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Post  Ratnik on Tue Jan 31 2017, 16:24

MWAURA wrote:
mambotupu wrote:1. C-145A Skytruck  3 pcs
Transport
"The C-145A is a twin-engine, high-wing aircraft with twin vertical fins and a non-retractable tricycle landing gear capable of short takeoff and landings to unprepared runways. The C-145 is reconfigurable to support both airland and airdrop of cargo (max 2,400 lbs) and personnel, casualty evacuation, combat search and rescue, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. The C‑145A can carry a maximum of 16 passengers or 10 combat rigged paratroopers. Maximum cargo weight is 5,000 lbs, or up to four litter patients. Missions can be conducted to prepared and semi-prepared airfields around the world."
Power Plant: Two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-65B Turboprops
Thrust: Takeoff power 1,100 shaft horsepower
Wingspan: 72 feet 4 inches
Length: 43 feet
Height: 16 feet 1 inch
Max Cruise Speed: 223 knots 
Max Range: 1,010 nautical miles 
Service Ceiling: 25,000 feet (with supplemental oxygen equipment)
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 16,534 lbs. (7,500 kgs)
Crew: 3 (2 pilots, 1 loadmaster)
Unit Cost: Approx. $14M per aircraft

2. AT-802L (12 pcs) and AT-504 (2pcs, trainers) Air Tractor
CAS for counter insurgency operations
Specs for the earlier 802u version include "It has a maximum speed of 394km/h and stall speed of 169km/h with flaps down. The patrol speed of the aircraft is 333km/h, and the maximum range is 2,414km when fitted with auxiliary fuel tanks.

The aircraft can climb at a maximum rate of 3,000ft/m, and requires a landing run of 366m, and a minimum take-off roll of 207m. It can perform 450 flight hours a year, at an average cost of below $400 per flight hour.

The aircraft features a crashworthy airframe, cockpit and engine armour, ballistic glass windshields and windows, as well as self-sealing fuel tanks, to offer superior protection to its crew members. The survivability can be further increased by installing an optional AAR-47/ALE-47 survivability system

The wing and fuselage hard points can be armed with a range of weapon systems, including dual .50 cal. GAU-19/A three-barrel gatling guns, Hellfire missiles, dual M260 seven-tube rocket launchers, and 500lb Mk-82 bombs. The hard points can be increased to 15 to carry additional armament.

The optionally-fitted compact multichannel data link (CMDL) system is compatible with remotely operated video-enhanced receivers (ROVER). It provides the commanders a real-time view of the battlefield and also transmits live video feed to other aircraft, air operation centres, or joint-terminal attack controllers on field.

The night-vision-compatible cockpit allows the pilots to conduct unconstrained night missions. The aircraft also features an inflatable restraint system, which integrates a five-point harness."

Aircraft numbers are preliminary estimates

Typical (not exact) images for these aircraft are:

Skytruck


AirTractor

Both are good buys. We still need more medium air lift at least 6 C 295 and heavy lifters in the form of AN 70s,ideally at least 3. I hope the KAF is still looking for FSBs though Jas and Risasi have been quiet for a while now.
I thought of this combination of lifters, checking on their price per unit, Medium lift: Harbin Y-12F & AN 140 ($9000), Also C-130 ($10.8 mil), Heavy lift IL-76 ($50 mil). Thought it to be good lo cost combination. A helicopter combination of Mil-171e and the Mi-26 heavy lift would be great.

What do you think Mwaura
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  mashaa on Tue Jan 31 2017, 20:50


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Post  redqueen on Sun Feb 05 2017, 20:17

With Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) planning to begin to manufacture smart phone, maybe they can make some for KDF and police, something like ike those shown below beginning from 5:15. This will replace individual radios and allow better command control, communication,... C4



