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The Pentagon will place in Norway, near the Russian border, a new radar

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The Pentagon intends to place a new powerful radar station in 55-km from the Rybachiy Peninsula (Murmansk region) on the island of Vardø (Finnamark province, Norway), the channel LifeNews TASS message.


Radar Globus II, located on the island of Vardo near the city of the same name.

According to the Norwegian intelligence chief, Morten Hagi Lunde, “the construction of a new radar station will begin in the 2017 year, and end in the 2020 year”. Washington promised to allocate $ 100 million for the project.

Currently, an old radar built by the Americans in the 1990s is operating on Vardø Island. According to the official version, it tracks space debris in low Earth orbit. However, according to experts, the radar is also able to track “launches of Russian ICBMs and monitor the activity of the Northern fleet Russian Navy. "

One way or another, the radar caused diplomatic differences between Russia and Norway. "It is obvious that the radar station can also be used in the interests of the US national missile defense system, which, in turn, is a direct violation of the ABM treaty," the newspaper notes.
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  1. Observer2014
    Observer2014 30 March 2016 19: 00
    +9
    "The Pentagon will deploy a new radar station in Norway near the Russian border"
    Iranian missiles to blame ?!
    I want to add "Status 6" to service !!!
    1. GSH-18
      GSH-18 30 March 2016 19: 06
      0
      The Pentagon will place in Norway, near the Russian border, a new radar

      Nehay place. We will stick "Mercury" in the same place, or "Moscow" and turn it on when no one is waiting! good
      1. cniza
        cniza 30 March 2016 19: 11
        +3
        Quote: GSH-18
        The Pentagon will place in Norway, near the Russian border, a new radar

        Nehay place. We will stick "Mercury" in the same place, or "Moscow" and turn it on when no one is waiting! good


        We’ll stick something for sure, it will be cheap and cheerful.
        1. GSH-18
          GSH-18 30 March 2016 19: 12
          +3
          Quote: cniza
          We’ll stick something for sure, it will be cheap and cheerful.

          At exactly yes
        2. Vita vko
          Vita vko 30 March 2016 19: 29
          0
          All radars of the anti-missile defense system at the Russian borders are easily switched off by electronic warfare systems. Moreover, the cost of the EW complex is much lower, and its energy potential for guaranteed suppression of such radars can be less by an order of magnitude. It used to be forbidden under the ABM treaty to suppress such radars, but since the Americans withdrew from this treaty, we can warn in advance that not a single NATO radar will see anything in the direction of Russia, such as a sanction for unilateral withdrawal from the ABM treaty.
          1. opus
            opus 30 March 2016 22: 01
            +4
            Quote: Vita VKO
            All radars of the anti-missile defense system at the Russian borders are easily switched off by electronic warfare systems.

            Which ones? give an example?
            Chur: Khibiny + SU24 + spoiled pants on Donald Cook = not lead. It is nonsense
            I will "help" you a little
            1.Vardø, Norway Vardø Coordinates: 70 ° 22′14 ″ N 31 ° 6′27 ″ E
            Distance from the object to Moscow: 1660 km
            Object: radar AN / FPS-129 = 27 meters web. N = 200 kW per X-band emission

            detects objects at a distance 40.000 km , dimension from 1 to 10cm (minimum resolution)
            2. Our electronic warfare (P) means have at the input (consumption) not radiation a maximum of 30 kW.
            3. You probably know the basic equation of radar?
            1 + 2 taking into account 3 fold.
            Result?
            Yes
            Quote: Author
            on the island of Vardø (Finnmark province, Norway) 55 km from the Rybachy peninsula (Murmansk region)

            Consider the natural curvature of the Earth’s surface.

            Как
            Quote: GSH-18
            Let's stick "Mercury", or "Moscow"
            will you drag them by 10-20 km? Or lift 10 km?

            Quote: Vita VKO
            the suppression of such radars can be less by an order of magnitude.

