselves an excellent reputation as a technology leader. And even if in reality not everything is smooth, but one fact of creation (+ skillful PR moves, and they are "docks" in this :)) makes Israel one of the world leaders. Respect! (even if the stats are slightly embellished)
    1. Timeout
      Timeout 15 January 2014 17: 24
      0
      Quote: smith7
      In vain the community is sarcastic.

      Many people still cannot understand that to detect a satellite, even in low orbit, over-the-horizon detection stations are needed. The Jewish comrades on the resource do not even think about this. Since there are no stationary over-the-horizon detection stations in Israel, it is not worth talking about any damage to ballistic targets or satellites above 70 kilometers, since it is practically impossible to do this with an oblique-return detection principle. And they forget that the Earth is also spinning)), and the angular displacement from this rocket has not been canceled. Well, after the usual arithmetic. So the Jews with their Khetzs and the Americans with Standards can calmly watch the starry sky.
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      2. atalef
        atalef 15 January 2014 17: 32
        0
        Quote: Timeout
        Many still can not understand that for the detection of a satellite, even in low orbit, overseas detection stations are needed. The Jewish comrades do not even think about this on the resource. Since there are no stationary over-the-horizon detection stations in Israel, it is not worth talking about any defeat of ballistic targets or satellites above 70 kilometers

        Our radars given to the United States systems are interfaced
        An agreement was reached between Israel and the United States to intensify joint work on the implementation of the Israeli Homa (Shield) program, the main component of which is the creation of the Hetz (Arrow) anti-missile system, designed to destroy ballistic missile warheads on the descending trajectory. For these purposes, in the next five years, it is planned to allocate $ 500 million, of which $ 200 million will be allocated by the United States, and the rest - by Israel. As part of this program, the American side pledged to connect it to its global satellite-based ballistic missile launch detection system, which will allow Israel to receive information in almost real time and on an ongoing basis. For this, an American satellite communications station will be deployed in the country.
    2. IRBIS
      IRBIS 15 January 2014 18: 39
      +4
      Quote: smith7
      one fact of creation (+ skillful PR-moves, and they are "docks" in this :)) makes Israel a world leader. Respect! (even if the stats are slightly embellished)

      Well, at least one normally thinking person on the site. "Patriotic" exclamations have already frankly just got, to say the least. If only to shit, to fart louder and smelly and earn more advantages, and to count objective discussion and sensible comments on your fingers ...
      Aw, people, we are discussing an arms system, not Jews !!!
    3. Ascetic
      Ascetic 15 January 2014 20: 52
      +3
      Quote: smith7
      And even if in reality not everything is smooth, but one fact of creation (+ skillful PR moves, and they are "docks" in this :)) makes Israel one of the world leaders. Respect! (even if the stats are slightly embellished)


      Yes, what is embellished there ... Frank delirium and complete incompetence
      Here for example
      Unlike its predecessor, Arrow 3 capable of destroying ballistic missiles in space - even before they enter the atmosphere. At the same time, Arrow 3 is almost two times lighter than the earlier model, which allows it to be mounted on board ships.

      crying
      What rockets are in space?
      Schematic representation of the ICBM trajectory: 1–2 — acceleration section of the trajectory (1 — start, 2 — completion of the main engine) 3-4 - the site of elimination (3 and 4 - separation of booster stages); 5–6 - marching section (5 - separation of the combat platform with warheads, 6 - separation of warheads from the combat platform); 7–8 terminal portion of the trajectory (7 — entrance to the dense layers of the atmosphere, 8 — detonation of a nuclear charge).


