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Use Google Earth: Identify Weaponry 'Round the World

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posted on Jul, 16 2006 @ 03:26 PM
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Cool finds, has anyone spotted any crop circles?

Here's a Philadelphia shipyard.
39 53'41.87" N, 75 11'25.27" W

If you fly to the west you can see Phila International Airport

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posted on Jul, 16 2006 @ 03:38 PM
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no -- but some one has :

google earth link

enjoy



posted on Jul, 16 2006 @ 08:24 PM
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Over 30 MiG-29s wing tip to wing tip here - 44 41 11.79 N 33 34 23.20E

Not sure what this is though - 44 41 03.63N 33 33 36.93E

Wingspan over 30 meters, but I don't get the intakes.

If anybody has coords of various S300 or other SAM sites please let me know.



posted on Jul, 16 2006 @ 09:22 PM
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I hope you guys realize that those photos are a few years old, so your "Intel" will old!



posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 04:54 AM
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Originally posted by iskander
Not sure what this is though - 44 41 03.63N 33 33 36.93E

Wingspan over 30 meters, but I don't get the intakes.



I think your co-ords may be slightly off, but I think the a/c you're referring to is an Antonov AN-72.



posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 07:50 AM
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Originally posted by iskander

If anybody has coords of various S300 or other SAM sites please let me know.
I agree that it's an An-72/74

Re S-300 etc - naturally I have found loads of them. Here are some coords:

SA-10B S-300PS/PM (note that launchers are truck mounted not trailer mounted): 44 35 46 N 33 25 37.20 E - also look about 3-5km there are two more SA-10 sites, an empty SA-5 site and an in depot SA-10 unit.

Chinese SA-10A (S-300P) site: 31 29 34 N 121 16 43 E



posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 04:20 PM
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Some more curiosities.

USAF C-17 transport in Vietnam: 21 13 30 N 105 47 35 E

Chinese self-propelled howitzers deploying for coastal defence: 38 47 36 N 121 16 32 E

Russian Bomber base with Bear and Backfire bombers: 49 14 15 N 140 12 03 E

Iraqi MiG-21 fighter they hid in the desert during Iraqi Freedom: 33 50 30 N 42 29 48 E (there are about 30 similar aircraft all around this air base, very few were destroyed by Alies)





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posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 05:05 PM
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I think your co-ords may be slightly off, but I think the a/c you're referring to is an Antonov AN-72.


My bad, a typo on my part.

Thanks planeman, I'm looking into various SAM deployment setups for a LockOn mission in Feodosiya, so every bit helps.

On the other thread you had Navy fire power charts, and I'm wondering if you might know where I can find info on Crimean SAM deployment.

I already looked in FAS and wartime.ru, no luck there, so any advice will be apritiated.

Thanks in advance.



posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 05:27 PM
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Originally posted by iskander

I think your co-ords may be slightly off, but I think the a/c you're referring to is an Antonov AN-72.


My bad, a typo on my part.

Thanks planeman, I'm looking into various SAM deployment setups for a LockOn mission in Feodosiya, so every bit helps.

On the other thread you had Navy fire power charts, and I'm wondering if you might know where I can find info on Crimean SAM deployment.

I already looked in FAS and wartime.ru, no luck there, so any advice will be apritiated.

Thanks in advance.


I know of quite a few SAM sites in and around Crimea including redundant ones. Also AEW radar sites and air bases etc. Explain what that LockOn thing is all about - I could be of use to you if I know what it is you want.



posted on Jul, 17 2006 @ 07:39 PM
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I know of quite a few SAM sites in and around Crimea including redundant ones. Also AEW radar sites and air bases etc. Explain what that LockOn thing is all about - I could be of use to you if I know what it is you want.


LockOn is a third generation release of the original SU-27 flight simulator released back in 1995. Other then having the most accurate flight dynamics, weapons modeling and the most intelligent AI modeling, the most powerful aspect of the program is the mission editor.

It uses a satellite based 3D map of the Crimean peninsula. The simulator allows for theater wide tactical mission planning and execution with fully active Navy, ground, SAM and air forces, both of Western and Eastern designs.

Here are link to both US and Russian official websites;

www.lockon.ru...
www.lo-mac.com...

Unfortunately this great sim has been losing fan base in US, mainly because the forum community on the US forum site has been pretty much obliterated by bias and slated admin enforcement, and not to many English speaking folks choose to hang out on the Russian forums.

It's to bad, because considering such a deep program base, sim could have easily been turned into the most dynamic live turn base military sim in existence.

It's exactly what I have been doing lately instead of just flying missions. I set up various tactical scenarios and play them out in real time.

At the moment I'm building a campaign based on the recent "Sea Breeze 2006" crises that brought Crimea to the brink of civil war, and need all the info I can get.

I already moved most of the Russian fleet from Feodosiya to Novorossiysk, set up some EWR stations by Taman, but badly need actual data to set up a realistic environment.

