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The USS Missouri fired 28 Tomahawk cruise missiles during the 1991 Operation Desert Storm war with Iraq
30 Jan 2009
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The Indian Armed Forces is Asia's fastest growing armed force. Millions of Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs are ready to defend India against Islamic extremism. And coupled with India's technological prowess and aid from allies like Russia and Israel, who too are victims of Islamic fundamentalism, India is on the path to become a superpower and crush its enemies to death! ::IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:: :Indian Navy: *Indigenous Aircraft Carrier *MiG-29K *BAe Sea Harrier *HAL Tejas *INS Vikramaditya under refit *Advanced Technology Vessel *Scorpene submarines *Talwar-class frigate *P-15A Kolkata class destoryer under construction *INS Jalashwa *Project 28 anti-submarine corvettes *Barak-2 anti ship missiles :Indian Air Force: *Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft program *Indian MRCA competition contenders *BAe Hawk mk. 132 *HAL/Ilyushin Medium Transport Aircraft *Phalcon AEW&C on Il-76 *HAL Sukhoi Su-30MKI *C-130J Super Hercules in Indian colors *Mil Mi-8 V5 *HAL Light Combat Helicopter *HAL Tejas *Advanced Air Defense missile *Akash surface-to-air missile :Indian Army: *T-90 S Bhisma *Arjun MBT *BrahMos supersonic cruise missile army variant *Agni-III ballistic missile *Milan 2T anti-tank missiles *Nishant unmanned aerial vehicle *155m towed guns *HAL Dhruv *Multi-role, light helicopters contender - Bell *F-INSAS *Zittrani - Tavor gun Thanks for watching! Background score: "Vande Mataram" by A.R. Rahman
24 May 2009
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The S-300PMU [SA-10 land-based, SA-N-6 naval version] surface-to-air missile system is able to engage a number of targets simultaneously, countering intensive aircraft raids at low-to-high altitude. The SA-10 offers significant advantages over older strategic surface-to-air missile systems, including multitarget handling and engagement characteristics, a capability against low altitude targets with small radar cross-sections such as cruise missiles, a capability against tactical ballistic ...
3 May 2009
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Demonstrations of infrared, laser guided, free-fall, air-to-air, heat seaking, radar guided, Deltas, Atlas, Sidewinder, Sparrows, cluster bombs, Cruise missiles, air launched, and joint-attack munitions.
15 Jul 2009
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The United States Air Force (USAF) is the aerial warfare branch of the armed forces and one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. Initially born as the United States Army Air Corps, the USAF was formed as a separate branch of the military on September 18, 1947.[2] It was the last branch of the U.S. military to be formed. The USAF is the largest and most technologically advanced air force in the world, with about 5,778 manned aircraft in service (4,093 USAF; 1,289 Air National Guard; and 396 Air Force Reserve);[3] approximately 156 Unmanned Combat Air Vehicles, 2,130 Air-Launched Cruise Missiles,[4] and 450 Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles. The USAF has 328,439 personnel on active duty, 74,000 in the Selected and Individual Ready Reserves, and 106,000 in the Air National Guard. In addition, the Air Force employs 168,900 civilian personnel including indirect hire of foreign nationals.[5] Not all of the United States' military combat aircraft are operated by the USAF. The Army operates its own helicopters, mostly for support of ground combatants; it also maintains a small fleet of fixed wing aircraft (mostly Unmanned Aerial Vehicles). The Navy is responsible for a multitude of aircraft, including integrated air wing combat aircraft operating aboard its 11 aircraft carriers and also many maritime patrol and transport aircraft stationed at multiple Naval air stations around the world. The Marine Corps operates its own combat and transport aircraft in support of its ground mission and often in conjunction with Naval Aviation. The Coast Guard also maintains transport and search-and-rescue aircraft (SARA), which may be used in a combat and law enforcement role. All branches of the U.S. military operate both helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. The Department of the Air Force is headed by the civilian Secretary of the Air Force who heads administrative affairs. The Department of the Air Force is a division of the Department of Defense, headed by the Secretary of Defense. The highest ranking military officer in the Department of the Air Force is the Chief of Staff of the Air Force.