      Low-orbit spacecraft still believe it to be so, the Chinese, for example, can shoot them down since 2007. The presence of gas-dynamic rudders on the rocket, which means the ability to maneuver, gives reason to believe that it is capable of knocking out the READY-HEADS on the terminal section when they dampen, i.e. fly like a snake, otherwise why are these rudders necessary if there is a possibility that they can shoot down warheads before entering PSA at altitudes of more than 150 km. In fact, at least I see the most optimal option and its purpose as shooting down unguided BRDS warheads like Shahab or Sajjil on the border of the earth's atmosphere and space.Below is the next echelon - Strela-2. So it will probably be closer to the truth.
      1. Ascetic
        Ascetic 15 January 2014 21: 43
        +2
        In general, you need to calculate the flight time of Iranian missiles and provided that the start by radars or satellite is detected immediately, then you need to know how quickly the machine calculates the trajectory will give the control center along with the clock frequencies through the SPD channels (what is the speed?) To the starting battery, then the time to prepare and launch The APP of the PRK itself and the time of approaching the estimated target hit height, And no one really has such data, therefore you can only believe or not believe the published data or be guided by indirect signs.
        1. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 15 January 2014 22: 07
          -2
          Quote: Ascetic
          In general, you need to calculate the flight time of Iranian missiles and provided that the start by radars or satellite is detected immediately, then you need to know how quickly the machine calculates the trajectory will give the control center along with the clock frequencies through the SPD channels (what is the speed?) To the starting battery, then the time to prepare and launch The APP of the PRK itself and the time of approaching the estimated target hit height, And no one really has such data, therefore you can only believe or not believe the published data or be guided by indirect signs.

          It was pleasant to read. An acquaintance of mine served on the Hets-2 at work and has an idea of ​​the tasks of the Hets-3. According to him, the task of destroying satellites has never sounded in the given performance characteristics. Theoretically, in the case of deep modernization, in his opinion, the goal is achievable, but at this stage it is purely fantasy. The Khetz project is a sharpened missile defense system and has no other tasks.
          1. Ascetic
            Ascetic 15 January 2014 23: 55
            +3
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            The Khetz project is a sharpened missile defense system and has no other tasks.


            Technically it’s possible. But WHY ???? The main thing for Israel is to intercept the NUCLEAR warhead as far and as high as possible. By the way, our A-135 could successfully work on the Pershing (most of the potential targets of the Pershing-2 anti-aircraft missile system were located in Moscow and Moscow Region ) in an extra-atmospheric mode with approximately the same flight time as Iranian missiles to Israel, especially since the speed of the warheads was lower than that allowed by the Minutemen or the Tridents. it then had two echelons of long-range missile defense, designed to destroy enemy warheads that had not yet entered the Earth’s atmosphere (up to the Karman line at a distance of 100 km). The second tier included high-speed short-range missiles designed to destroy erupted warheads in the upper atmosphere. it was then that there were about 100 anti-missiles and the same number of Pershings for Americans. Israel has the same mechanism, but not two in one, but different complexes with a single control system that are able to operate centrally (optionally from the central control unit) or independently, according to their own goals. Hets-3 long-range, Hets-2 medium atmospheric.
            But again, the A-135 had SPRN stations and its firing Don that shone through Europe, and the Green Pine radar has a range of detection and tracking of the target of only 900 km, and here it must be considered based on the full volume of the technical characteristics where and at what distance and altitude defeat is possible goals. That is the maximum threshold. Probably modernization is to increase the characteristics of the initial velocity of the rocket due to weight reduction.
            1. Aaron Zawi
              Aaron Zawi 16 January 2014 01: 35
              0
              Quote: Ascetic

              Technically it is possible. But WHY ???

              So I want to understand why? Maybe this is already an order from the USA or India to study the possibilities?
          2. Ascetic
            Ascetic 16 January 2014 02: 49
            +2
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            An acquaintance of mine served on the Hets-2 at work and has an idea of ​​the tasks of the Hets-3. According to him, the task of destroying satellites has never sounded in the given performance characteristics.

            Let the acquaintance give the data on the Hets-3, consider it so be it ... maybe we can tell you what in exchange for the information ... yes
    4. Gregazov
      Gregazov 15 January 2014 21: 13
      0
      Quote: smith7
      In vain the community is sarcastic. Israel has not a bad potential for creating the claimed complex with a hypersonic missile and with radiolocation they are friends...

      I didn’t understand there is lactation, there is lacquering, but I have not met with radiolocation. Her Jews, or did you come up with?
    5. bif
      bif 16 January 2014 00: 29
      0
      Quote: smith7
      Israel invested Jewish brains in the creation of Arrow-3, and their partner Boeing pays (most likely) for this.

