- Oct 27, 2019
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I will not be surprised if Russians buy the "358" loitering SAM ..to my knowledge they have no equivalent their inventory and this baby has proven its worth in Afghanistan and Yemen.!.
How long is he staying? Doesn’t Sacred Defense Week start in a couple of days (Sharivar 31)? I wonder if his presence will coincide with advent of the SU 35s.,..View attachment 954802
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^ '358' loitering SAM and 9th Dey SR-SAM
Would it though?Yes, Iran must develop that capability. ASAT missions are extremely persuasive. In a total war, in a hipothetical israhelli leaded coalition a convincent ASAT capability will retain americans and europeans to intervene in any preemptive attack.
Given the depth of the above, the Q that begs to be asked is whether there is any future for the Sayyad - 4 -4 B and possibly Arman?
3rd Khordad’s evolution:
Original 3rd Khordad w/ 50-km-range Taer-2A (Buk-M2 level)
-> 3rd Khordad w/ 70-km-range Taer-2B + upgraded radar (Buk-M3 level)
-> 3rd Khordad w/ 105-km-range Taer-2C (exceeding Buk-M3 level)
-> 3rd Khordad w/ 200-km-range Taer-3
-> 3rd Khordad w/ 6x 200-km-range Taer-3 or longer-range SAM? (Taer-4/Sadid-630?)
And there is of course its anti-cruise-missile spin-off 9th Dey.
This missile has been out for awhile first Yemen and Iraq….several years I think honestly can’t remember but has there been a live test I’m sure by now they are at version 3.0