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This is officially a weapon now, discuss.

https://www.msn.com/en-ie/news/world/video-plane-transformed-into-drone-attacks-russian-refinery-1-200km-from-ukrainian-border/ar-BB1kVvzr
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also video of the attack

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-rCvj_2ST8&ab_channel=DailyMail

1200km behind the frontlines
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>>61316538
>text, discuss.
Aka slide thread.
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>>61316555
I just wanted to post it because I didn't see another thread jerk...
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>>61316538
>now
Now? It's been a weapon since it was invented.
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>>61316561
This like the 3rd/4th thread about.
But with less effort. Something not surprising considering that you didn't even look in the catalog.
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Old

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_Tampa_Cessna_172_crash

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Austin_suicide_attack
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>>61316553
>1200km behind the front lines
russia is such a paper tiger holly fuck
the US doesn't even need ICBM, they can just fly F35 with nuke and russia would not even realist it was being nuke before the country was turned into glass
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>>61316538
>>61316553
>Cessna
Was it actually a Cessna, or are these media outlets doing the same thing they do with guns and calling any single-prop high wing plane a Cessna?
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>>61316555
Trips of truth. Kill yourself expeditiously OP
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>>61316538
how effective would be to mod boeings and airbuses into autonomous drones filled full of bombs explosives?
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>>61316698
*bombs and other explosives
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>>61316698
Uh very. Ever heard of 9/11?
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>>61316698
not as much as in the past because air force crews probably practice for that scenario for the past 23 years
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>>61316676
>Was it actually a Cessna, or are these media outlets doing the same thing they do with guns and calling any single-prop high wing plane a Cessna?
Bingo, that shit box was an Aeroprakt A-22 ultralight that only costs $80k.
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>>61316744
>only costs $80k.
A fucking patriot missile costs over a mil, are you telling me Ukies can field a whole fleet of jihad planes for the price of a single missile?
Fuck, what even is this war? Actual fucking kamikaze planes, tactical golf carts, Aliexpress drones, airsoft vests...
What the fuck is this clowncar of a war?
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>>61316789
I think Ukraines V1 rocket remake is only 10k
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>>61316538
How long until we see one of these ram the Omsk refinery?
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>>61316789
Defense has cost more then attacking for a century now, which is why the US has places such a big emphasis on being the ones doing the aggression in any conflict, even if it's nominally a defensive war. However, something like this doesn't require a Patriot, even a Stinger or other MANPAD, which is gonna cost a similar amount to the plane, would have been more then enough to stop it.
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>>61316801
This post only furthers my question.

When this all started, I legit expected Russia to showcase its "second army of the world" by some 14D super Spetznaz stuff with VDV blanketing the sky, massive pushes of combined arms, with Ukraine creating a heroic defense.
Instead, clown music playing as a single golf cart unloads mobiks in front of the trenches while a civilian drone flies towards them, second year of the masterstroke two-day invasion, Russia now a pariah state sustained on fucking North Korean artillery shells, European energy market lost to them, front moving 7km in three months...
what
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fuck
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>>61316538
Is this the refinery they're talking about or did Ukraine hit two?
https://twitter.com/revishvilig/status/1775048916624449981
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>>61316856
>mfw there are so many hits we have to double check which hit we are discussing
This is a different humiliation.
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>>61316789
Slavs
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>>61316948
Niggers stopped closely documenting the refinery strikes because they got "boring" after the Random TZD Event in Moscow. Apparently the RVC are still fucking around in Belgorod/Kursk too (which we know, because the RuAF is still bombing towns there).
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>>61316538
it wasn't a Cessna.
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>>61317030
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeroprakt_A-22_Foxbat
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>>61316553

God I love to see Russians running in fear. I wish Ukraine had had the capacity to launch 1000's of drones at Moscow and St. Petersburg.
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>>61316789
fwiw I'd bet the drone conversion cost a lot, maybe more than the plane itself, but yeah it's definitely pennies on the dollar compared to Western defense products. That said it's only effective because it's being used against a disorganized and under-equipped enemy.
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Dude what even is this war lmao

Pretty soon we're gonna see drones dropping molotov water balloons or super soaker flamethrowers
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>>61317151
>Pretty soon we're gonna see drones dropping molotov water balloons
I'm pretty sure that happened
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>>61316538
always was
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>>61316974
>the RuAF is still bombing towns [in Belgorod]
To be perfectly fair, they were doing that before the rebels showed up as well.
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>>61317331
kek
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>>61317170
>Land war in Europe
>Not relevant to /k/

Is this a shill, an idiot, or an American who thinks /k/ should just be endless 9mm vs 45 bullshit and larping?
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>jury-rigged kamikaze prop plane loaded with explosives

so it's just a cruise missile, except instead of a rocket motor, it instead uses a propeller?

