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Friday, March 6, 2009

Very Long Distance Terrorism

Steve and I will be having a dialogue throughout this. - Max

Max: In the 1980's there was a vile TV program on. Airwolf, the picture is above, do you remember it?

Steve: Sure I was doing hi-tech work during part of that decade, it was a fantasy aircraft.

Max: Well, conceptually it was more. Fast forward to the present. The below helicopter is one of a number that can be readily used by intelligence, military, industrial and related criminal enterprises for covert operations.


Manufacturer : Rolls Royce
Model : two 250 C40

Takeoff : 1045 shp / 779 kw
Continuous : 989 shp / 737 kw

Length, fuselage : 44.10 ft / 13.50 m
Length, T/R turning : 44.10 ft / 13.50 m
Length, M/R turning : No data available
Width, fuselage : 11.30 ft / 3.45 m
Width, widest point : 11.30 ft / 3.45 m
Width, landing gear : 11.30 ft / 3.45 m
Height, top, rotor hub : No data available
Height, top, tail fin : 11.20 ft / 3.41 m
Height, top, T/R arc : 13.20 ft
Gr clearance, fuselage : 1.31 ft / 0.40 m
Gr clearance, T/R guard : 3.90 ft / 1.19 m

Standard seating : 2 + 2 + 2 + 3
High density : 2 + 2 + 3 + 3

Volume standard tank : 247 gallons / 935 litres
Volume aux or ferry tank 1 : No data available

Service ceiling : 17,100 ft / 5212 m
HIGE : 12,700 ft / 3871 m
HIGE, ISA+20OC : 8500 ft / 2591 m
HOGE : 8750 ft / 2667 m
HOGE, ISA+20OC : 4300 ft / 1311 m
ROC, oblique : No data available
ROC, vertical : No data available
ROC, OEI : No data available
Econ Cruise, S/L : No data available
VNE : No data available

Take off : 808 shp / 557 kw
Max Contnuous : 695 shp / 461 kw

Main Number of Blades : 4
Tail Number of Blades : 2
Main Diameter : 42.00 ft / 12.80 kw

Cabin Length, max : 7.75 ft / 2.36 m
Baggage Length, max : 4.90 ft / 1.49 m
Cabin Width, max : 4.83 ft / 1.47 m
Baggage Width, max : 4.70 ft / 1.43 m
Cabin Height, max : 4.75 ft / 1.45 m
Baggage Height, max : 2.00 ft / 0.61 m
Cabin Volume : 158.00 ft3 / 4.50 m3
Baggage Volume : 37.20 ft3 / 1.10 m3

Max gross : 9000 lb / 4082 kg
Empty, std acft : 5308 lb / 2407 kg
Useful load : 3922 lb / 1811 kg
Useful, with full fuel : 1654 lb / 750 kg
External load : 3500 lb / 1588 kg
Gross with ext load : 9300 lb / 4218 kg

Max Fuel : No data available
Max Payload : No data available
Aux fuel, no reserves : No data available
Endurance, std fuel, no reserves : No data available
Endurance, cruise, no reserves : 4.3 hours

Cost : $406 – 459

Gallons Per Hour (GPH) : 81 - 89
Liters Per Hour (LPH) : 306 – 338

Max: The ship here is pure stealth for covert including strikes.

Steve: And this false prophet above subverted what was left of the Catholic Church, outside of a small remnant, into worshipping Jews instead of God.

Max: This is a real plane used in a movie and then said not to be real. It is part of a generation of super stealth attack platforms.

Max: All of this below exists, is current and very real.

$750m for DARPA's Mach 6 'Blackswift' DemonstratorPublished: Jan 26, 2008Source: Aviation Week

The Pentagon's 2009 budget request will include $750 million for DARPA's hypersonic "Blackswift" demonstrator program. The program's aim is to develop a fighter-sized Mach 6 unmanned demonstrator. "The aircraft will be unmanned and about the size of an F-16", notes Bill Sweetman, in his Aviation Week & Space Technology Ares blog.The Blackswift is a departure for DARPA's Falcon program for the USAF, which aims at developing a Mach 25 global strike aircraft. It was previously known as the Falcon HTV-3X, but is now seperate program. A combination turbine engine and ramjet will power the demonstrator aircraft. The turbine engine accelerates the vehicle to around Mach 3 before the ramjet takes over and boosts the vehicle up to Mach 6. Last December, DARPA released a video of the HTV-3X, which you can view here.» continue...

Iranian defense minister in Moscow 'to talk S-300 missile deal'Published: Feb 17, 2009Source: RIA Novosti

MOSCOW, February 17 (RIA Novosti) - Iran's defense minister is likely to discuss the delivery of Russian S-300 air defense systems to the Islamic Republic during a meeting with his Russian counterpart on Tuesday, a business daily said. Russia's Kommersant said Moscow had signed an S-300 contract with Tehran, but would not rush to implement it due to a seeming thaw in Russia's relations with the new U.S. administration. Iranian media have repeatedly said, citing senior security officials, that Russia has started delivering elements of the advanced version of the S-300 missile with a range of over 150 kilometers (over 100 miles). The reports have alarmed the U.S. and Israel, both of which have refused to rule out the possibility of military action against Tehran, accusing it of a failure to obey international nuclear non-proliferation demands. However, Russia has dismissed the reports. "We do not supply any offensive weapons to Iran, and accusing Russia and Iran of cooperation that undermines regional security is unjust," Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said earlier. Iranian Defense Minister Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said ahead of his visit that Tehran would negotiate the delivery of S-300 missiles "when it is necessary." In an official statement, the Islamic Republic's Defense Ministry said: "During his trip to Russia, the Iranian defense minister will hold talks with Russian officials and visit a number of defense industry companies. The main purpose of the visit is the expansion of bilateral [military-technical] ties and the implementation of existing agreements in the military-technical sector." "The contract on the S-300 could be fulfilled any time," Kommersant said, citing an unidentified Russian defense official. "New deals are in the offing. Talks on Buk-M1 medium-range missile systems are continuing. However there has been no political decision, necessary for the deals to go ahead." Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is expected to meet with the new U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in March. The meeting is seen as a sign of a thaw in relations between Moscow and Washington, strained of late over a host of issues, including U.S. plans to deploy missile shield elements in Central Europe, which Russia strongly opposes. Media reports said the new U.S. administration was seeking a compromise on the missile shield dispute that would be linked to Russia's cooperation in preventing Iran from building a nuclear bomb. The "Iranian threat" was one of the reasons cited for the missile shield. Iran recently took delivery of 29 Russian-made Tor-M1 air defense missile systems under a $700-million contract signed in late 2005. Russia has also trained Iranian Tor-M1 specialists, including radar operators and crew commanders.--- ends ---


In Nov 2003, DARPA and the USAF released contracts to start development for their FALCON program, which is an acronym for Force Application and Launch from CONtinental United States. It is to be developed in two parts with the SLV expected to be complete by 2010 and a HCV expected by 2025. Nine contractors were initially selected to perform a phase one level systems definition for the SLV.

ANALYSIS. TECHNICAL. Max: 9,000 nautical mile range with armaments including micro-nukes which can destroy anything including a building the size of the Dome of the Rock throughout the world in under two hours. Shock and awe on a global scale. It can get underneath space based platforms.

ANALYSIS. PURPOSE. Steve: Destroy the entire Islamic resistance to the Zionist entity called erroneously Israel. Destroy the Dome of the Rock so the Jews damned Temple can be rebuilt there. They will claim it is a divine act. The Christian Zionists have already been propagandized to believe this.

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