            Calculations would be a feasibility study to see, I think amusing. Well, at least on my knee?
            1. opus
              opus 30 March 2016 22: 04
              +4
              Quote: Vita VKO
              It used to be that under the ABM agreement it was forbidden to suppress such radars,

              it is not true.
              No mention of "suppression", "not suppression" no
              The treaty prohibited the deployment (but not development) of new strategic missile defense systems
              The treaty allowed both parties to deploy two strategic missile defense areas with no more than 100 anti-ballistic missiles in each to cover their most important facilities - the capital and nuclear weapons basing sites - from a disarming strike
              The agreement provided for the possibility of unilateral termination of it by any of the signatory parties with prior notification of the other party, if any of the parties considers that the agreement does not protect its interests anymore.
              The agreement did not limit the creation of tactical missile defense systems that were not aimed at protecting against ICBMs.


              Here is the text:

              Quote: Vita VKO
              that no NATO radar will see anything in the direction of Russia

              And ours in the direction of the United States will see?
              1. Vita vko
                Vita vko 31 March 2016 10: 43
                +2
                Quote: opus
                No mention of "suppression", "not suppression" no

                Of course not in the contract. But there is an agreement which says that interfering with a foreign state can be considered as the beginning of aggression. For example, in the air defense and anti-aircraft defense system, the operational duty officer has an order that clearly states that interfering with the territory of a foreign state is equivalent to a special case of combat duty No. 1, with all the ensuing.
            2. Vita vko
              Vita vko 31 March 2016 09: 59
              +1
              The Pentagon intends to deploy a powerful new radar station on the island of Vardø (province of Finnmark, Norway) 55 km from the Rybachy peninsula (Murmansk region)
              what does it have to do with
              Quote: opus

              Distance from the object to Moscow: 1660 km
              ??? And it wasn’t too lazy to insert and write pictures in a similar tone
              Quote: opus
              will you drag them by 10-20 km?
              to a person who writes about himself Ph.D.
              Indeed, if the EW complex is installed on the ground, then the effective radar suppression range will be limited by the line of sight range of about 30 - 50 km, about the slides on which they are installed. The formula for calculating is very simple:
              Line of sight
              But the article deals specifically with the deployment of a radar near the border. In addition, EW transmitters0 are easily mounted on balloons and even UAVs. In this case, the effective suppression range will be more than 100km. What is the problem?
              Quote: opus
              And ours in the direction of the United States will see?

              it should be noted that we are talking about radar cm / dm designed for guidance missile defense. This is the last tier missile defense system. Our first-tier radars of the SPRN system, like the American ones, work only in the HF band with the Earth going round due to reflections from the troposphere. For them, a distance of less than 100 km is the near zone in which they don’t see anything, because in order to pump more energy, the pulse duration in the over-the-horizon SPRN radars is about 100 μS.
              hi
        3. tol100v
          tol100v 30 March 2016 20: 02
          0
          Quote: cniza
          We’ll stick something for sure, it will be cheap and cheerful.

          Maybe the Chebarkul "invisible meteorite" will come from the direction of the Sun!
        4. Delink
          Delink 30 March 2016 20: 32
          0
          We’ll stick the gauges right there))))
          1. Manul
            Manul 30 March 2016 22: 50
            +4
            Quote: Delink
            We’ll stick the gauges right there))))

            Not tired of throwing caps? In what situation do you propose to launch Caliber? Tell us about your vision of the development of events in which we need to destroy this radar? I'm really curious.
            Caliber there, Caliber here. The country went crazy on Caliber, the whole world in ruin. And we have enough carriers for all purposes (which the couch generals have assigned (I don’t pretend to be a laurel specialist)), and what about the missiles themselves?
        5. neo.
          neo. 30 March 2016 20: 47
          +2
          Quote: cniza
          Quote: Observer2014
          The Pentagon will place in Norway, near the Russian border, a new radar
          We’ll stick something for sure, it will be cheap and cheerful.
          It is a pity that the radar station in Skrund was not completed and was subsequently blown up under an agreement between Russia and Latvia, under pressure from the United States.
          The fate of the Skrunda radar station after 1991 was a foregone conclusion. At the request of the Latvian government, a bilateral agreement was signed in 1994 on the withdrawal of Russian troops from the territory of Latvia, according to which the station should cease to exist. Since the beginning of the 1990s, the station has been leased at a cost of $ 5 million per year. In the summer of 1994, a competition was announced among firms willing to demolish the Daryal-UM radar station. The locator was blown up by the American company "Control Demolition Incorporated" on May 5, 1995. With a large crowd of officials, the building of the receiving antenna of the Daryal-UM radar station, which never worked, was blown up. The Dnepr-M radar station continued to operate until 1998. The station ceased to operate on August 31, 1998, and on September 1, 1998, work began on its dismantling, financed by Russia. 7 million dollars were allocated for the destruction, explosion and subsequent cleaning of the radar's territory, despite the fact that its destruction cost 3-3,5 million. Work on dismantling the station was completed on October 19, 1999 and an agreement was signed on the transfer of land , as well as the remaining engineering structures and a military town under the jurisdiction of Latvia. In June 2000, the leadership of Latvia, due to lack of funds for the maintenance of the military town "Skrunda-2", decided to conserve it, for which $ 1,7 million were allocated.
          And the Ukrainians ruined the same project in Transcarpathia.
      2. vlad66
        vlad66 30 March 2016 19: 20
        +13
        Quote: GSH-18
        We will stick "Mercury" in the same place, or "Moscow" and turn it on when no one is waiting!

