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MessageSujet: S-400   Sam 23 Fév 2008 - 2:04

MINSK, February 21 (RIA Novosti) - Belarus is negotiating the purchase of advanced S-400 air defense systems from Russia, the country's defense minister said on Thursday. The S-400 Triumf (SA-21 Growler) is a new air defense missile system developed by the Almaz Central Design Bureau as an upgrade of the S-300 family.
"The purchase of S-400 systems is being negotiated [with Russia]," Leonid Maltsev told a news conference in Minsk.
Belarus submitted last year a formal request for two S-400 battalions to be made available by 2010.
Almaz General Director Igor Ashurbeili previously said that S-400 production for export could start in 2009. Russia has already deployed an S-400 battalion to protect the air space around Moscow, and plans to put another battalion on combat duty in the same region in 2008.
Russia has been reluctant so far to export its new air defense systems, but recent U.S. steps to deploy missile defense elements in Poland and the Czech Republic may convince the Russian leadership to share the advances in military technology with allies in the region.
The Belarusian defense minister said that although it was a matter of a bilateral agreement between the U.S. and Poland, the placement of 10 U.S. missile interceptors in Europe undermined the balance of forces in the region.
Maltsev said the Belarusian army had been modernizing its weaponry and the S-400 missile systems would be a desirable addition to its revamped arsenal.
The S-400 is designed to intercept and destroy airborne targets at a distance of up to 400 kilometers (250 miles), or twice the range of the U.S. MIM-104 Patriot, and 2.5 times that of the S-300PMU-2.
The system is believed to have high capability to destroy stealth aircraft, cruise missiles, and ballistic missiles with an effective range of up to 3,500 kilometers (2,200 miles), and a speed of up to 4.8 kilometers (3 miles) per second.
A regular S-400 battalion comprises at least eight launchers and 32 missiles and a mobile command post, according to various sources.

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Sam 23 Fév 2008 - 15:04

Le S-400 a tellement une longue portée qu'ils veulent juste une batterie Razz .
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MessageSujet: S-400   Ven 11 Avr 2008 - 12:47



La Russie vient de mettre en service ce qui pourrait être le meilleur missile de défense aérienne au monde. Depuis le 6 août, le premier bataillon de missile S-400 Triumf (nom de code Otan : SA-20) est opérationnel à Elektrostal, une ville située à une cinquantaine de kilomètres à l'est de Moscou.

Le S-400 est à la fois un système capable d'engager des avions, mais aussi des missiles et cela à très longue portée. Sa portée maximale serait de 400 kilomètres (soit le double des Patriot PAC3 américains), jusqu'à une altitude de 30 kilomètres. "C'est un élément clé dans la construction d'un bouclier antimissile de théâtre" assurent les militaires russes. Des essais, conduits les 12 et 13 juillet sur le site de Kapustin Yar, dans la région d'Astrakhan, ont permis d'intercepter deux cibles : l'une volant à 2,8 km/sec (10.000 km/h) et l'autre à une altitude de 56 kilomètres. Cette altitude correspond à la moitié de l'apogée d'un missile intercontinental. Selon l'armée russe, le S-400 est destiné à intercepter des missiles d'une portée maximale de 3500 kilomètres, jusqu'à des vitesses de plus de Mach 15. Le système S-400 peut également tirer un missile plus léger, le 9M96, conçu pour l'interception des missiles de croisière (volant à basse altitude) jusqu'à 120 kilomètres.

Le S-400, construit par NPO Almaz, sera présenté publiquement pour la première fois lors du salon de l'aérospatial Maks qui se déroulera à Moscou du 21 au 26 août. D'ici 2015, la Russie souhaite équiper 20 divisions, à raison d'un bataillon de 8 à 12 lanceurs par division. Le S-400 sera proposé à l'exportation à partir de 2009, assure son fabriquant. La Chine est déjà sur les rangs pour en acquérir.

