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Syrian Heat is Dangerous for the Russian Weapons, US Magazine Said

WASHINGTON, (BM) - Extreme temperatures affect the performance and characteristics of any weapon, and Russian developments in the Middle East had to deal with this, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting The National Interest, an American magazine. Read more: Russia Will Use S-400 and S-500 to Take Down F-22 and F-35 Most of Syria is

Will Iran and Russia Ally with the Kurds Against Turkey?

WASHINGTON, (BM) - The Turkish military has begun bombing northern Syria, empowered by Donald Trump’s public announcement that he had green-lighted a Turkish operation into territory occupied by U.S.-backed Kurdish forces, essentially exposing a key ally in America’s fight against the Islamic State (ISIS) to new dangers. Trump announced that

Russia Will Use S-400 and S-500 to Take Down F-22 and F-35

WASHINGTON, (BM) - Russia inherited a dizzyingly large number of surface-to-air missiles from the Soviet Union and has also improved upon Soviet designs since. Here is a rundown of the notable parts of S-family. The first surface-to-air guided missile system was the S-25 Berkut family of SAMs which were deployed by the Soviet Union for a

T-14 Armata vs. M1A Abrams: the Russian Tank Takes an Advantage

MOSCOW, (BM) - The core military resource of the Celestial Empire Sina conducted a comparative analysis of some of the tactical and technical characteristics of the latest generation Russian tank T-14 "Armata" and the American armored vehicle M1A Abrams. According to Chinese experts, the technique of Russian armored forces is superior to the

The American Air Strikes Over Afghanistan are Unlawful

KABUL, (BM) - U.S. air strikes on alleged Taliban drug labs in Afghanistan in May killed or wounded at least 39 civilians, including 14 children, and violated international humanitarian law as the victims were non-combatants, a United Nations report said on Wednesday, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. Read more: UK Sends Paratroopers for

China Claims It Can Find and Track the F-22 or F-35

WASHINGTON, (BM) - If China really did have such a powerful radar, it would be a game-changer. In addition, it also functions as a fire control radar that can guide missiles toward stealthy jets like the F-35. “Meter wave radar can be deployed on vehicles, on land and warships, creating a dense web that gives hostile stealth aircraft nowhere to

The Yemeni Houthi Rebels Might Have North Korean Missiles, US Said

WASHINGTON, (BM) - It’s possible the missile strikes that badly damaged a key Saudi oil facility on Sept. 14, 2019 involved far-flying drones firing small, guided munitions. Yemen's Houthi rebels, who have been at war with a Saudi-Emirati coalition since 2015, claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks on the Aramco sites, which lie

Combat Radius of Russia’s Su-57 in Asia is a Threat to the US and Australia

MOSCOW, (BM) - After reports that the Myanmar armed forces are interested in purchasing Russian Su-57 fighters for the modernization of its fleet, as well as the recent statement by the ambassador of this country in Moscow on this issue, an assessment of the possible consequences of such an acquisition on the security of Southeast Asian states

India and Russia Discuss the Modernization of Indian Su-30MKI Fighters

NEW DELHI, (BM) - Indian Air Force Chief Marshal Rakesh Bhadauria confirmed the information that the fleet of Su-30MKI multirole fighters will be substantially updated, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. According to the Indian Marshal, we are talking about ordering new fighters, as well as upgrading existing ones. Thus, the enterprise of the

Japan Will Receive Follow-on Tech-Support of Its AEGIS Destroyers Totalling $140M

WASHINGTON, (BM) - The Government of Japan has requested to buy Follow-On Technical Support (FOTS) sustainment and services in support of eight (8) Japan AEGIS Destroyers consisting of four (4) KONGO Class Destroyers, two (2) ATAGO Class Destroyers, two (2) MAYA Class Destroyers and one (1) Japanese Computer Test Site (JCPTS), learned

Russia Has Denied That it Successfully Tested S-500 Missile Defence System

MOSCOW, (BM) - Russia has denied reports that it successfully tested its new missile defence system, the S-500 Prometev, in Syria, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting MEMO. Read more: Russia Has Tested S-500 Missile Defence Systems in Syria to Detect ‘Stealth’ Targets It was previously reported that sources within the Russian Defence

Asia is the Main Su-57E Market, but Who’s Buying?

WASHINGTON, (BM) - At MAKS 2019, Sukhoi demonstrated the export version of its premier air superiority fighter, the Su-57E, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. While the existence of an export version was practically guaranteed given that Russia has continually attempted to partner with select nations during development, the export version shown at

The Combination of UAV S-70 and Su-57 Turns the Latter Into a Fighter of the 5 + Gen

MOSCOW, (BM) - The combined flight of the S-70 “Hunter” heavy drone and the Su-57 fighter, in fact, is becoming the first visual example in the world of the flight integration of a drone with a fifth-generation fighter. It is clear that this is still an attempt, but at the same time it is worth noting that the first step in this direction has

Russia Isn’t Happy That China Stole Jet Fighter Design

WASHINGTON, (BM) - Remember that Russian carrier-based jet that China copied without permission? Those airplanes are crashing, and Russia doesn't seem too broken up about it. Though Russia and China are now friends, even holding joint exercises, Russia's Sputnik News recently trotted out an article titled "Chinese Navy Short on Carrier-Based

S-400 and Rafale Will Expand the Defence Capabilities of India

NEW DELHI, (BM) - The Indian Air Force command during a conference on the development of the country's air force, announces that the first French-made Rafale fighters will begin to perform tasks in the Indian sky no earlier than May 2020, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. Read more: India Buys Akash Missile Systems by State-Run Bharat Electronics

A Nuclear Strike From Beijing to Washington in 30 Minutes if China Uses DF-41

WASHINGTON, (BM) - At the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) unveiled a number of new pieces of high end hardware during a large scale parade in Tiananmen Square. Alongside new DF-17 hypersonic tactical missiles, WZ-8 hypersonic surveillance drones and Gongji-11

Chinese Hypersonic UAV is a Bad News for US Navy – Military Watch Analysis

WASHINGTON, (BM) - The People's Liberation Army of China (PLA) introduced a number of new models of promising military equipment during a large-scale parade on Tiananmen Square, dedicated to the 70 anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China and the end of the Chinese civil war. Military Watch believes that despite the fact

Hypothetical Clash Between Su-35 and Su-57 – US Named the Winner

WASHINGTON, (BM) - Su-35 is the most effective fighter ever created by Moscow. Although the aircraft is primarily designed to gain superiority in the air, it is able to prove itself as a powerful means of hitting ground targets. This opinion was expressed by the National Interest publication. According to him, although outwardly this machine

Russia Develops ‘Anti-Satellite’ Camouflage of Su-57 Fighter Jet

MOSCOW, (BM) - In Russia, the testing of the latest Su-57 fighters continues, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. As you know, a few days ago the fighter carried out a pair flight with the S-70 Okhotnik heavy attack drone, and worked out the possibility of piloting at relatively short distances in the automated (for UAV) mode. Read more: Russia

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