        Let's make it easier, if the DPRK "threatens" the Americans, then you can do this: yes
      3. opus
        opus 30 March 2016 22: 12
        +4
        Quote: GSH-18
        We will stick "Mercury" in the same place, or "Moscow" and turn it on when no one is waiting!

        Sit down Gesha-18. DOUBLE

        Victim of the exam?

        You can (at least on fingers explain) how
        1.SPR-2 "Mercury-B" (GRAU index - 1L29) - Soviet station ammunition fuse jamming(with a pulse power of 1-3 kW)
        or
        2. Module 1L266 (complex REP "Moscow-1"): station jamming radar stations air based (with a pulse power of 3-5 kW)
        CAN SUPPRESS a 27-meter 200kW canvas (for RADIATION, not consumption) of the radar?
        Your account has been terminated.
        Oh yes ... still 55 km away (beyond the horizon)

        Well, all sorts of little things, such as the elevation angle of the plate from 35g ..
        1. dauria
          dauria April 1 2016 00: 10
          0
          air-based stations (with a pulse power of 3-5 kW)
          CAN SUPPRESS a 27-meter 200kW canvas (for RADIATION, not consumption) of the radar?


          You need to put a deuce. Is the transmitter crushed? smile
          What is the difference, how many kilowatts are there? Press the receiver, and not necessarily on the main lobe, sir.
    2. oleg-gr
      oleg-gr 30 March 2016 19: 07
      0
      So the Russian Federation also needs to place EW funds nearby. So that life and service to the Americans would not seem raspberries.
    3. Good cat
      Good cat 30 March 2016 19: 07
      +1
      The same thought that they would build against Iran.)
      1. hartlend
        hartlend 30 March 2016 19: 11
        +2
        Rather, to combat ISIS.
    4. GSH-18
      GSH-18 30 March 2016 19: 11
      +3
      Quote: Observer2014
      I want to add "Status 6" to service !!!

      status 6 is a weapon of retaliation of the last order. And Radars are also reconnaissance in peacetime, except for pointing all kinds of weapons.
    5. Thronekeeper
      Thronekeeper 30 March 2016 19: 16
      +1
      For entogo "pathetic kuMPola" Kh-31PD behind the eyes, I will direct you a torpedo to them. Zuckerman with the U238 implosion shell is needed for this booth. Next to us. So that tsunami, tectonics, shock wave and radiation moved Murmansk :-)
    6. demchuk.ig
      demchuk.ig 30 March 2016 19: 42
      0
      Quote: Observer2014
      "The Pentagon will deploy a new radar station in Norway near the Russian border"

      Let them place anything they like, in case of war, destroy Norway first and discover the North Atlantic! There are good Navy bases there! This peasant-homosexual country is not our enemy!
    7. vodolaz
      vodolaz 31 March 2016 00: 04
      +1
      Norwegians apparently do not understand that this place will be another goal that we will be aimed at.
  2. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 30 March 2016 19: 02
    0
    "However, according to experts, the radar is also capable of tracking" launches of Russian ICBMs and monitoring the activity of the Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy. "

