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Mig-29; mitos y realidades

Mensaje por Cevarez el Dom 3 Jun - 13:10

Abro este hilo, porque hace algunos dias lei en el foro FMG, un debate de un forista nuestro donde expresaba su opinion desfavorable sobre el mig-29 (principalmente evaluando su desempeño en el Golfo). Esto (como buen "fulcrofilo" Very Happy) me hizo indagar acerca del aparato en cuestion. Y me consegui alguna informacion interesante. A continuacion posteo lo hallado.

Su-27: Russia's Top Fighter of the Cold War?
By Iain Norman

When discussing all the fighters produced by the Soviet Union it seems as though the words ”best” and ”Flanker” go together much too easily. The general view that the top fighter created by the Soviets for use during the Cold War was the Sukhoi Su-27 seems to be firmly implanted in the minds of the general public. Some, however, defend a different view; that of the most useful aircraft built for the purpose of shooting down the F-15 and F-16 was not in fact the Su-27 or the MiG-31 (its role being confined to cruise missile and bomber interception) but the MiG-29. Many will be quick to point out its faults so for the purpose of giving the reader a chance to compare the two (Su-27 and MiG-29) it would be in order to outline some of the generally acknowledged strengths and limitations of the respective aircraft.

Strengths of Su-27:
- long endurance
- heavy armament, including up to six R-27 (R-27R/R1, R-27ER, R-27T/ET)
- reasonably good sensors with a long-range radar
- excellent maneuverability

Weaknesses of MiG-29:
- very limited range
- carries a maximum of only two R-27s (R-27R/R1), which it is not likely to use due to weak sensors, and heavy reliance on GCI
- weak processing capability and vulnerability to any kind of jamming

If one takes all the above at face value it would seem that there is no ground for an argument. The Su-27 appears to be a wonder fighter and the MiG-29 a very limited airplane. On a second view many of these ”common attributes” of the Su-27 are in fact meaningless or simply very limited in their meaning. Let us take them one at a time.

Range It should be said from the start that range is indeed a true attribute of the Su-27, but with its undoubted strength come many weaknesses; one of the main tradeoffs is the weight penalty. This translates into poor maneuverability which will be discussed in detail in the next section. However what it basically amounts to is that the Su-27 cannot achieve AoA and G level close to those of the MiG unless it is carrying only 60% of its maximum amount of fuel. Which gives of course a much smaller range if the mission profile calls for the possibility of having to maneuver during the flight. In an all out scenario of war over central Europe the general chaos of the situation could well mandate such a requirement. At 60% fuel load and Su-27’s maximum range is (assuming an optimal range profile of Mach 0.8, 13,000 m) roughly 1860km. This takes into account 400kg of fuel for startup, taxi, and takeoff procedures, 1100kg for the climb, and 370kg for reserve.

The MiG-29 most assuredly is a very limited range aircraft but this fault was rectified to some extent in the MiG-29 Fulcrum C (9.13) which added a so-called ”hump back” saddle style fuel tank on the spine of the plane. This hump contained more fuel and an active jammer, offsetting probably the most valid of the concerns about the plane. However most of the room created by the spine was taken up by the jammer and the amount of fuel (translated to little extra flight time. But an increase however slight was still, to some extent, useful. One also has to consider that the intended role of the MiG-29 was that of ”battlefield air superiority”, and thus was not intended to undertake long combat patrols but rather to be more of a defensive interceptor. The MiG-29 carries less fuel, but is also smaller and far less probable to be seen from long ranges like the Su-27; when used in its intended role and with designed support, MiG-29’s disadvantages are also not as bad. A MiG-29 Fulcrum A (9.12) carrying a centerline fuel tank will need 400kg of fuel for startup, taxi and takeoff, 500kg for a engagement (including one minute of afterburner) and will usually need to have 1,000kg reserve for the return to base. This will leave 2,500kg of fuel for operations: enough to travel 408nm at Mach .8 at 40,000ft with five minutes loiter time. From the bases in East Germany this would be enough to get over southern England. Or to put it another way, at the optimal range profile (Mach 0.8, 13,000 m) assuming expenditures of fuel for startup, taxi, and climb to 13,000 ft at roughly 1180kg, the MiG is left with 2100kg for flight. Assuming that the peak of the decent to land back at the airfield is made roughly 100km out and at idle power, the maximum range of the MiG-29 (at Mach 0.Cool is roughly 1450km. With the centerline tank that becomes 2090km. Este es el problema. Aunque tengas un avion grande y lleves mucho combustible, esto hace mella en la maniobrabilidad o mas bien, en la resistencia estructural producto del peso. Es como maniobrar con las alas cargadas de bombas.