are propeller-based cruise missiles a thing?
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>>61317406
This, pretty much.
The war is churning weapons kino and new improvisations such as this thread's "weapon", yet some random fag likely wants to discuss his knaifu and raifu 24/7.
If anything, /k/ has been extremely active, and the browns have been swarming here in desperation, all is right in the world.
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>>61316538
Ohka feelings are hurt.
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>>61317491
Shaeed is a prop driven cruise missile, but if you're asking in first world militaries? Nope, but the cost savings from using a prop vs jet aren't worth the increased ease of interception when the platform firing it costs so much that increasing the magazine depth to balance the interception rates is hilariously expensive.
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>>61316789
Iran-Iraq War 2.0
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>>61317491
>are propeller-based cruise missiles a thing?
Yes and no.

To be useful faster is better. Picrel (Long Range Conventional Standoff Weapon) is far better than any drone/shahed/etc.
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>>61316744
And importantly, it's a Ukrainian designed/manufactured aircraft so they can make more of them readily.
>and you can build a kit at home if you want to go full SHALL
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>>61317170
You reek of fucking summerfag.
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>>61317151
>super soaker flamethrowers
Someone already built one to kill a wasp nest
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>>61316538
Drone attacks beyond the Urals when?
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>>61317770
>Drone attacks beyond the Urals when?
When Putin relocates production there, anon.
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>>61317170
As somebody who's been on /k/ literally since the beginning, it's definitely been at its worst since 2016 but don't act like there wasn't similar shit before that. At least Ukraine threads are talking about an actual ongoing military conflict, I'll take these over the endless SHTF or zombie apocalypse threads we had a decade ago.
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>>61317784
Plus this is just the sequel to the clankening anyway.
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>>61317790
The clankening never ended.
We must clank harder.
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>>61317830
Based, quite frankly
>tanks in five
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>>61316538
let's appreciate that this thing flew for probably 6 hours inside Russia without being shot down.
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>>61316673
F35? a piper cub piloted by an inebriated Alaskan seems like it would do the job
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>>61317069
Sounds like a mental issue
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>>61317833
I measured 444km in a straight line from Alabuga, Tatarstan to the closest border, somewhere in Kazakhstan. The cruise speed on one of those babies is roughly 150km/h, so yeah, at least 3 hours.
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>>61317030
it's the slav equivalent
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>>61318071
In fairness if someone in a general aviation thread on /o/ said that they saw a guy with an AK-47 and it turned out to be a FAL, we would rightly shit on him.
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>>61316676
>>61316744
I'm glad its not a Cessna because I really don't want the already expensive fleet to get even more expensive. Fucking flight schools eat those things up like candy.
>tfw a Skyhawk was like 30k pre COVID and is now 60k+
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>>61317519
words cannot describe how freeing this war has been for conversation in here, this place was staler than a piece of bread in a thousand year tomb, anybody who complains about pre-war /k/ is a flaming retard
>muh 100 AR generals
>muh Armatard spamming over a dozen threads making what has proven to be audacious lies about military capabilities of the Turd World
>muh EDC threads
most of those types are just pissed off they don't get to pretend glorious Russian military is better than the US in anything, they should QQ more and go die in a meatwave attack
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>>61316538
It's not a Cessna it's an A22 Foxbat.
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>>61317868
I doubt immensely that they flew it through another country's airspace. that'd be a whole shitload of trouble if it didn't work properly and just an ATC hassle.
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>>61316538
Honestly, expected something like this but I thought it was too big to fly unnoticeable. Does it use some fake transponder data or so?
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It’s literally unreal to me that people can watch an obviously fake video — ON MOTHER-APRIL-FUCKING-1ST and unironically believe it. The ONLY explanation is that they’re from countries which don’t have an April’s Fool day tradition.
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>>61318655
Lowest IQ poster on /k/
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>>61316538
This war is getting ghetto. Battle between the two poverty superpowers.
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>>61318353
was it confirmed the A22 and not the 32? they look a lot alike. it's like trying to tell a 172 from a 182 from a 206. pretty much just a matter of scale.
here's a pic post hit.
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>>61316789
Eastern Europe is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural.
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>>61318686
>was it confirmed the A22 and not the 32
look at the tail it's a22
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>>61316538
So Russian AA can down a Mig-27, but it can't down a A-22. What nonsense even is Russia's military. Everyone remotely competent, must've died already.
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>>61318754
This video was posted aYESTERDAY, look at the FUCKING calendar!
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>>61318301
>they should QQ more

2010 called...it....it was a good time.....
>Less QQ
>Moat PewPew
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>>61317833
>let's appreciate that this thing flew for probably 6 hours inside Russia without being shot down
Appreciate that it was not detected at all until it was visibly diving on its target. There appears to be no air traffic control at all over vatnikstan airspace.