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Sam 12 Avr 2008 - 20:29

On pourrait etre le premier pays a avoir des S-400 hors Russie... Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Dim 13 Avr 2008 - 12:21

barbaros pacha a écrit:
On pourrait etre le premier pays a avoir des S-400 hors Russie... Very Happy

le maroc avait deja fait des negociations avec la russie pour avoir cette arme, mais jusqu'a mintenant, ya rien

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Dim 13 Avr 2008 - 15:58

plutôt sur le système S300 non le S400 lol!
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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Dim 13 Avr 2008 - 16:07

GLA a écrit:
plutôt sur le système S300 non le S400 lol!
euh ! non j'avai entandu que c'etait des S-400

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Dim 13 Avr 2008 - 16:59

non jimax 300


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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Dim 13 Avr 2008 - 20:29

c'est des 300 ds le même contra ou proposition (négocier bien sur) que le t90 d’ailleurs c’a en est ou ???
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MessageSujet: S-400   Sam 11 Avr 2009 - 16:48

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S-400 (SA-20 Triumf)


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The S-400, also known by its NATO designation, SA-20 Triumf, is an advanced Russian surface-to-air missile system. Once operational, it will be able to destroy aircraft, cruise missiles, and short- and medium-range ballistic missiles at ranges of up to 400 kilometers. The Russians eventually plan to phase out their existing S-200 (NATO: SA-5 Gammon) and S-300P (NATO: SA-10 Grumble) systems and replace them with S-400 complexes.(1)



By the late 1990s, it was widely acknowledged that Russia had fallen behind the U.S. in missile defense. Not wanting to let its technology and expertise go to waste, Moscow decided to build a new air-defense missile system, one that would surpass even the U.S. Patriot. According to Vladimir Simonov, General Director of the Russian Agency for Control Systems, the main focus was on getting Russia’s lagging programs “back on their feet.”(2) From the beginning, the project was shrouded in secrecy: neither its purpose, nor its parameters, nor even its name were disclosed to the public, although speculation was rampant.(3)



In January 1999, the Russian Air Force formally announced that it had developed a new air defense system known as the S-400.(4) Designed by the Russian Almaz Central Design Bureau, the S-400 was a thoroughly modernized version of the older S-300P system, versions of which dated back to the late 1960s.(5) The S-400 was reportedly capable of destroying a wide range of targets, including tactical and strategic aircraft, radar observation and targeting planes, cruise missiles, and short- and medium-range ballistic missiles.(6) According to Aleksandr Lemanskiy, Director-General of Almaz, the new system had “no parallels.”(7)



Most of the excitement surrounding the S-400 announcement centered on its new long-range missile, which the Fakel Machine Building Design Bureau was still in the final stages of developing. According to the Russians, the new missile featured an advanced seeker head capable of tracking targets well beyond the horizon line. It had a range of up to 400 kilometers, giving it approximately 2.5 times the range of the S-300P and twice the range of the U.S. Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) system, thus making it the superior missile. Once operational, the Russians claimed, the new S-400 missile would be able to home in on short- and medium-range ballistic missiles, as well as reconnaissance aircraft, stealth bombers, and other high-flying, fast-moving targets.(8 )



In addition to the new long-range missile, the Russians revealed that the S-400 would be armed with lightweight 9M96 missiles to counter low-flying targets. Each 9M96 interceptor would have a range of approximately 120 kilometers and feature a gas-dynamic control system that would allow it to perform intricate low-altitude maneuvers. The Russians claimed that, in order to hasten the S-400’s deployment, the 9M96 interceptors would be made compatible with the existing S-300P launchers. Thus, a standard S-300P launcher originally designed to carry four 5V55 or 48N6 missiles would now be used to transport up to 16 9M96 missiles. In addition, the S-400 would use the S-300P control complex and multifunctional radar, thus allowing for a smooth, cost-efficient transition between the two systems.(9)



