Iraq buys DB-110 high-end surveillance pods!

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Iraq buys DB-110 high-end surveillance pods!

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July 20th, 2012, 1:45 pm #1

Fvcking moronic SSIK!Even Iraq signed contract for Reconnaissance Systems pods while we still wait for fvcking jews!Who the hell gave that order to Israelies who messed at first time in 2005!Our moronic SSIK did same in 2009 too.Result no Reconnaissance Pods for us!
Bu LOROP ihalesini israile verenin sülalesini............

July 13/12: Goodrich Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems in Westford, MA received a $71.5 million firm-fixed-price, time and materials, and cost-reimbursable, unfinalized contract action/letter contract for 4 DB-110 reconnaissance pod systems, for use on Iraqs F-16IQ fighters. The amount involved suggests a substantial training, infrastructure, and service component, in addition to the pods; Omans cost for its same-day 4-pod contract was just $34.3 million.

Goodrichs exportable derivative of the U-2 spy planes SYERS cameras offer 3 separate optical fields of view, and the pod has been ordered by 12 customers: Britain (Tornado), Egypt (F-16 C/D), Iraq (F-16C/D), Japan (P-3), Morocco (F-16C/D), Poland (F-16 C/D), Oman (F-16C/D), Pakistan (F-16C/D), Saudi Arabia (F-15S), the UAE (F-16E/F), and the USA. The DB-110 can be operated autonomously on F-16s, controlled by the pods reconnaissance management system, while imagery is viewed on the cockpit video display. Iraqs Dec 15/10 and Nov 14/11 DSCA requests each specified up to 4 pods, as a competition between BAEs AARS and Goodrichs DB-110. The DB-110 appears to have won, and its a fairly high-end system to export to any source that creates security concerns. Then again, Pakistan and Egypt already operate them.

Work is to be complete by Sept 30/18. The ASC/WINK at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH manages the contract on behalf of its Foreign Military Sale client.

source :http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/Ira ... ers-05057/

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July 20th, 2012, 7:23 pm #2

lorop olay tayyep in yüzünden iptal. yoksa elimizdeydi loroplar.

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July 22nd, 2012, 12:59 pm #3

Fvcking moronic SSIK!Even Iraq signed contract for Reconnaissance Systems pods while we still wait for fvcking jews!Who the hell gave that order to Israelies who messed at first time in 2005!Our moronic SSIK did same in 2009 too.Result no Reconnaissance Pods for us!
Bu LOROP ihalesini israile verenin sülalesini............

July 13/12: Goodrich Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems in Westford, MA received a $71.5 million firm-fixed-price, time and materials, and cost-reimbursable, unfinalized contract action/letter contract for 4 DB-110 reconnaissance pod systems, for use on Iraqs F-16IQ fighters. The amount involved suggests a substantial training, infrastructure, and service component, in addition to the pods; Omans cost for its same-day 4-pod contract was just $34.3 million.

Goodrichs exportable derivative of the U-2 spy planes SYERS cameras offer 3 separate optical fields of view, and the pod has been ordered by 12 customers: Britain (Tornado), Egypt (F-16 C/D), Iraq (F-16C/D), Japan (P-3), Morocco (F-16C/D), Poland (F-16 C/D), Oman (F-16C/D), Pakistan (F-16C/D), Saudi Arabia (F-15S), the UAE (F-16E/F), and the USA. The DB-110 can be operated autonomously on F-16s, controlled by the pods reconnaissance management system, while imagery is viewed on the cockpit video display. Iraqs Dec 15/10 and Nov 14/11 DSCA requests each specified up to 4 pods, as a competition between BAEs AARS and Goodrichs DB-110. The DB-110 appears to have won, and its a fairly high-end system to export to any source that creates security concerns. Then again, Pakistan and Egypt already operate them.

Work is to be complete by Sept 30/18. The ASC/WINK at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH manages the contract on behalf of its Foreign Military Sale client.

source :http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/Ira ... ers-05057/

lorop? can you explain?
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July 22nd, 2012, 3:46 pm #4

Fvcking moronic SSIK!Even Iraq signed contract for Reconnaissance Systems pods while we still wait for fvcking jews!Who the hell gave that order to Israelies who messed at first time in 2005!Our moronic SSIK did same in 2009 too.Result no Reconnaissance Pods for us!
Bu LOROP ihalesini israile verenin sülalesini............

July 13/12: Goodrich Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems in Westford, MA received a $71.5 million firm-fixed-price, time and materials, and cost-reimbursable, unfinalized contract action/letter contract for 4 DB-110 reconnaissance pod systems, for use on Iraqs F-16IQ fighters. The amount involved suggests a substantial training, infrastructure, and service component, in addition to the pods; Omans cost for its same-day 4-pod contract was just $34.3 million.