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDjnZWa-PJM
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Cycoh 'DUDUS' on Mon Feb 06 2017, 22:52

mambotupu wrote:1. C-145A Skytruck  3 pcs
Transport
"The C-145A is a twin-engine, high-wing aircraft with twin vertical fins and a non-retractable tricycle landing gear capable of short takeoff and landings to unprepared runways. The C-145 is reconfigurable to support both airland and airdrop of cargo (max 2,400 lbs) and personnel, casualty evacuation, combat search and rescue, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. The C‑145A can carry a maximum of 16 passengers or 10 combat rigged paratroopers. Maximum cargo weight is 5,000 lbs, or up to four litter patients. Missions can be conducted to prepared and semi-prepared airfields around the world."
Power Plant: Two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-65B Turboprops
Thrust: Takeoff power 1,100 shaft horsepower
Wingspan: 72 feet 4 inches
Length: 43 feet
Height: 16 feet 1 inch
Max Cruise Speed: 223 knots 
Max Range: 1,010 nautical miles 
Service Ceiling: 25,000 feet (with supplemental oxygen equipment)
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 16,534 lbs. (7,500 kgs)
Crew: 3 (2 pilots, 1 loadmaster)
Unit Cost: Approx. $14M per aircraft

2. AT-802L (12 pcs) and AT-504 (2pcs, trainers) Air Tractor
CAS for counter insurgency operations
Specs for the earlier 802u version include "It has a maximum speed of 394km/h and stall speed of 169km/h with flaps down. The patrol speed of the aircraft is 333km/h, and the maximum range is 2,414km when fitted with auxiliary fuel tanks.

The aircraft can climb at a maximum rate of 3,000ft/m, and requires a landing run of 366m, and a minimum take-off roll of 207m. It can perform 450 flight hours a year, at an average cost of below $400 per flight hour.

The aircraft features a crashworthy airframe, cockpit and engine armour, ballistic glass windshields and windows, as well as self-sealing fuel tanks, to offer superior protection to its crew members. The survivability can be further increased by installing an optional AAR-47/ALE-47 survivability system

The wing and fuselage hard points can be armed with a range of weapon systems, including dual .50 cal. GAU-19/A three-barrel gatling guns, Hellfire missiles, dual M260 seven-tube rocket launchers, and 500lb Mk-82 bombs. The hard points can be increased to 15 to carry additional armament.

The optionally-fitted compact multichannel data link (CMDL) system is compatible with remotely operated video-enhanced receivers (ROVER). It provides the commanders a real-time view of the battlefield and also transmits live video feed to other aircraft, air operation centres, or joint-terminal attack controllers on field.

The night-vision-compatible cockpit allows the pilots to conduct unconstrained night missions. The aircraft also features an inflatable restraint system, which integrates a five-point harness."

Aircraft numbers are preliminary estimates

Typical (not exact) images for these aircraft are:

Skytruck


AirTractor

Quite some good development going on. Thank you for sharing Mambotupu.

Happy new year Mwaura & to the forummers.
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Al Bashir on Thu Feb 16 2017, 23:42

Cycoh 'DUDUS' wrote:
mambotupu wrote:1. C-145A Skytruck  3 pcs
Transport
"The C-145A is a twin-engine, high-wing aircraft with twin vertical fins and a non-retractable tricycle landing gear capable of short takeoff and landings to unprepared runways. The C-145 is reconfigurable to support both airland and airdrop of cargo (max 2,400 lbs) and personnel, casualty evacuation, combat search and rescue, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. The C‑145A can carry a maximum of 16 passengers or 10 combat rigged paratroopers. Maximum cargo weight is 5,000 lbs, or up to four litter patients. Missions can be conducted to prepared and semi-prepared airfields around the world."
Power Plant: Two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-65B Turboprops
Thrust: Takeoff power 1,100 shaft horsepower
Wingspan: 72 feet 4 inches
Length: 43 feet
Height: 16 feet 1 inch
Max Cruise Speed: 223 knots 
Max Range: 1,010 nautical miles 
Service Ceiling: 25,000 feet (with supplemental oxygen equipment)
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 16,534 lbs. (7,500 kgs)
Crew: 3 (2 pilots, 1 loadmaster)
Unit Cost: Approx. $14M per aircraft

2. AT-802L (12 pcs) and AT-504 (2pcs, trainers) Air Tractor
CAS for counter insurgency operations
Specs for the earlier 802u version include "It has a maximum speed of 394km/h and stall speed of 169km/h with flaps down. The patrol speed of the aircraft is 333km/h, and the maximum range is 2,414km when fitted with auxiliary fuel tanks.

The aircraft can climb at a maximum rate of 3,000ft/m, and requires a landing run of 366m, and a minimum take-off roll of 207m. It can perform 450 flight hours a year, at an average cost of below $400 per flight hour.