5 Sep 2009
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Summary of video: As the Air Marshall said there are only 7 or 8 countries which are capable of producing Fighter planes and Pakistan has joined that prestigious list! This plane is a state-of-the-art fighter plane designed by Pak-China and is designed to meet all of Pakistan Air Force's needs. Because of it's capabilities and low cost we can mass produce it and even export it to other nations who want to purchase it, such as Iran, Egypt, Azerbaijan, etc. The point of notice is not that Pakistan has fourth or fifth generation weapons but that we no longer need to rely on other countries (such as USA) for fighter planes as we are now capable of making great fighter planes entirely in Pakistan! There are only 7 or 8 countries who are capable of producing fighter planes in-house and Pakistan has joined the list. Just as we became capable of producing COMPLETELY in Pakistan the nuclear missiles, cruise missiles and other advanced military equipments such Al-Khalid tank, etc., now we can produce in Pakistan the great fighter planes too. Long live Pakistan-China Joint Developments! ============================ The PAC JF-17 Thunder (Urdu: تھنڈر), also known in China as the Chengdu FC-1 Fierce Dragon (Chinese: 枭龙; pinyin: Xiāo Lóng),[2] is a light-weight multi-role combat aircraft jointly developed by the Chengdu Aircraft Corporation of China and the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex of Pakistan. The JF-17 evolved into a more advanced fighter during the later stages of development with revised terms of reference by the Pakistan Air Force and the incorporation of more modern features and technologies. The PAF is also seeking to arm the JF-17 with a modern fifth generation close-combat missile such as the IRIS-T or A-darter. These will be integrated with the helmet mounted sights/display (HMS/HMD) as well as the radar for targeting. PAF will soon induct fourth and fifth generation high-tech fleet of fighter-bomber aircraft with the aim to modernize the countrys air force. ===============
14 Dec 2009
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The BUK-M1 surface-to-air medium-range missile system provided with is designed to engage state-of-the art and perspective strategic and theatre-range aircraft, cruise missiles, helicopters and other aerodynamic targets within the whole range of their operation in intensive clutter and jamming environment, and to fight against LANCE-type theatre ballistic missiles, HARM anti-radar missiles, other high precision elements of air- and land-based weapons, and to engage surface- and land-based radar targets.
29 Jan 2010
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Противокорабельные ракеты. Exocet («Экзосет»), Harpoon -RGM-84 (Гарпун ), Томагавк (BGM-109 Tomahawk; Томахоук), Яхонт Оникс П-800 (SS-N-26), SS-N-19 Shipwreck П-700 Гранит, Базальт П500_SS-N-12 «Sandbox», П-120 Малахит SS-N-9 Siren, П-70 Аметист_SS-N-7, П-15 Термит SS-N-2 Styx, Х-35, Х-55 AS-15 «Kent», Москит (SS-N-22, Sunburn, ASM-MSS), Supersonic speed cruise missile.
17 Mar 2010
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Russia nukes us if we elect McCain who wants war with Russia over Georgia. Russia said to be willing to use their nukes against us if we invade them something McCain wants. We can't defend ourselves against their 16,000 nukes launched from Silo and Mobile ICBM, SLBM launched from subs, Long Range Ballistic Cruise missiles all with MIRV capability from TU 160. McCain is old and won't care what happens to America. Please, keep America clean without nuclear fall out. China will nuke us too. Google: " John McCain gook slur ". McCain hates Asians, he can't stand we lost Vietnam. He will start bombing Vietnam of his hatred, China will help Vietnam as they did before in both N.Korea and Vietnam, we will lose again, we nuke Beijing for losing, China will send its 400 thermonuclear weapons at us, combined with the Russians it will leave our country devastated. There's only one way to preserve life in America the way we want it, I want SF to be here forever ! VOTE OBAMA - BIDEN 2008 !
8 Jun 2010
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Jernas is the export name for the Rapier FSC (Field Standard C) air defence system developed by MBDA (formerly Matra BAe Dynamics, UK). JERNAS is based on the Rapier mk2 missile and launcher, which is in service with the British Army and Royal Air Force, the Blindfire tracking radar and the Dagger surveillance radar. JERNAS provides defence against unmanned aerial vehicles, cruise missiles, and fixed and rotary-wing aircraft.
3 Oct 2010
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Russia operates the second largest fleet of Submarines in the world at 70 operational vessles. Not all of Russia's submarine classes could be featured due to lack of footage. this is a list of the vessels show in the video followed by a quike discription of the submarine. Kilo Class - SSK The Kilo class attack submarine is intended for the anti-ship and anti-submarine role. It has a range of 7,000 miles and has a 45 day endurence. The Kilo is quiet, infact the United States Navy nick-named the Kilo "Black hole" for its uncanny ability to disappear. Armament - 6x 553mm torpedo tubes 18x torpedoes 24x mines 8x Igla-3, (SA-N-10 Gimlet) Surface-to-air missiles (Russian versions only) Anechoic tiles are fitted on casings and fins to absorb the sonar sound waves of active sonar, which results in a reduction and distortion of the return signal. These tiles also help attenuate sounds that are emitted from the submarine, thus reducing the range by which the submarine may be detected by passive sonar. Russia operates 24 Kilo class submarines. Akula Class - SSN Named Shchuka-B by the Navy, the Akula class is nuclear powered meaning its range is limited only by food supplies. It has a submerged speed of 35 knots. They are equipt with MGK-540 active/passive suite Flank arrays, and Bukhta ESM/ECM MG-74 Korund noise simulation electronic warfare suites. Armament - 4x 533mm torpedo tubes (plus 6 external 533mm tubes on Improved Akula's and