Published photos reveal the features of the new F-15EX fighter


New photos of the newest American fighter F-15EX have been published on social networks, showing a number of differences between the aircraft and its earlier modifications.


The F-15EX pilots have at their disposal the new JHMCS II helmet-mounted systems, as well as displays from Elbit Systems of America. The fighter is equipped with a full glass cockpit equipped with a multifunctional color display. The F-15EX's onboard systems are controlled by the Advanced Display Core Processor II, the most powerful processor in the history of the fighter.

The aircraft's radar station consists of the main radar in the bow of the AN / APG-82 (V) 1, as well as three flat antennas, one of which is located behind the cockpit, and two more - under the forward fuselage.

The F-15EX photo clearly shows the new engine nozzles, EPAWSS electronic warfare fairings, new symmetrical fairings at the top of the vertical tail fins, and possibly telemetry antennas. The fighter's infrared traps are up 50 percent.


But despite technical The "advancement" of the new American fighter, according to the veteran of the US Marine Corps Alex Hollings, is unlikely to be able to emerge victorious from the confrontation with the Russian Su-57 and the Chinese J-20 of the fifth generation. However, in his Sandboxx blog, the American military calls the F-15EX "the coolest fourth generation fighter on the planet."
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  1. Binder Offline Binder
    Binder (Miron) 12 February 2021 21: 53
    0
    For some desperate patriots of the Russian Federation, who in polemical fervor like to ask - "What did your petty Israel create in aviation?" There is a pleasant surprise in the text: Elbit Sistems of America, a subsidiary of the Israeli firm Elbit Sistems, is actively involved in the production of the American F-15EX fighter. From myself, I will only add - it is far from only Elbit that works with leading US arms manufacturers, and far from only the F-15EX is the result of this cooperation. hi
    1. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 17: 36
      +4
      In the USSR, it was customary to tell funny anecdotes about the attitude of personnel officers of closed enterprises towards Jews. Life has shown that the personnel officers were right.
    2. isofat Offline isofat
      isofat (isofat) 13 February 2021 17: 46
      +3
      Quote: Bindyuzhnik
      And what did your petty Israel create in aviation?

      Binder, and what did your petty Israel create in aviation?
      1. Binder Offline Binder
        Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 18: 32
        -3
        What is the cause of a continuous headache for the RF Ministry of Defense today, what flies where it sees fit as at home and what your newest air defense systems do not see at close range, which is hampered by the curvature of the earth. lol
        1. isofat Offline isofat
          isofat (isofat) 13 February 2021 18: 36
          +4
          Binder, And what is it? If microbes, then the question was about aviation. laughing
    3. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 18: 05
      +6
      The Israeli Galil assault rifle was developed by the Israeli designer Israel Galili, born Israel Balashnikov, based on the Kalashnikov assault rifle.
      This is all you need to know about the Israeli military-industrial complex.
      Everyone can see the image of the Galili machine on Wikipedia. And laugh.
      1. Binder Offline Binder
        Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 18: 52
        -4
        The Israeli Galil AR automatic rifle was developed on the basis of the Finnish Valmet Rk 62 machine gun, and its creator Israel Balashnikov, despite the Russian sound of the surname, has never been to Russia, he was born in 1923. in mandated Palestine.
        Well, some Vietnamese who prefer Israeli Galil to Russian AK can laugh. lol
        1. boriz Offline boriz
          boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 18: 54
          +4
          Well, you tell it to the end. On the basis of which the Valmet Rk 62 was developed.
          You ripped off from the wrecked.
          It is enough to compare the images and everything becomes clear as daylight.
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          2. Binder Offline Binder
            Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 19: 00
            -4
            Do you mean that the AK was rebuilt from Hugo Schmeiser's StG44?
            1. boriz Offline boriz
              boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 19: 01
              +5
              Why do you think so? There, the automation is completely different.
              But your Galil is all one to one AK.
              The Finns ripped off with AK, you ripped off the Finns This is well known, do not wag already, which is already there.
              1. Binder Offline Binder
                Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 19: 06
                -4
                I would venture to suggest that neither Galil nor even AK you held in your hands and certainly did not use any of these models of automatic small arms for their intended purpose, otherwise you would not have written such nonsense.
                1. boriz Offline boriz
                  boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 19: 09
                  +3
                  Baby, Galil certainly did not hold, but with AKM I had to run for two months in the Putilov camps in 1978.
                  As you argue, it is obvious and common knowledge that the Galil is an AK clone. What are you trying to prove - I don't understand.
                  1. Binder Offline Binder
                    Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 19: 17
                    -3
                    I am trying to explain to you that the one who has been driving a Zaporozhets for only two months cannot judge the quality of a Mercedes, although both products have an internal combustion engine.
                2. ck9999999 Offline ck9999999
                  ck9999999 (C K) 14 February 2021 14: 57
                  0
                  Rus venddelphi in Estonia was held. Galil - AK rework. Refined but reworked. And yet, the call sign bindyuzhnik - an obvious provocateur - moved away from the aviation topic. It's time for the site administrator to pay attention to him.
            2. boriz Offline boriz
              boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 19: 06
              +4
              Rather, we can say that Schmeiser ripped off with a Degtyarev machine gun, and Fin Fal with SVT. It will be more justified.
              1. Binder Offline Binder
                Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 19: 09
                -5
                Say whatever you want, your conversations have nothing to do with reality.
                1. boriz Offline boriz
                  boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 19: 18
                  +4
                  You are trying to communicate with a person, and you start to chat.
                  I will take this phrase of yours into service.
                  And you - read the relevant literature. I didn't hire you here to arrange an educational program.
                  1. Binder Offline Binder
                    Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 21: 20
                    -2
                    Good gentleman, don't blame me, but as a person I am with you, who writes:

                    Quote: boriz
                    In the USSR, it was customary to tell funny anecdotes about the attitude of personnel officers of closed enterprises towards Jews. Life has shown that the personnel officers were right.

                    I do not consider it possible to talk. hi
                    1. boriz Offline boriz
                      boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 21: 24
                      +2
                      But that's exactly how it turned out. Technology has been dragged abroad en masse.
                      No anti-Semitism. This has never happened to me.
                      Just a statement of fact.
                      1. isofat Offline isofat
                        isofat (isofat) 13 February 2021 21: 30
                        +3
                        Quote: boriz
                        I do not consider it possible to talk.

                        boriz, don't believe him. He is not expelled from our site, he is lying as always. laughing
                      2. boriz Offline boriz
                        boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 21: 33
                        +3
                        Yes, I'm used to it already. Themselves communicate like scumbags, and if you press it with facts, they throw themselves into hysterics, like all anti-Semites. Convenient position.
                      3. isofat Offline isofat
                        isofat (isofat) 13 February 2021 22: 03
                        +2
                        boriz... Jews are people like everyone else.

                        It is interesting that almost all of their ministers were involved in corruption, some cadres even for the second time.

                        An example is a minister, he can generally be elected to his post until he dies.

                        Notice how they are preparing the next aggression. They arrange things in such a way that they are threatened and they have nowhere else to go but to chop off a piece from someone else's territory.

                        They prepare thoroughly, they do not spare time for preparation.
                      4. boriz Offline boriz
                        boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 07
                        +2
                        Well, yes, there are 3 criminal cases on Netanyahu.
                2. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 03
                  -3
                  Quote: boriz
                  Technology has been dragged abroad en masse.

                  What was there to drag? In addition, from the beginning of the 60s, Jews were diligently cleaned out from secure facilities, so those who came to Israel with the beginning of mass repatriation in the 90s simply did not have access to any technological secrets of the Soviet military-industrial complex.
                3. boriz Offline boriz
                  boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 05
                  +1
                  Well, I know better how they were cleaned out. I saw them there with my own eyes. Many are still working.
                4. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 10
                  -3
                  Quote: boriz
                  Many are still working.

