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Odlično, daj link da vidimo rusku i ukrajinsku proizvodnju dronova

Pošto znam da ciljaš na FPV, Rusija je prema neutralnim izvorima na 300.000 mesečno, odnosno 3,5 miliona godišnje
https://bulgarianmilitary.com/2024/...onthly-trains-5200-operators/#google_vignette

Sad ti postavi onaj čuveni link da bi Ukrajina MOGLA da napravi 2M godišnje AKO se ispune određeni uslovi pa je to opet duplo više

O ozbiljnijim dronovima da i ne govorimo

Živiš u maštariji i teškoj iluziji da zemlja koja je u ratu i pod svakodnevnim bombardovanjem može da se takmiči u proizvodnji sa zemljom koja ima praktično neograničene resurse
 

Ex-Pentagon Electronic Warfare Specialist Highlights Implications of Russia’s EW Advantage

Following a growing number of reports from a range of Western sources highlighting the game changing impacts of advanced Russian electronic warfare (EW) capabilities in its ongoing effort in Ukraine, EMP Task Force scholar and former U.S. Department of Defence officer David T. Pyne has provided further insight into prevailing evaluations of Russia’s capabilities. "Russia has the most capable electronic warfare systems in the world with the longest range and most powerful GPS and radio frequency jammers of any nation," he stated, adding that he had been impressed by "the speed at which Russian long range jammers have been able to adapt to jamming new U.S. and NATO weapon systems that have been introduced into the conflict." Russian electronic warfare systems "have proven effective at causing 90% of guided missile and drone systems supplied by the U.S. to Ukraine to miss their target, most importantly HIMARS,” he stated, adding that Russian GPS jammers "will likely prove increasingly effective against the recently supplied extended range U.S. ATACMS missiles as well." Pyne elaborated that Russian jamming systems were likely to be "proving increasingly effective against U.S. supplied Ukrainian air defence systems including Patriot and Hawk missiles enabling Russia to increase its air superiority over Ukraine,” stressing that this air superiority was contributing significantly to major Russian advances across several areas of the front.

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Russian Defence Ministry reports have since the disintegration of the Soviet Union consistently highlighted the importance of electronic warfare, which has provided an asymmetric means of countering conventionally superior forces to compensate for the loss of parity with NATO in a wide range of areas. In the Ukrainian theatre, however, electronic warfare superiority is paired with vast conventional superiority over the Ukrainian Armed Forces, fuelling speculation that Russia has conserved many of its top end EW capabilities to prevent them being studied by Ukraine’s Western supporters. Pyne’s assessment follows the release of a publication by the Washington Post, which cited Ukrainian officials to highlight that the United States had completely ceased deliveries of Excalibur guided artillery shells for the past six months after Russian electronic warfare systems had rendered them ineffective. It concluded that against Russian electronic warfare systems “the Excalibur technology in existing versions has lost its potential.” Regarding the HIMARS system, a senior Ukrainian military official lamented regarding its declining effectiveness that in 2023 “everything ended: the Russians deployed electronic warfare, disabled satellite signals, and HIMARS became completely ineffective.” The Washington Post’s report follows revelations three weeks prior by U.S., British, and Ukrainian sources that HIMARS in particular had become “increasingly less effective” due to Russian electronic warfare capabilities.

Russian electronic warfare systems have also seriously disrupted Ukrainian forces’ ability to coordinate, collect intelligence and launch drone attacks, most prominently through the disruption of Starlink internet capabilities provided by the Pentagon. Speaking to the New York Times Ukrainian officials, soldiers and electronic warfare specialists reported that this was a major facilitator of recent Russian advances, with a deputy commander from the Ukrainian Army 92nd Assault Brigade’s drone battalion observing: “We’re losing the electronic warfare fight… One day before the attacks, it [Starlink] just shut down. It became super, super slow.” “We needed to be fast in communicating,” another drone operator said, lamenting that the loss of Starlink connectivity “made everything more complicated” and “time-consuming.” The New York Times concluded that this disruption “could mark a tactical shift in the conflict” due to “Ukraine’s vulnerability and dependence on the service.” This also raised “broader questions about Starlink’s reliability against a technically sophisticated adversary.”

https://militarywatchmagazine.com/article/ew-russia-advantage-implications


Russia is just playing with Ukraine in essence. The West has deluded itself into thinking Russia considers this a war when it is in effect just a special military operation if you look at the reality on the ground.