> *implications intensify*
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>>61318996
You people…just…look at the CALENDAR. The video was posted YESTERDAY! Come the FUCK on!
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>>61317092
this. People take away the wrong lessons from the conflict the main one being mainly that Russia is incompetent
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>>61318996
Some of Russia's more far flung areas are dependent on small cargo planes, much like Alaska. I can easily imagine a simple spoofing system fooling bored air traffic controllers in bumfuck until it was too late and getting a hit in the confusion. In the coming months we'll have to see if they'll shape up security protocol making it harder for something like this to happen again.
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>>61318802
The fact it happened at all is indefensible. How the fuck is it not intercepted, a plane flies out of Ukraine into Russia and they don't scramble jets? Did they not shoot it down because it wasn't a civilian airline or their own plane?
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>>61319233
lots of ways, a small slow flying aircraft that flies close to the ground and resembles hundreds of other bush planes can slip past the radar and I wouldn't be surprised if there were test runs for weeks or even months before this
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>>61317784
>>61317790
>>61317830

I think the clankening is a big reason why /k/ is generally pro-Ukrainian, aside from russian shills being mentally ill discord trannies even when there's not a war on.

At the end of the day, donning makeshift armor and medieval weapons, and going out to fight the government and the entire police force with sticks and stones for your rights, is incredibly fucking based.

And also know russians would never do that, since they're spineless worms who are addicted to autocrat boot polish.
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>>61319195
>bored air traffic controllers
do air traffic controllers have any roll in air defense in any country?
is there some contingency procedure that ATC falls in to once a state of war exists?
I could imagine a rural airport getting an unresponsive contact and not immediately hitting the panic button in most circumstances
who would they even contact and would ATC even have the ability/equipment to make an "incoming" call?
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Why doesn't Russia have air defense near its important war assets?
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>>61316673
stupid Ruzzian's didn't shoot down a random civilian plane 1000+km inside it's countries
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>>61317198
After the dildo grenades nothing surprises me anymore.
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>>61319068
say it three times and the Ghost of Beetlejuice will appear to (You) in a dream.
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>>61319282
It's literally the key fucking difference between the two sides - one country has a population who was willing to die for freedoms that we enjoy, the other is not. Which is why I can't take people seriously who say "But what can ordinary Russians do? If they stand up they might die!"

No shit. A hundred Ukrainians literally fucking did, and fuck knows how many injured.
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>>61319233
Bro…look up April 1st…
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>>61319482
>Which is why I can't take people seriously who say "But what can ordinary Russians do? If they stand up they might die!"
Russians are literally built different mentally. They believe no matter what it isn't Putin that is at fault, but the corrupt boyars around him. If only they could warn Putin of the problems on the ground that are kept hidden from him, things would be solved quickly.

To ask them to revolt would be like asking Americans to go burn down the Statue of Liberty.
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>>61319338
I was just watching some videos on aircraft "incidents." at least in the US if you enter their airspace and aren't in contact or go radio silent ever you get to meet some nice F-16s. Especially in the latter situation it seems to be more of a "hey bud, you okay?" sorta deal, but I wouldn't be surprised if there wasn't a missile ready for you just in case.
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>>61319502
>Russians are literally built different mentally.
I've come to the conclusion that it's not that they're built different as such, it's that they've basically had a centuries long eugenics project that has culled almost all Russians that might have the spine to try and do something so they're left with a gene pool of cucks.
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>>61319503
but you don't need a radio to fly certain aircraft or in certain situations though, right?
like an ultra light or hang glider
or if you are low enough I would be it's pretty easy to be written off as noise/birds

I also imagine ruski ATC isn't exactly at the same level of readiness
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>>61319282
/k/ wasn’t for any side, the war was mostly just entertainment. If anything it was pro-separatist. All anti-Russian sentiment was literally because of Armatard and unrelated to the war. /k/ was NOT flooded by war tourists, Redditors and /pol/ losers. No one was doing ritual shitposts, no one was getting banned for being pro- or anti- anyone.
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Y'all know Russia have hundreds of air worthy AN-2 ready to go right? You fucked around and are about to find out
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>>61317840
Just a based moderate
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>>61319523
It was a channel on commercial aviation so I'm not sure. I think it has more to do with altitude and proximity to certain locations than size though, and I'd imagine if you've got engines, a radio and transponder would be required.

>or if you are low enough I would be it's pretty easy to be written off as noise/birds
Stall speed on these has to be too high for a bird and the signature would still be massive comparatively. A plane like that wouldn't be invisible if it were in radar range and above the terrain but it could be overlooked.

Nape of the Earth flying would get you around radar but could cause some (solvable) issues with remote navigation before terminal. I doubt anyone would call the cops even if they had a phone, so this and it being too small to care about is probably a large part of what happened.

