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Post time 19-4-2009 12:04 PM | Show all posts

Balas #60 alphawolf\ catat



tgk sapa yg pandai lak...
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Post time 19-4-2009 01:30 PM | Show all posts

Reply #58 tin's post

45km? laaaaa.... wa ingat tak sampai 45km..mujur lobai tin ada ek.....
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Post time 19-4-2009 01:31 PM | Show all posts
Originally posted by alphawolf at 19-4-2009 09:59
Ular dalam semak?

Aku nak lontarkan satu senario air-to air combat...camne kalau combatants dua2 pakai stealth aircraft?


tu kena bergantung pada visual contact kan?
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Post time 20-4-2009 08:08 AM | Show all posts

Reply #60 alphawolf's post

hahah jd suicidal attack la, langgar jer..
cm kapal selam britain n france y blaggar dlu..
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Post time 20-4-2009 09:59 AM | Show all posts
apa-apapun lepas delivery ni kilang tutup kedaila..


USAF leaders support F-22 shutdown
US Air Force (USAF) leaders have endorsed Secretary of Defense Robert Gates' proposal to end production of the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor air superiority fighter, marking a major policy reversal for the service. In a 12 April opinion editorial in the Washington Post , USAF Secretary Michael Donley and Chief of Staff General Norton Schwartz made their first public statement supporting a proposal in the Department of Defense Fiscal Year 2010 budget request to end the F-22 production line at 187 aircraft

[first posted to http://jdw.janes.com - 16 April 2009]
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Post time 2-7-2009 01:04 PM | Show all posts
U.S.-Japan dance on F-22 continues



by Staff Writers

Tokyo (UPI) Jun 26, 2009


U.S. defense officials are preparing a version of the stealth F-22 Raptor that Japan has expressed strong interest in buying.

While the Department of Defense is working to design an export version of the Raptor, U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, this week sent a letter to Japanese Ambassador the United States Ichiro Fujisaki saying that the F-22 would likely carry a price tag of $290 million.

Japan has made it known it would like to buy 40 F-22s, made by Lockheed Martin and Boeing, so the potential value of the deal is more than $11 billion.

Japan is looking to upgrade its air capabilities, which are anchored by 1970s-era F-4 Phantoms, made by McDonnell Aircraft and Mitsubishi, and F-15 Eagles, which was flew in 1972 after production by Boeing predecessor McDonnell Douglas.

It has taken some time for U.S. and Japanese negotiators to get a deal together for the F-22. And it will take several years of development to get an export version off the ground since there is a large amount of sensitive technology that U.S. officials believe needs protection. Aviation Week estimated it would be 2017 before delivery of the first aircraft to the Japanese air self-defense force.

Japanese defense officials are reportedly looking at other aircraft, including Lockheed's F-35 and the Eurofighter Typhoon, which is manufactured by a consortium of Alenia Aeronautica, BAE Systems and EADS. Neither have all the stealth capabilities of the Raptor, making them substantially less expensive. The Typhoon is estimated to be about $105 million per plane.

"We are still seeking the possibility of acquiring the F-22 but if that does not work out, we will have to consider not just the F-35, but others as options," Japanese Defense Minister Yasukazu Hamada told Kyodo News Agency. "As of today, we still want to seek the F-22."

The Japan Times said the Eurofighter group may be willing to sweeten the Typhoon deal by allowing Japanese manufacturers to take part in building the aircraft.

Inouye's letter is seen as a spotlight to keep attention focused on the F-22, but even with congressional and Japanese interest in a deal, it comes down to a decision by the Obama administration.

The Office of Management and Budget, a White House Cabinet-level office, suggested President Barack Obama turn back budget requests for additional F-22s, which could put a hole in production timelines and force the price to Japan even higher.


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Post time 2-7-2009 03:09 PM | Show all posts
ostolia taknak ke? ataupun all about money....
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Post time 2-7-2009 03:12 PM | Show all posts
Ostolia nak F-35 la....
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Post time 2-7-2009 03:24 PM | Show all posts
rasanya ostolia yang paling kuat mintak F-22 lepas isu F-35 kena titik dengan su-30 dalam simulation.
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Post time 2-7-2009 03:28 PM | Show all posts
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Post time 2-7-2009 03:30 PM | Show all posts

break sound barrier... cantik pulak shape dia...
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Post time 2-7-2009 03:33 PM | Show all posts
70# HangPC2

.. kena lock jugak dlm dogfight....
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Post time 2-7-2009 07:05 PM | Show all posts
aku rasa sukhoi lagi hebat dari f-22 ni
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Post time 2-7-2009 08:32 PM | Show all posts
73# sekngucing


aik..carbike pun dah pandai2 masuk ke zone asing ni? ingatkan cigu2 je yg berani..rupo nya naib presiden pun berani...
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Post time 22-7-2009 08:20 AM | Show all posts
US pon nampaknya tak larat nak beli banyak2 F 22 nih...