Thus carrying the centerline tank the MiG-29 can actually out range an Su-27 at 60% fuel. Now of course the tank does impose some constraints on the MiG. However it would be emptied first before the internal tanks and then dropped. It should also be said that the Soviets would have operated their Su-27s with more than 60% fuel to allow for startup, taxi, takeoff, and climb procedures giving the Su-27 pilot 60% when he reached his preferred altitude.

Maneuverability Both of these planes are famous for their maneuverability, their designers went to great lengths to insure superior maneuverability dow to the last10% of their performance. The MiG-29 in particular wears the crown of ”the most maneuverable aircraft in the world” according to many opinions. This is a true virtue of the plane, and in general one sees the MiG much less overrated than the Su-27. The MiG was designed for maneuverability at slow speeds (below 350 kts) and it is acknowledged by F-16 pilots that it is much more maneuverable than their own highly agile mounts in this flight regime. This slow speed maneuverability allows the plane great ability to point the nose. In conjunction with the HMS (Helmet Mounted Sight) and the R-73, this offers huge advantages in the capability to point the plane towards the potential target and to snap a missile off. In this arena, the MiG-29 constitutes a highly potent threat.

The Su-27 on the other hand cannot achieve full AOA and G ratings until internal fuel has been reduced to 60% ( (assuming that the maximum fuel load has been carried), meaning that a long range mission must account for not being cappable of efficent close-range combat until 40% of the fuel has been used. The technical reasons behind this limitation are simple; when fuel is reduced to by 40% the No.1 fuel tank, located behind the cockpit, and the No.4 tanks, located in the wings, are emptied. The importance of this lies in the No.1 tank which when full has an adverse affect on the plane’s center of gravity, moving it forward of the optimal balance. Thus when it is emptied the plane’s manvering cappabilities rise sharply. This fact means that the mission planning has to be very precise when it comes to the fuel – which is easy during training, but something almost impossible under real combat circumstances. In the case of any kind of unplanned engagements the plane has to get rid of fuel overload; jettisoning BVR missiles is also a very real possibility as they constitute a weight and aerodynamic penalty. Only once the Flanker is lightened to a certain extent it is highly maneuverable. However the Su-27 does possess an analog fly-by-wire system, something not employed by the MiG-29.

BVR (Beyond Visual Range) Capability The main BVR weapon of both types is the R-27 (AA-10 Alamo), a missile actually specially developed for the Su-27. The Su-27 can carry a maximum of up to ten R-27R/R1/ER/T/ETs, while the MiG-29 can carry a maximum of two R-27R/R1/Ts.

Clearly, the armament of the Su-27 is much heavier, but the question is if this is actually as important in modern air warfare and how does this amount to in a fast moving engagement? Not that much. First of all it should be mentioned, that modern fighters do not have much time to use their weapons, nor are they likely to confront dozens of opponents. Modern air combats are characterized by their high speed and short duration: the results of the engagements are usually decided after the first exchange, and the subsequent loss of the situational awareness means that pilots from both sides will try to disengage in order to avoid being surprised by so eventually undetected enemy. The N-001 and the N-019 are heavily specialized for exactly this kind of engagements: they are mechanically scanned arrays they can only illuminate one target at a time, which in turn means that only one target can be engaged by SARH missiles. This brings to bear grave concern on validity of carrying a full load of six SARH missiles, as the aircraft is almost 95% sure to be able to attack only one target per mission. Thus the superiority in the number of weapons the Su-27 can carry is questionable, to say at least: it is not likely to engage more than one target per mission, it will carry the same mix of IR guided R-27Ts or R-27ETs as well as the R-27Rs and R-27ERs, but is very likely to be overloaded with weapons which it is not likely to use. Aqui pienso que es una medio verdad, medio mentira. Aunque es cierto que los misiles SARH tienen el problema de necesitar modos STT, por lo cual, no son lo mejor para sacar el maximo provecho de un caza asi (incluso del f-15 con AIM-7), este tipo de cosas se resuelven con los misiles ARH. Y si hablamos del misil SARH, una vez que el avion engancha a su presa, esta puede hacer maniobras evasivas, bien para romper el "lock" o para evadir el misil, dando tiempo al avion atacante a lanzar un segundo pepino.