The aircraft features a crashworthy airframe, cockpit and engine armour, ballistic glass windshields and windows, as well as self-sealing fuel tanks, to offer superior protection to its crew members. The survivability can be further increased by installing an optional AAR-47/ALE-47 survivability system

The wing and fuselage hard points can be armed with a range of weapon systems, including dual .50 cal. GAU-19/A three-barrel gatling guns, Hellfire missiles, dual M260 seven-tube rocket launchers, and 500lb Mk-82 bombs. The hard points can be increased to 15 to carry additional armament.

The optionally-fitted compact multichannel data link (CMDL) system is compatible with remotely operated video-enhanced receivers (ROVER). It provides the commanders a real-time view of the battlefield and also transmits live video feed to other aircraft, air operation centres, or joint-terminal attack controllers on field.

The night-vision-compatible cockpit allows the pilots to conduct unconstrained night missions. The aircraft also features an inflatable restraint system, which integrates a five-point harness."

Aircraft numbers are preliminary estimates

Typical (not exact) images for these aircraft are:

Skytruck


AirTractor

Quite some good development going on. Thank you for sharing Mambotupu.

Happy new year Mwaura & to the forummers.

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Good stuff but apparently we are paying more than double the cost and for the wrong aircraft. How are KDF procurements conducted that we end up dealing with the wrong manufacturer?

https://budd.house.gov/media/press-releases/budd-leads-fight-against-kenyan-sale



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Budd Leads Fight Against Kenyan Sale
U.S. Capitol Building and Reflecting Pool
February 14, 2017
Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C., -- Today, U.S. Representative Ted Budd (R-NC) introduced a resolution to halt a Foreign Military Sale to the Government of Kenya for 12 weaponized border patrol aircraft. The proposed sale would reward a $13 billion company that has never produced airplanes of this type and would cost $283 million dollars more than a small business in North Carolina, which is currently producing the needed aircraft. This is at least the third instance the disabled veteran-owned NC contractor was passed over, despite its ability to deliver a more cost-effective option.


“My office has received credible allegations of faulty contracting practices, fraud, and unfair treatment surrounding this sale. Given that this proposed contract was decided without competition, to a company that has no experience or track record producing this kind of aircraft, and for a price that is more than double what a contractor in our district has quoted, further investigation is definitely in order.”

The resolution I introduced today would halt this sale, and give the Congress time to look into these troubling allegations. We need to ensure that Kenya, a longtime ally, is getting a fair deal, and that veteran-owned small businesses in our state aren’t getting shut out of competition because of government favoritism towards giant contractors.”

IOMAX is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business located in the 13th District. They are the only company in the world that can export and has exported weaponized border patrol aircraft from the United States. In spite of this reality, the Air Force, along with the Defense Security Cooperation Agency awarded a $418 million sole-source contract to L-3, a $13 billion defense contractor, to fulfill Kenya’s request for 12 weaponized border patrol aircraft. IOMAX claims that it can fulfill the contract for $180 million, and it has 48 weaponized border patrol aircraft in service, as opposed to zero for L-3.

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KDF Procurement

Post  Ratnik on Tue Feb 21 2017, 20:19

I think the procurement department might be too corrupt and lack information on most military weapons or technology. I have never seen the KDF officials visit any arms exhibition around the world.

"Al Bashir" what do you think?...
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New Mi17

Post  redqueen on Fri Mar 31 2017, 07:50

New Mi 17 for the police

http://defence-blog.com/news/russia-delivered-mi-17v-5-utility-helicopter-to-kenya.html


With cattle rustling being such a problem maybe KDF could consider acquiring a LIDAR equipped aircraft. It uses lasers to get a 3d image, that way if the rustlers or sabab are hiding in a forest or cave they can be identified, see what kind of weapons they have, used to get intel by scanning a house and see whats inside without the occupants knowing... It can even be adjusted to help find what kind of minerals are in an area

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidar

http://www.spar3d.com/blogs/head-in-the-point-clouds/using-lidar-in-afghanistan/
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Mbaine on Fri Apr 21 2017, 15:04

Enjoy gents...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFp2sc9muo8

Hope to see something like this with African forces...We already have an amphibious landing and combined ops under our belt, non?
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The firepower for the 12 MD 530 F