>I also imagine ruski ATC isn't exactly at the same level of readiness
I'm not even prepared to credit all of them with being sober, so... Also, let's not forget the Kursk submarine incident; Russian comms being fucky even in the military isn't new, I can't imagine their civilians are better.
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>>61319502
>If only they could warn Putin of the problems on the ground that are kept hidden from him, things would be solved quickly.
Putin will legit call it a lie and send the people who told him to the next meat wave.
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>>61319482

What you have to understand about Russians is that as many as 80% are depolitised and just look after themselves. They were promised a Singapore situation where their life would improve if they only gave up their democratic freedoms. This worked for a while but it's blown up in their faces due to Putin's megalomania and his mafia looting everything not nailed down. Another fact was that the most dedicated anti-government resistants were kicked out the country during the soviet period and never returned.

Now they stay cowed because if they ever wised up they'd have to face the fact that they sold out their only chance at democracy for want of gucci loafers. The epitaph of the German resistance was:

>You did not bear the shame. You resisted .. by sacrificing your impassioned lives for freedom, justice and honour"

There might be AT MOST half a % of Russians that applies to.
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>>61319525
Everyone called the separatists as being useful idiots controlled by Russian glowies. You're conflating /k/ thinking Motorola and Givi were entertaining with supporting their position. /k/ was solidly pro-clanker.
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>>61319797
Sounds about right. Good god that pic kek
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>>61317170
It’s literally an explosive device how non-weaponous can it be
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>>61316538

That thing with picrelated on passanger seat is my new favorite first strike weapon. It is likely to be not detected or underestimated as a threat and take down Russian leadership with a football and C&C center of russian NORAD, whatever they call it. While russian will be in shock and disbelieve scrolling their telegrams, Tridents will start raining on their silos and nuclear torpedoes taking out their subs. Nuclear war was questionably winnabe, with this kind of shit and curcumstanses (hostile UAV flying around without being news and causing any kind of attention) it is certainly winnable.
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>>61316538
>they gmoded a plane with c4 and flew it into russians
Deargod if they glue a nuke to the cessna itl be all over...
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>>61319891
I love this "hybrid war" shit.
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>>61319503
Ex-maint guy who spent a lot of time drinking with fighter pilots offbase. There absolutely is a missile ready. Several of them, in fact. They just don't paint the plane with the guidance RADAR until they've done their best to contact the pilot. Then the plane has some more time to react once they >do< light it up before they drop into a firing position. Shit was a lot more relaxed before 9/11, but even in central California my base still flew multiple intercept missions a year for planes that went dark and started wandering too close to the restricted area.
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>>61316789
>Ukies can field a whole fleet of jihad planes for the price of a single missile
shells cost even less but Gayrapeans still cra not able to produce them
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>>61319431
Will prime Winona also be present?
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>>61316645
>Tampa Cessna 172 crash
Holy shit, what a blast from the past. This kid was in my German class.
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>>61319534
Russia's been redeeming Shaheeds for a while now saar, AN-2s won't be any harder for Ukrainian Gepard and AAA Technicals to shoot down than those.
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>>61316538
>Mom give me Tomahawks to have a medium range strike capabilities
>Don't worry we have a weapon with medium range strike capabilities at home
>weapon with a medium range strike capabilities at home:
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>>61319797
Russians have always been fucked, sadly for them. After the collapse of the USSR things were hard but then from the mid-90s to the early 00s the natives were getting somewhat restless in their newfound freedom as they had seen what places like Poland and the Czech Republic were getting up to and despite the economic clusterfuck other things in Russia WERE improving - not to anything approaching a first-world standard given the hole they were digging themselves out of, but improving nonetheless. They were starting to sprout independent media outlets and look critically at some centuries-old sacred cows and then Putin came to power with the apartment bombings in his pocket and pretty soon it became clear that anyone especially inconvenient would end up inconvenienced themselves and if they persisted would end up dead - Litvinenko, Yushenkov, Nemtsov, Politovskaya, etc.

Yeltsin was a drunk and a crook who presided over catastrophic economic failure and appointed the current font of Russia's troubles but he managed to stop things from worse than they could have been and at least he was bright enough to recognize that Soviet Union was dead and it should stay that way. He was in an impossible position between the emerging liberals and the hardliners who felt that Stalin had been on to something and he managed to fumble through it without causing a nuclear war.
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>>61316836
Russians lie about everything and this extends to their parades.
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>>61316789
>A fucking patriot missile costs over a mil, are you telling me Ukies can field a whole fleet of jihad planes for the price of a single missile?
What a retarded fucking comparison? Shahed costs 200k, Patriot missile costs >1 mil and Shahed gets shot down by VAMPIRE(that costs 40k or Gepard that costs 1k)
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>>61318711
Is it possible to learn this power?
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>>61319797
>April 2024
>Tranny Zegro is finally figuring out Monke doesn't care about him
LMAOOOOOO
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>>61317491
Cruise missiles generally don't use rocket motors, they're either using jets or turbofans. The rocket motor is just a first stage booster, if it exists.
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>>61319534
yes they where talking about doing that mid 2022 so it's only been about one and a half years since then but we haven't seen any of them used.
me thinks that perhaps some enterprising fellow made off with the funds for greener pastures and no windows to fall trough
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>>61319525
I liked guys like Givi and Motorola for being funny retards in a war zone
Just as I liked the clankers sticking it to homo and burning down a APC that tried to and failed to ram it's way trough the fucking wall they build across a 6 or 8 lane road