Due to their guidance system of homing onto the heat emissions the T and ET are fire and forget missiles. But they have major disadvantages: they do not possess a data link like SARH verstions, which means they can only be fired when the actual missile seeker is locked onto the heat emissions of the target. This severely limits the range that the T and ET can be launched at, despite their aerodynamic capabilities, and their powerfull motors. Also it is important to note that the range for detection with the radar drastically decreases in a tail-chase. So the R-27T/ET are really only useful in a tail-chase were the performance of the SARH missiles falls off and the IR homers have better range than in a head on aspect (this better range is due to the fact that the heat emissions of the target are much more prominent to the rear of the plane which, in a tail chase, would be facing toward the Su-27). So in reality, a combination of the two homing methods would be to the plane’s advantage: such combination is given on the MiG-29 as well as on the Su-27, but with the difference that the MiG-29 is more likely to engage at combat weights, and the Su-27 far more likely to be at overweight and within stress limitations at the moment of the first engagement. With other words: the MiG-29 will probably be ready to engage straight away, the Su-27 might need some precious time before the pilot will consider the condition – especially the weight factor – of this aircraft appropriate.

The MiG-29 can only carry two missiles, but it is standard practice – and a part of the training schedule - no matter what combination of R-27s is carried, to fire them at the same time and against the same target. This was due partly to having the problem of a unbalanced plane if one was left under one wing while the corresponding station on the other wing was left devoid of a R-27, which severely limits maneuverability (15? AoA instead of 24? AoA). In theory, the Su-27 behaves like a gunslinger: under ideal circumstances - and if its opponents would be kind enough to wait - it could engage up to three of them, one after the other, each with a pair of R-27R and R-27T. In practice, the opponents do not wait: either they engage (which brings them closer), or disengage (which distances them outside the missile envelope). So, the Su-27 is very likely not to be in condition to need all its theoretical armament. The MiG-29 will engage and fire only its single pair of R-27s. An added benefit is that the plane is immediately afterwards ready for a combat at closer ranges, and there is no question of dumping fuel or jettisoning weapons.

Radar Concerns The basic performances for the radars of the Su-27 and MiG-29 - i.e. detection ranges (all range figures are for a 3sq m target)
- N-001 (Su-27): 80-100km head-on and 40km from the rear
- N-019 (MiG-29): 75-85km head-on and 35km from the rear

Un poco sobre el radar n001 del su-27

The 1980s N001 is the first radar to be fitted to production Flankers. Initially developed with the aim of outperforming the APG-63 in the F-15A/C the developmental design, using a planar array antenna, not perform to expectation and the design was significantly revised, using components from the MiG-29's N019 multimode radar. The antenna arrangement is a much more conventional 1.1 metre diameter twisted Cassegrainian scaled from the N019 but still exploiting the large radome volume to effect.

Both radars can track ten targets and engage one at the time with R-27R missiles. Both operate in the 3cm wavelength, azimuth limits for the N-001 are +60? -60? and +67? and -67? for the N-019. Both radars have the ASCC designation ”Slot Back”. Both have twist-cassegrain antennas and are pulse-doppler designs. The N-001 has a definite range advantage, but both radars use the ts100 processor, which can perform 170,000 operations per second, so the Su-27 can claim no advantage in this area. It is interesting to note that while the Su-27 has a 15km range advantage (using the upper range figures or the lower figures) in the head-on aspect there is only a 5km range difference in the tail-chase aspect. Both radars have much in common, upwards of 70% of the components are shared (the exact figure has not been disclosed). The radars were a source of disappointment for both aircraft, much more advanced designs had been projected but the poor state of the Soviet electronics industry prevented this and older technology (namely the twist-cassegrain antennas) had to be used. The Su-27’s projected radar in particular was troubled, and the N-001 is basically the N-019 scaled up to fit the larger radome of the larger plane.