 
Ukrajinski dronovi haraju po ruskim pomorskim bazama uništavajući ono što je ostalo od brodova


u oćajanju rusi pokušavaju na sve načine da to spreče, stalnim patrolama helihoptera, zrakoplova, gađaju ih topovima, raketama, mitraljezima... čak su probali i da uz pomoć popova bace anatemu na dronove, ali sve je bezuspješno
 

Ex-Pentagon Electronic Warfare Specialist Highlights Implications of Russia’s EW Advantage

Following a growing number of reports from a range of Western sources highlighting the game changing impacts of advanced Russian electronic warfare (EW) capabilities in its ongoing effort in Ukraine, EMP Task Force scholar and former U.S. Department of Defence officer David T. Pyne has provided further insight into prevailing evaluations of Russia’s capabilities. "Russia has the most capable electronic warfare systems in the world with the longest range and most powerful GPS and radio frequency jammers of any nation," he stated, adding that he had been impressed by "the speed at which Russian long range jammers have been able to adapt to jamming new U.S. and NATO weapon systems that have been introduced into the conflict." Russian electronic warfare systems "have proven effective at causing 90% of guided missile and drone systems supplied by the U.S. to Ukraine to miss their target, most importantly HIMARS,” he stated, adding that Russian GPS jammers "will likely prove increasingly effective against the recently supplied extended range U.S. ATACMS missiles as well." Pyne elaborated that Russian jamming systems were likely to be "proving increasingly effective against U.S. supplied Ukrainian air defence systems including Patriot and Hawk missiles enabling Russia to increase its air superiority over Ukraine,” stressing that this air superiority was contributing significantly to major Russian advances across several areas of the front.

article_66572aca03d112_22220333.jpg


Russian Defence Ministry reports have since the disintegration of the Soviet Union consistently highlighted the importance of electronic warfare, which has provided an asymmetric means of countering conventionally superior forces to compensate for the loss of parity with NATO in a wide range of areas. In the Ukrainian theatre, however, electronic warfare superiority is paired with vast conventional superiority over the Ukrainian Armed Forces, fuelling speculation that Russia has conserved many of its top end EW capabilities to prevent them being studied by Ukraine’s Western supporters. Pyne’s assessment follows the release of a publication by the Washington Post, which cited Ukrainian officials to highlight that the United States had completely ceased deliveries of Excalibur guided artillery shells for the past six months after Russian electronic warfare systems had rendered them ineffective. It concluded that against Russian electronic warfare systems “the Excalibur technology in existing versions has lost its potential.” Regarding the HIMARS system, a senior Ukrainian military official lamented regarding its declining effectiveness that in 2023 “everything ended: the Russians deployed electronic warfare, disabled satellite signals, and HIMARS became completely ineffective.” The Washington Post’s report follows revelations three weeks prior by U.S., British, and Ukrainian sources that HIMARS in particular had become “increasingly less effective” due to Russian electronic warfare capabilities.

Russian electronic warfare systems have also seriously disrupted Ukrainian forces’ ability to coordinate, collect intelligence and launch drone attacks, most prominently through the disruption of Starlink internet capabilities provided by the Pentagon. Speaking to the New York Times Ukrainian officials, soldiers and electronic warfare specialists reported that this was a major facilitator of recent Russian advances, with a deputy commander from the Ukrainian Army 92nd Assault Brigade’s drone battalion observing: “We’re losing the electronic warfare fight… One day before the attacks, it [Starlink] just shut down. It became super, super slow.” “We needed to be fast in communicating,” another drone operator said, lamenting that the loss of Starlink connectivity “made everything more complicated” and “time-consuming.” The New York Times concluded that this disruption “could mark a tactical shift in the conflict” due to “Ukraine’s vulnerability and dependence on the service.” This also raised “broader questions about Starlink’s reliability against a technically sophisticated adversary.”

https://militarywatchmagazine.com/article/ew-russia-advantage-implications


Russia is just playing with Ukraine in essence. The West has deluded itself into thinking Russia considers this a war when it is in effect just a special military operation if you look at the reality on the ground.

