https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/29063/marine-anti-drone-buggies-on-uss-boxer-knocked-down-threatening-iranian-droneThe Pentagon says that personnel on the Wasp class amphibious assault ship USS Boxer knocked down an Iranian drone that came within a "threatening range" as the ship sailed through the volatile Strait of Hormuz. Subsequent reports said that a U.S. Marine Corps all-terrain vehicle with an anti-drone detection and jamming system sitting on the ship's flight deck brought down the unmanned aircraft with an electronic warfare attack.
А хоть одно "вывсеврете" было от персиков? Есои даже они не опровергают инфу от Дональда с чего бы нам конспиралогией страдать?Персики предоставили пруф сбитого самолетака.
От амеров будет пруф?
Ну ты наивный.А хоть одно "вывсеврете" было от персиков? Есои даже они не опровергают инфу от Дональда с чего бы нам конспиралогией страдать?
Жду фото от аммеров чисто из спорт интереса..узнать на сколько целый приземленный пипелац
Это не отрецание..это в переводе с дип отмахок. сбили но докажите что наше. Отрецание это - все наши машины вернулись на базы.Ну ты наивный.
Конечно же персики отрицают.
Two Iranian vessels have been stranded for weeks at Brazilian ports, unable to head back to Iran due to lack of fuel, which state-run oil firm Petrobras refuses to sell them due to sanctions imposed by the United States.
The vessels Bavand and Termeh came to Brazil a couple months ago carrying urea, a petrochemical product used as fertilizer. They were expected to load corn and return to Iran, but lacked enough fuel for the trip, the port operator in Paranaguá told Reuters.
Food is not covered by U.S. sanctions, and Iran is one of the largest buyers of Brazil’s agricultural commodities, importing more than 2.5 million tonnes of Brazilian corn so far this year — more than any other country.
However, that trade is not usually carried by ships flying the Iranian flag. When the vessels are Iranian, they usually come with enough fuel to return without refueling.
Bavand and Termeh were among several ships owned by Iranian state company Sapid Shipping Co that have brought urea to Brazil this year and returned with corn. Urea is included in the U.S. sanctions, but a local company decided to take that business.
Iran is working to boost petrochemical sales as sanctions hammer its oil industry. The Brazilian urea market was one target.
If the vessels are unable to find a fuel company that does not follow U.S. sanctions, a solution of last resort could be for Iran to send a ship with fuel resupply to Brazil.
The ships are at bay in the Paranaguá port in southern Paraná state, the port’s press service confirmed to Reuters. The Bavand is loaded with 50,000 tonnes of corn, while the Termeh remains scheduled to load 66,000 tonnes of corn.
“The vessels from all other exporters continue to operate without problems. I don’t expect any impact from this to that trade. Food is out of sanctions,” said ANEC’s director Sérgio Mendes.
Brazil’s right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has worked to forge closer relations with U.S. President Donald Trump as well as Iranian foe Israel.
Да, израильские технологии в действии
По уставу надо маскировать, значит, маскируй и не задавай вопросы.Маскировочная сеть на девайсе, как я понял---от солнца? Он же не в кустах прячется.
Чо там в уставе прописано про маскировку на flight deck?