Post  mambotupu on Wed May 03 2017, 06:26

Direct from the horse's mouth
 


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MD 530F Cayuse Warrior

Post  mashaa on Mon May 08 2017, 03:13


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MD530 in Action

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Kazan RC-2

Post  Ratnik on Wed May 10 2017, 00:09

I would have preferred the Kazan RC-2 helicopter, better price and a better machine for both reconnaissance and light gunship, also better survival and crew protection in case of damage.
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Kenya's Military Set for Massive Expansion, Policy Says

Post  Olekoima on Mon May 22 2017, 21:33

Kenya's military is set for massive expansion in capacity and capability so as to place it in a better position to face other large militaries and protect the country in the event of a foreign attack, a new report has said.
The National Defence Policy, launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, said Kenya should not lose focus of other large militaries within East African region.......

http://allafrica.com/stories/201705120213.html
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Observer on Thu May 25 2017, 20:47

Ratnik wrote:I would have preferred the Kazan RC-2 helicopter, better price and a better machine for both reconnaissance and light gunship, also better survival and crew protection in case of damage.

Hi good people, just came across a video, can anyone verify...looks like the Kazan RC-2...have posted screen shots, not sure how to post a video directly from device...has Kenya acquired the gunship?...on second thought it also looks like the AH - 1 Huey Cobra...did Trump give us more than just the Scouts...





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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  redqueen on Thu May 25 2017, 21:15

Observer wrote:
Ratnik wrote:I would have preferred the Kazan RC-2 helicopter, better price and a better machine for both reconnaissance and light gunship, also better survival and crew protection in case of damage.

Hi good people, just came across a video, can anyone verify...looks like the Kazan RC-2...have posted screen shots, not sure how to post a video directly from device...has Kenya acquired the gunship?...on second thought it also looks like the AH - 1 Huey Cobra...did Trump give us more than just the Scouts...





 Excellent Observer that definitely a Cobra, any info on how many will be acquired?
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KAF bell ah-1f

Post  mambotupu on Sun May 28 2017, 08:01

Yep, that is a bell AH-1F frame. Note similar features to the U.S army version
Likely refurbished/upgraded either from U.S army or the Israelis
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Favor Kazan RC-2 to AH-1 vipers

Post  Ratnik on Sun May 28 2017, 15:09

mambotupu wrote:Yep, that is a bell AH-1F frame. Note similar features to the U.S army version
Likely refurbished/upgraded either from U.S army or the Israelis
 Wist it was the Kazan RC-2, quite cheap probably even half a billion Ksh, fly away cost. It would also have been new and maybe a chance to bring the Kazan ansat, as an medivac for the military, or even a production line here. The US mainframes are obviously old and expensive.
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Good; Kazan Ansat

Post  Ratnik on Sun May 28 2017, 15:15

I think the kazan ansat can be a cost effective means for a medic regiment
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Ole Sidai on Mon May 29 2017, 23:24

mambotupu wrote:Yep, that is a bell AH-1F frame. Note similar features to the U.S army version
Likely refurbished/upgraded either from U.S army or the Israelis

Don't forget that SUBARU INTERNATIONAL assembles Cobras and Apaches as well. Cobra carries a punch though Mi-28 would be perfect heavy copter. Medium level is already covered by the Hughes and Z series.
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AH-1Cobra Attack Helicopter

Post  mashaa on Tue May 30 2017, 02:10


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Cobra vs Apache

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  MWAURA on Tue May 30 2017, 15:45

What I want to know is why the KAF? A light gunship would provide added punch to the heavy MI 28 in the aircav. Generally,gunships are army aviation.
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  proud kenyan on Wed May 31 2017, 14:27