GCI (Ground Control Intercept) Reliance The heavy use of ground control interception radar stations by the Soviets was a policy well in place by the time the Su-27 and MiG-29 entered service. Y he aqui el por que del "fracaso" del mig en algunos conflictos It was often criticized by the West as not allowing flexibility in a flight and limiting the freedom of the pilot. All in all it was a technique that was thought to create pilots that were more reliant on GCI than on their own personal skills. While in fact the role of GCI was pretty similar to that of a Western AWACS -i.e. to provide advanced warning of and advice for how to engage targets – while introducing the MiG-29 and Su-27 into service the Soviets started developing their interception doctrines so to provide their pilots with the ability to operate autonomously. This is less so the case with the MiG-29, and slightly more with the Su-27: the MiG-29 was especially branded with the label of “GCI dependency”, but given the same basic radar technology and capabilities, this argument is actually irrelevant. Regardless if flying the MiG-29 or the Su-27, the pilots are trained to operate their radars powered up but not emitting (in the “standby mode”), then wait for the report from the GCI that their assigned targets are in range, and they should activate the radar: similar decisions are made solely by the pilots in western air forces. It is of extreme interest to note here, however, that Frontal Aviation (FA) pilots thought of their fellow pilots in the PVO, (the Soviet home defense air force) in a derogatory manner, as being heavily GCI reliant: in expectation of massive encounters with NATO fighters, the FA recognized that its GCI system could not properly track large air battles and would very likely lose the control of the developments. Therefore, the pilots were trained to make many of important decisions alone – just like their counterparts in the West. The PVO-pilots, however, were expected to intercept singular bombers which would try to penetrate the Soviet air space. Their GCI was likely to remain in control of all the developments for 99% of the time. Therefore, the PVO-pilots were trained to exactly follow the orders from their GCI.

Conclusion Given the above facts, the MiG-29 seems to have a small advantage, in as much as it is a “to do” type of aircraft: it is built to be scrambled, close at high speed and launch an attack against a single target using R-27s. If needed, the plane could then relay on its maneuverability and snap-shot capability to repeat the attack from a closer range. The Su-27, on the contrary, can be seen as a kind of a further development of the MiG-29, and is at best described as a flying SAM-site. Especially the ability to carry a large number of R-27R/ERs and T/ETs (the ER and ET are slightly improved versions of the R and T, respectively, which have improved motors enabling them to engage targes at higher speeds; nevertheless, their engagement envelopes remained the same). But, there is a huge problem that the Su-27 was developed in context with the Cold War. Without any surprise, it is constantly being redesigned ever since.

First of all the original design for the Su-27 (built in 1978) was unsatisfactory so a redesign was required. This was the T-10S. The first production Su-27S were to be delivered in 1984, but due to many problems with the plane as a complete weapons system delivery was delayed until 1985. Even these first twenty planes were only delivered to a test squadron by the production plant. Many additional problems then plagued the test unit, the avionics proving to be a major source of trouble. During 1985 the deliveries continued, and by 1989 a few hundred Su-27s were is service. But the system was only accepted as fully combat capable in 1990, showing that even in the period between 1985 and 1990 huge problems with reliability and the avionics existed. By contrast the MiG-29 had a remarkably smooth development and the integration of radar and avionics went very well in comparison.

In conclusion, it is obvious that one cannot possibly consider the Su-27 in a realistic light as it was not accepted into full service until 1990; by which time the Cold War was in all practicality over! With other words, while the Cold War was in full swing – in the mid to late 1980s - the MiG-29s of the 16th Air Army in East Germany were expected to do the job alone and without any help from Su-27s. The 16th Air Army was feared by NATO forces, and had the best pilots in Frontal Aviation service. An above average collection of pilots flying an above average machine; the best their country had to offer. As such, in Soviet service at the time, the MiG-29 was certainly a much more valuable combat system in that it arrived on time where as the Su-27 took far longer and in fact emerged in regular unit service only in the last years of the Cold War.

Ever since however the further developments of the Su-27 continue to fascinate the public

Aqui salen algunos detalles interesantes, mas alla de que el tema se centra en desmontar al su-27 como el mejor caza sovietico de la epoca.

Primero, esta mas que claro la doctrina sovietica de dependencia del GCI. Esto hace que basicamente, el mig-29 sea una especie de "misil tripulado", mas que una plataforma independiente. Ahora bien, dentro del cuadro sovietico esto es viable, debido a la redundancia del GCI, la densidad de defensa AA y la cantidad de aeronaves disponibles.

