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Post time 2009-12-10 12:26:05 |Display all floors

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so, you believe that Al Qaeda actually cause the WTC disaster?

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LASER or RAY guns would be quite deadly for many of the weapon systems.
and if only it can be BASED on HIGH GROUND!

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note: it's so cool that mr. antimatter and mr. kiwi knows so much about weapons systems!

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Post time 2009-12-10 15:30:15 |Display all floors

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Reply #7 expatter's post  so, you believe that Al Qaeda actually cause the WTC disaster?  ho ho ho



Where does it say that???


Take another look and maybe use your reading glasses!

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Post time 2009-12-10 18:25:37 |Display all floors
Originally posted by antimatter at 2009-12-9 10:43


1)Speed makes all the difference.  SM3 hasn't shoot down anything at mach 10.    It's alot easier to shoot when the missile is ascending , and mid course.    When the ballastic is descending at ...


at Mach 10, any "maneuvering" capability would be lost.  The warhead would have to go straight forward at a very predictable course in order to hit the target.  I am still not so sure a ICBM can hit a ship that is moving.  Most balistic missiles have a 1000m circle, better ones have 100m, 10m could be possible but in order to hit a ship that is moving you might need 1m accuracy on a stationary target.  When the warhead is going at Mach ten it is very difficult to be precise and thus makes hitting a small target difficult

You should head out to the Aberdeen proving ground in Maryland and see what the US has developed against cruise missiles.  Last I checked which was a while ago people there were claiming to have 100% survivability against cruise missiles by using explosives in the water to create a wall of water that would disorient or destroy any incoming missile.

Hitting the US's bases in Guam would be difficult, the island is a fortress and it cant be sunk as easily as a ship.  Most of the structures are hardened and would require very heavy bombardment to take out.  The simple solution would be to nuke it, but while that tactically might work stratigically it would be a disaster.

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Post time 2009-12-10 18:27:24 |Display all floors

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9/11 was,as we all know,an inside job.

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Post time 2009-12-10 18:28:25 |Display all floors
basically all of these technologies need to be proven before they can even be considered.   
And this is just for the surface navy.  The US has a large submarine navy as well as an airforce that can strike anywhere on the planet from home bases inside the continental US

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Post time 2009-12-10 18:46:29 |Display all floors
Originally posted by exportedkiwi at 2009-12-9 10:40
1/ ASBM; while a good idea is totally impractical for targetting issues alone. To think that a CVBG, or CSG can be targetted inside a 2million square "box" of ocean is highly theoretical  ...



With all that high tech rubbish, US cannot even win a war in Afghanistan, let alone Iraq?:lol

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Post time 2009-12-10 18:47:38 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Exergy at 2009-12-10 22:28
basically all of these technologies need to be proven before they can even be considered.   
And this is just for the surface navy.  The US has a large submarine navy as well as an airforce that c ...


ya they will strike their own forces as well.

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