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20090721/ts_nm/us_usa_congress_defense;_ylt=AviWbWtW5.qs2rvTiuyxsD0Sq594;_ylu=X3oDMTJxb3RlaGczBGFzc2V0A25tLzIwMDkwNzIxL3VzX3VzYV9jb25ncmVzc19kZWZlbnNlBGNwb3MDMQRwb3MDMQRzZWMDeW5fdG9wX3N0b3JpZXMEc2xrA3Vzc2VuYXRldm90ZQ--
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Post time 22-7-2009 02:50 PM | Show all posts
tgk perang baru us plak baru boleh tgk raptor beraksi....
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Post time 13-8-2009 11:03 AM | Show all posts
http://www.f-16.net/f-16_forum_viewtopic-t-8271.html
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Post time 13-8-2009 12:07 PM | Show all posts
Nice info. Ni 1st time tgk cockpit F-22. Camdoh jer problem dia
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Post time 13-9-2009 01:17 PM | Show all posts
Post Last Edit by belacan79 at 13-9-2009 14:14

Committee agrees to open door to possible F-22 exports

By Megan Scully CongressDaily September 11, 2009

The Senate Appropriations Committee voted unanimously Thursday to approve an fiscal 2010 Defense spending bill that would allow the Defense Department to develop an export version of the radar-evading F-22 Raptor fighter jet.

While the committee bill, if enacted, would not repeal a decade-old law prohibiting foreign sales of the stealthy fighter, it would mark a significant step forward in opening up the Lockheed Martin Corp. jet to U.S. allies just as the plane's domestic production lines are winding down.

"It's a good next step," a Senate aide said of the F-22 provision in the $636.3 billion spending bill.

For years, lawmakers in both chambers have thwarted any effort to sell the F-22 overseas, arguing that exporting the advanced technologies in the fighter jet would pose a significant security risk. But proponents of exporting the plane argue that selling an export model of the F-22, stripped of secret U.S. technologies, would eliminate that risk.

House lawmakers approved a floor amendment to the fiscal 2007 Defense appropriations bill that would lift the ban. But export opponents in the House and Senate eliminated that provision during conference negotiations on the bill.

The Senate's language in the fiscal 2010 bill will likely meet stiff resistance from House appropriators -- especially Appropriations Committee Chairman David Obey, D-Wis., author of the 1998 ban on F-22 exports -- who continue to be concerned about the security implications of selling the F-22 abroad.

While the Senate bill maintains the export ban, it says the Defense Department "may conduct or participate in studies, research, design and other activities to define and develop an export version of the F-22A." The committee report accompanying the bill encourages the Air Force to use F-22 research and development funds to begin work on an export version of the fighter.

The House bill, which was approved in July, continues the ban and does not open the door to developing an exportable version of the fighter.

But the political landscape could be shifting a bit as domestic production of the F-22 comes to an end -- a development the program's supporters in Congress fear will lead to thousands of aerospace jobs lost in dozens of states.

Both the House and Senate already have approved versions of the fiscal 2010 defense authorization bill with language demanding the Pentagon report to Congress on the costs of developing an exportable version of the F-22 and any potential strategic implications.

Japan is considered the most likely customer for the F-22, particularly as North Korea continues its ballistic missile testing. South Korea, Australia and Israel have also have expressed interest in buying the plane despite a price tag that could top $150 million a jet.

The Senate is expected to take up the $636.3 billion Defense appropriations bill later this month.

Senate Appropriations Committee ranking member Thad Cochran, R-Miss., said Thursday that his goal is to wrap up conference negotiations with the House and send the bill to the president's desk by Oct. 1, the start of the next fiscal year.

http://www.govexec.com/dailyfed/0909/091109cdpm3.htm










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Post time 13-9-2009 01:23 PM | Show all posts
79# belacan79

Excellent. Finally, the US has begun a move to export the F-22. Many countries have been eyeing the F-22 for a quite some time including Israel, Singapore, Japan, South Korea and Australia; in spite of the latest F15SG/AESA F15Ks and F18 E/F being more than a match to the latest Sukhois. It is about getting the best for your air-forces for total dominance.

Once it is approved, I think it is possible these countries would simply buy F-22s and possibly sell back the F15s and F18s to the US; for example, the National Guard. I want 50 F-22s and the 100 F-35s for the RSAF. heheh
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