miketheterrible wrote:Don't bother. I already asked him. He is living in his own fantasy.
Both with it's radar not in use since it's down.
It is clear from the video it is launching missiles so how can it's radar be down. Stop living in fantasy and except the reality. They didn't stop Israel from destroying hundreds of targets and officials in the MoD clearly understand this. The decision is made that Panstir M will not be replacing Kashtan, another system must be found.
The pantsir did it work.
Israel use supersonic missiles recently , and had to change its strategy regard the intrusions into Syrian airspace.
From the videos it is visible they launched at least two missile against each unit, most probably 4-6 was launched .
It means that ISrael has to increase the number of jets for the sorties, instead of two they have to use 4-6 f-whatever.
The pantsir has 12 missile , say probably 50% probability of interception against supersonic , so 4-6 missile would destroy one battery.
I think the Russian MOD would like instead of one attack plane for each pantsir to see two-four .
But, this is the learning curve, I am sure they update like the hell the softwares/ missiles (needs to be capable to pull more G ) and so on.
No one can forget the increase of required airplanes for each target increase the chance of interception of them by the strategic air defence as well...