In February 1999, initial tests of the S-400 began at the Kapustin Yar site in Astrakhan.(10) Reports indicate that these tests were largely successful. In early 2001, Moscow announced that the S-400 would be deployed that year by the Russian military, and would also be made available for export on the world arms market.(11) Shortly thereafter, however, the S-400 program began to encounter a series of financial difficulties and technical problems that caused it to fall behind schedule, a trend that continued over the next two years.(12)



In mid-2003, after numerous delays and considerable bureaucratic infighting, it began to look as if the S-400 was nearing completion. That August, however, two high-ranking Russian military officials, Colonel General Alexei Moskovsky, Chief of the Armament Department of the Armed Forces, and General Anatoly Kvashnin, Chief of the General Staff, expressed their concerns that the S-400 was being tested using “obsolete” interceptors from the S-300P (such as the 48N6 missile). They concluded that the system was still not yet ready for production.(13) Moscow once again decided to delay the S-400’s scheduled deployment, this time until 2005 or 2006.(14)



In February 2004, the Russian Air Force announced that state tests of the S-400 had been completed and that the system was finally ready for production.(15) Two months later, Interfax-Military News Agency reported that an upgraded 48N6DM long-range interceptor had successfully destroyed a test ballistic missile. An Almaz-Antey official stated that “the system launched the upgraded 48N6DM long-range missile. The missile was guided to the target with precision, while the tasks set have been fulfilled.”(16) Despite these recent successes, it remains unclear when the S-400 will begin mass production.



Nevertheless, Moscow has been aggressively marketing the S-400 throughout Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Many believe that China will be Russia’s main customer. Between 2003 and 2004, China spent approximately $500 million on future S-400 systems, which accounts for the 7 percent increase in China’s foreign weapons acquisitions during that period.(17) In addition to China, Russia has offered the S-400 to the United Arab Emirates, once in 2002 and again in 2004.(18 ) There is also speculation that Iran, a potential nuclear power, is currently seeking to acquire its own batch of S-400 missiles.(19)



It is evident that, once the S-400 completes its final tests and enters production, it will quickly become one of the most sought after missile defense systems in the world.
http://www.missilethreat.com/missiledefensesystems/id.52/system_detail.asp

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The Triumf S-400 is a new generation of air defense and theater anti-missile weapon developed by the Almaz Central Design Bureau as an evolution of the S-300PMU [SA-10] family. This new system is intended to detect and destroy airborne targets at a distance of up to 400 km (2- 2.5 times greater than the previous S-300PMU system). The Triumf system includes radars capable of detecting low-signature targets. And the anti-missile capability of the system has been increased to the limits established by the ABM Treaty demarcation agreements -- it can intercept targets with velocities of up to 4.8 km/sec, corresponding to a ballistic missile range of 3,500 km.
The system was developed through the cooperation of the Almaz Central Design Bureau, Fakel Machine Building Design Bureau, Novosibirsk Scientific Research Institute of Instruments, St. Petersburg Design Bureau of Special Machine Building and other enterprises.

The Fakel Machine Building Design Bureau has developed two new missiles for Triumf.