                  They are apparently already 120 years old. Centenarians, however ... lol
                5. boriz Offline boriz
                  boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 13
                  +1
                  Why, I'm the same age and a little younger. There is no one else to work. The middle generation dropped out in the 90s and early 2000s. Someone needs to do something out of engineering students. There are people who work older than me.
                  And why are you all flirting? Isn't it disgusting for yourself?
  • Dear sofa expert. 13 February 2021 21: 55
    +3
    The Israeli Galil AR automatic rifle was developed on the basis of the Finnish Valmet Rk 62 assault rifle,

    And "Valmet", in turn, was developed on the basis of the Kalashnikov assault rifle license purchased from Russia. This is a known fact. Then the Israelis "borrowed" this technology from the Finns.
    1. Binder Offline Binder
      Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 08
      -3
      Not "borrowed", but acquired legally, together with the production line, having paid in full for their purchase.
      1. boriz Offline boriz
        boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 16
        +1
        That does not negate the succession from the AK.
        1. Binder Offline Binder
          Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 17
          -3
          Do I deny this continuity?
          1. boriz Offline boriz
            boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 20
            +1
            A little higher, they diligently walked away from her.

            Israeli Galil AR automatic rifle was developed on the basis of the Finnish Valmet Rk 62 assault rifle

            When I pointed out the origin of the Galil from AK.
            1. Binder Offline Binder
              Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 29
              -3
              By no means, I just recalled that the Israelis took the Finnish licensed version of AK as a basis. I note that during the development process in Israel, major changes were made to the design and production technology, which significantly improved the quality of the rifle and its ergonomics.
              1. boriz Offline boriz
                boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 35
                +3
                Have you changed how the automation works? I doubt it.
                Here we have reduced the distance from the front sight to the rear sight - yes. Which reduced the aim of the shot.
                And if you are talking about a body kit, then the AK was a machine gun for a different army. Now the latest models have gone from the former primitivism. The army has become different, the military doctrine has become different.
                Here, about the equipment Sotnik read http://k-politika.ru/amerikancev-udivila-rossijskaya-ekipirovka-sotnik/?utm_source=warfiles.ru Another level, another soldier, other requirements for a soldier and other care of the soldier.
                1. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 55
                  -2
                  We deviated from the topic of the publication, so I will not go into technical. details, especially since all Galil modifications have long been removed from service in the IDF. As for the new Russian developments, then I won't tell you anything, I don't have information.
      2. Dear sofa expert. 13 February 2021 22: 16
        +1
        Not "borrowed", but acquired legally, together with the production line, having paid in full for their purchase.

        Well, maybe. Although history is tactfully silent about "licensing" for some reason. In any case, I have not found such information anywhere)
        1. Binder Offline Binder
          Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 18
          -3
          Take a look at Wikipedia.
          1. Dear sofa expert. 13 February 2021 22: 20
            +1
            Take a look at Wikipedia.

            What are you?) Can you help with a link?)
          2. Dear sofa expert. 13 February 2021 22: 26
            +1
            Take a look at Wikipedia.

            Here, only this little article came to hand.)

            Galil is a Jewish plagiarism of the Kalashnikov assault rifle that the Americans have armed with!
            https://zen.yandex.ru/media/russiangunz/galil-evreiskii-plagiat-avtomata-kalashnikova-kotorym-voorujilis-amerikancy-5e1b36d2aad43600ae415cdb

            Plagiarism ... is not a synonym for license, by any chance?)
            1. Binder Offline Binder
              Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 32
              -3
              For some reason, you find such false articles without problems, however, even in the Russian version of WIKI you somehow fail to enter. bully
              1. Dear sofa expert. 13 February 2021 22: 35
                +1
                For some reason, you find such false articles without problems, however, even in the Russian version of WIKI you somehow fail to enter.

                I say I did, but there it is hushed up.

                But in the "article", they found very decent words for this:

                Buying an AK from the USSR is not an option, but rethinking the Rk.62 produced at Israeli facilities under license is welcome.

                Quite Jewish - with humor.)
                I don’t understand why this option does not suit you?
                1. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 48
                  -3
                  Quote: Dear sofa expert.
                  I don’t understand why this option does not suit you?

                  The fact that he is 150% deceitful.
                2. Dear sofa expert. 13 February 2021 22: 53
                  +1
                  I don’t understand why this option does not suit you?
                  The fact that he is 150% deceitful.

