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The Indian Air Force "killed the red eye" once again shot down the opposite shells on both sides of the Pakistan railway fighter for nearly 3 hours

the Indian Air Force "killed the red eye" again shot down the opposite shells on both sides of the Pakistan railway fighter for nearly 3 hours

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original title: the Indian Air Force "killed the red eye" again shot down the opposite shells on both sides of the Pakistan railway fighter for nearly 3 hours

the conflict between India and Pakistan has lasted for a long time, and more than half a century has passed, and the issue of Kashmir is still tangled. During this period, there were three wars and countless conflicts, and the talks were always over, and the situation of fighting again could not be reached. Finally, on November 23, 2003, the two countries were really tired. After Pakistan unilaterally announced a ceasefire, India responded immediately, and finally reached a relevant agreement. Since then, the situation in the region has shown signs of easing. Although conflicts between the two sides still occur from time to time, they are not frequent. Until the beginning of the second half of 2017, the number and scale of conflicts between the two sides have become larger and larger, and both sides accuse the other side of breaking the ceasefire agreement

since this year, the intensity of conflict between India and Pakistan has reached the highest level in the past years. This time, both sides are unfortunately led by terrorist organizations, which has led to such a situation. After the suicide bomb attack killed and injured more than 50 people in India's second-line police force, India began to actively plan counter attacks. First, more than a dozen warplanes, including early warning aircraft, were dispatched to sneak into Pakistan. The next day, they were seduced by Pakistani warplanes across the border. Not only did they lose two MiG-21 and capture one pilot, but they secretly dispatched an aircraft carrier fleet to teach the other a lesson, but they were scared away by Pakistani submarines on the way

according to Indian ani, there was a three hour exchange of fire in Kashmir in the early morning of the 4th. The Pakistani army first launched an attack, and the Indian border guards then fought back in self-defense. The two sides used light and heavy weapons to shoot at each other for 3 hours, and the ceasefire was held at 6:30. Just five hours after the conflict, the smoke of gunpowder has not gone away. Indian media reported again that at about 11:30, the Indian Air Force successfully shot down a Pakistani drone that crossed the border. It is reported that India dispatched several SU-30MKI warplanes to intercept this time, and finally shot down the Pakistani drone with air-to-air missiles

with the exposure of the drone shooting down incident, it also brought out the concern of another confrontation between the two countries in the region for a long time. Both India and Pakistan have deployed a large number of unmanned aerial vehicles in the region, which are mainly used for intelligence reconnaissance missions as an effective complement to air forces. However, the level of UAVs in the two countries is obviously not at the same level. On the whole, the performance and technology of UAVs in Pakistan are much higher than those in India

Pakistan has successively introduced rainbow-3 and pterodactyl-2 series UAVs, and produced its own Pegasus UAV under the authorization of rainbow-3. Although caihong-3 is a dual-use military and civilian type, it has obvious generational differences with pterodactyl-2, which is a surveillance and combat integrated type. Both of them can launch air to ground laser guided missiles, and have achieved many practical results on the battlefield in Afghanistan. In addition to the more advanced Israeli "Heron" UAV, most of the UAVs used by India are civil aerial drones in Xinjiang. According to the news released by the Pakistani military in January, the Indian military drones shot down by the Pakistani military many times are Dajiang series drones

it is not clear which series of UAVs India shot down this time. From the action of India to send several SU-30MKI to encircle and annihilate the UAV, it is highly likely to be the more threatening pterodactyl-2. The fuselage is 11 meters long, uses a turboprop 9A engine, the average speed of 3 is 70 kilometers per hour, the ceiling is 9 kilometers, the bomb carrying capacity is 0.5 tons, and the standard configuration is 12 GPS guided bombs or laser guided missiles. All aspects of technical performance have reached the forefront of the world. SU-30MKI fighter has an hourly speed of 2125 kilometers and a ceiling of 17500 meters. It can be equipped with active radar guided or passive infrared guided air-to-air missiles, which can stabilize the pressure of pterodactyl 2 in all aspects. No wonder India is willing to send out several SU-30MKI, and also spends a lot of money to participate in oily agents and extreme pressure antiwear agents, which can effectively reduce adhesion wear and appearance decadent wear. This missile is used to fight UAVs

after defeating the drone, India began a routine public opinion offensive that the situation of relying on imports of natural rubber materials for a long time has affected the healthy and stable development of China's rubber industry, accusing Pakistan of breaking the ceasefire mechanism and bearing the responsibility of causing conflict. Although Pakistan has released and transferred the previously captured pilot Lieutenant Colonel Nandan, and the wet diaphragm shipment of 460million square meters has been given to India, releasing sufficient and positive sincerity to promote reconciliation, India seems unable to come out of the repeated failures of the confrontation between the two sides, and is more trying to break back the City and save face by upgrading military operations. However, such a series of actions are very likely to lead to arson, which may eventually push the two countries to the situation of having to go to war

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