    Not so intentionally, just at the same time, maybe, if, right now then it’s not interesting. And so, of course, it constantly monitors space debris, peel from bananas, tubes from under the power of astronauts, and its satellite has stalled. smile
  3. vglazunov
    vglazunov 30 March 2016 19: 02
    -2
    Now the mega background works and there smile
    1. vglazunov
      vglazunov 31 March 2016 19: 24
      0
      Microwave however
  4. gas113
    gas113 30 March 2016 19: 03
    +2
    It is necessary to place the Tornado on Rybachy with an eye on the radar or something vigorous. Let Norwegians scratch their turnips.
    1. GSH-18
      GSH-18 30 March 2016 19: 20
      +3
      Quote: gas113
      It is necessary to place the Tornado on Rybachy with an eye on the radar or something vigorous. Let Norwegians scratch their turnips.

      Done!
      You have two more desires lol
  5. ded100
    ded100 30 March 2016 19: 04
    0
    Another target for an escander is a pity islet!
  6. Sergey956
    Sergey956 30 March 2016 19: 05
    -1
    And who will keep watch on the new radar, cunning Yankees or stupid descendants of the Vikings? I suppose that Norway will be the first country to disappear from the list of existing countries, along with the descendants of the disappeared stupid Vikings.
    1. Raptor_RB
      Raptor_RB 30 March 2016 22: 48
      -1
      the first will be France. There are ICBM silos there, no one else has, except for the States from NATO.
      1. eagle11
        eagle11 31 March 2016 14: 04
        0
        What kind of silo ICBMs from France, where? Is it really so hard to look at first and then write?
  7. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 30 March 2016 19: 05
    +1
    Well, I hope we will not express our concerns, but we will answer asymmetrically. Interestingly, have the Norwegians heard about Iskander-M? I always considered them smart
  8. Prisoner
    Prisoner 30 March 2016 19: 05
    +1
    Sawing bastards! laughing Serdyukov compared with them angel. Watch and c-s-nyty!
  9. raketnik
    raketnik 30 March 2016 19: 08
    0
    officially inform the Norwegian authorities that the island of VERDE is included in the list of priority objectives of the Strategic Missile Forces
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 30 March 2016 19: 13
      0
      Quote: raketnik
      Verde Island is listed on the Strategic Missile Forces Primary Goals

      Do you propose to rasshrenachite island, located 55 km from us, "Topoli"? belay
      1. Camel
        Camel 30 March 2016 22: 04
        -1
        Gauges are also very effective. laughing And at such a range a lot of things will shoot ... more calm ..
  10. Obstructia
    Obstructia 30 March 2016 19: 08
    0
    Near the radars are residential buildings? Do they burn anything there?
    1. opus
      opus 30 March 2016 22: 15
      +1
      Quote: Obstructia
      Near the radars are residential buildings? Do they burn anything there?


      Near-Earth Radar

      side lobes -to the cliffs

      1. Manul
        Manul 30 March 2016 23: 02
        +3
        Quote: opus
        Near-Earth Radar

        I looked into the comments with the horror that I feel when I read the next news about the F-35. Well, now it’s starting, I think - electronic warfare, Khibiny, rockets, soak right away if that. And for sure. But..

        Dear Anton / opus. You (like donavi49, and others) are like a ray (oh well there is a star!) Of light in the dark kingdom. As you have enough endurance with incomparable constancy to give us invaluable, painstakingly selected information at the highest level, I can not imagine. I express my sincere admiration and speak on behalf of all ( repeat ), who reads VO not for the sake of catching, but in order to absorb this incredible variety of facts, information, knowledge, arguments and other knowledge that our community accumulates - Thank you so much! hi
        1. opus
          opus 30 March 2016 23: 09
          +2
          Quote: Manul
          How do you have enough excerpts to give

          Thank you, Ilya, for the kind words. good
          I will explain about "enough":
          I now have a period like this (no, no, don't think, not "critical days" wink ).
          At work, it happened: you have to write a lot, answer, dock, opa already hurts, and the back, from the seat.
          to leave — not where you can’t (although the weather is worth seeing).
          While I'm waiting for a reaction from the "other side" - there is nothing to do: they read the topvar, a little bit of it (but in what I mean, what is not necessary to look for, what is left in the head) ...
          preference online is tired of it, but you won’t play much in particular (efficiency, calls)