Goodrichs exportable derivative of the U-2 spy planes SYERS cameras offer 3 separate optical fields of view, and the pod has been ordered by 12 customers: Britain (Tornado), Egypt (F-16 C/D), Iraq (F-16C/D), Japan (P-3), Morocco (F-16C/D), Poland (F-16 C/D), Oman (F-16C/D), Pakistan (F-16C/D), Saudi Arabia (F-15S), the UAE (F-16E/F), and the USA. The DB-110 can be operated autonomously on F-16s, controlled by the pods reconnaissance management system, while imagery is viewed on the cockpit video display. Iraqs Dec 15/10 and Nov 14/11 DSCA requests each specified up to 4 pods, as a competition between BAEs AARS and Goodrichs DB-110. The DB-110 appears to have won, and its a fairly high-end system to export to any source that creates security concerns. Then again, Pakistan and Egypt already operate them.

Work is to be complete by Sept 30/18. The ASC/WINK at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH manages the contract on behalf of its Foreign Military Sale client.

source :http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/Ira ... ers-05057/

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July 22nd, 2012, 4:26 pm #5

Fvcking moronic SSIK!Even Iraq signed contract for Reconnaissance Systems pods while we still wait for fvcking jews!Who the hell gave that order to Israelies who messed at first time in 2005!Our moronic SSIK did same in 2009 too.Result no Reconnaissance Pods for us!
Bu LOROP ihalesini israile verenin sülalesini............

July 13/12: Goodrich Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems in Westford, MA received a $71.5 million firm-fixed-price, time and materials, and cost-reimbursable, unfinalized contract action/letter contract for 4 DB-110 reconnaissance pod systems, for use on Iraqs F-16IQ fighters. The amount involved suggests a substantial training, infrastructure, and service component, in addition to the pods; Omans cost for its same-day 4-pod contract was just $34.3 million.

Goodrichs exportable derivative of the U-2 spy planes SYERS cameras offer 3 separate optical fields of view, and the pod has been ordered by 12 customers: Britain (Tornado), Egypt (F-16 C/D), Iraq (F-16C/D), Japan (P-3), Morocco (F-16C/D), Poland (F-16 C/D), Oman (F-16C/D), Pakistan (F-16C/D), Saudi Arabia (F-15S), the UAE (F-16E/F), and the USA. The DB-110 can be operated autonomously on F-16s, controlled by the pods reconnaissance management system, while imagery is viewed on the cockpit video display. Iraqs Dec 15/10 and Nov 14/11 DSCA requests each specified up to 4 pods, as a competition between BAEs AARS and Goodrichs DB-110. The DB-110 appears to have won, and its a fairly high-end system to export to any source that creates security concerns. Then again, Pakistan and Egypt already operate them.

Work is to be complete by Sept 30/18. The ASC/WINK at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH manages the contract on behalf of its Foreign Military Sale client.

source :http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/Ira ... ers-05057/

LOROP means long range observation and reconnaisence system and name of competition which opened by TUAF two times,but ended lik a scandal,because of Elbit-ElOp companies of Israel.
They won same competition two times and fvcked it two times again.First in 2004 they messed because of techincal difficulties and inaduquences.Second they put embargo to export licence due to blue marmara incident.Despite both SSIK and Goverment as well as TAF staff explained no cancellation for blue marmara, israel did it!Our stupid SSIK gave same competiton to same company which was failed at first time.
That shows us stupidity level of SSIK,especially TAF General Staff at that time!
To safety of our borders we began WC-12A aircraft hire from Raytheon for COIN(Counter Insurceny)needs, which 2 of the 4 delivered by July 2012.
One-Munitegay,are kurdman(aka jewman)?I am sure you are so go fvck yourself,motherfucker!

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July 22nd, 2012, 4:51 pm #6

Fvcking moronic SSIK!Even Iraq signed contract for Reconnaissance Systems pods while we still wait for fvcking jews!Who the hell gave that order to Israelies who messed at first time in 2005!Our moronic SSIK did same in 2009 too.Result no Reconnaissance Pods for us!
Bu LOROP ihalesini israile verenin sülalesini............

July 13/12: Goodrich Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems in Westford, MA received a $71.5 million firm-fixed-price, time and materials, and cost-reimbursable, unfinalized contract action/letter contract for 4 DB-110 reconnaissance pod systems, for use on Iraqs F-16IQ fighters. The amount involved suggests a substantial training, infrastructure, and service component, in addition to the pods; Omans cost for its same-day 4-pod contract was just $34.3 million.

Goodrichs exportable derivative of the U-2 spy planes SYERS cameras offer 3 separate optical fields of view, and the pod has been ordered by 12 customers: Britain (Tornado), Egypt (F-16 C/D), Iraq (F-16C/D), Japan (P-3), Morocco (F-16C/D), Poland (F-16 C/D), Oman (F-16C/D), Pakistan (F-16C/D), Saudi Arabia (F-15S), the UAE (F-16E/F), and the USA. The DB-110 can be operated autonomously on F-16s, controlled by the pods reconnaissance management system, while imagery is viewed on the cockpit video display. Iraqs Dec 15/10 and Nov 14/11 DSCA requests each specified up to 4 pods, as a competition between BAEs AARS and Goodrichs DB-110. The DB-110 appears to have won, and its a fairly high-end system to export to any source that creates security concerns. Then again, Pakistan and Egypt already operate them.

Work is to be complete by Sept 30/18. The ASC/WINK at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH manages the contract on behalf of its Foreign Military Sale client.

source :http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/Ira ... ers-05057/

thanks musti
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