      Rather, on the contrary, for the money of the Jews, Boeing is testing its technologies in the "Promised Land". "at home" there is already Rayton supplying SM-2,3
  • Averias
    Averias 15 January 2014 13: 04
    0
    I don't remember what year and where the demonstration took place, and it doesn't matter. Our SU aircraft number N, performing Cobra aerobatics at maximum altitude, fired a rocket with a blank instead of a warhead at a low-orbit satellite (old) and successfully deflected it from orbit. Than shocked foreign observers.
    1. viktorR
      viktorR 15 January 2014 13: 30
      +5
      Some fantasies are more likely than reality. There was a project for mig-31d, but because of the collapse of the USSR, they first wanted to redo it to launch the ultra-small satellites into orbit, and then completely shut it down. But he just didn’t do the cobra), and as far as I remember, he didn’t have time to shoot at the satellites.
      1. Averias
        Averias 15 January 2014 14: 19
        0
        So I don't argue. I myself was very surprised. But as they say - for what he bought, for which he sold. And I read this information even before the collapse of the USSR. Moreover, they spoke on TV. And the conversation was about "Cobra" and about a low-orbit satellite. But whether it really was - this is unknown.
  • TS3sta3
    TS3sta3 15 January 2014 13: 12
    +1
    consists of a hypersonic two-stage rocket with multiple warhead
  • TRex
    TRex 15 January 2014 13: 13
    +3
    Something I doubt about the superpowers of this system ... "at an altitude of 100 km ..." At such heights, it seems, the speeds begin from the first space speed and higher ... How will they aim? Three-figure lead? Specialists! Explain ...
  • tradizia
    tradizia 15 January 2014 13: 24
    -4
    Where does Israel get our technology from?
    They themselves will not come up with this, definitely!
    Something is muddy here!
    1. viktor_ui
      viktor_ui 15 January 2014 13: 45
      +1
      tradizia -che smacked something ... dear ??? Such a pearl was issued even in bold ... who says plagiarism, I say tradition wassat
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  • Muadipus
    Muadipus 15 January 2014 13: 26
    0
    IMHO satellites - this is so, for show-offs and eye contact. But really what a rocket can do is not clear what classes of missiles and at what speed are ready to hit and destroy and at what range? What knowledge base can a rocket carry, and the possibilities of using this system for offensive purposes? etc., etc. In short, it is clear that nothing is clear.
    Shl, I did not begin to minus the author, for he tried.
  • sawmill
    sawmill 15 January 2014 13: 33
    -1
    Really from where?
    We have all the designers of air defense systems and means of radio location entirely pure russians. Ivanov, Petrov and Sidorov
  • alex-kon
    alex-kon 15 January 2014 13: 40
    0
    Recently, whatever you read in Israel, all weapons are the best. And as you go deeper in practice, it turns out to be an improved version of some old development of the USSR or the USA that they have already successfully forgotten about, most importantly well-publicized Israel. The advertisement is engine of the trade.
  • Eugene 1475
    Eugene 1475 15 January 2014 13: 43
    0
    Even our c500 is already resting!
  • kirieeleyson
    kirieeleyson 15 January 2014 13: 45
    -1
    A holy place is never empty. Jews always knew where to get hold of and how, and the market for these systems is far from saturated. All this is PR training for selling these systems, only. It’s possible they’ll put a pair for themselves, covering the whole sky with the necessary density and calculations. I do not think that the system is better than the same Patriot for verification, given the fact that they are in service with Israel. A cheap alternative to Aegis .. well, if only for PU. The most important thing is the rocket and target designation system. You shouldn’t believe in hypersound either, it’s just a fashion trend now, the Chinese have begun, Israel has picked up.
    In fact, they will use missiles such as SM-3, purchased from the United States or something similar, and then, if the United States wants to squander its knowledge-based (dubious, to be honest) achievements like this.
  • Dioxsin
    Dioxsin 15 January 2014 13: 54
    0
    For rockets with a conventional jet engine, hypersound is not a problem. Problems rockets with ramjet engines.
    1. ultra
      ultra 15 January 2014 14: 09
      +1
      Quote: Dioxsin
      For rockets with a conventional jet engine

      What is a "conventional" jet engine? request
      1. old rocket man
        old rocket man 16 January 2014 02: 27
        0
        Quote: ultra
        Quote: Dioxsin
        For rockets with a conventional jet engine

