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    DrSomnath999 Major RESEARCHER

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    NATO is afraid of Russian military equipment and monitors the fighter Su-33

    NATO fears progressive Russian military hardware and begins spying on the Su-33.
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    NATO members have confessed to their concerns about the "mysterious" Russian fighters, whose work systems are very difficult to track. Earlier, members of the alliance did not know anything about the Su-33 aircraft, successfully perform combat missions in Syria. The French began to spy on Russian military vehicles.

    French multi-role fighters of the fourth generation of Dassault Rafale were able to trace the transition Russian Su-33 in "attack mode".

    According to the newspaper Livefist developed by Dassault Aviation fighter aircraft, in accordance with the order of the NATO command, are spying on the activities of Russian combat aircraft Su 33

    It is reported that the crew of two French fighters instructed to enter the airspace of western Syria after the Russian machines and reveal the "attack mode" radar of the Su-33, which was previously unknown to them. Throughout the 90 minutes that integrated systems SPECTRA EW worked on the possible outcome, but in the end, according to Livefist, venture a success.

    Yevgeniya Polyakova...
    Источник: https://newinform.com/68937-francuzskii-rafale-raskryl-kozyri-russkogo-su-33
     
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    Impressed with swing role capability of Rafale jet: Air Chief

    Wed, 19 Jul 2017-09:49pm , PTI
    A day after he flew a Rafale fighter jet in France, Chief of Air Staff B S Dhanoa today said he was impressed with the superior swing role capability of the aircraft and its integrated weapon sensor.

    Dhanoa, currently on a visit to France, flew a Rafale jet at the Saint-Dizier airbase yesterday to gain a first-hand experience of the aircraft.

    Indian Air Force is procuring the Rafale multi-role fighter jets from French aviation major Dassault under a Euro 7.87 billion (approx Rs 59,000 crore) deal signed last September.

    "I flew a Rafale in a two versus two mission involving two Rafales against two Mirage 2000D opponents. I am impressed with the superior swing role capability of the Rafale and it's highly integrated weapon sensor and survivability suite," Dhanoa said.

    The Air Chief also interacted with top executives of Dassault who briefed him about progress in the project to supply the jets to IAF.

    Dhanoa is on a visit to France from July 17-20 to ramp up cooperation between the air forces of the two countries in a range of areas.

    The fighter jets are capable of carrying nuclear weapons and will be equipped with the latest missiles that will give the IAF greater "potency" over arch-rival Pakistan.

    The Rafale combat aircraft will come with various India- specific modifications including Israeli helmet mounted displays, radar warning receivers and low band jammers, among others.

    The Inter-Governmental Agreement for the supply of the jets was signed last September, 16 months after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced India's plans to buy 36 Rafale aircraft in fly-away condition.

    According to the deal, the delivery of the jets will start in 36 months and will be completed in 67 months from the date the contract is inked.

    (This article has not been edited by DNA's editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)
    http://www.dnaindia.com/business/re...le-capability-of-rafale-jet-air-chief-2507637
     
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    Light armored vehicles, not tanks. They're talking about these babies:
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    The one that looks like a wheeled tank is actually a recon vehicle, the Jaguar; the armored van is the Griffon, a multirole transport truck. Neither are meant to be used offensively like a main battle tank.
     
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    Sorry .plz dont sue me in court for giving wrong Google translation ,
     
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    Egypt Receives Fourth Batch of Rafale Fighters from France
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    Egypt has received on Wednesday two Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets from France, announced Egypt’s Armed Forces spokesman.

    The fourth batch that Egypt has just received sums up the total jets to 11.

    The first three jets were delivered in July 2015, the second batch arrived in January 2016, while the third batch was delivered in April.

    Army Spokesman Tamer Mahmoud said in an online statement that “the new Rafale aircraft are a powerful addition to the capabilities of our air forces, as they possess high-level technical characteristics and combat systems, enabling them to perform long-range tasks.”

    In February 2015, France and Egypt have signed a 5 billion euro deal whereby the former agreed to deliver about 24 Rafale fighters to Egypt amid the framework of the Egyptian-French armament cooperation.
    https://egyptianstreets.com/2017/07/27/egypt-receives-fourth-batch-of-rafale-fighters-from-france/
     

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