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    Quote Originally Posted by xingbake1 View Post
    RQ170 "Sentry" UAV


    Very Nice.

    There is 1.4 billion chines, all camera crazy, but when it comes to taking these types of photo's it's always low quality and out of focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone30 View Post
    Very Nice.

    There is 1.4 billion chines, all camera crazy, but when it comes to taking these types of photo's it's always low quality and out of focus.
    Be patient. The high resolution ones will come out soon

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    SF's anti-torture training




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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone30 View Post
    Is this suppose to be the chines version of the [SIZE=1]Javelin Missile?[/SIZE]
    It's the Chinese version of the ENTAC and Vigilant missile, but better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by balalaika-san View Post
    It's the Chinese version of the ENTAC and Vigilant missile, but better.
    I should hope so, considering ENTAC and Vigilante are 50s and 60s technology.

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    North Sea Fleet : 547 Linyi frigate's first time ocean fleet replenishment in Western Pacific



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    Female snipers...................











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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone30 View Post
    Very Nice.

    There is 1.4 billion chines, all camera crazy, but when it comes to taking these types of photo's it's always low quality and out of focus.
    microcam are in low res and easy to hide, some of the pictures are cropped.

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    Folks,

    Guess Who our good friends the Iranian sold that CIA stealth drone to that they jammed the original GPS signal and replace it with a fake GPS and caused it to go into the 'go home' mode and crash land in an area or Iran with low sand dunes? Guess, Guess, Guess! <GRIN>

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSone View Post
    I should hope so, considering ENTAC and Vigilante are 50s and 60s technology.
    Dear Rsone,

    But combination manual CLOS with a capture mode at launch of semi-ACLOS are decoy proof unlike the US TOW and Israeli MAPTAS which China uses for it advance Red Arrow. And the UK Vigilant while manual CLOS has a feature, where instead of various S turns for in a flight guidance they use square turns -- the gunner put in input where the missile is push to the side and when the inputs stop proceeds in the targets direction. Many old hands have said the TOW should have had a back up manual CLOS guidance in case of decoy flares. IMO the US Army made a mistake in being so fanatical in adopting the TI Javelin in the AAWS-M program and should have adopted the Hughes AAWS-M candidate that uses fiber optic cable and leaves a man in the loop in case of smoke, decoys or advance jamming.

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    Sharp Sword UCAV taxiing video first exposed





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    China Aerospace - 10th Shenzhou spacecraft to be launched before mid-June



    China Aerospace - Meteorological work entered a critical task coverage period to support Shenzhou-10 launch mission



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    Woops~~~~~~~~~~~~



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