The main difference being that Givi and Moto got murdered by russian glowies for not falling in line. The ukies didn't glowy their clankers.
The russian powers that be hate the kind of people I like so fuck em.
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>>61319233
A new paradigm in stealth technology.
There was that time back during the Cold War when some absolute madman flew a light aircraft straight to Moscow and landed on the Red Square.
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>>61319525
>All anti-Russian sentiment was literally because of Armatard and unrelated to the war

the russian shilling was ongoing long before Armatard and was first highly noticeable in 2014 during the war. This was when proofs, vatnik and beetposting made the linguistic jump from KC/int/ to /k/

I remember distinctly the obvious poorly written MH 17 slide threads being my first experience with Russian shilling.
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>>61319501
>Bro…look up April 1st…
and retard? there are pictures of the impact
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>>61321228
Russians take April Fools Day jokes too far.
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>>61319501
Kill yourself
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>>61320319
>The main difference being that Givi and Moto got murdered by russian glowies for not falling in line
Difference being that Givi and Motorola were human sized pieces of shit who didn't give a shit about a country and just saw opportunity to steal as much as possible and becoming warlords. One good things Russian do is killing all their pawns
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>>61320099
not from an Anglo
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>>61319282
>>61319482
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>>61321777
Trips confirm, now we just need Lend-Lease back up and running.
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>>61320103
>he's still trying it
your retarded mongoloid ass has been btfo in the other thread already.
settle down, ziggie
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>>61316555
You would prefer
>something happened
>no I won't tell you what, you're supposed to already know
Like 90% of idiotic war spam for the last 2 years.
I for one applaud OP for providing a link to the story for those of us who don't live on /k/ nor get official daily briefings at our day jobs in Eglin
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>>61321777
Based
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>>61322220
Go back to telegram, hes right fag
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>>61322220
You have to go back, you gigantic cum-malodorous cuck.
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>>61322220
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Test
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>>61316553
>>61321896
>>61320103
It funny that you mention comrade. It was I, John Kennedy from Novascotia oblast who made that video. If you look close all flames made out of le trolling faces. You all got trolled like cock in anus. Faggot americans. You probably enjoy it. The thick throbbing feeling when man make mansauce inside you
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>>61317151
>pinyata full white phosphorus
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>>61320044
I think you're downplaying how bad the 90s in Russia were, and that is an important reason why Russians stick with Putin. But the catch is that Putin is also a product of the 90s as a kind of mafia boss in charge of a mafia state. You gotta remember the West supported Putin too in the beginning. The state unraveled so mobsters and other assorted "frozen-out" rough boys became the way to get anything done, and there was always a "guy" in your neighborhood who'd resolve things, and Putin became "the guy" for the whole country, so Russia could go on resembling something that looks like one. The separatist /k/ino from 2015 and is less about long-dead totalitarian ideologies but private military companies recruiting desperados, dead enders and convicts fomenting wars for the money of mafia state operators.

>>61319797
>Now they stay cowed because if they ever wised up they'd have to face the fact that they sold out their only chance at democracy for want of gucci loafers.
Think of a nation of Carmela Sopranos. They're a traumatized population which needs therapy:
https://youtu.be/bzVeLjj6Ao8
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>>61322407
fucking John
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>>61318686
>building says Geron
>look like it is Geroff instead
funny soviet double think
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>>61319501
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>>61318655
it was released april 2nd. are you talking american timezones? the war is in ukraine.
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>>61321228
>>61321251
We get it. It happened on April fool's day