                  Well, you can't please.)
                  Well, I say the same, help me with a link, where it is confirmed that you bought, and not "rethought") .. or can't you find it too?)
                3. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 23: 02
                  -3
                  Quote: Dear sofa expert.
                  help with a link where it is confirmed that you have bought,

                  https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Галиль_(автомат)
                  Make sure.
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                5. Dear sofa expert. 13 February 2021 23: 24
                  +1
                  https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Галиль_(автомат)
                  Make sure.

                  Well, I read it.

                  As a result, preference was given to the Galili version, which was based on the design of the Finnish Valmet Rk 62 assault rifle (a copy of the AK), the production license of which was purchased by Israel and which itself was a licensed version of the Kalashnikov assault rifle.

                  The repurchase of a license, licensed technology, bypassing the one who sold the first license, is considered plagiarism all over the world (The copyright law).
                6. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 23: 39
                  -1
                  Quote: Dear sofa expert.
                  The repurchase of a license, licensed technology, bypassing the one who sold the first license, is considered plagiarism all over the world (The copyright law).

                  All claims to the Finns. Although something tells me that solid and practical Finnish guys would not sell the Israelis a license to manufacture weapons if it would be contrary to international law.
                7. Dear sofa expert. 14 February 2021 01: 03
                  +2
                  All claims to the Finns. Although something tells me that solid and practical Finnish guys would not sell the Israelis a license to manufacture weapons if it would be contrary to international law.

                  So no one actually makes a claim. Just why was it so keen to react to it? An ordinary discussion.
                8. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 14 February 2021 04: 34
                  -1
                  What kind of "ordinary discussion" is this? To begin with, you accuse the Israelis of plagiarism, declare that you are not able to find information that the license for Galil was acquired, then, having made sure that this statement is erroneous, make unfounded claims to the very fact of the sale. And where is the acute reaction on my part?
                9. Dear sofa expert. 14 February 2021 11: 51
                  +3
                  To begin with, you accuse the Israelis of plagiarism, declare that you are not able to find information that the license for Galil was acquired,

                  Was that plagiarism? Was.

                  The "license" was obtained from a legal entity that does not have the right to issue a license. What kind of license is it then ???
                  So there is no license as such?
                  No.

                  What kind of “erroneousness of this statement” are you still talking about? You just, with your "links", proved the opposite, which, in fact, you admitted, turning the arrows to the Finns:

                  All claims to the Finns ...

                  And although your sixth sense, at the level of "highley like", about the violation of "international law" tells you something, you cannot consider this an argument.

                  The fact of illegal sale / purchase of a license is obvious. You disputed it, and you lost the dispute. Let's stop here.

                  Another thing: my personal attitude to this matter.

                  My personal lack of claims to this fact is explained personally by my understanding and vision of the situation.

                  Personally, I understand that everyone is actually doing plagiarism like this. But this, again, is just my personal opinion.
                10. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 14 February 2021 15: 11
                  -2
                  Quote: Dear sofa expert.
                  Was that plagiarism? Was.

                  It was not, because the Israelis acquired a license

                  Quote: Dear sofa expert.
                  The fact of illegal sale / purchase of a license is obvious.

                  Why did you get the idea that the sale was illegal, does your proletarian instinct tell you? wink It was illegal for the Tupolev design bureau to copy the American B-29 bomber at the direction of Stalin and then release this copy as Tu-4. But, for example, the production in Russia of a licensed copy of an old Israeli UAV Searcher under the proud name Outpost is entirely within the law.
                11. Dear sofa expert. 14 February 2021 15: 25
                  +2
                  Was that plagiarism? Was.
                  It was not, because the Israelis acquired a license

                  Buying in violation of the rules for reselling a license to a third party is just as illegal as selling. Plagiarism.

                  Why did you get the idea that the sale was illegal, does your proletarian instinct tell you?

                  Why did they decide that of the two of us, the proletarian is me?)

                  Judging by the nickname you have chosen, it is you who are the proletarian, which, by the way, over and over again, is confirmed by the corresponding intellectual level of your "emotional" posts. )

                  It was illegal for the Tupolev design bureau to copy the American B-29 bomber at the direction of Stalin and then release this copy as Tu-4.