The "big" missile [designation otherwise unknown] has a range of up to 400 km and will be able to engage "over- the-horizon [OTH]" targets using a new seeker head developed by Almaz Central Design Bureau. This seeker can operate in both a semiactive and active mode, with the seeker switched to a search mode on ground command and homing on targets independently. Targets for this missile include airborne early warning and control aircraft as well as jammers.
The 9M96 missile is designed to destroy aircraft and air- delivered weapons at ranges in excess of 120 km. The missile is small-- considerably lighter than the ZUR 48N6Ye used in the S-300PMU1 systems and the Favorit. The missile is equipped with an active homing head and has an estimated single shot kill probability of 0.9 for manned aircraft and 0.8 for unmanned maneuvering aircraft. a gas-dynamic control system enables the 9M96 missile to maneuver at altitudes of up to 35 km at forces of over 20g, which permits engagment of non- strategic ballistic missiles. A mockup of the missile was set up at an Athens arms exhibition in October 1998. One 9M96 modification will become the basic long-range weapon of Air Force combat aircraft, and may become the standardized missile for air defense SAM systems, ship-launched air defense missile systems, and fighter aircraft.
These new missiles can be accomodated on the existing SAM system launchers of the S-300PMU family. A container with four 9M96's can be installed in place of one container with the 5V55 or 48N6 missiles, and thus the the standard launcher intended for four 48N6Ye missiles can accommodate up to 16 9M96Ye missiles. Triumf provides for the greatest possible continuity with systems of the S-300PMU family (PMU1, PMU2), making it possible to smoothly change over to the production of the new generation system. It will include the previous control complex, though supporting not six but eight SAM systems, as well as multifunctional radar systems illumination and guidance, launchers, and associated autonomous detection and target indication systems.
The state tests of the S-400 system reportedly began in 1999, with the initial test on 12 February 1999. As of May 1999 the testing of S-400 air defense system was reportedly nearing completion at Kapustin Yar, with the first systems of this kind to be delivered to the Moscow Air Force and Air Defense District in the fourth quarter of 1999. However, as of August 1999 government testing of the S-400 was slated to begin at the end of 1999, with the first system complex slated for delivery in late 2000. The sources of the apparent one-year delay in the program are unclear, though they may involve some combination of technical and financial problems with this program. Russian air defense troops conducted a test of the new anti-aircraft missile system S-400 on 07 April 2000. At that time, Air Force Commander Anatoly Kornukov said that serial production of the new system would begin in June 2000. Kornukov said air defense troops would get one S-400 launcher system by the end of 2000, but it would be armed with missiles of the available S-300 system.

On condition of normal funding, radars with an acquisition range of 500-600 km should become operational by 2002-2003. However, other sources report that while it was ordered by the Defence Ministry, the military has nothing to pay for it with, so it is unclear when the Russian military will get this new weapon.

The Russian Air Force is studying a reduction in the number of types of air defense weapons, and it is possible that Triumf will become the only system being developed, providing defense both in the close-range and mid-range as well long-range zones.
http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/russia/airdef/s-400.htm

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Sam 11 Avr 2009 - 17:02

Le cousin chinoix.

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HQ-19 (S-400) (China), Defensive weapons


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It is now believed that the Russian S-400 Triumf (Chinese designator HQ-19) surface-to-air missile system was a joint development programme with China. The system uses the same sensors, battle management and launch vehicles as the Russian S-300 (SA-10/-20 'Grumble') and Chinese HQ-9/-15. The S-400 introduces three new missiles, the 9M96, 9M96/2 and the 40N6, which can be fitted in new canisters replacing all or some of the S-300 missile canisters on the TEL. It is believed that a new TEL vehicle has been developed specifically to carry the S-400 missiles, and that this is a wheeled vehicle carrying six to eight missiles. The 9M96 missile has a length of 4.75 m, a body diameter of 0.24 m, a launch weight of 333 kg, and a 24 kg HE warhead. Guidance is inertial with command updates and an active radar terminal seeker. The missile has a two-stage solid propellant motor system, with a maximum range of 40 km. The second stage has lateral thrust motors to improve manoeuvrability in the terminal phase, similar to the US PAC-3 design. It can intercept targets from 5 m up to 20 km altitude. The 9M96/2 missile has a length of 5.65 m, a body diameter of 0.24 m, and a launch weight of 420 kg. The two missiles share the same separating second stage, but have different boost motors. The 9M96/2 missile has a maximum range of 120 km, and can intercept targets from 5 m up to 30 km altitude. The 40N6 version

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Sam 11 Avr 2009 - 18:06

Je croyais que le HQ-19 était seulement une copie du S400, alors qu'ils disent que les programme est commun .... Shocked

Le HQ-19 serait équivalent au S400 russe.... scratch

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Sam 11 Avr 2009 - 18:11

et c'est jane's qui le dit en plus...!!!

il figure même sur la '' Jane's Strategic Weapon Systems subscription service''

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The full document for HQ-19 (S-400) (China) is offered by Jane’s Information Group as part of its Jane's Strategic Weapon Systems subscription service, available in both hardcopy and electronic formats.

