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  1. Macrosszero

    Military talk thread

    Noticed there are scattered current affairs threads for stuff related to military hardware, tactics etc. I'll kick it off with some of the more interesting things I learned about recently: On the US front: The F-117A Nighthawk AKA "Wobby Goblin" has been retired since 2008, after a remarkably short service life. Its shootdown in Yugoslavia in 1999 and subsequent compromise of the technology could have been a factor. F-14 Tomcat flew its last flight in 2006 - the only operator of the F-14 is now the Iranian air force. Moving to the UK, The country that invented and perfected the VSTOL fighter, the Harrier jump jet, no longer operates the type as of 2011. As a consequence of the Harrier retirement, the Royal Navy operates three STOVL aircraft carriers that do not have fixed wing aircraft. The Royal Navy has recently launched their latest aircraft carrier, the angled-deck Queen Elizabeth, but it is solely dependent on the F-35B to enable it to operate as something more than a helicopter carrier. As a cost saving measure, it is conventionally, not nuclear-powered. Japan Incidentally, the JMSDF's Hyuga class of helicopter carriers are only slightly smaller than the Royal Navy's STOVL carriers - which used to operate Harriers. Malaysia In the 2014 version of Cope Taufan, Malaysia gave the Americans a first taste of the SU-30MKM and they brought their newest toy, the F-22 Raptor to play. During the 2013 Lahad Datu standoff, BAe Hawks operated as strike aircraft, with the RMAF's Hornets performing target designation. General The Rheinmetall 120mm gun, pretty much the standard Western tank gun, has a barrel life of between 50-400 rounds, depending on the type of ammunition fired.Feel free to add on, or discuss current affairs topics. Please stay away from sensitive issues such as discussing classified information, or peeing contests in declaring Country X is better than Country Y, or whatever. These are hypothetical scenarios, whereas there is plenty going on just with the turmoil the world is in currently, and over the past decade to talk about.
  2. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-04-20/navy-confirms-us-warship-intercepts-iranian-weapons-shipments-yemeni-waters
  3. I have one question:- SAF is using a kind of armoured+tracked tank-lookalike veh but the gun is small calibre ie maybe about 75mm, isn't such a "large" veh with small arm a waste of money while it's killing power is small yet as a target is too big for enemy to miss?
  4. I have one question:- SAF is using a kind of armoured+tracked tank-lookalike veh but the gun is small calibre ie maybe about 75mm, isn't such a "large" veh with small arm a waste of money while it's killing power is small yet as a target is too big for enemy to miss?
  5. I have one question:- SAF is using a kind of armoured+tracked tank-lookalike veh but the gun is small calibre ie maybe about 75mm, isn't such a "large" veh with small arm a waste of money while it's killing power is small yet as a target is too big for enemy to miss?
  6. Super funny!!!!! this guy got many reviews of weapons
  7. Sometimes I stumble on the above programmes, especially the 'digitally-remade' ones.... very realistics and can see tank battles, air combats... si beh shiok!!! Has anyone been watching these fights on land, sea, air?? .... would like to buy and keep DVDs of such violence, smoking tanks/planes, anyone know the shops which have them?? ..... thanks!
  8. With pressure mounting on Iran to halt its nuclear weapons program, Daimler is reportedly joining the growing list of businesses
  9. Latioboy

    Showcase your Duragloss Weapons!

    I shall start first. SINCE i was asked to take photos of gallon products that i have. So i just took pictures of ALL my products i'm currently having now. (: Keke! Can you all spot my broken into pieces yellow backing plate? I don't know how that freaking thing spun out of control but yea it got spun out of control. woot! 2nd backing plate in 2 months! haha!
  10. Chaihot5

    Hello Kitty Weapons

    Wonder who will use these weapons...
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