        What is a "conventional" jet engine? request


        Look at: Peryshkin, a textbook of physics for the seventh grade, or: Perelman, entertaining physics, more complex literature is apparently not available to you laughing
  • Bongo
    Bongo 15 January 2014 14: 25
    +5
    The article is clearly of an advertising nature. It is one thing to deal with the OTR warheads, quite another to hit satellites, even in low orbits. The Israeli system is clearly not suitable for this. The S-300V air defense missile system can just as well be declared an "anti-satellite weapon".
    In addition, in Israel itself, due to geographical features and for security reasons, there is no possibility of launching a satellite in energy-efficient trajectories.
    For this reason, Israeli satellites, as a rule, are launched from foreign spaceports.
  • URAL72
    URAL72 15 January 2014 14: 45
    +3
    "Can you name specific spacecraft that have a working orbit of 100 km? LEO satellites are all the same from 150 km and above.
    http://www.sat.belastro.net/glava2/glava2.php
    Israel has never even tried to shoot down targets in space. The article is a banal example of cheap Israeli propaganda. [/ Quote] "

    "On December 14, on the same day as the Chinese spacecraft landed on the moon, Iran reported on the second successful suborbital launch of a biocapsule with a monkey called Fargam at an altitude of 120 km. (According to the definition of the International Aviation Federation, the conditional boundary between the atmosphere and space is km), after 100 minutes the biocapsule with a live monkey returned to the ground.

    It is reported that the biocapsule was launched by the Kavoshgar Pazhuhesh research rocket, which, unlike the previous Kavoshgar research rockets (which were created on the basis of Nazeat and Zelzal rockets), judging by the available launch photos, was created on the basis of the Shahab-1 or Shahab-2 rocket. "
  • Unisonic
    Unisonic 15 January 2014 14: 49
    +4
    Israel’s missile defense is the only real-life missile defense system in the world that has proven effective in real combat conditions, even shooting down BM-21 missiles. On YouTube, cool videos lie that the people of Israel filmed at night, as the Iron Dome intercepts rockets.
    1. ultra
      ultra 15 January 2014 15: 13
      +5
      Quote: Unisonic
      which has proven effective in real-world combat environments,

      I hope not to live to see the days when our missile defense system will prove its effectiveness! hi
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      2. atalef
        atalef 15 January 2014 15: 29
        +4
        Quote: ultra
        Quote: Unisonic
        which has proven effective in real-world combat environments,

        I hope not to live to see the days when our missile defense system will prove its effectiveness! hi

        \ This is certainly correct, but weapons tested in real conditions and in landfills are all different things.
    2. Bongo
      Bongo 15 January 2014 15: 21
      +2
      There is nothing to be especially proud of here, to shoot down a few home-made rockets manufactured under heavy conditions is not a great achievement. To what extent is this system economically justified, is it interesting to compare the cost of a rocket and antimissile missiles? And how effective will it be when these missiles are not units, but tens and hundreds?
      1. atalef
        atalef 15 January 2014 15: 34
        -2
        Quote: Bongo
        There is nothing special to be proud of, shooting down a few home-made rockets manufactured in quatrained conditions is not a great achievement.

        In general, Kasams have not been used for a long time, they shoot exclusively with Grads - tell me if in Russia there is a system capable of shooting down Grad?
        Quote: Bongo
        How economical is this system, is it interesting to compare the cost of a missile and a missile?

        This system is justified only - the confidence of citizens in protection.
        Based on your words - it’s generally worthwhile to think about the economic feasibility (as an example) of the nuclear component of the Russian army — the sea will be spent, and if the question will be used.
        Quote: Bongo
        And how effective will it be when these missiles are not units, but tens and hundreds?

        They shot down and volleys - this time. Further - effectiveness depends on many factors. Including in countering missile launches. or do you think the same Hamas or Hezbollah will be given the opportunity to shoot so calmly without any opposition.
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    3. Don
      Don 15 January 2014 15: 25
      +3
      Quote: Unisonic
      Israel’s missile defense is the only real-life missile defense system in the world that has proven effective in real combat conditions, even shooting down BM-21 missiles.

      Yes, there’s only BUT:
      1. It’s not the missiles launched by the BM-21 Grad that are killing, but Kasema. The volley of hail they will not hit.
      2. The cost is very expensive.
      1. atalef
        atalef 15 January 2014 15: 40
        0
        Quote: Don
        Yes, there’s only BUT: 1. It’s not the missiles launched by the BM-21 Grad that destroy it, but Kasema. The volley of hail they will not hit.