          But it's not for long
          1. Manul
            Manul 31 March 2016 00: 39
            +1
            Quote: opus
            I will explain about "enough":
            I have such a period now (no, no, don't think, not "critical days").
            At work, it happened: you have to write a lot, answer, dock, opa already hurts, and the back, from the seat.
            to leave — not where you can’t (although the weather is worth seeing).
            While I'm waiting for a reaction from the "other side" - there is nothing to do: they read the topvar, a little bit of it (but in what I mean, what is not necessary to look for, what is left in the head) ...
            preference online is tired of it, but you won’t play much in particular (efficiency, calls)

            But it's not for long

            Wow ... belay It is also "between times". Killed. Napoval.
            Hopefully the "brief" will last longer. Well, or at least rarely, but regularly your comments of incredible depth of understanding would delight our eyes. good
  11. Observer2014
    Observer2014 30 March 2016 19: 10
    +1
    Quote: GSH-18
    The Pentagon will place in Norway, near the Russian border, a new radar

    Nehay place. We will stick "Mercury" in the same place, or "Moscow" and turn it on when no one is waiting! good

    Yes, a good thing, but something more effective is needed! "Status 6" is the very thing! You need something that will change the whole geopolitics and warfare on a planetary scale. "Status 6" is what you need! And the following threats will be the following answer.
    1. opus
      opus 30 March 2016 23: 17
      +1
      Quote: Observer2014
      "Status 6" is great!

      Do not cover the wave of fjords


      Mountainous country


      More than 70% of its territory is occupied by the ancient Scandinavian mountains, stretching for 1700 km from the south-west to north-east. The average height is 1600-1900 m (the maximum height is 2469 m, the town of Halkhepiggen). The lowlands occupy a narrow (40-50 km) coastal strip (the so-called stranflat) and are found in small sections mainly in the south of the country, in the Oslo fjord.

      Norway is located within the zone with weak seismic activity.
      It, like the whole of Fennoscandia, currently belongs to relatively stable and calm parts of the earth's crust. The epicenters of numerous weak earthquakes are located mainly along the Atlantic coast.

      They and atomic weapons-not very thrust

      Area 324 tons km2. The territory of Norway includes the islands of Jan Mayen and Bouvet and a special administrative unit of the Svalbard archipelago (including Bear Island).
      4,14 million people

      Population density is one of the lowest in the world (and in Europe for sure)


