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Norwegian military unveiled an image of a future radar aimed at Russia

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The Norwegian broadcaster NRK has published the first officially authorized computer-generated image of the Globus radar, whose radars are directed towards the Russian Federation, it broadcasts RIA News.




Under the photograph the inscription:
“The military unveiled this illustration of a new radar station in Varde. What she will actually do is better to ask American sources. ”


As the newspaper explained, the “Globus system” is a joint project of the US Air Force Space Command and the Norwegian intelligence service. The deployment of the system should be completed by 2020 and will cost one billion NOK (about 107,5 million euros). ”

In a press release, the Norwegian side said that "with the help of the new radar, it will collect scientific information, monitor space objects and monitor the observance of national interests." However, there is not a word in the information about why this project benefits the United States.

NRK employees managed to get hold of the documents of the American side, in which a completely different version can be traced.

“According to the papers, Globus is closely linked to the US radar station in Florida, and both stations are subject to the 1 Squadron of Space Control in Colorado. The squadron, in turn, is subordinate to the 21-th Cosmic wing, which is engaged in the prevention of nuclear attacks against the US and space threats. Thus, the main purpose of the radar should be intelligence, "- the article says.

Former CIA analyst Allen Thomson believes that "radar in Vardo may be identical to the" missile shield "- the GBR-P radar." According to him, "such a radar during the presidency of George W. Bush was going to be deployed in the Czech Republic as part of the creation of a European anti-missile defense system, but this plan was abandoned."

“I can assume that the new radar, the Globus III, will perform the same tasks as the Globus II, only these tasks will become more, and it will be better to perform them,” the analyst added.

Help Agency: “In the city of Vardø, since 1998, the Globus II radar already exists, designed to track space debris. According to observers, this object is included in the global network for monitoring space, providing information to the US military command. ”
Photos used:
http://www.nrk.no
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  1. Engineer
    Engineer April 15 2016 09: 28
    +9
    And our MO should show an image of an electronic warfare station aimed at counteracting the Norwegian radar.
    1. nazar_0753
      nazar_0753 April 15 2016 09: 30
      +6
      Range of effective use of radar and electronic warfare stations is not comparable
      1. Scoun
        Scoun April 15 2016 09: 37
        +20
        Quote: nazar_0753
        Range of effective use of radar and electronic warfare stations is not comparable

        +))) and therefore our Defense Ministry should publish a photo of a weapon capable of destroying their radar and demonstrate a wide angle of the use of this weapon and finally show the Kremlin's "hand". ))
      2. Ezhaak
        Ezhaak April 15 2016 10: 43
        +7
        Quote: nazar_0753
        Range of effective use of radar and electronic warfare stations is not comparable

        But, in some cases it is possible to interfere. The distance is only 60 km. And an abandoned military camp on hand.
        1. inkass_98
          inkass_98 April 15 2016 12: 23
          +7
          It is possible to send a picture of the possible future fate of the station in response to them, if they do not stop fooling around:
      3. Armored optimist
        Armored optimist April 15 2016 11: 39
        0
        Quote Engineer:
        And our MO should show an image of an electronic warfare station aimed at counteracting the Norwegian radar.
        Who cares about hemp or stone? Throw it under the fence and FSE!
      4. NordUral
        NordUral April 15 2016 12: 19
        0
        You can always come up with something.
      5. gormih
        gormih April 15 2016 13: 40
        0
        You just can’t imagine what a cloud of foil cut in a special way is.
        Not a single radar in the world is capable of counteracting such electronic warfare systems. Not that American, but even ours.
    2. theadenter
      theadenter April 15 2016 09: 35
      +11
      Maybe I’ll say complete nonsense, but I’d like to have EW in orbit in order to disable enemy communications with one concentrated beam from the satellite. Dreams winked
      1. BMP-2
        BMP-2 April 15 2016 09: 40
        +7
        Image ... Yes ... it's terrible ... Now we look forward to the release of the Norwegians on the screens! laughing
      2. RBLip
        RBLip April 15 2016 10: 04
        +13
        Quote: theadenter
        but it would be good to have EW in orbit, so that with one concentrated beam from the satellite it would disable the enemy’s communications. Dreams.

        about this ... so that the whole world is in ruin ... wink
        1. theadenter
          theadenter April 15 2016 10: 15
          +4
          Yes, but this one has maalenky side effect - along with communications, the entire population of the planet will also fail. laughing
          1. Lt. Air Force stock
            Lt. Air Force stock April 15 2016 10: 43
            +3
            Quote: theadenter
            Yes, but this one has a small side effect - along with communications, the entire population of the planet will also fail.