        They shot down Grads and volleys, including (there are enough clips on the y-tube - you will find yourself) Kasams have not been producing for a long time - it was cheaper to buy Libyan Grads
        Quote: Don
        2. The cost is very expensive.

        It was expensive in the first LCDs, the price of a rocket somewhere in the 5-6 region of bucks somewhere. (I don’t remember the truth where I heard) But believe me. even if the price remained the same (50t 0 bucks - money does not play a role, because if one person dies, the compensation paid by the country to the family can reach many hundreds of thousands of dollars.
        Therefore, do not twist it, but there is the same economic feasibility
        1. Professor
          Professor 15 January 2014 15: 50
          +2
          Quote: atalef
          It was expensive in the first LCDs, the price of the rocket was somewhere in the region of 5-6 tbaks. (I don’t remember the truth where I heard)

          The Ediot Ahoronot. I’ll find a link, I’ll post it.
          1. AlNikolaich
            AlNikolaich 15 January 2014 18: 23
            +4
            Uv Professor! May I ask you to do a sketch about the Iron Dome? The people want to know! (remembering the Javelin cycle) ...
            1. Professor
              Professor 15 January 2014 22: 03
              +4
              Quote: AlNikolaich
              Uv Professor! May I ask you to do a sketch about the Iron Dome? The people want to know! (remembering the Javelin cycle) ...

              I have a couple of articles about him (see archive). I don’t want to write new ones about him; the people very emotionally perceive everything Israeli, and the LCD is generally painful. There is enough sracha. hi
          2. Pimply
            Pimply 16 January 2014 13: 41
            -1
            In globes, prof
            1. Professor
              Professor 16 January 2014 13: 44
              -1
              Quote: Pimply
              In globes, prof

              Link left? hi
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 16 January 2014 15: 25
                -1
                http://world.time.com/2013/03/19/the-secret-of-the-wonder-weapon-that-israel-wil
                l-show-off-to-obama /

                http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-4358626,00.html

                I found an article about which you spoke, but I don’t find something original from Globes. There was an interview
                1. Professor
                  Professor 16 January 2014 15: 43
                  -1
                  Quote: Pimply
                  http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-4358626,00.html

                  good
                  Saved
        2. Don
          Don 15 January 2014 17: 19
          +1
          Quote: atalef
          They shot down Grads and volleys including (on the y-tube there are enough clips - you will find it yourself)

          Grad volley? Hamas and Hezbollah do not have BM-21 Grad cars, as far as I know. And I didn’t find that video. If it does not, discard.
          Quote: atalef
          mnjchas the price of a rocket somewhere in the region of 5-6 tbaksov. (I do not remember the truth where I heard) But believe me. even if the price remained the same (50t bucks 0 - money doesn’t play a role, because if one person dies, the compensation paid by the country to the family can reach many hundreds of thousands of dollars.
          Therefore, do not twist it, but there is the same economic feasibility

          I agree.
          1. alone
            alone 15 January 2014 22: 05
            0
            Quote: Don
            Grad volley? Hamas and Hezbollah do not have BM-21 Grad cars, as far as I know. And I didn’t find that video. If it does not, discard.


            Do you seriously think that in order to shoot hail rockets you must have a BM-21? There is such a Grad-P. portable single-barrel launcher. There are ten such launchers, here you have a salvo)) missiles can also be fired from improvised launchers.
            1. Don
              Don 16 January 2014 12: 07
              0
              Quote: lonely
              Do you seriously think that in order to shoot from hail rockets you must have a BM-21?

              No, I do not think so.
              Quote: lonely
              There is such a Grad-P. installation. A portable single-barrel installation.

              I am aware that Hezbollah is using it.
              Quote: lonely
              ten such installations, here you have a salvo)

              Is that your volley? With such a volley, the Iron Dome will certainly cope. But how will he cope with a volley of 1-3 BM-21? These are 40-120 missiles.
            2. Don
              Don 16 January 2014 12: 07
              0
              Quote: lonely
              Do you seriously think that in order to shoot from hail rockets you must have a BM-21?

              No, I do not think so.
              Quote: lonely
              There is such a Grad-P. installation. A portable single-barrel installation.