Este es el caso de los demas usuarios del mig-29, especialmente Iraq? Veamos

The Target - The Iraqi IADS

Australian Aviation published two brief reviews of Iraq's electronic order of battle, in November 1990 and April 1991. The Iraqi IADS was a composite system which integrated European and Soviet search and acquisition radars, and a range of Soviet and European SAM and AAA systems, all tied together with a French built Kari C3 (Command/Control/Communications) network. While smaller than the now defunct Soviet system in central Europe (Western TVD), the system had a respectable capability and comparable if not higher density of SAM and AAA systems, with considerable redundancy in communications links and hardened C3 facilities.

Organisationally the IADS was split into three principal elements, a national fixed site strategic system using fighters and SA-2 and SA-3 systems covering key airfields and strategic air defence sites, operated by the Iraqi air force. This system was supplemented by Republican Guard operated SAM and AAA systems covering key nuclear, biological and chemical warfare facilities. Finally, the Iraqi army had its own mobile radar, SAM and AAA systems tasked with protecting both fixed sites and units in the field.

Geographically the national IADS was split into several large zones, in each of which were located central local C3 facilities, one or more large hardened airbases and a network of communications links to fixed radar and SAM sites. Control of the whole network was centred in hardened facilities in the vicinity of Baghdad. While microwave links were used extensively, these were backed up by landlines.

The structure of the system reflected the Soviet Air Defence Force (PVO) and Army Air Defence (PVO-SV) models respectively. The strategic air defences employed large GCI/EW (Ground Controlled Intercept/Early Warning) radars such as the Soviet P-35M and P-37 Bar Lock, which were used for wide area surveillance and early warning, these large MTI (Moving Target Indicator - ie low PRF) E/F (2.6-3 GHz) band systems being situated at key geographical locations to cover principal air bases and population centres. Primer punto. Los iraquies montaron su sistema de defensa aerea (incluyendo su aviacion), basada en el modelo sovietico. Es decir, muy poca independencia del piloto y mucha dependencia del GCI.

Mas en http://www.ausairpower.net/Analysis-ODS-EW.html

Ahora bien, como en ese mismo articulo se expresa, la IADS fue puesta fuera de combate en las primeras horas del conflicto. Que sucede? no solo los mig-29 sino toda la iqaf se quedan practicamente a expensas de su propia experiencia y capacidad, sin el apoyo de la extensa red de control sobre la cual reposaba. Si a esto, le sumamos las condiciones de la IQAF, tanto politicas como militares, entonces encontraremos que los pilotos iraquies no estaban en lo absoluto preparados para un conflicto de este tipo.

Si desean leer sobre este tema http://www.airpower.au.af.mil/airchronicles/apj/apj92/win92/hurley.htm

Ahora, analicemos al caza. Los iraquies empleaban el mig-29A 9-12B. Comencemos por ver las capacidades del mig-29A original y empleado por la URSS.

MiG-29 (Índice De Fabrica 9.12; Izdeliye 5; Codigo "Fulcrum-A")

Primera versión del MiG-29 en entrar en servicio operacional con la Aviación Frontal de las Fuerzas Aérea Soviéticas (VVS-FA) durante el año de 1983, en los Regimientos 234º "Proskorovsky" GviAP (Gvardesiskiya Istrebeitelnyi Aviatsonnaya Polk - Regimiento de la Guardia de Aviación de Caza) basado en Kubinka y posteriormente en los regimientos 787º IAP (primero basado en Ros, Belarus para luego ser enviado a Finow en la GDR) y en el 176º IAP basado en Mikha Tskhakaya, Georgia.

Caza Aéreo Táctico monoplaza, diseñado primariamente para ser operado con apoyo de Control Terrestre. Entró en producción en la Planta de Producción de Mikoyan Gurevich en Lukhovitsky a las afueras de Moscú (Antigua planta MMZ No.30) en 1982. Las primeras aeronaves en producción (fuentes dan datos variable entre 110 y 250) fueron construidas con aletas ventrales anti-spin (aunque estas fueron removidas de muchos de los prototipos) e incluso en algunas aeronaves tempranas también tenían el deflector de gravilla "babochka" (mariposa por su traducción) enfrente de las ruedas del tren de aterrizaje delantero, aunque pronto fueron suprimidas, un sistema ILS "Swift Rods" bajo el cono de proa. Los primeros 30 aviones también incorporaban compuertas de admisión hechas de materiales compuestos, superficies de control flaps de borde extendido y otros añadios aerodinámicos que pronto fueron suprimidos a partir de la aeronave #31 también se encontraba en el equipamiento de estos primeros 9.12.