            The United States in the 50s had a plan to detonate an atomic bomb on the moon in order to demoralize the USSR.
            https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9F%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B5%D0%BA%D1%82_%D0%90119
            1. theadenter
              theadenter April 15 2016 12: 35
              0
              I even at VO, it seems, read an article about this. Level 80 insanity. If only the moon was littered.
      3. Ezhaak
        Ezhaak April 15 2016 10: 46
        0
        Quote: theadenter
        Dreams.

        Dreams Dreams. Where can I get so much electricity? Is that the nuclear power plant in orbit. laughing
        1. theadenter
          theadenter April 15 2016 12: 39
          +1
          The power source is the biggest problem. With the help of nuclear power plants in space, it’s possible not only to clog the air of the enemy, but also to make a hole in the ozone layer. laughing
          Exaggerate, but still.
      4. Wolverine
        Wolverine April 15 2016 11: 31
        +1
        Nothing is impossible, I even suspect that they have long been there and are waiting in the wings, surprise ...
    3. Tersky
      Tersky April 15 2016 09: 39
      +5
      Quote: Engineer
      And our MO should show an image of an electronic warfare station aimed at counteracting the Norwegian radar.

      If you show the Iskander OTRK like this, it will somehow be more impressive. yes
    4. vovanpain
      vovanpain April 15 2016 09: 40
      +13
      The Norwegian broadcaster NRK has published the first officially authorized computer image of the Globe radar, whose radars are directed towards the Russian Federation,

      And the Russian TV channel will show the Russian Iskander missile system in real time, aimed at the Norwegian Globus radar.
    5. Andrey K
      Andrey K April 15 2016 09: 56
      +7
      Norwegians threatened with a picture belay
      1. Stalker.1977
        Stalker.1977 April 15 2016 10: 05
        +2
        Yes, let them get puffed up, build whatever they want, all the same, refugees will soon put them to barbecue, and they will remake these antennas in minarets.
      2. Ezhaak
        Ezhaak April 15 2016 10: 51
        +3
        Quote: Andrey K
        Norwegians threatened with a picture

        It has long been present. Only systematically developing.
        1. queen
          queen April 15 2016 12: 01
          0
          Quote: Hedgehog
          Only systematically developing

          These balls lack pigeon droppings, or let the seagulls shit. It is interesting that after they see through.
          1. Ezhaak
            Ezhaak April 15 2016 13: 15
            0
            Quote: regin
            or let seagulls shit

            But where can I get so many gulls? And it won’t help. Radio waves will pass unhindered. Losses are negligible. In an extreme case, industrial window washer climbers will be put into operation.
    6. vkl.47
      vkl.47 April 15 2016 10: 04
      0
      in general, it is necessary to turn on the electronic warfare at every approach of their ships. to eat everything that is possible.
      1. guzik007
        guzik007 April 15 2016 11: 23
        +1
        .to eat all that is possible.
        ----------------------------------
        I’m afraid that there will not be any picks for all poultry farms.: =)
    7. Achilles
      Achilles April 15 2016 10: 32
      0
      Maybe we should draw some flying rockets in this picture and also show everyone what will happen if the mess starts
    8. vodolaz
      vodolaz April 15 2016 10: 52
      0
      What a secret ball revealed.
    9. oborzevatel
      oborzevatel April 15 2016 10: 57
      0
      Quote: Engineer
      And our MO should show an image of an electronic warfare station aimed at counteracting the Norwegian radar.