              I am aware that Hezbollah is using it.
              Quote: lonely
              ten such installations, here you have a salvo)

              Is that your volley? With such a volley, the Iron Dome will certainly cope. But how will he cope with a volley of 1-3 BM-21? These are 40-120 missiles.
              1. Professor
                Professor 16 January 2014 12: 20
                -1
                Quote: Don
                Is that your volley? With such a volley, the Iron Dome will certainly cope. But how will he cope with a volley of 1-3 BM-21? These are 40-120 missiles.

                Again 25. ZhK is not "one warrior in the field" and is not intended to intercept a simultaneous salvo of 40-120 missiles. No one will let the terrorists calmly fire such a volley, they will cover them with aviation and artillery, as has been done repeatedly. Moreover, they will cover it already during deployment.
                1. Don
                  Don 16 January 2014 13: 16
                  +1
                  Quote: Professor
                  LCD is not "one warrior in the field" and is not intended to intercept a simultaneous volley of 40-120 missiles.

                  You get and confirmed my words, the LCD will not hit such a volley. This, in principle, is understandable; his tasks are different.
                  Quote: Professor
                  Nobody will let terrorists calmly launch such a volley; they will cover them with aviation and artillery as it has already been done more than once.

                  Should cover of course, only who will give a 100% guarantee? Covered after the outbreak of hostilities when they were already expecting and then not always. Yes, and volleys of such Hezbollah and Hamas have nothing to do. And Israel cannot scan every square meter of Lebanon from satellites. It would be so easy, they would not have allowed anyone to launch rockets at all.
                  1. Pimply
                    Pimply 16 January 2014 15: 27
                    -1
                    Quote: Don
                    You get and confirmed my words, the LCD will not hit such a volley. This, in principle, is understandable; his tasks are different.

                    In the TTX of the first option, the destruction of a single volley of 20 missiles is declared. Since then, the system has been actively developed, in particular, anti-missiles now cost several thousand dollars
          2. igor67
            igor67 15 January 2014 22: 53
            0
            Quote: Don
            Quote: atalef
            They shot down Grads and volleys including (on the y-tube there are enough clips - you will find it yourself)

            Grad volley? Hamas and Hezbollah do not have BM-21 Grad cars, as far as I know. And I didn’t find that video. If it does not, discard.
            Quote: atalef
            mnjchas the price of a rocket somewhere in the region of 5-6 tbaksov. (I do not remember the truth where I heard) But believe me. even if the price remained the same (50t bucks 0 - money doesn’t play a role, because if one person dies, the compensation paid by the country to the family can reach many hundreds of thousands of dollars.
            Therefore, do not twist it, but there is the same economic feasibility

            I agree.

            Two years ago, the same question was asked whether there are hail systems, there are such
        3. AlNikolaich
          AlNikolaich 15 January 2014 18: 20
          +3
          Quote: atalef
          It was expensive in the first LCDs, the price of a rocket somewhere in the 5-6 region of bucks somewhere. (I don’t remember the truth where I heard) But believe me. even if the price remained the same (50t 0 bucks - money does not play a role, because if one person dies, the compensation paid by the country to the family can reach many hundreds of thousands of dollars.
          Therefore, do not twist it, but there is the same economic feasibility

          Greetings to all! Based on your words, a conclusion suggests itself about the mass production of these missiles. Accordingly, the launchers are the same. Then it’s not surprising that the dome copes with volleys too ... Great work was done ...
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  • individual
    individual 15 January 2014 15: 22
    0
    Arrow - an arrow.
    Boeing joint product created a future headache.
    Who knows where this arrow will unfold.
    1. Professor
      Professor 15 January 2014 15: 48
      0
      Quote: individ
      Who knows where this arrow will unfold.

      The Hetz-2 is equipped with an inert warhead without explosives. Well, and what's the difference now where this arrow will unfold? wink
  • atalef
    atalef 15 January 2014 15: 27
    +3
    Quote: individ
    Arrow - an arrow. The Boeing created a future headache with a joint product. Who knows where this arrow will turn.

    You just don’t understand. The United States paid for the development of missile defense systems in Israel because Itself could not develop them, bound by a treaty, missile defense (by the way, the USSR also had no right to develop these systems under a treaty). Israel has developed what is currently not available in any country (including Russia). Moreover, at any time when you need America will get this system ready for use and during the flight from Israel to the United States.
    Everything is very simple - Israel worked out * first of all for itself) - America paid - that would be received at any time.
    Everything is beautiful. The agreement was not violated, both sides are satisfied.
    1. AlNikolaich
      AlNikolaich 15 January 2014 18: 28
      +1
      Quote: atalef
      Everything is very simple - Israel worked out * first of all for itself) - America paid - that would be received at any time.
      Everything is beautiful. The agreement was not violated, both sides are satisfied.