                  We are not talking about this case now, but even if this is so, it does not in any way negate the fact of plagiarism of the Israeli machine gun. So don't get distracted from the topic.

                  But, for example, the production in Russia of a licensed copy of an old Israeli UAV Searcher under the proud name Outpost is entirely within the law.

                  Yes. Quite possible. What does this have to do with our dispute?)
                12. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 14 February 2021 15: 47
                  -2
                  Quote: Dear sofa expert.
                  What does this have to do with our dispute?)

                  And there is no dispute - contrary to logic and common sense, you assert that the Finns had no right to sell, and the Israelis to buy technology, equipment and technical equipment from them. documentation for the production of the automatic rifle, later called the Galil. I am sure that you are mistaken in this matter. cannot provide, in support of your words, a link to an article and paragraph of any legal document prohibiting such a transaction.
                13. Dear sofa expert. 14 February 2021 17: 08
                  +2
                  I am sure that you are mistaken in this matter. cannot provide, in support of your words, a link to an article and paragraph of any legal document prohibiting such a transaction. I am sure that you are mistaken in this matter. cannot provide, in support of your words, a link to an article and paragraph of any legal document prohibiting such a transaction.

                  Stop talking nonsense.)

                  We are talking about the fact of plagiarism in this particular case, and not about the legal possibility to prohibit this transaction. She, in any case, at that time, simply did not exist.

                  Of course, hypothetically, such a possibility could exist if at that moment, all 3 countries participating in this "atrocity" were bound by some kind of common agreement (WTO, GATT, TRIPS, etc.), and in case of disobedience would be subject to some kind of legal sanctions.

                  This is not always feasible even today. Not all countries are bound by such obligations. This allows, for example, the same China, openly, without hiding, to copy other people's technologies, "rethink" them, and sell them further. So that..)
                14. Binder Offline Binder
                  Binder (Miron) 14 February 2021 20: 01
                  -3
                  Quote: Dear sofa expert.
                  We are talking about the fact of plagiarism in this particular case

                  I'm not talking about plagiarism with you, because in this particular case it simply does not exist. I advise you to inquire about the meaning of this term. I consider the discussion on this topic complete. hi
  • Stanislav Bykov Offline Stanislav Bykov
    Stanislav Bykov (Stanislav) 13 February 2021 19: 48
    +3
    According to the article, this aircraft has Israeli displays, this is not the most critical component and it does not disprove the fact that you do not have aircraft of your own production. And not only aircraft. You have German Dolphin submarines, your largest ships , the Saar 5 corvettes were made for you by the Americans. All that you could do on your own was missile boats. Even your Merkava tank consists of 28 percent imported components, including an American engine and transmission, you make a gun for it under license Russia, on the other hand, manufactures the entire range of weapons for itself and for sale on its own, so you have something to strive for so as not to depend on the mood of foreign suppliers.
    1. Stanislav Bykov Offline Stanislav Bykov
      Stanislav Bykov (Stanislav) 13 February 2021 20: 14
      +2
      I will add, a series of 4 Saar 6 corvettes are made for you by the Germans
      1. Binder Offline Binder
        Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 21: 50
        -2
        I can only repeat what I mentioned in my first comment:

        Quote: Bindyuzhnik
        Elbit is by no means the only one working with leading US arms manufacturers, and far from only the F-15EX is the result of this collaboration. hi

        As for your statement -

        Quote: Stanislav Bykov
        Russia, on the other hand, manufactures the entire range of weapons for itself and for sale on its own, so you have something to strive for so as not to depend on the mood of foreign suppliers.