Las aletas ventrales fueron removidas posteriormente para agregarle los dispensadores de chaff/flare BVP-30-26M, la cual se extiende hacia delante de las aletas en ejemplares de fabricación posteriores del tipo 9.12. La plataforma de navegación A-323 Shoran reemplazaba en los últimos 9.12 a la anterior A-312 de Radikal NO. El rango de deflexión de las superficies de control y el radio de cuerda de los pedales aumentado en un 21% para mejorar el control a extremos ángulos de ataque. El set de alerones arriba 5º en la posición neutral para mejorar las características anti-spin (spin es entrar en perdida). La carga de armas máxima es de 2000 kg con 4 FAB-500 y 2 R-73. Algunas aviones rusos estaban equipados para realizar ataques nucleares tácticos (normalmente aquellos basados en los Grupos de Fuerzas Soviéticas del Occidente y Sur en Alemania del Este y Hungría respectivamente) con armas de caída libre del tipo RN-40 de 30 kT en un pilón reforzado en el ala. Armamento Aire Aire básico con Misiles R-60M (AA-8 Aphid), R-73 (AA-11 Archer) y R-27R1 (AA-10 Alamo-A) así como bombas de caída libre de varios tipos entre los 250 y 500kg de peso y cohetes no guiados de hasta 80mm además de un cañón GSh-301 con 150 municiones de 30mm.

La computadora es la Ts100.02-02 y el complejo electro-óptico es el OEPrNK-29, el radar es el N-019 (RLPK-29) y el EOS es el KOLS (OEPS-29-23S), RWR SPO-15 Beryoza y es completamente compatible con el sistema de datalink "Lazur", sistema de captura de objetivos en casco "SHLEM" HSM asociados a los misiles R-73 y el EOS con un grado de cobertura off-boresight de 45º.

Version 9-12A empleada por del PdV.

MiG-29 (Índice De Fábrica 9.12A; 'Fulcrum-A'):

Versión carente del sistema de lanzamiento de armas nucleares, y con el complejo electro-óptico OPErNK-29E downgradeado (con capacidades reducidas) al modelo original usado por los 9.12 Soviéticos; así mismo posee un sistema IFF disminuido y un radar RLPK-29E (N-019E o N-019EA "Rubin") carente de 2 modos de radar en combate aire/aire lo que lo deja con solo 3. Procesador downgradeado Ts100.02.06. Esta versión está destinada a los estados alineados en el Pacto de Varsovia, siendo producido entre 1988 y 1991 para la República Democrática de Alemania (GDR), Bulgaria, Polonia, Checoslovaquia, Hungría y Rumania. La mayoría de ellos fue prácticamente downgradeados (¡mas aún!) al nivel 9.12B con la eliminación de los sistemas de Datalink Lazur y la simplificación del IFF por fuerzas Soviéticas durante la caida de la URSS y del Pacto de Varsovia.

Y por ultimo, la version Mig-29A 9-12B, empleada por clientes extranjeros, entre ellos Iraq.

MiG-29 (Índice De Fábrica 9.12B; 'Fulcrum-A'):

Versión Downgradeada para consumidores de exportación fuera del Pacto de Varsovia. Carecían del sistema de datalink Lazur, y de la mayoría de los componentes del sistema IFF. Construido desde 1986. La aviónica incluye el radar N-019EB (versión downgradeada del radar "Rubin" de los 9.12) el complejo eletro-óptico OEPrNK-29E2, RHAWS L006LM/101 y capacidad ECM disminuida. El resto del equipo es similar al del 9.12A.

Es decir, hablamos de un avion fuertemente dismiuido, tanto en su capacidad de computo, como en capacidades basicas para el combate AA de corto alcance y medio alcance. Es decir, NO es la mejor version del mig-29. Si a esto le sumamos, que para 1991, los EEUU ya contaban con el f-15C al igual que el f-16C, pues estamos ante un oponente formidable pero envejecido y enfermo.

En resumen, el mig-29 ha tenido en sus "espaldas", la tarea de ser no solo el principal vector de combate de la URSS y sus clientes o aliados, sino que tambien ha sido rodeado de una especie de mito de invencibilidad, cuando es un sistema que esta diseñado para operar bajo unas condiciones mas bien limitadas y como parte de un todo, a diferencia de los aviones occidentales que son usados bajo doctrinas operativas distintas. Ademas de esto, en Desert Strom, que se considera una guerra moderna, el mig-29 llega a la pelea con 8 años de vejez (comparativamente, el f-16C block25 empezo su despliegue en la USAF en 1984 y los block30 al 50 comenzaron a salir a partir de 1988, mientras que el mig-29A 9-12 lo hacia en 1983) y de paso, disminuido!

