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Thursday, November 29, 2012

EC725 TUDM Mula Mendarat Di Malaysia. - Selamat Berkhidmat





EC725 pertama negara selamat sampai kena antar pakai Antonov wooo



Pennat No TUDM M55-01







Test Flight ketika di Perancis dulu

Selamat datang Wira CSAR Negara

Akhirnya sampai juga helikopter CSAR pertama negara yang akan digunakan oleh pasukan elit kita Paskau dalam misi cari lamat combat di masa akan datang. EC725 ini selamat mendarat semalam di Subang Air Base dekat Hangar Eurocopter Malaysia. Jom join gambar penghantaran pertama pesawat kepak putar CSAR ini

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Syark Air Force (SAF) - 1/72 Hobby Master McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II "30 Years of Phabulous Phantoms" Wing Commander's Aircraft, 110th TFS/131st TFW, Missouri ANG, c.1989










Syark Air Force (SAF) - 1/72 Hobby Master McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II "30 Years of Phabulous Phantoms" Wing Commander's Aircraft, 110th TFS/131st TFW, Missouri ANG, c.1989

In 1985 five ANG units began to receive F-4E Phantom IIs that had been removed from USAF active service. The ANG F-4E's only lasted 1991 when the last one was retired. F- 4E 66-0338 was the 110th TFS/131st TFW, Missouri ANG, Wing Commander's aircraft and was selected to wear the F-4 30th Anniversary scheme in 1988-1989. In November 1989 this aircraft was sent to AMARC until August 1995 when it was sent to Tracor Flight Systems and converted to a QF-4E target drone. In February 1997 66-0338 was delivered to the 475th WEG at Tyndall AFB in Florida and was written off on August 22, 2001.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Syark Air Force (SAF) - 1/72 Hobby Master McDonnell Douglas F-4J (UK) Phantom II: 74 Squadron, RAF 1990











Syark Air Force (SAF) - 1/72 Hobby Master McDonnell Douglas F-4J (UK) Phantom II: 74 Squadron, RAF 1990 


The first three F- 4J(UK) aircraft were delivered to the RAF in August of 1984 to equip the newly-formed No. 74 Squadron at RAF Wattisham. These aircraft were intended as a stop-gap measure until the introduction of the Tornado F.Mk 3. In later years, these aircraft were made compatible with the BAe Sky Flash air-to-air missile. The No. 74 Squadron F- 4J(UK) fighters were retired in early 1991 by low-time Phantom FGR.Mk 2’s. On September 21, 1992 No. 74 Squadron was disbanded.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Syark Defence Force (SDF) - 1/35 TAMIYA GERMAN FLAKPANZER GEPARD







1/35 TAMIYA GERMAN FLAKPANZER GEPARD

The Flugabwehrkanonenpanzer Gepard ("anti-aircraft cannon tank Cheetah", better known as the Flakpanzer Gepard) is an autonomous, all-weather-capable German self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (SPAAG). It was developed in the 1960s and fielded in the 1970s, and has been upgraded several times with the latest electronics. It constituted a cornerstone of the air defence of the German Army(Bundeswehr) and a number of other NATO countries. In Germany, the Gepard was phased out in late 2010 to be replaced by "SysFla", a mobile and stationary air defence system using the LFK NG missile and the new MANTIS gun system. The mobile platform of SysFla will likely be based on the GTK Boxer.

The vehicle is based on the hull of Leopard 1 tank with a large fully rotating turret carrying the armament—a pair of 35 mm Oerlikon KDA autocannons and the two radar dishes—a general search radar at the rear of the turret and the tracking radar, and a laser rangefinder, at the front between the guns. Each gun has a firing rate of 550 rounds/min.
The guns are 90 calibres (3.15 m (10 ft 4 in)) long, with a muzzle velocity of 1,440 m/s (4,700 ft/s) (FAPDS—Frangible Armour Piercing Discarding Sabot rounds), giving an effective range of 5,500 m. The KDA autocannon can take two different ammunition types, and the usual loading is a mix of 320 AA and 20 AP rounds per gun. Combined rate of fire is 1,100 rounds/min.
The electrically driven turret is powered by a 40 kW generator driven by a 4-cylinder, 3.8 litre Mercedes-Benz OM 314 multi-fuel engine.
Since the eighties Stinger teams have been accompanying the Gepard units, to take advantage of their long-range scanning capacity. To combine this capacity in a single unit a missile system upgrade which mounts the NATO ManPad Stinger surface-to-air missile (in twin packs) to the autocannons was developed. The system was tested by the German Bundeswehr but not bought due to budget restrictions and the fielding of the Ozelot Light Flak (leFla) System.