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Russia supplies Jordan parachute systems

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Jordan purchased parachute platforms П-7 in Russia, used for airborne equipment and cargo, transfers RIA News information posted on the site of public procurement. The cost of the transaction is $ 7,8 million.


Russia supplies Jordan parachute systems


The report notes that the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and the holding Tekhnodinamika will conclude agreements, under which 2016 g "will check the quality of a number of products supplied abroad," including parachute systems for jordan.

According to the information, this platform “allows to land equipment weighing from 3,7 to 10 tons from a height of 300 meters to 1,5 kilometers, in addition, it can be used to dump various loads and equipment in containers.”

According to the agency, "the contract of commission for the supply of parachute systems for Jordan is dated 26 August 2015 of the year."

It also follows from the procurement information that Nigeria buys from the Russian Federation “blocks of uncontrolled aviation missiles "for a total amount of $ 4,6 million.
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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. dobrik10
    dobrik10 18 May 2016 09: 00
    +2
    That's right! The United States of America, "not entirely voluntarily", have already proved the "reliability" of their parachute systems, and from the first floor they are afraid to use ... request
  2. dobrik10
    dobrik10 18 May 2016 09: 02
    0
    Or maybe just the hands of the slingers grow from the wrong place ...
  3. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 18 May 2016 09: 06
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    The airborne assault forces of Jordan — no, not heard.
    1. DMB_95
      DMB_95 18 May 2016 09: 13
      +2
      I wonder where the Jordanians are going to drop equipment? Is it not in Syria ...
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 18 May 2016 09: 23
        +4
        Quote: DMB_95
        I wonder where the Jordanians are going to drop equipment?

        They themselves don’t know where, but the parachute technique is so cool ............. and they decided to buy it too. hi Wah, Smatra, how beautiful it is.
        1. cap
          cap 18 May 2016 09: 55
          +1
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Quote: DMB_95
          I wonder where the Jordanians are going to drop equipment?

          They themselves don’t know where, but the parachute technique is so cool ............. and they decided to buy it too. hi Wah, Smatra, how beautiful it is.



          Our is more reliable.
      2. BARKAS
        BARKAS 18 May 2016 09: 33
        0
        Maybe in Syria there’s always someday something that’s dumping something here and the Jordanians decided to appear more often in such news.
      3. avt
        avt 18 May 2016 10: 27
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        Quote: DMB_95
        I wonder where the Jordanians are going to drop equipment? Is it not in Syria ..

        Or maybe everything is easier? In fact, Abdala practiced in SAS, so he collects the complete collection in IL-76 from those we bought.
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        they decided to buy too.

        More expensive than money, especially since you won’t surprise him with collectible cars - you’ve already eaten up. laughing
      4. castle
        castle 18 May 2016 10: 30
        0
        Rather, they will not be parachuted, but handed over or resold to another state to study "how it is done."
    2. tiredwithall
      tiredwithall 18 May 2016 09: 16
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      Jordan does not need parachutes for military operations. They are needed in case of surrender, so that the signed act can be dropped by the enemy.
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    5. Yak-15
      Yak-15 18 May 2016 09: 17
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      While there was no P-7, it was not. Now they will be)))))
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 18 May 2016 09: 52
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        The airborne assault forces of Jordan — no, not heard.
        But their king Abdullah is a big fan and specialist in the field of special forces. He has practical experience in command. He apparently wants to strengthen his mobile troops (101st separate brigade of special forces (71st and 101st special forces battalions, 81st and 91st battalions paratroopers, artillery division); But what kind of visits he makes in Russia:
        The Jordanian monarch visited the location of the 51st regiment of the Tula Airborne Division, where he laid a wreath at the monument to the soldiers who died "in hot spots" in the line of duty. The guest also examined the armament of the airborne paratroopers, and after the demonstration performances of the Tula paratroopers and lunch went to the state enterprise "Instrument-Making Design Bureau". In the evening the King of Jordan will return to Moscow ...http://www.ng.ru/news/23739.html
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  4. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 18 May 2016 09: 30
    +4
    The building of the Turkish Embassy in Berlin was decorated with a portrait of Erdogan in the image of Hitler
  5. activator
    activator 18 May 2016 09: 36
    +1
    In the days of the union, I saw that the landing of equipment took place with the help of parachute rocket systems; now they are not being used; what is the reason of this?
  6. iliya87
    iliya87 18 May 2016 09: 45
    0
    Not surprised, the Jordanians and others looked at the Hamer landing party, we thought, well, buy it in the USA))
  7. inkass_98
    inkass_98 18 May 2016 09: 59
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    Everything is quite logical:
    Having begun service in the armored forces, the prince "soon" fell ill "with special forces." In January 1993, Abdullah II became deputy commander of the Special Forces of the Kingdom of Jordan (Jordanian Special Forces), and in November of that year he was appointed their commander. In 1996, the prince was engaged in the reorganization of special forces and other elite units, uniting them with the help of the unified Command of Special Forces of the Kingdom of Jordan (Special Operations Command, SOCOM), which he himself created. It was noted that Abdullah II trained in a number of countries, "where the traditions of training elite units were strong," including several times in the USSR and in Russia. He was also mentioned in the media as the pilot of the AH-1F "Cobra" class attack helicopter, which Jordanian special forces use for near air support. Further, noting that “the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has one of the most professionally trained not only in the Middle East, but also in the world, special forces,” the media emphasized the considerable merit of His Royal Highness personally supervising brigadier Abdullah ibn al-Hussein
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