Esto me hace pensar, que hubiese sucedido si a esa pelea, en lugar de estar el mig-29 9-12B, hubiese estado el f-16A block15 (porque el f-16 ADF empezo a entregarse hasta 1989 y el OCU hasta el 88, mas o menos cuando se recibian los mig 9-12B por Iraq).

Pues para concluir, pienso que el mig-29 es un excelente avion desde el punto de vista aerodinamico, cabal cumplidor de su tarea segun la doctrina a la cual se sometia, pero que precisamente tenia la doctrina como debilidad. Cualquier usuario que no tuviera un GCI como el sovietico (y que ademas lo empleara correctamente) simplemente estaba condenado a no sacar el provecho de este avion. Con las modernizaciones que se han realizado a este aparato, pienso que ha mejorado muchisimo su capacidad individual, mejorando radicalmente su desempeño dentro de aviaciones cuyos pilotos son mas independientes y libres de tomar desiciones, es decir, que no dependan hasta el minimo detalle del control en tierra. Dicese de una aviacion de doctrina occidental.

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Carta improvisada lo más rápido posible no sabía que iba para fuerte Tiuna para la universidad militar bolivariana , academia militar, el alma mater cuna del libertador, Hugo Chaves Frías comandante

Por favor necesitó llegar a los hospitales lo más grande posible rotar el ultimo año medico 6to año para por fin poder asimilarme y volver como militar medico y estudiar en los más grandes hospitales con la más grande tecnología posible y llegar al laboratorio de investigaciones biónica bioningenieria conformado por genética tecnología en tejidos inteligencia artificial nanotecnología .

Para eso necesitó los medios de alguna u otra manera sé que tienes como:
También aprendí lo básico solamente en reparación y mantenimiento de computadoras ya que es el celebro que me acompaña a todas partes
Voluntario de bomberos Ureña cursos básicos primeros auxilios

Cuando me ayudaron cuando era soldado de la PM
Logre estudiar en el hospital fuerte Tiuna el auxiliar de enfermero militar,
Logre estudiar en el hospital militar doctor Carlos Hárbelo Caracas san Martín el auxiliar de radiología
Luego pedí para la escuela de sargento y me mandaron a estudiar medicina con la Esperanza de la posibilidad de asimilación

Estaba estudiando ingles en la ULA universidad del Táchira pero por razones económicas no puede seguir solo tuve 6 meses pero lo que no se practica se olvida
Ahora quiero estudiar en un hospitales mas grandes y asimilarme el hospital donde estoy el de el estado Táchira san Antonio Samuel Darío Maldonado esta en pésimas condiciones y lo que tengo es iniciativa propia ya que a los del último año les dan le prioridad de ir a cualquier hospital cerca de su procedencia .

Entonces propuesta de solución:
Es fácil solo que me autoricen de quedarme en la unidad de seguridad
O contrato de cabo primero
para poder quedarme destacado solo en funciones del hospital militar doctor Carlos Hárbelo tal como lo izo una vez para entonces mi coronel Ricardo Antonio Martínez Arcay hoy general de División Ricardo Antonio Martínez Arcay .
El detallé es que no encuentro por ningún lado a mi general de División Ricardo Antonio Martínez Arcay que está muy cerca para que dicha autorización para él es facilito, Entonces acudo a mi viejo compañero para entonces mi teniente francisco Moscarelli ya hoy capitán francisco Moscarelli.

necesitó una autorización para quedarme en una unidad militar cerca de un hospital militar grande como por ejemplo el hospital militar doctor Carlos Arvelo o uno similar o parecido grande en tecnología porque ese es que hay esta la academia y la comandancia general y es donde asen los ingresos para los asimilados, la idea es colearme para no presentar pruebas ni pasar los cursos para que no me raspen y me pongan la estrellita y Salí de peos y seguir estudiando un posgrado una especialidad y si me mandan para el valle Utah (Valley Bionic) valle biónico a estudiar la bioingeniería biónica conformado por genética tecnología en tejidos inteligencia artificial nanotecnología . mi sueño por fi se cumple y formo el laboratorio de investigaciones biónica en Venezuela el primero en el.