      “According to the papers, Globus is closely associated with the American radar station in Florida, and both stations are subordinate to the 1st Space Control Squadron in Colorado. The squadron, in turn, is subordinate to the 21st Space Wing, which is engaged in the prevention of nuclear attacks against the United States and space threats. Thus, the main purpose of the radar should be reconnaissance "


      Thus, the EMNIP, jamming the existing radar SPRN (ABM) is equivalent to the beginning of hostilities against the state.
    10. 222222
      222222 April 15 2016 11: 02
      0
      Norwegian military unveils image of future radar station aimed at Russia "
      .. yes why .. splurge on electronic warfare .. Norway has internal problems .. they put their head (radar) in the sand ... and their ass outside ... laughing
  2. nazar_0753
    nazar_0753 April 15 2016 09: 29
    +3
    This image is a living testimony of the "non-directionality of Euro-missile defense against Russia"
    1. avvg
      avvg April 15 2016 09: 43
      +5
      We (more precisely, DAM) give the territory to the Norwegians, and the Norwegians send the radar to Russia. Zadornov is resting!
  3. Arktidianets
    Arktidianets April 15 2016 09: 30
    +3
    Here are the dogs, they all sniff out
  4. magician
    magician April 15 2016 09: 40
    +2
    then our submarines need to float more often in neutral waters nearby and practice the training launch of cruise missiles. fellow
  5. atamankko
    atamankko April 15 2016 09: 41
    +2
    "Partners" - you can't say better.
  6. queen
    queen April 15 2016 09: 44
    +2
    On the map is not so far, disable it is not so difficult.
    1. Koshak
      Koshak April 15 2016 09: 53
      +2
      Quote: regin
      On the map is not so far, disable it is not so difficult.

      From this Vardø to the border with Russia, some hundred kilometers. I think the coordinates of these "balls" have already been entered into "Iskander".
  7. sabakina
    sabakina April 15 2016 09: 50
    +2
    Quote: Engineer
    And our MO should show an image of an electronic warfare station aimed at counteracting the Norwegian radar.

    Remaking V. Vinokur:
    - Do you have a radar detector? Do not tell? Well, it is not necessary. Then there will be a surprise!
  8. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf April 15 2016 09: 51
    +1
    I do not know how effective it is and how justified its placement .....
    But it seems to me that this is part of the US missile defense system, which is based on the placement of targets for Russian missiles, and no more.
    They probably think that while all the targets in Europe are hit, we will have no missiles left. bully Cunningly!
    1. Corsair
      Corsair April 15 2016 10: 27
      0
      Quote: Ruswolf
      I do not know how effective it is and how justified its placement .....
      But it seems to me that this is part of the US missile defense system, which is based on the placement of targets for Russian missiles, and no more.

      what Rather, a designation system for American axes and other surprises on ships and submarines.
  9. AlexTires
    AlexTires April 15 2016 09: 53
    +1
    I suggest Shoigu show the Norwegians the photos of the Yars regiment, directed towards Norway. I think that after such a liquid stool "Cook" NATO will seem a childish surprise ...
  10. salad
    salad April 15 2016 09: 54
    +2
    “I can assume that the new radar, Globus III, will perform the same tasks as Globus II laughing
  11. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 April 15 2016 10: 03
    +1
    System Deployment Must End By 2020

    Four years ahead. It is not yet known what will become of the world during this time. Personally, I do not exclude that Globus is a waste of money. But we don't mind bourgeois money.
  12. valent45
    valent45 April 15 2016 10: 26
    +1
    True, rotmistr60. They have a lot of money, they themselves print as much as they want. The bubble is inflated.
    Soon it will burst, then we'll see!
  13. cap
    cap April 15 2016 10: 27
    0
    Our balls were copied. In 1990, they were put into operation. They rummage all over America (northern).
    HA HA
  14. kirieeleyson
    kirieeleyson April 15 2016 10: 52
    0
    Still modeled so stupid, if only a preliminary design was prepared for a start.
  15. Verdun
    Verdun April 15 2016 11: 29
    0
    Norwegian military unveiled an image of a future radar aimed at Russia

    Are they going to send her to a beauty contest? Either PR today is more important than secrecy, which is extremely stupid, or similar stuffing of information - pure desa!
  16. Victorio
    Victorio April 15 2016 13: 14
    0
    will breed in response / costs