      natural shelters to w ***
      the wind will blow everything to us.
      fresh water reserves (glaciers), up to *** (circulation cycle 15-25 years, enough for them)
      fish in the north atlantic until w ***
      --------------------------------------
      Norwegian status-6, like an elephant shot, and it will be a little expensive
  12. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 30 March 2016 19: 11
    0
    A stationary station with known coordinates and parameters is unpleasant of course, but not fatal. Pull up the jammer and blind it at the right moments, do not use it all the time. A radar station on a remote island is a target.
  13. yahont
    yahont 30 March 2016 19: 17
    +1
    It would not hurt our military in return to resume the operation of the base in Lourdes.
  14. ALABAY45
    ALABAY45 30 March 2016 19: 17
    +2
    Here, it seems, normal little-sick men, Norwegians! My relatives were there, they were visiting in 2005: they do not know what tomato juice is, they worship "mother cod" and, from the cooked okroshka, they went into ecstasy (cold vegetable soup without cod !!! belay True, there were problems with kvass, nothing, I twisted: kefir, scrapings from toasted gray bread and yeast ... But, after all, the "led" nation ... My relative is building a "Viking" in full, give me, God be with her patience! Good man Martin, but I would have nailed him for being boring, a little sick and always sleepy ... am
  15. Baloo
    Baloo 30 March 2016 19: 18
    -2
    Norway is becoming a Baaal target. Norway, do not tease our Iskander, yo ... bully
  16. Silman1985
    Silman1985 30 March 2016 19: 18
    -5
    There is a development that is installed on airplanes and helicopters, as well as stationary, alas, I do not remember the name, but the bottom line is that it blinds everything around hundreds of kilometers ..... We need to put this
  17. atamankko
    atamankko 30 March 2016 19: 19
    0
    They believe that everything is allowed exceptional, it is necessary to convince.
  18. LABOUTEN
    LABOUTEN 30 March 2016 19: 19
    +1
    Surround in a quiet and with smiles ...
  19. Dr. Bormental
    Dr. Bormental 30 March 2016 19: 21
    0
    Actually, Norwegians are terrible environmentalists. "Greens" are not outraged that they are building a large microwave there? Fish on the shores of the island will boil in the ear? smile
  20. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 30 March 2016 19: 32
    -3
    This will be the last nail in the lid of the tomb of NATO’s cooperation with Russia ...
  21. Izotovp
    Izotovp 30 March 2016 19: 33
    +1
    I do not think that our command has plans to destroy it, most likely there will be electronic warfare troops practicing there. So that they think that everything is working properly.
  22. guzik007
    guzik007 30 March 2016 19: 37
    -2
    O-very peculiar nation - Norwegians. With legalized family pedophilia and other sexual perverts ... oh! joys.
    Putin-Shoigu:
    -Why do the Norwegians need this station, Kozhedych?
    -Pid .... sir, Your Excellency!
  23. Sergey333
    Sergey333 30 March 2016 20: 05
    +2
    Yes, let it be spent, sooner or later, but the navel will be untied, we are not going to attack them, so there is no sense in it, and if anything, then the radar and the districts will fall first. I propose a good way of information warfare - to clearly explain to local residents what will happen to them if they suddenly ...
  24. demiurg
    demiurg 30 March 2016 20: 23
    +2
    Quote: Sergey333
    Yes, let it be spent, sooner or later, but the navel will be untied, we are not going to attack them, so there is no sense in it, and if anything, then the radar and the districts will fall first. I propose a good way of information warfare - to clearly explain to local residents what will happen to them if they suddenly ...

    Good idea.
    Not only to them. Rush Tudey to make a channel in which to show the video, with what charge the airfield is destroyed, how many warheads and kilotons are allocated to destroy the base, for example Rammstein, how important the humiliation of the radar is, and how they will be destroyed. Between these scenes, show a video from Syria’s sorties with the clarification that two bombs of 250 kilograms were dropped on this video, and two or even three Iskanders, each with a warhead of 100, will be launched on the radar (where is it? In Norway?) kilotons and explain that it is 100 tons of TNT, and radiation.
    And after each story, wish good night, and wish to wake up in the morning not from the bright blinding light that burns the blinds and curtains.
    1. Camel
      Camel 30 March 2016 22: 15
      0
      Oh, and you have a malevolent attitude! But overall, the idea is sound. I have to offer an addition to your idea: a country is searched for which is small, but needed by everyone (I suggest Switzerland), and then it is UNIVERSALLY declared that this country will be 100% destroyed by a nuclear strike during ANY aggression against Russia, any country. And then let them, as they want, agree among themselves. Then it does not bother to change the OFFICIAL goal, until a complete understanding of the situation laughing
      And then carefully listen to the UN about what aggressors we are and smile sweetly, Lavrov knows how.
  25. 4ekist
    4ekist 30 March 2016 21: 26
    0
    Quote: Sergey956
    And who will keep watch on the new radar, cunning Yankees or stupid descendants of the Vikings? I suppose that Norway will be the first country to disappear from the list of existing countries, along with the descendants of the disappeared stupid Vikings.

    They do not keep watch on radars. The station turns on and off remotely. In the event of a failure, a repair team with a spare part for recovery will fly out.
  26. alexmach
    alexmach 30 March 2016 21: 28
    +1
    55 km from the Rybachy Peninsula


    In which case the RZSO somehow get this radar
  27. bmv04636
    bmv04636 30 March 2016 21: 34
    -1
    EW must be deployed opposite
  28. Porzenko
    Porzenko 30 March 2016 21: 35
    0
    Quote: Observer2014
    "The Pentagon will deploy a new radar station in Norway near the Russian border"
    Iranian missiles to blame ?!
    I want to add "Status 6" to service !!!