Russia is the joke
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>>61322579
>Brigada
insane how the majority of russians identified themselves with criminal bydlo characters, same as the bumer movie.
those russian crime dramas were basically copies of american movies such as the godfather, scarface, carlito's way, etc. and they inspired the same live-fast-die-young nigger mentality as the american ones did on their young and directionless poors. additionally movies about prison culture and meatwave bataillons are also very popular in russia. pic related is sort of the russian band of brothers. very popular in russia and certain parts of the other former sovshit republics.
there's a reason why wagner never had problems with recruiting from an endless seeming pool of prisoners and other retards to send them directly to their deaths. it's one of the highly honored (modern) russian traditions, a ww2 death cult basically
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>>61317491
>prop driven cruise missile
Gentlemen, it's time to go supersonic.
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>>61322778
The platonic ideal of non-stealth.
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>>61322579
If by therapy you mean napalm then I agree.
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>>61322725
>it's one of the highly honored (modern) russian traditions, a ww2 death cult basically
Yeah, nah cunt.
Russia proper and criminality goes straight back to the mongols. The first step to unwrapping the mystery and uncasing the enigma within has always been that they've been cosa nostra gang banging detritus since the horsemen drove the vikings out.
It's NOT a modern phenomenon, it's deep within Moscow's bones.
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>>61322778
Oh my dear god this plane gives me a hard on
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>>61316744
>only costs $80k.
It's actually $60k... I remember them costing $32K locally a few years ago
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>>61322778
A bit loud isn't it?
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>>61316836
>second year of
It's actually third year, my calendar challenged friend
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>>61322840
HUH?
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>>61317776
There's a bit refinery in Omsk, it needs to be droned
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>>61322876
noted
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>>61322876
Helldivers deployed, locate objective within your area.
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>>61316538
Unless Putin ground all the GA planes to the ground these things will happen again. Can't force every GA boomer to submit IFR plans so that they don"t get shot by their retarded air defense crews seeing a pixel on their radar.
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https://twitter.com/revishvilig/status/1775559619764490706
https://twitter.com/Maks_NAFO_FELLA/status/1775563077246652746
Another one.
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>>61323009
Why are they helping Russia to starve the developing world?!? Are they stupid
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>>61323058
Anon, if there's one thing that can still unite Ukraine, Russia and NATO all together, it's not giving a single fuck about starving niggers.
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>>61323058
That's actually fuel storage burning, the grain terminal is just nearby (may or may not also take damage, we'll see).
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>>61322875
WHAT!?
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>>61321899
>for those of us who don't live on /k/ nor get official daily briefings at our day jobs

100% a you issue. Get fucked.
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>>61322226
need a bring up the list of Ukrops very blatantly lying? 15 su-34's down yet zero proof, the whole pow shoot down incident, Aozv and Yamal, 50 more in just this year.
"oh but here's a quote from some Russian guy saying the Soviet government lies that totally proves my point"
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>>61322876
>>61322876
Not the next target. The best part of this to me, I warned Russians of the opera house attack on their gen an hour before. They called me schizo deleted half my posts.

Came back a day later told them they were warned they denied i was ever there. Then started moving the goal posts back on what I had said

Then I warned them of the car bombing in occupied areas of an official/Leo, then of this attack.

They called me schizo. Omsk isn't next. There are about a dozen spots and it's target of opp land. Maybe something changes but they are trying to make a point to Russians no where is safe. The farther out they go or closer to Moscow they get the better. Also it wasn't a cessna. Maybe 2 days until next boom
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>>61317491
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kettering_Bug
Always has been.
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>>61323310
>Blatantly lying, use a term used by thirdies and shills.
I wonder how brown you are
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>>61323293
>Scrambled eggs all over my face, what is a boy to do
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>>61323382
Also
I'm just a regular person. I just go to places where Ukrainians are at talking and it's just there. I thought at first I was being fucked with but no they just kind of talk.
You all can warn them of attacks they won't listen. Ukrainians are targeting anything technical dealing with energy. They want to get close to Moscow or far east. They are also going after cargo/amphibious/landing boats or whatever Russians call the haulers now. The insurgents want to kill off fsb agents posing as elected officials.
Go on warn Russians. Going by probability they will hit 2 of these 3 in the next 7 days.
Cap it
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>>61323441
Is Gerasimov OK?
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>>61323451
I don't know. I'm just a regular American. I can ask but I can't guarantee they know or will give a correct answer. They just kind of say things to each other. Russians are kind of stupid. I was actually trying to be a decent person with the opera house warning. Then I noticed Russians are brainwashed.
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>2024
>Year 3 of the the three week operation
>Russia's air defense is in such a state that using North Korean volunteers in Po-2s as air defense over major industrial targets is a legitimate option
>They probably can't afford to hire Yak-18
>The absolute state of clown world

Fun note: If they had them Ukraine should be using Po-2s as AD, on a dive they can intercept a Shasneed and rigging up a the bomb rack with a external fuel tank for extended loitering should be easy.

You'd have to paint them blue and yellow and rig them with LED lights to avoid friendly fire but that should be easy. You could reskin them with transparent fabric and put lights inside them to outline them for night time IFF over cities.
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>>61323487
Russians have holes in their radar because their awacs got blown up. With line of site issues Ukrainians can pour in low in places.
The clowns just started getting out of the car
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>>61323487
Just put an autopilot in the biplane and now you have another cruise missile.
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prop-driven missiles have their place in warfare, but they have to be cheap-ish and small-ish.
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>>61316538

By far the most formidable and consequential way to deliver mid size nuclear warhead since ICBM invention. Tried to start a new thread on new possibilities for global nuclear showtime caused by its abilities, but deleted it all accidentally. Fuck it.