      Along the way it was!
      But! Apparently the Americans are now simply unable to develop and produce such systems! There is no intellectual and, apparently, technological component!
      1. Pimply
        Pimply 16 January 2014 13: 44
        -2
        No, just cheaper and easier in Israel
  • Professor
    Professor 15 January 2014 15: 46
    +4
    And although Arrow 3 is designed to intercept ballistic missiles of the types that are in service with neighboring Iran, Syria and Lebanon, given the 100-kilometer vertical radius of the system, it can also serve as an anti-satellite weapon.

    Lebanon does not have the missiles for which Hatz is intended.
    1. Don
      Don 16 January 2014 13: 41
      +1
      Quote: Professor
      Lebanon does not have the missiles for which Hatz is intended.

      According to some reports, for example, the Times, there are Zalsal-2 and Scuds.
  • ZU-23
    ZU-23 15 January 2014 16: 56
    0
    In general, no matter how cool their system is, the Russian nuclear deterrence weapon still preserves the already fragile peace on planet earth.
  • da113
    da113 15 January 2014 17: 12
    +1
    This Arrow weapon system is one of the most advanced missile defense programs on Earth, and it is the first functioning system specifically designed to neutralize such threats ...

    This is more like self-promotion, Jewish TROLLEY ... IN THEIR MANNER TO GIVE PERMANENT FOR REAL)))
    1. Kus Imak
      Kus Imak 15 January 2014 21: 31
      +2
      There is no such word "theirs", there is the word "them".
      "GIVING THE DUE FOR REAL" - how's that?
  • Takashi
    Takashi 15 January 2014 17: 51
    +1
    Physically imagine a picture: in a low orbit around the Earth at a first speed a satellite rotates. Sputnik - meets a disc launched from the Earth. Fragmentation of fragments, destruction of the satellite. AND....? All this iron garbage - at the first cosmic speed + the impulse from the disc starts to rotate around the Earth collecting and destroying the same satellites.

    Option 2. A certain body (an asteroid or thermonuclear blank) enters the Earth’s atmosphere within a radius of 100 km from Israel (for example, along a tangent like Chelyabinsk). Flight time before meeting the Earth, or to an altitude of h = 30 km? Air defense reaction time + missile launch?
    1. Kus Imak
      Kus Imak 15 January 2014 21: 44
      -5
      Do you know the reaction time at the dome? 10-15 sec Did you really think that if people calculated the operating time of the system for the destruction of blanks, then you did not bother to check the reaction time of the system, designed to protect against unconventional weapons, for the entire period of development of the Hets missiles? And this is already more than 20 years.
      1. Takashi
        Takashi 16 January 2014 09: 23
        +1
        Chelyabinsk meteorite - NOBODY could not detect.
        15-20 seconds is enough to reach H = 1..40 km at the first speed and produce an air thermo \ nuclear explosion

        A lot of what people do, often turns out to be a bluff or an advertisement - because everyone wants to eat sausage.
  • kelevra
    kelevra 15 January 2014 20: 04
    +2
    Hint that no one was trying to spy on Israel! Especially the Americans!
  • Alex Nick
    Alex Nick 15 January 2014 20: 21
    +1
    a responsible space power, such as Israel, ---------------- How proudly it sounds. We catch up and catch up.
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 16 January 2014 13: 45
      0
      On mini satellites - yes
  • polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 15 January 2014 20: 37
    +1
    The devil is not so terrible as he is painted, "-the grandfathers said. Where is the confirmation of the interceptions? Although we must admit the Jews" have warmed up a lot of brains "and maybe the Yankees have created" something "with money, wait and see, 2016 is not far off.
  • Indifferent
    Indifferent 15 January 2014 21: 29
    0
    Something doesn’t look like a rocket the size that the photo could get into space. It is clear that it is hypersonic. Otherwise, how can she fly into space. There you need speed of 8 km per second. Only I can’t imagine how she will get the satellite. The inclination of the satellite’s orbit and the launched rocket will never coincide, unless it is calculated in advance and the rocket launched at the right time. It will take days. Next, how will it hit the object? Follow or in the forehead. Or on the side. I very much doubt that a small rocket is capable of maneuvering in the final section of the trajectory where there is no air, and the wings do not work. And to build rocket rudders into such a small rocket for space is what a flea is to shoe it! Very doubtful! Most likely a continuous PR.
  • GUARDIAN ANGEL
    GUARDIAN ANGEL 15 January 2014 21: 31
    +1
    The most advanced missile defense system will be created by Russia!
    1. atalef
      atalef 15 January 2014 22: 12
      +3
      Quote: ANGEL KEEPER
      The most advanced missile defense system will be created by Russia!

