spiderweb6969 Publish time 18-10-2007 05:32 PM


Debmey Publish time 19-10-2007 03:15 AM

So which is better? Trophy or Iron Fist?
Which one did the IDF adopt?

mentosonline Publish time 19-10-2007 08:24 AM

Sounds like an expensive system though...

Debmey Publish time 19-10-2007 09:47 AM

How much? More expensive than tank?

mentosonline Publish time 19-10-2007 05:41 PM

Israel's secret unmanned aerial vehicle caught on camera

Israel抯new and classified unmanned aerial vehicle has been caught on cameraand exclusively published by Jane抯 Defence Weekly during thehigh-altitude long-endurance UAV抯 maiden flight.
Called the Eitan(Steadfast), the UAV is four times larger than the one currentlyserving with the Israel Air Force and is far superior to anything elseoperated by Israel抯 armed forces.

First reported by Jane抯Defence Weekly in March 2006, there are few details available on thisdevelopment by Israel Aerospace Industries, although it is known tohave a maximum take-off weight of 5,000 kg and 50 hours

Nick_Perelman Publish time 26-10-2007 01:33 AM

Originally posted by Debmey at 19-10-2007 03:15 AM http://forum.cari.com.my/images/common/back.gif
So which is better? Trophy or Iron Fist?
Which one did the IDF adopt?
Iron Fist is more advanced, because it can intercept kinetc energy rounds as well, but Trophy is ready while Iron Fist needs year or two to finish developement. Thats why IDF is bying Trophy now.

Here Trophy installed on Merkava 4:


Nick_Perelman Publish time 26-10-2007 01:51 AM

Hezbollah Kornet launcher captured in village of Rachaf:


spiderweb6969 Publish time 28-10-2007 08:23 AM

October 22, 2007
Mossad breaks silence on lonely life of a real spy
Ben Hoyle, Arts Reporter

Forget Roger Moore抯 jaunty James Bond - the life of a real spy comes at a huge emotional and psychological cost to agents and their families, according to a documentary.

In The Champagne Spy, showing tomorrow at The Times BFI 51st London Film Festival, Israeli secret agents speak openly for the first time about their work and the terrible toll that it had on one man in particular.

Major Ze抏v Gur Arie was a German-born Israeli sent to Egypt in 1961 by Mossad to penetrate the circle of German scientists developing weapons of mass destruction. He adopted the identity of Wolfgang Lotz, an ex-Nazi millionaire and playboy, but he became addicted to the lavish lifestyle and was unable to resume his former identity when his cover was blown.

Jacob Nahmias, his contact in Paris, describes him in the film as 搕he kind of man who could look the angel of death in the eyes, never lower his gaze, invite him to a drink and raise a glass to him. He had nerves of steel.擺/color]

The film is a timely exploration of the intelligence battle between Israel and Egypt. In June Ashraf Marwan, an Egyptian businessman and former security adviser to President Sadat, died after falling five stories from his flat in London. Some claim that he was an Israeli spy and others that he was a double agent. Police are still investigating his death.

Avraham Shalom, one of the senior intelligence officials interviewed in The Champagne Spy, said: 揈spionage is not a profession - it抯 an art form. The danger is not to overdo it.擺/color]

Major Arie did, by marrying a woman he met in Cairo, while his Israeli wife and child were living in Paris. When he was exposed he was tried and jailed for life. He was freed in 1968 but could not readjust. He sank into poverty and ended up working as a salesman in a department store in Munich. He died in 1993.

Nadav Schirman, the film抯 writer and director, says Mossad is showing the film to agents to highlight the problems of undercover work. 揑t抯 known as lochemitis, which I would loosely translate as secret agent-itis. The real life of a spy is terrible. It抯 lonely and the psychological and personal toll is tremendous. They can抰 really be themselves, form real friendships or have an outlet for their emotions. The cost to their families is horrendous.擺/color]

Major Arie抯 son, Oded, recalled that although his father became increasingly distant he still showed flashes of humour. 揌e抎 pick me up from school. We抎 go eat together and go to a movie. I remember we went to see James Bond once

atan Publish time 27-4-2008 07:25 PM

Originally posted by Nick_Perelman at 26-10-2007 01:51 AM http://forum6.cari.com.my/images/common/back.gif
Hezbollah Kornet launcher captured in village of Rachaf:


selalunya peralatan Hizbullah yang dirampas kebanyakan sudah rosak dan tak berfungsi lagi ;P:lol:

alphawolf Publish time 28-4-2008 08:24 AM

Reply #189 atan's post

Weh takkan Kornet pun dah rosak?

HangPC2 Publish time 28-4-2008 11:07 AM

tak kan Kornet Buatan China Kot :lol:pakai buang ?

din_az Publish time 29-8-2008 03:46 PM

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pndai nyer depa buat...

din_az Publish time 29-8-2008 03:47 PM

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Nick_Perelman Publish time 15-6-2010 05:05 PM

Trainings with new "Namer" heavy armor personal carrier:




Nick_Perelman Publish time 15-6-2010 05:10 PM

Namer with automatic cannon, this model is being tested now:


Nick_Perelman Publish time 15-6-2010 05:15 PM

Merkava 2D:


uparmoured version of old Merkava 2.

Nick_Perelman Publish time 15-6-2010 05:18 PM

Merkava 1, given as gift to Czech republic:



Nick_Perelman Publish time 15-6-2010 08:37 PM

Guardium, unmanned patrol vehicle:



niceghost2005 Publish time 21-6-2010 02:56 PM

Guardium, unmanned patrol vehicle:
Nick_Perelman Post at 15-6-2010 20:37 http://mforum.cari.com.my/images/common/back.gif


Malaysian Armed Forces and Police Force should has one of this.

Nick_Perelman Publish time 23-6-2010 08:26 AM


Skylark, battalion level UAV
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