Ratnik wrote:
MWAURA wrote:
mambotupu wrote:1. C-145A Skytruck  3 pcs
Transport
"The C-145A is a twin-engine, high-wing aircraft with twin vertical fins and a non-retractable tricycle landing gear capable of short takeoff and landings to unprepared runways. The C-145 is reconfigurable to support both airland and airdrop of cargo (max 2,400 lbs) and personnel, casualty evacuation, combat search and rescue, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. The C‑145A can carry a maximum of 16 passengers or 10 combat rigged paratroopers. Maximum cargo weight is 5,000 lbs, or up to four litter patients. Missions can be conducted to prepared and semi-prepared airfields around the world."
Power Plant: Two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-65B Turboprops
Thrust: Takeoff power 1,100 shaft horsepower
Wingspan: 72 feet 4 inches
Length: 43 feet
Height: 16 feet 1 inch
Max Cruise Speed: 223 knots 
Max Range: 1,010 nautical miles 
Service Ceiling: 25,000 feet (with supplemental oxygen equipment)
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 16,534 lbs. (7,500 kgs)
Crew: 3 (2 pilots, 1 loadmaster)
Unit Cost: Approx. $14M per aircraft

2. AT-802L (12 pcs) and AT-504 (2pcs, trainers) Air Tractor
CAS for counter insurgency operations
Specs for the earlier 802u version include "It has a maximum speed of 394km/h and stall speed of 169km/h with flaps down. The patrol speed of the aircraft is 333km/h, and the maximum range is 2,414km when fitted with auxiliary fuel tanks.

The aircraft can climb at a maximum rate of 3,000ft/m, and requires a landing run of 366m, and a minimum take-off roll of 207m. It can perform 450 flight hours a year, at an average cost of below $400 per flight hour.

The aircraft features a crashworthy airframe, cockpit and engine armour, ballistic glass windshields and windows, as well as self-sealing fuel tanks, to offer superior protection to its crew members. The survivability can be further increased by installing an optional AAR-47/ALE-47 survivability system

The wing and fuselage hard points can be armed with a range of weapon systems, including dual .50 cal. GAU-19/A three-barrel gatling guns, Hellfire missiles, dual M260 seven-tube rocket launchers, and 500lb Mk-82 bombs. The hard points can be increased to 15 to carry additional armament.

The optionally-fitted compact multichannel data link (CMDL) system is compatible with remotely operated video-enhanced receivers (ROVER). It provides the commanders a real-time view of the battlefield and also transmits live video feed to other aircraft, air operation centres, or joint-terminal attack controllers on field.

The night-vision-compatible cockpit allows the pilots to conduct unconstrained night missions. The aircraft also features an inflatable restraint system, which integrates a five-point harness."

Aircraft numbers are preliminary estimates

Typical (not exact) images for these aircraft are:

Skytruck
According to the EDA list, kenya's sky trucks have been delivered (04.04.2017). Those with cameras, ground pics would be highly appreciated

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REMEMBER THE USS LIBERTY,ITS BEEN 50 YEARS!!

Post  MWAURA on Thu Jun 29 2017, 15:33

In early June 1967,just before Israel sparked off the preemptive 6 day war,an unarmed US Navy intel ship,the Liberty was on station in the Red Sea. After hours of surveillance,without warning the Israelis suddenly attacked. For hours they rocketed the ships killing 34 wounding over a 100. The crew got off a message to a carrier in the Med which sent planes but the survivors learned the true power of the Chosenites on that day.

http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/remembering-the-u-s-s-liberty-2/ wrote:The most disgusting part of the tale relates to how U.S. warplanes sent to the Liberty’s aid from an aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean were called back by Defense Secretary Robert McNamara acting under orders from President Lyndon Baines Johnson, who declared that he would rather see the ship go to the bottom of the sea than embarrass his good friend Israel. Ironically, the first ship to reach the Liberty and offer assistance was from the Soviet Union, an offer that was declined.

Til now 50 YEARS THE ISRAELIS HAVE NEVER EXPLAINED WHAT HAPPENED!! Take a good look at LBJ and wife. Research the meaning of Marrano.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marrano












People,that's the way the world works! That's just what these people do! It was a false flag hoping to get Egypt blamed which is why they even machine gunned life boats. These Caucanderthals are nobody's friend. 

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Cycoh 'DUDUS' on Fri Jun 30 2017, 23:03

MWAURA wrote:In early June 1967,just before Israel sparked off the preemptive 6 day war,an unarmed US Navy intel ship,the Liberty was on station in the Red Sea. After hours of surveillance,without warning the Israelis suddenly attacked. For hours they rocketed the ships killing 34 wounding over a 100. The crew got off a message to a carrier in the Med which sent planes but the survivors learned the true power of the Chosenites on that day.

http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/remembering-the-u-s-s-liberty-2/ wrote:The most disgusting part of the tale relates to how U.S. warplanes sent to the Liberty’s aid from an aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean were called back by Defense Secretary Robert McNamara acting under orders from President Lyndon Baines Johnson, who declared that he would rather see the ship go to the bottom of the sea than embarrass his good friend Israel. Ironically, the first ship to reach the Liberty and offer assistance was from the Soviet Union, an offer that was declined.