    And to declare ostensibly for research of endangered species of fauna of the Atlantic. What is not the reason? No worse than the "reason" for the radar station in Norway.
  29. opus
    opus 30 March 2016 22: 22
    0
    Quote: Author
    One way or another, but the radar caused diplomatic disagreements between Russia and Norway. “It is obvious that the radar station can be used in the interests of the US national missile defense, which, in turn, is a direct violation of the missile defense agreement,” notes edition.

    1.The publication did not "noted"

    here is the original article:

    2. The ABM Treaty (from which the United States withdrew) nor gu-gu about the SPRN (Radar Warning Warning Radar)
    here is the contract:

    -------------------------
    the author ... well, why should I fool that?

    It was not enough to replace "the USA will place new military radars in Norway on the border with Russia" (original) with "The Pentagon will place a new radar station in Norway near the Russian border" (topvar), it was not enough to get into the colipast7
  30. Straga
    Straga 30 March 2016 22: 44
    0
    Back in the 90th year, we were taught to overcome distances in this region much larger, in difficult weather and climate conditions and in a very short time. 55 km along the tundra and hills, taking into account the absence of an actual enemy (the norgs gave protection to the border of the automatics), this is pretty soon. And given the terrain, the effectiveness of the radar near the terrain is very doubtful. Based on personal practical experience.
    1. opus
      opus 30 March 2016 23: 28
      +1
      Quote: Straga
      Norgi gave protection to the border of automation

      How it is?
      And who of my drivers mocked at the border for 7 hours? automation?




      And who is our guest?
      Salmijärvi (on the Russian side) and Elvenes (on the Norwegian side).

      (they also shoot from our staff)

      in Norway there compulsory military service for men.

      And the SBR of Norway (Telemark battalion) is the only army unit, where privates serve on contract= still those bison (competition in 2014. 550 people for 50 vacancies)

      The fighters of the battalion adhere in many respects to the traditions of their ancestors - the Vikings, in particular this is reflected in their attitude to death. So at the funeral of their fallen comrades, they escort the deceased to Valhalla and take an oath of revenge. And usually keep a promiseleaving a mark in the shape of a skull near the bodies of enemies.

      -------------------------------------------------- -----
      Finnish border guards drop in at Kirkenes, openly carry pistols and
  31. NordUral
    NordUral 31 March 2016 00: 10
    -1
    Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian crooks.
  32. Charik
    Charik 31 March 2016 01: 00
    0
    calibers, onyxes, a quiet cutter with 10 fighters sailed up quietly, removed everything and deployed the radar and saved the rackets
  33. igorek4515
    igorek4515 31 March 2016 03: 53
    +2
    “It is obvious that the radar station can be used in the interests of the US national missile defense, which, in turn, is a direct violation of the missile defense agreement,” the publication notes.

    Well, they’re sick of it already with their stupid things ... Americans have long ago EXITED the ABM Treaty, therefore, NO legal obligations under it BEFORE WHO. The publication that publishes this would need to know such things that it would not look stupid. This is the first.
    Now the second: do not even try to crush the EWs of the given radar .. Such radar systems do not crush the EW systems .. The maximum that will be possible will complicate the work of detecting targets to a certain extent and no more .. In view of the very high radiation power of such radars.
  34. sergeyzzz
    sergeyzzz April 1 2016 06: 57
    +1
    Quote: 4ekist
    They do not keep watch on radars. The station turns on and off remotely. In the event of a failure, a repair team with a spare part for recovery will fly out.

    And it just doesn’t matter, the object will be destroyed along with the small country where it is located, they themselves chose their fate.
  35. Straga
    Straga April 1 2016 22: 23
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    How it is?
    And who of my drivers mocked at the border for 7 hours? automation?

    This is because of the refugees.
    The video is finally all window dressing! At the checkpoint, the forces are not the same and of course no one will go through the checkpoint.
    I do not believe that from those times they changed tactics. For, they understand that if they themselves do not rock, then nothing threatens them. We ourselves, in bad weather, by chance, of course, drove into the territory of a neighboring state. Up to 5-10 km. Absolutely no consequences. The commander is exactly like Buldakov: - Something is wrong .... Only without a cigar, of course. Well, there was no shed. For the tundra is one. And then the bears recently broke ... the automation worked, of course. Russians are coming!
    But our border guards along the PCB wound. The track was always fresh.