Tuesday, January 18, 2022

This Russia’s Super Fighter Terrified NATO and America


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This Russia’s Super Fighter Terrified NATO and America The MiG-25 Foxbat sought to answer the Soviet Union’s need to protect its airspace from fast, high-flying U.S. bombers. The most prominent example was the B-58 Hustler, a Mach-2-capable nuclear bomber that entered service in 1960, but on the horizon loomed the B-70 Valkyrie, a futuristic bomber capable of penetrating Soviet airspace at speeds in excess of Mach 3. Armed with long-range missiles, a large radar and powerful engines, the Soviets designed the Foxbat to catch and kill these fast bombers. Watch the video for more: https://youtu.be/MRx0V49tJho Make sure to share this video with your friends! The massive thanks to everyone for watching and all of your support! (video/thumbnail picture just for Illustration) ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If anyone has an issue with any of the footages please send me an e-mail to (kaisarjustin20@gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Related Topics: #MilitaryUpdateTodays

Monday, January 17, 2022

Russia’s MiG-25 Foxbat: The American Spy Plane Killer?


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Russia’s MiG-25 Foxbat: The American Spy Plane Killer? The MiG-25s capabilities were, and are, eye-popping. It can make Mach 2.83 in sustained flight, and can go over Mach 3 in bursts if no one cares about the destruction of the engines. In interceptor and air-superiority mode, it carries four R-40 air-to-air missiles, with an outer range limit of fifty miles. It can reach an altitude of over sixty-five thousand feet. Foxbats designed for reconnaissance missions carried sophisticated electronic and photographic equipment, and could reach even higher ceilings. A few Foxbats were optimized for high-speed strike roles. Watch the video for more: https://youtu.be/kieagEwmWBQ Make sure to share this video with your friends! The massive thanks to everyone for watching and all of your support! (video/thumbnail picture just for Illustration) ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If anyone has an issue with any of the footages please send me an e-mail to (kaisarjustin20@gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Related Topics: #MilitaryUpdateTodays

Sunday, January 16, 2022

This South Korea Artillery System Was More Advanced Than You'd Think


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This South Korea Artillery System Was More Advanced Than You'd Think The K9 is crewed by five specialists made up of the driver, vehicle commander, gunner, and a pair of loaders managing the 155mm projectiles. The driver maintains a forward-left hull seating, apart from the crew, whilst the rest of the crew takes their places in the fully enclosed turret superstructure. The turret sports slightly sloped side panels and a flat roof. Watch the video for more: https://youtu.be/GHbsH_vQd2U Make sure to share this video with your friends! The massive thanks to everyone for watching and all of your support! (video/thumbnail picture just for Illustration) ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If anyone has an issue with any of the footages please send me an e-mail to (kaisarjustin20@gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Related Topics: #MilitaryUpdateTodays

Saturday, January 15, 2022

This America's Gigantic Warship Was Built for World War III


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This America's Gigantic Warship Was Built for World War III USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) is the newest, full-sized aircraft carrier to be contracted by the United States Navy (USN) and represents a next-generation "supercarrier" featuring advanced systems, subsystems, and onboard facilities to make her the most powerful surface warship on the high seas. Defense is a modest, though an advanced, network of improved RIM-162 "Evolved Sea Sparrow" surface-to-air missiles, a Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) installation, and a digital Close-In Weapon System (CIWS) as well as the AN/SPY-3 radar suite and active search-and-tracking features. Communications, search-and-tracking is managed through a composite mast atop the island. However, the vessel will still rely on its extensive support fleet for both ranged and point defense against inbound enemy aircraft, missiles, surface threats, and undersea threats. Watch the video for more: https://youtu.be/n4iGTSMnWMc Make sure to share this video with your friends! The massive thanks to everyone for watching and all of your support! (video/thumbnail picture just for Illustration) ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If anyone has an issue with any of the footages please send me an e-mail to (kaisarjustin20@gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Related Topics: #MilitaryUpdateTodays

Friday, January 14, 2022

Kalibr vs. Tomahawk: Which Missile One Most Dangerous In a Battle?


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Kalibr vs. Tomahawk: Which Missile One Most Dangerous In a Battle? The Kalibr suite was designed to compare favorably with Washington’s prolific but aging Tomahawk cruise missiles. Whereas the original Kalibr 3M14 traded performance blows with the Tomahawk’s Block IV revision in what amounts to an approximate draw tilted slightly in Kalibr’s favor, Kalibr-M drastically outranges its US counterpart at 4,500 against 1,700 kilometers. The most significant advantage of the 3M14T and its family is that they can be fired from a wider variety of smaller ships than the American ones that usually carry the Tomahawk, making it easier to deploy. It is also being developed to fire from fixed land bases, vehicles, and aircraft. Tomahawk likely outclasses Kalibr is ECM capability. While Tomahawk’s IV block revision included electronic counter-countermeasures, the Kalibr family is relatively susceptible to jamming techniques. With the modification, Block V Tomahawk has improved its capabilities. Its networking capabilities are beyond that of most operational cruise missiles by a long margin. Watch the video for more: https://youtu.be/13mePrym6eU Make sure to share this video with your friends! The massive thanks to everyone for watching and all of your support! (video/thumbnail picture just for Illustration) ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If anyone has an issue with any of the footages please send me an e-mail to (kaisarjustin20@gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Related Topics: #MilitaryUpdateTodays

Thursday, January 13, 2022

The MiG-31: The High-Speed Soviet Interceptor that Still Flies Today


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The MiG-31: The High-Speed Soviet Interceptor that Still Flies Today The MiG-31 retains the Foxbat’s high-altitude performance, though it is a bit slower at Mach 2.83—still faster than any operation Western fighters today. More importantly, it can fly up to Mach 1.23 at low altitude—which the MiG-25 cannot. This makes it ideal for hunting ground-skimming cruise missiles and fighter bombers. Nonetheless, the Foxhound is not highly maneuverable, and cannot safely pull more than 5Gs while flying supersonic. The MiG-31 would not fare well in air-to-air engagements against contemporary fighters such as the F-15—but that’s simply not what it was designed to do. The Foxhound is intended to close on intruders at high speeds, fire off its missiles, and disengage. Watch the video for more: https://youtu.be/fdqJo4n6nSg Make sure to share this video with your friends! The massive thanks to everyone for watching and all of your support! (video/thumbnail picture just for Illustration) ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If anyone has an issue with any of the footages please send me an e-mail to (kaisarjustin20@gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Related Topics: #MilitaryUpdateTodays

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

The VVA 14: One of the Strangest Soviet Aircraft of All Time


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The VVA 14: One of the Strangest Soviet Aircraft of All Time Ekranoplans are effective aircraft that use the ground effect to fly just at least a meter above a surface, say the water, at high speeds. This has some advantages over conventional ships, namely, they are faster, plus an advantage over aircraft is that they can often be undetectable to radar. The Soviet Union was finding itself in a tricky position in the 1960s with the threat of new nuclear missile-equipped American submarines, that could hide just off their shores. So, they needed something in their arsenal that could counter this threat, and tackle it head-on. Thus, the Bartini Beriev VVA-14 was born. Watch the video for more: https://youtu.be/ePgYLlMnnJQ Make sure to share this video with your friends! The massive thanks to everyone for watching and all of your support! (video/thumbnail picture just for Illustration) ©️ COPYRIGHT / LICENSING ———————————————— If anyone has an issue with any of the footages please send me an e-mail to (kaisarjustin20@gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Related Topics: #MilitaryUpdateTodays