Til now 50 YEARS THE ISRAELIS HAVE NEVER EXPLAINED WHAT HAPPENED!! Take a good look at LBJ and wife. Research the meaning of Marrano.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marrano












People,that's the way the world works! That's just what these people do! It was a false flag hoping to get Egypt blamed which is why they even machine gunned life boats. These Caucanderthals are nobody's friend. 
Greetings to the whole TEA fraternity. 
Hello Mwaura. Long time no hear. Will get back to you. And hey, watch out you do not mutate into a full-blown conspiracy theorist for heaven's sake Very Happy  You might frighten the shit out of Flyboys here like Bulletman! Very Happy
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  MWAURA on Mon Jul 03 2017, 16:27

Cycoh 'DUDUS' wrote:
MWAURA wrote:In early June 1967,just before Israel sparked off the preemptive 6 day war,an unarmed US Navy intel ship,the Liberty was on station in the Red Sea. After hours of surveillance,without warning the Israelis suddenly attacked. For hours they rocketed the ships killing 34 wounding over a 100. The crew got off a message to a carrier in the Med which sent planes but the survivors learned the true power of the Chosenites on that day.

http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/remembering-the-u-s-s-liberty-2/ wrote:The most disgusting part of the tale relates to how U.S. warplanes sent to the Liberty’s aid from an aircraft carrier in the Mediterranean were called back by Defense Secretary Robert McNamara acting under orders from President Lyndon Baines Johnson, who declared that he would rather see the ship go to the bottom of the sea than embarrass his good friend Israel. Ironically, the first ship to reach the Liberty and offer assistance was from the Soviet Union, an offer that was declined.

Til now 50 YEARS THE ISRAELIS HAVE NEVER EXPLAINED WHAT HAPPENED!! Take a good look at LBJ and wife. Research the meaning of Marrano.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marrano












People,that's the way the world works! That's just what these people do! It was a false flag hoping to get Egypt blamed which is why they even machine gunned life boats. These Caucanderthals are nobody's friend. 
Greetings to the whole TEA fraternity. 
Hello Mwaura. Long time no hear. Will get back to you. And hey, watch out you do not mutate into a full-blown conspiracy theorist for heaven's sake Very Happy  You might frighten the shit out of Flyboys here like Bulletman! Very Happy

Cycoh dudus,my guy did you actually read the post and the link? Did you have a good look at the pics? If you did you can't call me a conspiracy theorist,ESPECIALLY after what's  happened here in the last 5 years.

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WTF IS EVERYBODY!?

Post  MWAURA on Wed Aug 16 2017, 15:29

Hallo! I thought everyone was waiting for the silly season to end. The election is over and the KDF acquisition program can continue apace. I heard the budget will double in the next FY,finally allowing transport,FSBs and at least 2 Indian OPVs.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Mbaine on Fri Aug 18 2017, 09:49

MWAURA wrote:Hallo! I thought everyone was waiting for the silly season to end. The election is over and the KDF acquisition program can continue apace. I heard the budget will double in the next FY,finally allowing transport,FSBs and at least 2 Indian OPVs.

Nduru za kuaminika zinadai kwamba chai imepoa. FSB's?
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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  MWAURA on Fri Aug 18 2017, 11:21

Mbaine wrote:
MWAURA wrote:Hallo! I thought everyone was waiting for the silly season to end. The election is over and the KDF acquisition program can continue apace. I heard the budget will double in the next FY,finally allowing transport,FSBs and at least 2 Indian OPVs.

Nduru za kuaminika zinadai kwamba chai imepoa. FSB's?

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Post  MWAURA on Mon Oct 23 2017, 18:49

Uzi,mjeshi mmoja,cycoh dudus,risasi,jasiri et al leave me your last known coordinates and I'll lead a para rescue to your loc stat!


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