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    Post  GarryB on Mon Aug 24, 2020 10:45 am

    The bollocks is going to the appropriate thread...
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    Post  Isos on Thu Aug 27, 2020 12:13 pm

    Did this really happened ? Who was manning the t-55 ? Leo 1 has a shitty armor that could be easily penetrated by t-54/55. I guess the serbs were not real military personel and missed their target.


    Facebook tanks.being.tanks wrote:Danish Leopard 1A5DK as part of the SFOR (Stabilization Force) deployed in Bosnia and Hezergovina, with its rubber sideskirt lifted up.

    The Danish Leopard 1A5DK combat experience during its time deployed as part of the Peacekeeper force marks the first actual engagement faced by the Leopard 1 tank since its introduction in the mid-1950s. Not only it was the first Leopard 1 to see combat, the Danish Leopards were also the only Leopard 1 used by any army to have knocked out a tank in combat so far.

    The incident happened during Operation Bøllebank (April 29th 1994), when the Bosnian-Serbs were attacking UN outpost (NORDBAT 2) in Tuzla, prompting the Danes to roll their tank to support the Norwegian and Swedish troop stationed in this outpost.

    En-route to the Outpost, the tank group were ambushed by the Bosnian-Serb forces using mortars and anti-tank rockets. As a response to this, the Leopards immediately counter-attacked the enemy force, firing 72 main gun rounds (19 Sabot rounds, 44 brisance rounds, and 19 phosphorus rounds.)

    Of the Three T-55 used by the Bosnian-Serbs present engaging the Leopards, all of them were reported disabled (some said they retreated), while the Leopards also hit their ammunition dump and bunker, with 150 estimated casualties while the Peacekeeper force didn't even suffer from any loss.

    5 months and 26 days later, the Leopards were again involved in active combat during Operation Amanda, when the Danish Leopards were part of the force tasked to recapture an outpost (S01) occupied by the Bosnian-Serb forces.

    Just like the previous engagement, the Leopard got itself ambushed; this time near Gradačac, Bosnia by a T-55 tank and recoilless gun emplacement. Of course the Danes retaliated back, and they knocked out that single T-55 and a recoilless gun emplacement while only suffering minor damage on one of their Leopard 1 tank.

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    Post  kvs on Thu Sep 10, 2020 5:46 am

    I will continue the off topic debate in the Mig-29 thread here.

    Jamming is a very sneaky term. It really originates from the dawn of radars and is based on the idea of creating a cacophony of EM on the small number of bands/frequencies
    that original radars operated. One could call this the low energy jamming. This trick no longer works on modern wide-band non-radar radars. To apply the jamming concept one
    would have to flood wide bands of the EM spectrum with spurious noise. This is physically impossible without blasting off custom nukes. So jamming of modern systems is
    really EW with EMP type approaches. Overloading the detection systems with magnetically induced currents defeats them without having to fill up the ambient environment with
    jamming signals,

    NATzO does not have EMP munitions to "jam" S-300 and S-400 systems. It also does not have serious mobile systems that can "jam" Russian systems. And you can bet your
    last precious penny that Russia has implemented anti-EMP measures in the S-400 and S-300. All those retards who laugh at the "primitive" Russian electronics have zero
    physics education. They instead have nose-picking fantasy projection. Building the electronics in S-400 systems to withstand high transient currents requires the use of
    "primitive" LSI and non-LSI designs. On top of this, there are custom current sinks (not just large capacitors or resistors) that turn the rogue currents into heat. Try this with dainty
    14 nm ICs and you will get slag instead of circuit boards. So retards can keep on laughing.

    I suspect that use of ULSI CPUs is done in a dispersed manner with offsite, multi-node processing linked via high bandwidth encrypted communications. But it would not surprise me
    if there was some anti-EMP solution consisting of nested Faraday cages with the right wavelength structure to induce anti-currents on top of currents. If any country on Earth is capable
    of coming out with such physically motivated designs it is Russia. But of course, we have all sorts of NATzO fanbois desperately yapping that Russians are dumb mud hut dwellers
    who can only steal all of their tech. Hitler was one such moron who discovered too late that his hubris and chauvinism was worth nothing.


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