Also, Alabuga is hiring.
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>>61322856
>It's actually third year, my calendar challenged friend
Reading this, and checking the date, it dawned on me, and my calendar challenge was overcome. We have indeed entered the third.
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>>61319349
Why would there be? There is no war, only a Special Military Operation.
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>>61323542
The loitering time, rate of climb, and hovering abilities of a Po-2 would be be better used to defend against prop drones instead of using them as a weapon, also it is so primitive a autopilot would cost more than the plane. Not to mention the basic ground tracking radar, LCDs and FLIR the DPRK put in their biplanes cost more than the plane as well. They could easily bounce a Cessna, no one really knows how many they have but they can make them pretty quickly. You'd need at least 3 on call over a target so figure at least 12 per refinery/city/factory, that should be workable. You could even use them to search for sea drones.

>Tfw a injured North Korean Night Witch in a leather flight suit will never crash land on your farm and hold you hostage for weeks on end forcing you to take care of her at pistol point......
>She thinks it's her you are getting a weird boner over when she points the 14+1 double stacked Tokerov at your face.....
>You just can't get that gun out of your head....

Sigh......
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>>61319429
after the what now??
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>>61319525
na /k/ was pro clank. Nobody supported the dictator, it was a meme dream.

the separates enjoyed just had the kinda support like pringles does.

( god i wish he would have survived and written a book while doing his africorps campaign )
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>>61319502
>To ask them to revolt would be like asking Americans to go burn down the Statue of Liberty.
A lot of Americans probably would if they had any sort of incentive to.
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>>61323952
>double stack tok
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>>61322778
>we could make every single autismo in the Moscow oblast screech with one of these
Sounds based, fund it
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>>61323992
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>>61324515
>The ass is in the ass but the ass is a Putin dildo.
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>>61322820
The enemy can't communicate your position if noone can hear them.
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>>61319233
just buy the plane locally, modify in some babushkas sched, fill with explosives and launch from abandoned supermarket parking lot 10km from target? There must be thousands Ukrainian glowies operating inside Russia right now.
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>>61316538
Forget Boris Johnsons, NATO/Ukrainian Bio-labs are cloning Matthias Rust now.
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>>61325646
>>61319259
Anons, there is basically zero general aviation activity in Russia.
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>>61323952
>also it is so primitive a autopilot would cost more than the plane.
The most expensive part of this is the motors to drive the controls. Literal ardupilot would suffice.
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>>61318353
I know these aircraft are easy to fly but they are ugly as sin
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>>61327374
Powering the stepping motors for a guidance system would be issue, a basic Po-2 has no electrical generation ability. It doesn't have a battery it uses a magneto to spark the engine.
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>>61328991
put a small Honda generator in the cockpit area.
bingo, bango.
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>The Po-2 is also the only biplane credited with a documented jet-kill, as one Lockheed F-94 Starfire was lost while slowing down to 161 km/h (100 mph) – below its stall speed – during an intercept in order to engage the low flying Po-2.
Po-2 chads...I kneel
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>>61316676
it was actually a beechcraft bonanza
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https://twitter.com/Maks_NAFO_FELLA/status/1775879462090949117
What kind of payload did they use here? TZD.
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When will the next smack right between the buns happen?
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>>61329820
May 9th I hope
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>>61323293
They hit another one.
https://twitter.com/Maks_NAFO_FELLA/status/1775903295179014317
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>>61329820
It's here just now.
https://twitter.com/Maks_NAFO_FELLA/status/1775903295179014317
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>>61330106
I swear, I am away for just a few hours, only to come back to another burning wreck, to use the now famous quote, what air defense doing?
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The browns just arrived to /uhg/, expect them here in a few min.
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>>61331247
Humiliation ritual.
>>61331429
>Add oil
Poojeet, I have bad news.
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>>61331429
>add oil
What was meant by this?
No, really, what the fuck does it mean
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>>61331541
Poojeet is requesting payment for his shilling services. Unfortunately, oil is no longer a commodity Meester Putin Sar can spare.
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>>61316538

why aren't they dropping 2000lb/1000lb/500lb bombs from things like this?

