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#14861 Simon Tan

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Posted 17 June 2019 - 0355 AM

I do not think so. NERA requires very specific materials in specific arrangements. Many will like to believe that Soviet tech is monkey grade but it was all very highly engineered and mathematically precise. Can NII Stalii provide a blueeprint for the Syrians? Yes. Can the Syrians produce it? No. 


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Posted 17 June 2019 - 0415 AM

I would have thought that fabricating BDD or Enigma style blocks would be within their capability. Making good HSS is not, but that can be imported as plate and cut to size locally.


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Posted 17 June 2019 - 0736 AM

I do not think so. NERA requires very specific materials in specific arrangements. Many will like to believe that Soviet tech is monkey grade but it was all very highly engineered and mathematically precise. Can NII Stalii provide a blueeprint for the Syrians? Yes. Can the Syrians produce it? No. 

 

 

I would have thought that fabricating BDD or Enigma style blocks would be within their capability. Making good HSS is not, but that can be imported as plate and cut to size locally.

 

Yup. just import the old armour pieces form Russia and weld them on the local T-62 and -55. same with Kontakt blocks. the mounting points should be doable locally in Syria and then put imported kontakt boxes on these. Even kontakt-1 would be great help against all the RPGs in use.


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#14864 Gavin-Phillips

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Posted 17 June 2019 - 1600 PM

 

I do not think so. NERA requires very specific materials in specific arrangements. Many will like to believe that Soviet tech is monkey grade but it was all very highly engineered and mathematically precise. Can NII Stalii provide a blueeprint for the Syrians? Yes. Can the Syrians produce it? No. 

 

 

I would have thought that fabricating BDD or Enigma style blocks would be within their capability. Making good HSS is not, but that can be imported as plate and cut to size locally.

 

Yup. just import the old armour pieces form Russia and weld them on the local T-62 and -55. same with Kontakt blocks. the mounting points should be doable locally in Syria and then put imported kontakt boxes on these. Even kontakt-1 would be great help against all the RPGs in use.

 

 

Might not be so effective against any of the newer RPG warheads or disposable RPG types that could be in use.  But at least it would add resistance to the older stuff anyway.


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Posted 19 June 2019 - 0428 AM

BDD kits from Rus come with a T-62M.


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Posted 19 June 2019 - 0659 AM

 

 

I do not think so. NERA requires very specific materials in specific arrangements. Many will like to believe that Soviet tech is monkey grade but it was all very highly engineered and mathematically precise. Can NII Stalii provide a blueeprint for the Syrians? Yes. Can the Syrians produce it? No. 

 

 

I would have thought that fabricating BDD or Enigma style blocks would be within their capability. Making good HSS is not, but that can be imported as plate and cut to size locally.

 

Yup. just import the old armour pieces form Russia and weld them on the local T-62 and -55. same with Kontakt blocks. the mounting points should be doable locally in Syria and then put imported kontakt boxes on these. Even kontakt-1 would be great help against all the RPGs in use.

 

 

Might not be so effective against any of the newer RPG warheads or disposable RPG types that could be in use.  But at least it would add resistance to the older stuff anyway.

 

 

Hence the case for NERA.


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Posted 21 June 2019 - 0138 AM

Nov 2015 - Rus helicopters at work


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Posted 22 June 2019 - 0315 AM

'China grants 100 buses to Syria in contribution to enhancing transport sector'

https://www.sana.sy/en/?p=168016


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