        - I can say that your opinion on this issue is 150 years old. I once explained to my opponent the erroneousness of such an approach on another thread, citing as an example the principle of operation of one of the Israeli defense industry enterprises I know firsthand. I will repeat myself. Israeli engineers have developed a very popular device and, having received an order from the army, founded their own enterprise for its production. Components designed according to their requirements are manufactured in Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and South Korea. Each of the component manufacturers selected on a competitive basis is one of the world leaders in their segment, therefore the quality of their products is the highest. Components arrive in Israel, where the firm's specialists assemble products from them, which are then sent to customers in Israel and abroad. And it is impossible to achieve such quality by making every last screw on our own, because the quality of Russian products for the corresponding purpose is much lower.
        1. boriz Offline boriz
          boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 10
          +1
          Russia cannot afford such an approach. This makes production too vulnerable. You have - including. The Turks have experienced this for themselves.
          1. Binder Offline Binder
            Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 16
            -1
            Either option has its pros and cons. Russia, of course, cannot follow this path - no one will share technology with it today. And the Turks are successfully continuing the production of their drones and developing new models.
            1. boriz Offline boriz
              boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 17
              0
              They also banned the components.
              Perhaps later they will find something, but it will already be ersatz.
              1. Binder Offline Binder
                Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 22
                -1
                There is always an opportunity to make a corresponding order in another place.
                1. boriz Offline boriz
                  boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 24
                  0
                  Well, when they do, they will correct the design for new components, but not the fact that the performance characteristics will remain ...
                  And then this can convince the supplier to be banned. Turkey has very few well-wishers.
                  1. Binder Offline Binder
                    Binder (Miron) 13 February 2021 22: 35
                    -1
                    In fact, these problems can be solved ...
                    1. boriz Offline boriz
                      boriz (boriz) 13 February 2021 22: 36
                      +2
                      Yes, the flag in hand ...
    2. Cyril Offline Cyril
      Cyril (Kirill) 14 February 2021 06: 00
      0
      Russia, on the other hand, manufactures the entire range of weapons for itself and for sale on its own, so you have something to strive for so as not to depend on the mood of foreign suppliers.

      Is that why some modifications of the T-90 have a French thermal imager, some warships have German or Chinese diesel engines, and are the crystals for the Elbrus processor used in military equipment produced in Taiwan?
      1. Stanislav Bykov Offline Stanislav Bykov
        Stanislav Bykov (Stanislav) 14 February 2021 16: 13
        +1
        French thermal imagers have already been replaced by domestic ones, produced by the Vologda Optical and Mechanical Plant. Judging by the fact that the series of corvettes 20385 was extended, German diesel engines were also replaced, Chinese diesel engines for Buyans are rather a temporary solution, they will also be changed due to their unreliability, in these matters nothing is impossible for us
        1. Stanislav Bykov Offline Stanislav Bykov
          Stanislav Bykov (Stanislav) 14 February 2021 17: 12
          +1
          Judging by the fact that the series of corvettes 20385 was extended, German diesel engines were also replaced,

          To clarify, the German MTU diesel engines on these corvettes were replaced with engines from the Kolomna plant
  • alex5450 Offline alex5450
    alex5450 (Alex L) 13 February 2021 10: 22
    0
    Disentangle the consequences of abandoning the F-22.
  • Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
    Michael1950 (Michael) 14 February 2021 23: 52
    -1
    Quote: boriz
    In the USSR, it was customary to tell funny anecdotes about the attitude of personnel officers of closed enterprises towards Jews. Life has shown that the personnel officers were right.

    2000th year. One personnel officer at a closed military facility asks a colleague at another closed military facility:
    - Listen, are you taking Jews to work?
    - Yes, I'm taking it now.
    - Say: where do you take them ??!
  • Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
    Michael1950 (Michael) 15 February 2021 00: 20
    -1
    - What are you, gentlemen, fixated: AK - Galil, Galil - AK? We need a good machine gun - we have it:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IWI_Tavor
    But - it's expensive ... laughing
  • Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
    Michael1950 (Michael) 15 February 2021 00: 30
    -1
    The aircraft's radar station consists of the main radar in the bow of the AN / APG-82 (V) 1, as well as three flat antennas, one of which is located behind the cockpit, and two more - under the forward fuselage.

    - Where did the author of the note get this ?! what
  • Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
    Michael1950 (Michael) 15 February 2021 00: 31
    -1
    Quote: alex5450
    Disentangle the consequences of abandoning the F-22.

    - Alas, alas ...