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originally posted by: Wasta
a reply to: Zaphod58
I said, a buk, any buk can discussed later.
After one year of research and investigation , the highest authority, our safety board (somewhat similar as NIST is the usa) came to one finally conclusion to be seen at 19 minutes and 57 seconds;
No buk is mentioned in the final conclusion of our NIST, called safety-board,
The conclusion of our highest authority is subtitled, watch from 19 minutes and 57 seconds.
I want a explanation of the 30mm bulletholes, directly shot at the captain's seat.
I guess you have missed that part....
Buk can be discussed later, so can be other discussions debated, for now is everything else just distraction.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: Wasta
You know, it's not even worth refuting your post. It's getting way off topic and has so much wrong it's not funny. .
A su-25 loads 3 kinds of ammo, type 1 , type 2, type 3, 1,2,3,1,2,3,1,2,3,1,2,3.
Just like a tank.
Ukrainian attack plane could not down the Malaysian flight MH-17: Chief designer of Su-25 denies Russian propaganda
General Designer of Su-25 Vladimir Babak denies Russian propaganda theory of the flight MH-17 crash. He says that the Su-25 could not bring down a Boeing 777, which was flying at an altitude of 10,500 meters.
This is reported by Censor.NET citing Deutsche Welle.
President of research and production concern "Sukhoi Attack Aircraft", chief designer of the Su-25 Vladimir Babak denies that the Malaysian Boeing could have been hit by this attack aircraft. He stated this in an interview with German NDR, WDR, and Süddeutsche Zeitung, published on Tuesday, March 10.
The designer admitted that the aircraft can briefly rise to high altitudes, but in order to destroy the Boeing, which at the time of the disaster broke apart in the air, the Su-25 would have to be armed with heavy missiles. Babak noted that air-to-air missiles could only damage the Malaysian aircraft, but could not lead to what had happened.
If any buk system was stolen, by rebels from the Ukraine , does not mean a thing.
It takes Highly skilled personal to be able to launch a buk missile.
The Buk-M1 (SA-11 Gadfly to NATO) can be used by minimally trained operators to deliver a lethal attack, without the safeguards built into other comparable GBADS, an Aviation Week analysis shows. It is also one of the two GBADS — both of Soviet origin — that are most widely distributed in conflict zones with the potential for large-scale, cross-border or civil violence.
This feature may have been a crucial factor in the destruction of MH17. The Fire Dome radar’s main job was to permit simultaneous engagement of more targets – one per Telar – under control of the battery’s 9S18M Snow Drift. But the Soviet military and the designers installed a set of backup modes that would permit the Telars to detect and attack targets autonomously, in the event the Snow Drift was shut down or destroyed by NATO’s rapidly improving anti-radar missiles.