Akula-II's) 4x 650mm torpedo tubes The Akula class is capable of firing cruise missiles through the torpedo tubes, and can strike land targets or enemy surface vessels. They use missiles such as the RPK-7 (SS-N-15 and SS-N-16). The Akula incorporates a double hull system composed of an inner pressure hull and an outer "light" hull. This allows more freedom in the design of the exterior hull shape, resulting in a very hydrodynamic submarine. Russia operates 12 Akula class SSN submarines. Oscar-II class - SSGN The Oscar-II class guided missile submarine, is the second largest submarine in the world by length, and the largest SSGN submarine by displacment. The Oscar-II has an impressive beam at 505ft long, and carries a plethera of offensive weapons. Armament - 4x 533mm torpedo tubes 2x 650mm torpedo tubes 28x 533mm and 650mm weapons, including Tsakra (SS-N-15 Starfish) anti-submarine missiles and Vodopad/Veder (SS-N-16 Stallion) and anti-submarine missiles with 200-kT nuclear warhead or Type-40 anti-submarine torpedo or 32 ground mines Perhaps the most impressive weapons onboard the Oscar-II are its anti-ship missiles. 24x P-700 Granit (SS-N-19 Shipwreck) cruise missiles. It is reported that Oscar-II class SSGN's incorporate an emergency escape capsule, that were fitted after the Kursk accident in 2000. Russia operates 10 Oscar-II class submarines. Typhoon class -SSBN Typhoon is a nuclear ballistic missile submarine, it is the largest submarine in the world, displacing more than a World War Two aircraft carrier. The Typhoon is currently being refitted for various operations. The one Typhoon that is currently active is refitted and will stay in active service as an SSBN submarine with the new SS-NX-30 "Bulava" missile. 1 other Typhoon (Tk-20) is active as of 2009 but is only armed with torpedos at the current. 1 other Typhoon (Tk-17) is being modernised and refitted, and is set to re-enter service in 2010 The states of the Typhoon collective is that of the remaining three, 1 will remain an SSBN, the other 2 will not be refitted to carry the new Bulava missile. They will however be modified to carry cruise missiles and deploy Special Forces. Delta-III/IV - SSBN the Delta-IV class submarine is a nuclear ballistic missile submarine. The submarine constitutes a double-hulled configuration with missile silos housed in the inner hull. The forward horizontal hydroplanes are arranged on the sail. They can rotate to the vertical for breaking through ice cover. The propulsion system provides a run speed of 24 knots surfaced and 24 knots submerged. The submarine carries supplies for an endurance of 80 days. The surface of the submarine has an acoustic coating to reduce the acoustic signature. Armament - 4x 533mm torpedo tubes 16x R-29RM SLBM nuclear missiles Other vessels not featured in the video include: SSBN - Borei class (1 built, 12 on order) SSN - Sierra class (4 active) SSN - Victor class (4 active) SSN - Yasen class (1 built, 8 ordered) SSK - Lada class (1 built, 3 under construction, 8 ordered) 7 - Auxiliary Submarines 1:46 is a failed Trident-II launch, but i needed to show a missile for effect to give the SS-N-19 a face, so forgive the footage with the SS-N-19 in front of it... its not a shipwreck missile, but atleast it shows some sea launch capabilities *UNDER CONSTRUCTION*
1 Dec 2010
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The S-300 PMU mobile air-defence missile system is intended for defense of militarians and industrial targets against massive retaliations of means of air attack. The system provides defeat of modern and perspective planes, cruise missiles, the ballistic purposes and other means of air attack flying at heights from 10 m up to a practical ceiling of their battle application. The video clip shows system work. Please visit: www.rusarmy****
1 Dec 2010
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NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams Following air strikes by French fighter jets, U.S. and British navy vessels launched at least 110 Tomahawk cruise missiles, striking over 20 targets along Libya’s Mediterranean coast. NBC’s Jim Maceda reports.
20 Mar 2011
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NBC TODAY Show American and allied forces are stepping up their attacks as allied forces target the North African nation with cruise missiles, fighter jets and submarines in a decisive show of military force against Moammar Gadhafi. NBC’s Jim Maceda reports.
21 Mar 2011
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30 Jun 2011
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The Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) is a long-range, all-weather, subsonic cruise missile. Introduced by General Dynamics in the 1970s, it was designed as a medium- to long-range, low-altitude missile that could be launched from a submerged submarine. It has been improved several times and, by way of corporate divestitures and acquisitions, is now made by Raytheon. Some Tomahawks were also manufactured by McDonnell Douglas. There have been several variants of the BGM-109 Tomahawk employing various types of warheads. The operational versions include the unitary conventional land attack TLAM-C, the bomblet-dispensing land attack TLAM-D, the nuclear land attack TLAM-A and TLAM-N, and the Tomahawk Anti-Ship Missile (TASM). Ground Launch Cruise Missiles (GLCM) and their truck-like launch vehicles were destroyed to comply with the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. The Block III TLAMs that entered service in 1993 can fly farther and use Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers to strike more precisely. Block IV TLAMs have a better Digital Scene Matching Area Correlator (DSMAC) system as well as improved turbojet engines. The WR-402 engine provided the new BLK III with a throttle control, allowing in-flight speed changes. This engine also provided better fuel economy. The Block IV Phase II TLAMs have better deep-strike capabilities and are equipped with a real-time targeting system for striking moving targets.
4 Jul 2011
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