Que Estado Táchira (Fundesta) me entregue los papeles de la casa ya que yo pague un préstamo 3 meses antes y tienen 2 años con mis papeles y no me los han entregado y la posibilidad de otro préstamo por otro banco más responsable

Doy en alquiler o venta a alguna organización del gobierno mi casa en el 5 de julio san Antonio del Táchira calle 17 casa 17-28 diagonal a la cancha parte alta

gracias mi coronel Ricardo Antonio Martínez Arcay hoy general de División Ricardo Antonio Martínez Arcay .
Gracias para entonces mi teniente Moscarelli ya hoy capitán Francisco Moscarelli
También mándeme sus teléfonos de contacto celular todo aquel que me pueda una pequeña ayuda por nuestra patria mi patria bella por que lo que logre será para mi pueblo y ganarme el amor del pueblo
Cabo primero PM ejercito de la 35 brigada policía militar batallón Muños Tébar aspirante a asimilación titulo medico
Felipe wladimir Marcano rivera
Dinero wlafemari
CIV. 14974837
02767715269 no estoy en casa es mejor el correo
soldelmar @ hotmail.es
wlafemari @ hotmail.com
bioingeniería @ hotmail.com
bioingeniería @ hotmail.es

Consejos Académicos Bolivarianos Estadales de Salud (CABES), Convenio de Salud Cuba y Venezuela, antituberculoso docencia médica cubana.

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Mensaje por vympel el Dom 17 Mar - 19:18

en irak EEUU todavia no tenia los aim120 por lo cual no estaban tan en desventaja los irakies con sus r27r pero se enfrentaban a f15 y la mayoria de las CAP saudis y yankis las hacian los f14tomcat
en un documental que vi si los f15 detectaban mig29 en sus alertadores o avisaban los awack se hiban del lugar por el temor que le tenian a estos aviones
los mig 29 eran la version A y ademas degradad para su exportacion por lo cual tenia serias desventajas pero eso no significa que con una buena tactica hubiesen podido derribar algun avion
los vetustos mig25 se anotaron el derribo de un f18 por un r40t pero este misil tienen datalink por lo que lei y una cabeza ir por lo que si no era detectado linda sorpresa tenian
nunca me a quedado claro si los r27t y et tienen guia por datalink?

para mi es un avionaso quien a jugado el lomac pero traga combustible tiene un radar limitado, pero sus trepada y maniobrabilidad son excelentes
estoy hablando de un juego de simulacion por lo cual no se puede ni compararse con la realidad lol!
tambien se deve de decir que los yankis tenian awack superioridad aerea abrumadora poderosos equipos ECM y los f14 que te pegan un tiro de 150km

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Mensaje por Cevarez el Dom 17 Mar - 20:39

@vympel escribió:en irak EEUU todavia no tenia los aim120 por lo cual no estaban tan en desventaja los irakies con sus r27r pero se enfrentaban a f15 y la mayoria de las CAP saudis y yankis las hacian los f14tomcat
en un documental que vi si los f15 detectaban mig29 en sus alertadores o avisaban los awack se hiban del lugar por el temor que le tenian a estos aviones
los mig 29 eran la version A y ademas degradad para su exportacion por lo cual tenia serias desventajas pero eso no significa que con una buena tactica hubiesen podido derribar algun avion
los vetustos mig25 se anotaron el derribo de un f18 por un r40t pero este misil tienen datalink por lo que lei y una cabeza ir por lo que si no era detectado linda sorpresa tenian
nunca me a quedado claro si los r27t y et tienen guia por datalink?

para mi es un avionaso quien a jugado el lomac pero traga combustible tiene un radar limitado, pero sus trepada y maniobrabilidad son excelentes
estoy hablando de un juego de simulacion por lo cual no se puede ni compararse con la realidad lol!
tambien se deve de decir que los yankis tenian awack superioridad aerea abrumadora poderosos equipos ECM y los f14 que te pegan un tiro de 150km

No se trata que el mig-29 trague combustible. De hecho, el f-18 traga mas combustible, pues el f404 consume mas que el rd-33. Lo que pasa, es que porta menos combustible. Mientras el f-18 porta 6000 kg de combustible mas o menos, el mig-29 porta menos de 5000 kg.

Pero... el mig-29 es mejor caza que el f-18, mientras el f-18 es mejor bombardero que el mig-29. Criterios de diseño...

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