some will get shot down... a lot won't. could just carpet bomb mobik positions.
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>>61331761
More efficient to use them on facilities inside Russia. They can already kill shitloads of mobiks, and the front is where most of Russia's AD is.
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>>61324948
Silence and deafening loudness both mean you can't hear anything.
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>>61331761
Payload. Those ultralights only have a few hundred pounds to spare. Which is more than most missiles, but a shitload less than a "real" plane. The earliest bombers had similar performance envelopes (albeit vastly shittier engines) and were limited to a handful of 25lb bombs. Even with modern explosives and fuzing technology, an external 500lb bomb would be completely impractical. It adds drag, requires the airframe to be reinforced, needs a release mechanism and some level of ballistics computer, increases the complexity of the autopilot, and halves the range because it needs enough fuel to get back. You're looking at heavy modifications to the plane (which defeats the point of a system like this).
Compare that to just sitting a hundred pounds of guidance and control gear and 400lb of high explosives in the existing plane, slapping it very politely on the ass and sending if off to go give a refinery a hug.
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>>61330106
Make a thread for it when there's less Ukraine threads on the catalog.
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>>61320027
Did he look like the school shooter type, or just plain autistic?
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This is the future of modern warfare, isn't it? Once all the expensive hi-tech goodies are used up in the opening months of war and the ground fight locks into a stalemate due to 24/7 surveillance preventing any sort of useful build up of force, it just becomes one painful, bizarre and prolonged episode of non-nuclear MAD as each side throw low-tech propeller-driven cruise missiles at critical infrastructure until civilization collapses.

The technological developments in this war are going to cast their shadow over the rest of this century. It's going to be interesting to see how this effects things.
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>>61337054
Just blow up the stupid dam if you're worried about Pooh, America. You know what I'm referring to.
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>>61316673
> russia is such a paper tiger
wait until you realize that EVERYONE is a paper tiger
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>>61316538
Planespotting is going to become a hell of a lot more important now, no body in this thread probably needs this but here
https://youtu.be/iGdJCENreDY?si=7HbIkmEkxZdGnNE5
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>>61319609
In the US you do not need a transponder or radio unless you fly in certain classes of airspace, With the class of airspace typically being g, no transponder required, and going up around airports, cities and military facilities.

And even if the transponder was on (adsb in the states) there would be no need to file a flight path. This would be identical to any general avation VFR flight, unless they saw it crossing the border. That usually requires radio contact. Even that can be pretty lax in the US, if you fly in from Canada, you just say where you are coming from and they will have you park and wait for customs when you land. I don't think you would get intercepted if you didn't radio crossing the border, now I want to check on that.
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>>61322778
I got to see her in the flesh just the other day, real beauty, though the XB-70 in the room took most of the spotlight.
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>>61319388
>plane takes off normally from within your own borders, is hijacked after its in the air, and flown a relatively short distance to its target
vs
>plane takes off from COUNTRY YOU ARE ACTIVELY AT WAR WITH, flies over your borders, and 1000+ km unimpeded towards its target

these scenarios are indistinguishable to Russians minds
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>>61316698
Its a lot harder to get your hands on an airliner
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>>61317491
My brain wants to say that missiles have to be rocket/jet powered(yes I know any projectile is technically a missile, shut up). Anything prop driven would range from Suicide Drones to Airborne-VBIEDs. I would lean towards the latter in this case.
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>>61319525
>/k/ wasn’t for any side, the war was mostly just entertainment. If anything it was pro-separatist.
>/k/ was NOT flooded by war tourists, Redditors and /pol/ losers.
ask me how I know you're new
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>>61321186
>female spurdo
unironically would.
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>>61319259
Hiding in ground clutter doesn't work against modern radar. So that's probably what they did.
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Am i the only person who thinks that it is hilarious that air war has gone full circle so far that the one nation best suited to deal with the latest, most modern paradigm is North Korea? They would be blasting things like this and sneeds out of the sky left and right.
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>>61316789
Relatively smart slavs fighting relatively dumb slavs & their chinky churka slaves.
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>>61317069
>God I love to see Russians running in fear.
Legitimately every time I see a video of some Russian civvie crying when Russia gets hit I wish the cunt crying in the video had been killed.
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>>61331541
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Add_oil
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>>61342608
maybe stop posting like a fucking retard
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why arent we just putting these remote controlled modules into old MiG-21 and hurling them at 2000kmh with all the explosives they can carry?
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>>61321186
Hot fuck that's a good meme
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>>61343146
>MiG-21
>2000km
trisomicbro...
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>year 2 of the us invasion of mexico
>mexico has attacked lockheed by sending a piper cub packed with explosives into the skunkworks
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>>61316645
>Tampa Cessna 172 crash
This made me laugh my ass off at the time
>a 767 weighing 100 tons doing mach 0.8 can knock down a tower so a Cessna 172 can too
Complete fucking retard
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>>61316645
>3 deaths in total, 2 of which are the pilots.
You know, I've sometimes wondered why a Muslim cell never decided to just rent some private planes to cut out the hijacking workload, but this aptly explains it.
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>>61316538
>license-built Nakajima Ki-115 made in Ukraine when?
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>>61342625
based



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