That's it, let me know if you can help me with any force deployment info, I'll really appreciate it.



posted on Jul, 18 2006 @ 11:08 PM
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I found a huge Nuclear symbol in the ground near White Sands New Mexico...is this a possible burial site for waste?? Look here 32 52'59.46" N 106 05'26.02" W

I mean it's dead on compared to a regular symbol..check here



posted on Jul, 18 2006 @ 11:15 PM
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Very close to the same location I found some sort of military base with a bunch of fighter jets with red wingtips. It's here: 32 51'23.35" N 106 05'23.31 W

North of that I found another aircraft. It's some sort of large Delta Wing. I do not see a runway nearby. Here: 32 53'09.92 N 106 08'35.35 W

Also, I assume you guys have seen all the nuclear testing targets in Nevada, but I think I might have found one of the original targets from the early New Mexico test days. Here: 33 05'26.97" N 106 10'47.84" W

Holy crap, I found another one northeast of that one. This one is even larger:
33 10'31.45" N 106 08'41.85" W

Yet another west of that one. I think I'll stop posting them. Let's see what else is around here guys. Here: 33 11'46.48" N 106 09'55.35" W

Okay, one more very interesting thing I found. There are lots of things like this in this area. Stange roads leading to small buildings in the middle of nowhere and the like. This happens to be an absolutely enormous circle in the ground that looks almost impossibly perfect. WTF is this? Here: 33 17'37.71" N 106 21'45.53" W

Sorry I've just found more targets. Look around in this area, mostly north for more! 33 21'08.93 N 106 16'50.99" W

North of all the targets and craters I've found a very interesting road. What's with triangular turnouts? Man, this state deserves a thread of it's own.
Here: 33 25'54.73" N 106 18'29.04" W

Ohh, look at this. Looks like they are about to blow a bunch of stuff up in this target. They have painted all the jets and containers white, probably to aid in locating damage. Look directly east of this circle to see another Delta wing ready to get blown to bits.
Here: 33 31'11.93" N 106 13'16.67" W

Now this thing is almost scary looking! What is that sticking out of the end of this tunnel? It looks like a giant craft!
Here: 33 47'37.19" N 106 40'56.70" W

I thought at first this was a crater caused by underground nuclear testing in Arizona, but the more I look at it the more it looks like some sort of volcano. Look at the black glass looking stuff eminating from it's base up north.
Here: 35 35'50.47" N 111 33'25.90" W

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posted on Jul, 19 2006 @ 06:38 AM
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Originally posted by Battlefresh
Very close to the same location I found some sort of military base with a bunch of fighter jets with red wingtips. It's here: 32 51'23.35" N 106 05'23.31 W

North of that I found another aircraft. It's some sort of large Delta Wing. I do not see a runway nearby. Here: 32 53'09.92 N 106 08'35.35 W

edit on 19-7-2006 by Battlefresh]


The jets with red wingtips are QF-4s at Holloman AFB.

The large delta looks to be an F-102, or probably more likely, F-106. I guess it's there as scrap


Interestingly, just to the west of there is the starting point of the rocket-sled track, which goes off north for a loooong way!



posted on Jul, 19 2006 @ 05:17 PM
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Crimea and surrounding area


Air bases/airfields
• 45 51 19 N, 33 42 50 E – grass field, civil
• 45 59 42 N, 33 40 52 E – secondary strip – looks disused
• Berdyansk 46 48 44 N, 36 45 21 E – secondary strip
• Voykoyo 45 21 19 N, 36 24 08 E – looks secondary (poor resolution)
• Kirovskoye 45 10 00 N, 35 11 00 E – looks primary (poor resolution)
• Zol’noye 45 01 54 N, 33 58 45 E – Civilian airport with no apparent military infrastructure
• Gavardeyskoye 45 07 02 N, 33 58 36 E – Active with 20 x MiG-23 fighters, long range “Bar Lock” radars at 45 07 29 N, 33 58 21 E. No apparent air defense although 45 05 16 N, 33 59 06 E looks like a disused SA-3 position. In war time would be a natural SAM site.
• Khmel’nitskoye 45 19 17 N, 34 06 09 E – air base looks disused although there are long range radars deployed (“Bar Lock”) at 45 19 14 N 34 06 19 E – their normal position at 45 18 51 N, 34 06 24 E is vacant.
• Dazhankoy 45 42 05 N, 34 25 14 E – looks primary (poor resolution)
• Genichesk 46 12 29 N, 35 45 54 E – secondary (looks disused)
• Saki 45 05 29 N, 33 35 31 E – primary. Flying boat maritime patrol aircraft and helicopters. SA-10 position nearby (see SAM sites list)
• Kaka 44 46 34 N, 33 34 07 E – primary. More flying boats, transports and Helicopters. Radar at 44 46 43 N, 33 34 30 – obsolete SA-2 site (disused) at 44 46 59 N, 33 32 30 E
• Sevastopol 44 41 21 N, 33 34 24 E – major base. 38 x MiG-29s visible. “Bar Lock” radar at 44 40 40 N, 33 33 10 E
• Sevastopol (2) 44 34 46 N, 33 23 47 E – secondary. Helicopter dispersals



SAM sites
• S-300PMU (SA-10B) - 46 41 10 N, 32 46 14 E
• S-125 (SA-3) - 47 02 45 N, 37 27 16 E
• S-300PT (SA-10A) – 44 41 20 N, 34 25 25 E
• S-300 (empty) – 45 04 52 N, 33 34 10 E
• Mobile SAM pos (empty) - 44 47 13 N, 33 32 15 E
• S-125 (???) (empty) - 44 48 05 N, 33 32 05 E
• S-300 (empty) – 44 42 28 N, 33 33 03 E (note also some sort of defensive position slight north along coast)
• S-125 (empty) – 44 36 31 N, 33 27 47 E
• S-300PMU (SA-10B) – 44 35 46 N, 33 25 37 E
• S-300PMU (SA-10B) – 44 32 49 N, 33 26 00 E
• S-300PMU (SA-10B) – 44 31 19 N, 33 29 02 E (note: formerly SA-5 position, another SA-10B battery is in depot in the south west corner of this site)
• SA-2 (redundant, empty) – 44 31 35 N, 33 30 45 E



posted on Jul, 26 2006 @ 06:37 PM
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heres a location for PEARL HARBOR

21* 21' 32.32" N
157* 56'29.35" W



posted on Jul, 26 2006 @ 10:07 PM
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if you punch in the coordinates 14 55 53.82 N 102 04 50.41 E and look east you can clearly spot 2 count them 2 spy planes



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