You may purchase a full subscription to this service through the Jane’s Online Catalogue.

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source:même lien que le mail ci-dessus.
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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Sam 11 Avr 2009 - 18:16

Il vaut mieux pour les Russes de développer une arme avec les Chinois, ce qui fait qu'ils participent au moins aux frais de recherche, plutôt que de les voir copier le résultat final
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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Ven 14 Aoû 2009 - 17:36

Mtn y´a meme le S-500 Exclamation

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Russie: la défense aérospatiale sera dotée de missiles S-400 et S-500 (commandant)
19:20 | 11/ 08/ 2009

MOSCOU, 11 août - RIA Novosti. Les brigades de défense aérospatiale russes seront dotées de missiles sol-air S-400 Triumph et de nouveaux missiles S-500, a annoncé mardi à Moscou le commandant en chef de l'Armée de l'air russe, le général Alexandre Zeline.

"Nous avons déjà créé des brigades de défense aérospatiale conformément à la nouvelle conception de la défense aérospatiale. Les brigades seront dotées des missiles sol-air S-400 et S-500", a indiqué le général.

Quant aux missiles S-500, "il ne s'agit pas d'une version modernisée des S-400, ce sont des armes capables de détruire des cibles supersoniques et balistiques", a précisé le commandant en chef. La création des S-500 est confiée au groupe Almaz-Anteï, auteur des S-400.
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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Ven 14 Aoû 2009 - 20:56

ça explique pourquoi la russie accepte désormais l'idée d'exporter le S-400
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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Ven 14 Aoû 2009 - 21:02

Si le S400 est aussi performant qu'on le dit, les russes vont faire un carton sur le marché de l'armement.

Par contre j'en connais à l'ouest qui vont faire la gueule ...Wink

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Ven 14 Aoû 2009 - 21:03

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S-500
The S-500 is described as an upgraded version of the S-400 SA-20 Triumf, which is estimated to be capable of engaging target missiles with ranges of up to 3,500 kilometers. Almost no information is available on the S-500, but it is assumed to have capabilities that go beyond those specified in the 1997 demarcation thresholds allowed for tactical anti-ballistic missile systems under the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty. It is reported that Russia has not undertaken actual development of the S-500, due to a lack of funding, and have consequently proposed joint development of the system with the United States.
Although sharing a similar designation, the relationship between this new S-500 and the S-500U project of the 1960s is unclear. The S-500U multichannel antiaircraft system was a 1968 initiative by the National Air Defense Troops, Navy, Ministry of the Radio Industry and Ministry of the Shipbuilding Industry to create a unified complex for the National Air Defense Troops, Navy and Ground Troops. Missiles of the S-500U complex were supposed to engage enemy aircraft at a range up to 100 km. The S-500U SAM complex project was rejected by the Ground Troops, which had a requirement to engage not only enemy aircraft, but also short range ballistic missiles. Consequently the S-300 family [SA-10 and SA-12] was developed instead.
http://www.fas.org/spp/starwars/program/soviet/s-500.htm

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Currently in the blueprint stage, the S-500 is a Russian surface-to-air missile system that, if developed, will be able to track and destroy ballistic missiles with ranges of up to 3,500 kilometers. At present, however, reports indicate that Russia has not yet started building the S-500, apparently due to a lack of funds.(1)



In June 2000, Secretary of Defense William Cohen and Rep. Curt Weldon (R-PA), Chair of the House Armed Services Committee’s Military Research and Development Subcommittee, led a U.S. delegation to Moscow to meet with Russian Deputy Defense Minister Nikolai Mikhailov and several top-ranking Russian generals. In a series of discussions, two new Russian surface-to-air missile systems were mentioned: the S-400 (NATO: SA-20 Triumf), then still under development, and the S-500, which existed solely on paper.(2)



