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bml00

From: bml00

Oct-17

There are have been "several hundred" air strikes in Syria against Iran and Hezbollah they have to be coordinated with Russia to avoid any form of accident .

You cant fly into an enemy airspace where a MAJOR Military force exists and is operational unless there is agreement and acceptance of each others terms of understanding, the numb nuts as usual is lost in space

BM

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

Oct-17

bml00 said:  You cant fly into an enemy airspace where a MAJOR Military force exists and is operational unless there is agreement and acceptance of each others terms of understanding, the numb nuts as usual is lost in space

Just because Russia has allowed you to do this does not mean they're happy with it.

Russia is now selling their SAM missiles to Turkey - which will now use them to track F-35s and so forth. Once tested and working, they can be sold to Iran and Syrin - where they can have their real baptism of fire. You'll be fukked.

"Eternal Conflict", BM, you boasted of it, as did Netanyahu and the IDF. One way or another, the aggression will end.

bml00

From: bml00

Oct-17

Do you know if Putin is happy or not?

Apparently numb nuts does...

If Putin decided to stop Israeli attacks he could he does not because he wants hegemony in Syria which means Iran is a nuisance

Idiot really is clueless 
BM

PS for every system there is an answer ,the armchair general has been making predictions for years and not one has ever been correct poor sod 

  • Edited October 17, 2019 8:36 am  by  bml00
BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

Oct-17

bml00 said:

PS for every system there is an answer ,the armchair general has been making predictions for years and not one has ever been correct poor sod 

I spotted that Iron Sieve was a dud three years before it was defunded and wound up in 2015.

bml00

From: bml00

Oct-18

Berry spotted it and it is functioning as intended which Adwil proved to the idiot .

Iron Dome is something that really gets under Berry skin he does not like the idea of Clever Jews

As you can see the US Army has tried tested observed and seen it in action and purchased the system https://www.defensenews.com/digital-show-dailies/smd/2019/08/12/its-official-us-army-inks-iron-dome-deal/

https://www.raytheon.com/capabilities/products/irondome

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Oct-18

bml00 said:

The Kurds already have a de facto homeland

Where is it?

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Oct-18

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Oct-18

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

Oct-18

bml00 said:

As you can see the US Army has tried tested observed and seen it in action and purchased the system https://www.defensenews.com/digital-show-dailies/smd/2019/08/12/its-official-us-army-inks-iron-dome-deal/

You're desperate, BM.

If you had a working system there would be thousands all over the world.

Not just two systems to allegedly be tested next year by the US!

The truth is that Iron Sieve (Mark 1) was defunded in Feb and Aug 2015 and ripped up, the director frog-marched from his desk in Dec 2015.

12th Aug 2019 - The contract to purchase two Iron Dome systems for the U.S. Army’s interim cruise missile defense capability has been finalized, according to the deputy in charge of the service’s air and missile defense modernization efforts ... partly manufactured in the United States.

Now that the contract is set in stone, the Army will be able to figure out delivery schedules ... fill its urgent capability gap for cruise missile defense on an interim basis. Congress mandated the Army deploy two batteries by fiscal 2020 in the service’s fiscal 2019 budget.

Iron Dome could feed into an enduring capability, depending on how it performs in the interim, Youngman said during a separate interview shortly before the symposium.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

Oct-18

We're still hearing of the totally discredited Iron Sieve and its important to understand what may be going on.

The US paid ($1 billion or $4 billion?) for Israel to develop a short-range (slow/ lower-atmosphere) missile defense system.

That system unquestionably failed and is no more.

Though it is possible that some parts of it (perhaps the radar or the computer system that predicts the path of the incoming Qassam) could be good - and that might be what the US is testing (a full 4 years after development stopped!!!!)

Lastly, Israel is still firing so-called interceptors - mostly in order to claim that its being rocketed and must retaliate and kill dozens of Palestinians - but also, in case of a real attack, to mask the sound of bangs on the ground as would frighten the horses.

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