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wanvadder
post Jan 23 2011, 11:22 PM, updated 10y ago

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This post has been edited by wanvadder: Aug 29 2011, 04:06 PM
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post Jan 23 2011, 11:23 PM

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The SAS.

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post Jan 23 2011, 11:23 PM

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post Jan 23 2011, 11:24 PM

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post Jan 23 2011, 11:25 PM

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let me rephrase
comparison of hijacked ship faced by malaysia & Skorea

SKOREA GETTING HELP FROM LYNX HELICOPTER FROM NATO'S ANTI-PIRACY TEAM & ALSO USA'S WARSHIP NEARBY WHILE OUR MALAYSIAN PASKAL DO IT WITHOUT ANY HELP FROM ANYONE FROM USA OR NATO
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post Jan 23 2011, 11:29 PM

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The lineage of Rocket Propelled Grenade.

RPG-2

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Effective Range : 100-150 meters
Armor Penetration : 200mm

This weapon is used mainly during the Vietnam War and only a few remains. Fires a PG-2 HEAT rocket grenade.

RPG-7

Dubbed as the 'poor man's artillery', this weapon is widely used all around the world, famed for its cheap, simplicity and ruggedness. Developed in 1961, this RPG is still capable of disabling modern tanks as shown in Iraq War. Popular with guerrila factions, it saw alot of usage in any conflict.

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RPG-7V with PGO-7 telescope sight and PG-7VM

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The standard rocket, PG-7VL HEAT rocket grenade.

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OG-7V fragmentation antipersonnel grenade.

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Cross-section of PG-7VM HEAT rocket grenade.

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PG-7VR tandem (dual-warhead) HEAT rocket grenade.

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TBG-7V Thermobaric (Fuel Air Explosive) grenade.


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post Jan 23 2011, 11:29 PM

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RPG-16

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Effective Range : 800 meters
Armor Penetration : 300mm

Designed for airborne troops, RPG-16 provided greater range and accuracy due to its smaller caliber warheads and more powerful rocket booster. RPG-16 fires only 1 type of grenade, PG-16 HEAT.

RPG-18

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Effective Range : 150 meters
Armor Penetration : 300mm RHA

Look like a copy of US-made M72 LAW, and is adopted by the Soviet Army up until 1990's, and is now obsolete.

RPG-22

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Effective Range : 160 meters
Armor Penetration : 400mm RHA

An improved version of the earlier RPG-18 and was adopted by the Soviet Army in 1980. Production ceased around 1993 as its penetration was found to be insufficient and it was replaced in production by more powerful RPG-26

Key improvement of the RPG-22 over the RPG-18 included more powerful rocket motor, redesigned launcher tube and warhead of larger caliber, to provide roughly 25% increase in armor piercing capability.

RPG-26

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Effective Range : up to 170 meters
Armor Penetration : 440mm

RPG-26 was further simplified with introduction of the monobloc, non-telescoping launching tube and improved rocket motor and warhead, extended the effective range and armor penetration by about 10% (compared to RPG-22).

The RPG-26 still remains in production in Russia, issued by Russian army as standard personal anti-armor equipment for infantry on foot.

RPG-27

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Effective Range : up to 140 meters
Armor Penetration : 600mm RHA behind reactive armor

Developed in the late 80's to combat most modern MBT equipped with composite and reactive armor. Adopted in 1989 by the Soviet Army and still in production and use.

Externally it looks like somewhat enlarged RPG-26, although it uses tandem HEAT warhead similar to that used on PG-7VR for RPG-7

RPG-28

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Effective Range : up to 180 meters
Armor Penetration : 1000mm RHA behind reactive armor

Designed to defeat most modern and future MBT equipped with ERA, as well as enemy personnel behind brick walls (penetration against the brick wall is about 300cm/10ft)
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post Jan 23 2011, 11:32 PM

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RPG-29

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Effective Range : up to 500 meters
Armor Penetration : 600mm RHA + ERA

RPG-29, adopted by the Soviet Army in 1989, intended to defeat most modern tanks fitted with ERA protection.

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On October 20, 1999 extensive trials of T-80U and T-90 protection from various types of threats were conducted at TsNIIO 643a Testing Grounds. The tests involved firing large amounts of ordnance (including several versions of RPG ATGL, light and heavy ATGMs, and APFSDS rounds) at frontal projections of T-80U and T-90 MBTs both protected with Kontakt-V ERA and stripped of it.

The following pictures show the locations of impacts by ATGL RPG-29 (in red) and ATGM Kornet (in black) against ERA-equipped vehicles. Which of these hits penetrated was not disclosed.

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RPG-29 proved to be by far the most potent weapon among those used. As powerful as heavy ATGM Kornet, it appeared to assure the frontal penetration of T-80U even for the squad-level firepower. Even though T-90 fared better, it is still not immune to it. Considering sufficient proliferation of this weapon and the fact that this is still a fairly light infantry weapon, it is the most dangerous adversary of modern Russian MBTs, and is a very disturbing development.

Original reports that ATGM Kornet performance is severely degraded by ERA due to its peculiar order of internal components proved true as the ATGM with at least 100mm higher penetrating potential was not superior to a much lighter RPG-29.

Read Moar and Sauce : http://fofanov.armor.kiev.ua/Tanks/TRIALS/19991020.html
Other similar reports such as Israeli newspaper Haaretz pointed that RPG-29 contributed a major casualty in 2006 Lebanon War.

British officials confirmed that an RPG-29 round penetrated the frontal ERA and hull of a Challenger 2 tank during an engagement in al-Amarah, Iraq.
Now the Russians made developed a beast too powerful even for their tanks or their enemy.

RPG-32

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Effective Range : up to 200 meters
Armor Penetration : ERA + 650mm RHA

The RPG-32 multipurpose grenade launcher was developed between 2005 and 2007 by Russian state-owned FGUP 'Bazalt' organization on request and under contract from Jordan. First RPG-32 'Hashim' grenade launchers will be delivered to Jordan from Russia in 2008, but it is planned that mass production of RPG-32 and its ammunition will be conducted in Jordan under license at the JRESCO factory.

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http://world.guns.ru/
http://en.wikipedia.org/

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LOL Paskals using adidas snickers (army issued) doh.gif
should they use proper shoes
or the adidas really comfortable to wear during the rescue thumbup.gif
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post Jan 23 2011, 11:48 PM

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QUOTE(epul @ Jan 23 2011, 11:40 PM)
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LOL Paskals using adidas snickers (army issued) doh.gif
should they use proper shoes
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probably was in a rush or he wasnt part of rescue team and was just posing for the lulz...baju pn npk selekeh je
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post Jan 24 2011, 01:52 AM

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ffffuuuu sudah v6

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V6 is here!!! will it be faster? wink.gif

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Melaporkan diri!
BTW any references with details and schematics for TOW and of internal of a tank?
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QUOTE(ichi_24 @ Jan 24 2011, 02:05 AM)
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proven against modern western tanks like US Abrams & Brits Challenger

and western-made anti-tank missile just proven against old Soviet tanks like T-55 & T-72

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