Writing by admin on Tuesday, 4 of March , 2008 at 1:14 am
On February 19, 2008 at 11:25 Moscow time the Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker-E advanced multi-role fighter made its first flight. Flown by Sukhoi test pilot Sergey Bogdan from Zhukovsky airfield near Moscow, the test flight lasted 50 minutes and the set flight program was performed in full. The new “Super Flanker” is expected to be delivered to the Russian Air Force in 2010 and reach initial operating capability in 2011. Currently, another two planes are completed and are to join the first prototype in a series of test flights. The Su-35 will enter service under the name Su-27SM2.
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Writing by admin on Wednesday, 7 of November , 2007 at 4:36 pm
Military Wraps Research&Development, Inc. has unveiled the new photo-stealth technology at the U.S. Special Operations trade show (SOFEX 2007). Photo-Real and Photo-Stealth are trademarks of Military Wraps and are in patent pending. This technology is ” a direct result of daily feedback from specific battlefields from all over the globe”.
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Writing by admin on Wednesday, 3 of October , 2007 at 8:08 pm
A new Gabriel family anti-ship missile is developed by IAI (Israel Aerospace Industry). The new missile named Gabriel 5 will give a better performance than most contemporary missiles especially when employed in littoral waters.
Gabriel 5 is in the same class as Exocet and Harpoon missiles and is designed to serve as a primary armament for naval vessels. The new missile is an evolution of an earlier version which replaced the Gabriel 2 in the Israel Navy service. (Read more…)
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Writing by admin on Tuesday, 25 of September , 2007 at 7:18 pm
I once was curious enough to put a finger above a hole in my microwave oven. The result? A pleasant heat wave, similar to that of opening a oven door, hits you. Now imagine this feeling but instead of a pleasant heat wave, a burning sensation.
This is the weapon that is expected to enter service in 2010 mainly a crowd disperser. It uses powerful microwaves at 95 GHz, that pass through your clothes without setting them on fire, and heat the water molecules of which your body is formed. The microwaves are not strong enough to cause severe burns, but rather to give the nerves under your skin a touch of pain, at a relative temperature of 50 degrees Celsius. (Read more…)
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Writing by admin on Tuesday, 25 of September , 2007 at 3:20 pm
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Writing by admin on Sunday, 23 of September , 2007 at 9:48 pm
The Tejas single-seat, single-engine, lightweight, high-agility supersonic fighter aircraft has been undergoing flight trials in preparation for operational clearance, and by mid 2005 had flown over 400 flights up to speeds of Mach 1.4. The Tejas light combat aircraft design and development program is being led by the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) of the Indian Department of Defence with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) as the prime industrial contractor.
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Writing by admin on Saturday, 22 of September , 2007 at 9:45 pm
The world’s most powerful vacuum bomb has been tested by the russians.The bomb unleashes a destructive shockwave with the power of a nuclear blast.
The bomb is the latest in a series of new Russian weapons and policy moves as President Vladimir Putin tries to reassert Moscow’s role on the international stage.The defence ministry stresses this military invention does not contradict a single international treaty. Russia is not unleashing a new arms race
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Writing by admin on Friday, 21 of September , 2007 at 2:33 pm
The first V-22 Osprey combat squadron has been deployed by the Marines in Iraq.The V-22 Osprey is the world’s first operational tilt-rotor aircraft.10 Ospreys along with the Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 263 left Monday aboard the USS Wasp from New River Air Station next to Camp Lejeune.About 200 marines comprise a typical marine squadron.The “Thunder Chickens” is the name of the squadron and the 20 pilots that form up the squadron are to spend the next 7 months or so ferrying troops, supplies and cargo.
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