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iran F-14 ground-up overhaul of the video after 12 years

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Old September 28th, 2011   #1
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Exclamation iran F-14 ground-up overhaul of the video after 12 years

F-14 fighter aircraft 12 years ago because of severe damage to all major parts of it had vanished, Professionals working with base operations and flight test successfully completed.

General Amir Ali minimal second pilot said base of professionals with more than 47 hours to produce 550 thousand pieces of tender, the aircraft flew again returned to the battalion.

vedio link : گالری ویدئوهای نظامی میلیتاری پارسی - ویدیو تعمیر اساسی اف 14 پس از 12 سال زمین گیری

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I think no any aircraft can scape from phonix!!! U know Iranian did some thing with this tomcats that can fire HAWK missile!
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Phoenix is an elderly missile by modern standards and I'd expect most reasonably agile fighters with a decent ECM fit to be able to evade it. It coasts for much of it's run, usually climbing to altitude and getting up to speed, then coasting towards the target unpowered.

That means that any aircraft capable of pulling even low G turns consistently can drag the missile around until it's falling out of the sky if they're aware they're being illuminated.

I don't think that many if any of the Iranian Phoenix missiles will be operational - simply based on the fact that if they were the Iranians wouldn't have spent time bolting HAWK missiles onto their F14's.

They're great aircraft, look superb in Iranian colours and it's a credit to the engineers involved that they're still flying after all this time but the AWG-9 radar and Phoenix missile have been overtaken by modern systems.
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U know Iranian did some thing with this tomcats that can fire HAWK missile!
HAWK is a slow missile (mach 2.5), modern long range air-to-air missiles, and the Phoenix missile, are all mach 4+. The lower speed substantially reduces the effective range if the target turns away. The seeker the HAWK, unlike the Phoenix, is semi-active, so the launch aircraft has to provide illumination, so the aircraft is required to keep its nose, and the direction of flight, toward the target the entire time the missile is in flight, which effectively increases the other sides missile range.

The HAWK and the AMRAAM have about the same basic range, but the AMRAAM is over 50% faster and has a active seeker. What this means is that if the 2 fighters fire simultaneously the Iranian aircraft will be killed before the HAWK gets 2/3 of the way to the target, and without the fighter to illuminate the target the HAWK is useless. However, the AMRAAM user, unlike the Iranian, doesnt have to illuminate the target and can turn away after the launch, reducing the HAWKs effective range by 1/3, so the situation is even worse. Not very effective.
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Do the Iranians have 'single crystal' turbine blade know how, without which the'd still at the mercy of Russia et al.
In fact, how are Iran's enemies(perceived or real), namely Saudi/UAE/etc gonna cope with long drawn out war with Iran, because these folks have Nothing indigenous, except maybe the pilots!
What happens when the money runs out?
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F-14 fighter aircraft 12 years ago because of severe damage to all major parts of it had vanished, Professionals working with base operations and flight test successfully completed.

General Amir Ali minimal second pilot said base of professionals with more than 47 hours to produce 550 thousand pieces of tender, the aircraft flew again returned to the battalion.
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