      Why will it be? Already created !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Spartan
    Spartan 15 January 2014 23: 35
    -3
    In one or two generations, the missile systems will be so improved that we forget about aviation, first about the pilot, and then about the rest! As for Israel’s military capabilities, they rely entirely on the United States! All Israeli military developments = US military and scientific base! Without the USA, Israel will live exactly as much as South Ossetia without Russia!
  • Manul
    Manul 16 January 2014 00: 15
    +1
    Quote: Don
    Something I did not understand about what they wrote. About what a wonderful ZRS ?! Well, it’s not a question, maybe a good one, so at least write the characteristics, otherwise nothing is written about the radar or about the rocket.

    That's it !!! We got articles about nothing! Dear luminaries of the pen, be so kind as to provide the technical characteristics of the types of weapons and equipment you describe. And the technical specifications of the nearest competitors will honor you. Otherwise, it's just boltology. Although we will always find something to talk about in the comments. hi
  • HAM
    HAM 16 January 2014 08: 23
    +1
    Eh, we would have such "engineers" as the Palestinians: from water pipes they make "surface-to-surface" rockets, and now they make ballistic missiles from sewer pipes, and satellites from buckets, well, they completely got the poor military out of = la, so no money will be enough.
  • mizantrop22
    mizantrop22 16 January 2014 11: 21
    +1
    Quote: Spartan
    In one or two generations, the missile systems will be so improved that we forget about aviation, first about the pilot, and then about the rest! As for Israel’s military capabilities, they rely entirely on the United States! All Israeli military developments = US military and scientific base! Without the USA, Israel will live exactly as much as South Ossetia without Russia!


    For those unfamiliar with history: the United States began supporting Israel after the 1967 war, and before that, Israel won three wars, including a war for independence in which it had practically no modern weapons. So don’t need to talk about South Ossetia!
    1. Spartan
      Spartan 16 January 2014 22: 25
      0
      You can tell these tales to your students, maybe they will believe from patriotic feelings! wink Israel’s first war without the West will be his last! And this is not what I want! Such is the balance of power in the Middle East today!
      1. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 16 January 2014 23: 25
        -1
        Quote: Spartan
        You can tell these tales to your students, maybe they will believe from patriotic feelings! wink Israel’s first war without the West will be his last! And this is not what I want! Such is the balance of power in the Middle East today!

        Let's analyze those that were? Or rather, and with whom do we fight today after the collapse of the Syrian army?
        1. Spartan
          Spartan 17 January 2014 02: 24
          0
          With Muslim military units you will fight! With the indirect (and maybe direct) Arab nations and Iran!
      2. Pimply
        Pimply 17 January 2014 00: 38
        0
        Quote: Spartan
        You can tell these tales to your students, maybe they will believe from patriotic feelings! Israel’s first war without the West will be his last! And this is not what I want! Such is the balance of power in the Middle East today!

        Already been, and not one. And nothing has changed
        1. Spartan
          Spartan 17 January 2014 02: 25
          0
          I hope he stays there! wink
  • Kasupogatr
    Kasupogatr 16 January 2014 13: 13
    +1
    Shoot down rockets in the stratosphere? Well - well ... A rocket from there goes down at cosmic speed, then it separates 4-6 autonomous independent warheads with its guidance, and the mother rocket also shoots pieces of 120 false targets, some of them with disposable oscillating frequency generators. There will be a huge swarm of targets on the radar screens - hu from hu? ...
  • Comrade1945
    Comrade1945 16 January 2014 19: 59
    +3
    Israel’s national missile defense can shoot down satellites from orbit


    Comrade, author.
    Without many words.
    Deserved it!