Ispipavanje ruske moći. No, bolje da ne bude medu.
 

Ex-Pentagon Electronic Warfare Specialist Highlights Implications of Russia’s EW Advantage

Following a growing number of reports from a range of Western sources highlighting the game changing impacts of advanced Russian electronic warfare (EW) capabilities in its ongoing effort in Ukraine, EMP Task Force scholar and former U.S. Department of Defence officer David T. Pyne has provided further insight into prevailing evaluations of Russia’s capabilities. "Russia has the most capable electronic warfare systems in the world with the longest range and most powerful GPS and radio frequency jammers of any nation," he stated, adding that he had been impressed by "the speed at which Russian long range jammers have been able to adapt to jamming new U.S. and NATO weapon systems that have been introduced into the conflict." Russian electronic warfare systems "have proven effective at causing 90% of guided missile and drone systems supplied by the U.S. to Ukraine to miss their target, most importantly HIMARS,” he stated, adding that Russian GPS jammers "will likely prove increasingly effective against the recently supplied extended range U.S. ATACMS missiles as well." Pyne elaborated that Russian jamming systems were likely to be "proving increasingly effective against U.S. supplied Ukrainian air defence systems including Patriot and Hawk missiles enabling Russia to increase its air superiority over Ukraine,” stressing that this air superiority was contributing significantly to major Russian advances across several areas of the front.

article_66572aca03d112_22220333.jpg


Russian Defence Ministry reports have since the disintegration of the Soviet Union consistently highlighted the importance of electronic warfare, which has provided an asymmetric means of countering conventionally superior forces to compensate for the loss of parity with NATO in a wide range of areas. In the Ukrainian theatre, however, electronic warfare superiority is paired with vast conventional superiority over the Ukrainian Armed Forces, fuelling speculation that Russia has conserved many of its top end EW capabilities to prevent them being studied by Ukraine’s Western supporters. Pyne’s assessment follows the release of a publication by the Washington Post, which cited Ukrainian officials to highlight that the United States had completely ceased deliveries of Excalibur guided artillery shells for the past six months after Russian electronic warfare systems had rendered them ineffective. It concluded that against Russian electronic warfare systems “the Excalibur technology in existing versions has lost its potential.” Regarding the HIMARS system, a senior Ukrainian military official lamented regarding its declining effectiveness that in 2023 “everything ended: the Russians deployed electronic warfare, disabled satellite signals, and HIMARS became completely ineffective.” The Washington Post’s report follows revelations three weeks prior by U.S., British, and Ukrainian sources that HIMARS in particular had become “increasingly less effective” due to Russian electronic warfare capabilities.

Russian electronic warfare systems have also seriously disrupted Ukrainian forces’ ability to coordinate, collect intelligence and launch drone attacks, most prominently through the disruption of Starlink internet capabilities provided by the Pentagon. Speaking to the New York Times Ukrainian officials, soldiers and electronic warfare specialists reported that this was a major facilitator of recent Russian advances, with a deputy commander from the Ukrainian Army 92nd Assault Brigade’s drone battalion observing: “We’re losing the electronic warfare fight… One day before the attacks, it [Starlink] just shut down. It became super, super slow.” “We needed to be fast in communicating,” another drone operator said, lamenting that the loss of Starlink connectivity “made everything more complicated” and “time-consuming.” The New York Times concluded that this disruption “could mark a tactical shift in the conflict” due to “Ukraine’s vulnerability and dependence on the service.” This also raised “broader questions about Starlink’s reliability against a technically sophisticated adversary.”

https://militarywatchmagazine.com/article/ew-russia-advantage-implications


Russia is just playing with Ukraine in essence. The West has deluded itself into thinking Russia considers this a war when it is in effect just a special military operation if you look at the reality on the ground.