According to Mikhailov, Russia had completed theoretical calculations on the S-500 and, if deployed, the system would outperform the S-400 as well as the U.S. Patriot Advanced Capability-3 system. Mikhailov acknowledged, however, that Moscow lacked the financial resources to complete the project. Seizing the opportunity, Weldon suggested to Mikhailov that the U.S. and Russia create a joint missile defense system, one that would incorporate S-500 technology, U.S. funding, and the strategic expertise of both nations.(3) Mikhailov seemed intrigued by the idea, but refused to offer any more specifics about the S-500.(4)



After the U.S. delegation returned to Washington and Rep. Weldon reported his findings to the House Armed Services Committee, naysayers immediately argued that Moscow would use U.S. taxpayer dollars to fund its military experiments, which were in direct violation of the 1972 ABM Treaty (still in existence at the time).(5) If indeed the S-500 had been developed and it had lived up to Russians expectations, as described, it would have violated the ABM Treaty’s 1997 demarcation agreements, which allowed for only short range or “tactical” anti-ballistic missile systems.(6) At the time, the S-400 and its upgraded version, the Antey-2500, were barely below the demarcation threshold. The Russians claimed that the S-500 would outperform S-400 by a wide margin.(7)



Nevertheless, the Pentagon began examining options for a joint missile defense system, one that would strengthen political, military, and economic ties between the two nations.( 8 ) Jacques Gansler, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics, attempted to quell dissent by stating that such a collaborative system would not replace U.S. efforts to build its own national missile defense system. As Gansler put it, the S-500 would be a “compliment to our systems, rather than a replacement.”(9) Many missile defense proponents in the U.S. understood that such a collaboration would encourage both nations to move away from the archaic 1972 ABM Treaty.



Moscow ended the debate in early 2001 by rejecting the U.S. proposal for cooperation.(10) In April 2001, however, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the future exportation of the S-500 to Europe and elsewhere in order to counter U.S. efforts to build a NATO-wide missile defense network.(11)



Addressing the House Armed Services Committee in July 2001, Rep. Weldon expressed his dissatisfaction with the Russian Defense Ministry. According to Weldon, the Russians had attempted to cover up the fact that its S-500 plans were in open violation of the ABM Treaty: “Nobody is involved with Russia as much as I am, but I can tell you, there are people in the Russian Defense Ministry I don’t trust. . . . There’s a pattern here of deliberate attempts to mislead America and the allies on what Russia’s ultimate plans are.” Weldon stressed that the U.S. needed to stick to President Ronald Reagan’s theory of “trust, but verify.”(12)



Nevertheless, Weldon and others continued to push for a joint U.S.-Russian system incorporating the S-500 design. In May 2004, two years after the U.S. withdrew from the ABM Treaty, the Congressman traveled to Moscow and reiterated his offer: “You designed . . . the S-500 system but lack money. We can build it together.” Weldon emphasized that such a system would protect both the U.S. and Russia from the growing threat of weapons of mass destruction from Asia, the Middle East, and elsewhere.(13) At present, however, there is no evidence that Russia plans to collaborate with the U.S. on the S-500.
http://www.missilethreat.com/missiledefensesystems/id.54%20/system_detail.asp
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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Ven 14 Aoû 2009 - 21:25

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Par contre j'en connais à l'ouest qui vont faire la gueule ...Wink

les sardines Question
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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Ven 14 Aoû 2009 - 21:39

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les sardines Question
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non leur voisin ...Very Happy

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Ven 14 Aoû 2009 - 22:02

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Ven 14 Aoû 2009 - 23:36

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Par contre j'en connais à l'ouest qui vont faire la gueule ...Wink

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MessageSujet: Re: S-400   Mar 16 Fév 2010 - 15:07

En voilà une info...

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The S-400 is believed to be able to destroy stealth aircraft, cruise missiles and ballistic missiles, and is effective at ranges up to 3,500 kilometers (2,200 miles) and speeds up to 4.8 kilometers (3 miles) per second.

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