Rusija se igra sa životima svojih vojnika u velikim količinama.
Elektronsko ratovanje će biti još zanimljivije kada se počnu koristiti rakete zrak zrak koje koriste protiv radara.
 
"ako dozvoli ukrajini" Znaci do sada su Ukri udarali bez dozvole zapada, znao sam i ranije da da je zapad dobar a Ukri nevaljalci. :lol:
Gluposti.
Uopšte se ne radi od dozvoli, nego o direktnom učešću.
Vampiri su dostavljeni od NATO-a i Ukropi ih koriste za gađanje Belgoroda. Niko ne postavlja pitanje, jer Ukropima za to ne treba asistencija NATO vojnika.
Druga stvar je gađati šedousom ili ATACAMS-om.
Oni se navode satelitski, a Ukrajina nema mogućnost da ih satelitski navodi na ciljeve u Rusiji.
Znači, da bi raketa došla do cilja u Rusiji mora da bude povezana sa NATO ili USA svojim satelitom (Ukrajina nema svoje satelite koji bi mogli da navode SCALP ili ATACAMS raketu dugog dometa), Kažu da bi to bilo direktno učešće NATO pakta u napadu na Rusiju. Neke tipove tih raketa bi morali da ''programiraju'' NATO specijalisti - Ukrajina ih nema.
Pokušao sam ukratko da ti objasnim, mada unapred znam da je nemoguća misija. :mrgreen:
 
Poslednja izmena:
Gori po Rusiji, al’ gori i po EU - Rusija započela uzvratne sabotaže. Čuvaš besnog Klovna - ili mu stavi brnjicu ili preuzmi odgovornost za posledice:
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Nakon niza misterioznih požara i napada na infrastrukturu diljem Europe, sigurnosne službe podigle su razinu pripravnosti zbog opasnosti od novih sabotaža orkestriranih od strane Kremlja.

Europske obavještajne agencije upozorile su svoje vlade da Rusija planira sabotažne operacije diljem Starog kontinenta, da bi destabilizirala Zapad i oslabila potporu Ukrajini.

Zabrinutost zbog hibridnih ruskih napada je postala toliko velika da se o tom pitanju raspravljalo i na summitu ministara vanjskih poslova i obrane u Bruxellesu ovog tjedna s nizozemskim, estonskim i litvanskim sigurnosnim dužnosnicima, koji su upozorili na ranjivosti infrastrukturnih sustava u državama EU.
 
Novo wunderwaffe?

Promijeniće tijek rata?
Да! Немци су ископали огромно складиште Фау-2 (Vergeltungswaffe-2) и очекује се брза предаја Лондона, пардон Москве. Ипак је то осмислио Вернер фон Браун, нацистички, пардон амерички геније.
 
Gori po Rusiji, al’ gori i po EU - Rusija započela uzvratne sabotaže. Čuvaš besnog Klovna - ili mu stavi brnjicu ili preuzmi odgovornost za posledice:
Pogledajte prilog 1556246

Nakon niza misterioznih požara i napada na infrastrukturu diljem Europe, sigurnosne službe podigle su razinu pripravnosti zbog opasnosti od novih sabotaža orkestriranih od strane Kremlja.

Europske obavještajne agencije upozorile su svoje vlade da Rusija planira sabotažne operacije diljem Starog kontinenta, da bi destabilizirala Zapad i oslabila potporu Ukrajini.

Zabrinutost zbog hibridnih ruskih napada je postala toliko velika da se o tom pitanju raspravljalo i na summitu ministara vanjskih poslova i obrane u Bruxellesu ovog tjedna s nizozemskim, estonskim i litvanskim sigurnosnim dužnosnicima, koji su upozorili na ranjivosti infrastrukturnih sustava u državama EU.
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