Iraqi mobile defence systems

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Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة TangoIII » السبت يناير 08, 2011 8:16 pm

Iraqi mobile defence systems

Iraqi forces used within the formations of armored & mechanical infantry divisions mobile air defense systems, in the battles during the Iraq - Iran war as well as during the Kuwait war in 1991 and finally the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003.
The mobile systems including:

SA-6 GAINFUL, SA-8 GECKO, SA-9 GASKIN and SA-13 GOPHER missile systems.

SA-6 GAINFUL/NIIP 2K12 Kub/Kvadrat

mobile surface-to-air missile system is a Soviet low to medium-level air defence system designed to protect ground forces from air attack.The SA-6 GAINFUL is a two stage, solid-fuel, low-altitude SAM. It has radio command guidance with semi-active radar terminal homing. SA-6 on a single tracked transport-erector-launcher (TEL).The fairly large missiles have an effective range of 4–24 km (2.5–15 miles) and an effective altitude of 50–14000 m (164–45,931 ft). The missile weighs 599 kg (1321 lb) and the warhead weighs 56 kg (123 lb). Top missile speed is approx. Mach 2.8. The combined propulsion system 9D16K included solid fuel rocket motor which, when burned out, forms the combustion chamber for a ramjet in a pioneering design putting this missile far ahead of its contemporaries in terms of propulsion.

Specifications (3M9)
Weight 599 kg
Length 5800 mm
Diameter 335 mm
Warhead Frag-HE
Warhead weight 59 kg
Detonation
mechanism Contact and proximity
Wingspan 1.245 m
Propellant integral rocket motor/ramjet booster and sustainer motor
Operational
range 24 kilometres (15 mi)
Flight altitude Max. 14,000 metres (46,000 ft)
Min. 100 metres (330 ft)
Speed Mach 2.8
Guidance
system semi-active radar homing
Launch
platform 2P25 TEL

Sourses:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2K12_Kub
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/missile/row/sa-6.htm
http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-2K12-Kvadrat.html

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SA-8 GECKO- surface-to-air missile system intended for short-range, low-altitude, all-weather air defense.The SA-8 was the first mobile air defense missile system incorporating its own engagement radars on a single vehicle.
All versions of the 9K33 feature all-in-one 9A33 transporter erector launcher and radar (TELAR) vehicles which can detect, track and engage aircraft independently or with the aid of regimental surveillance radars. The 6-wheeled transport vehicles are fully amphibious and air transportable. The road range is about 500 km. The first production version of this system was identified as SA-8a, which only had 4 launcher rails and exposed missiles. The SA-8b typically has two BAZ-5937 resupply/transloader vehicles, carrying 18 missiles each (boxed in sets of three) that supports a battery of four TELARs. A target can be brought under fire both with one missile as well as a volley of two missiles. This system is also air transportable.

Specifications (OSA-AKM)

Weight 17.5 tonnes
Length 9.14 m
Width 2.75 m
Height 4.20 m (radar mast stowed)
Crew 5 soldiers
Primary
armament 6 9M33, 9M33M1, 9M33M2 or 9M33M3 missiles
Engine D20K300 diesel
Ground clearance 400 mm

Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9K33_Osa
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/missile/row/sa-8.htm
http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-9K33-Osa.html

Have any one a picture of Iraqi SA-8?
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مشاركة بواسطة TangoIII » السبت يناير 08, 2011 9:20 pm

SA-9 GASKIN
Is a mobile, short-range surface-to-air missile. It is deployed in self-contained systems transporter-erector-launcher (TEL) on the BRDM-2 armored reconnaissance vehicle chassis. The system is a highly mobile, short-range, low altitude infra-red guided surface-to-air missile system. The vehicle carries quadruple SA-9 SAM launchers on a revolving mount in place of the KPV/PK machine gun turret. The missiles are usually fired in pairs against each target to increase the kill probability, with an interval between rounds of about five seconds. Reloading is performed manually and takes about five minutes.

Specifications (9M31)

Armament: launcher with four 9M31 or 9M31M missiles
Ammunition: six 9M31 or 9M31M missiles
Crew: 3
Length: 5.75 meters
Width: 2.35 meters
Height: 2.55 meters (traveling)
3.99 meters (combat - launcher raised)
Ground clearance: 0.43 meters
Wheelbase: 3.1 meters
Combat weight: 7,000 kg
Power-to-weight ratio: 20 hp/tone
Engine: GAZ-41 V-8 water-cooled petrol developing 140hp at 3,400 rpm
Maximum road speed: 100 km/hr
Maximum water speed: 10 km/hr
Maximum road range: 750 km
Fuel capacity: 290 lit
Fording: Amphibious
Vertical obstacle: 0.4 meters
Trench: 1.2 meters
Gradient: 60%
Side slope: 30%
Armor: 14mm front
7mm side
5mm rear
Armor type: Steel
NBC system: Yes
Night vision equipment: Infra-red for driver

Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9K31_Strela-1
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/ ... a/sa-9.htm
http://www.vojska.net/eng/armed-forces/ ... sile/sa-9/

SA-13 GOPHER

Is a highly mobile, visually-aimed, optical/infra-red guided, low-altitude, short-range surface to air missile system. "9K35" is its GRAU designation; its NATO reporting name is SA-13 "Gopher". The SA-13 TELAR is a modified MT-LB. The 9K35 is the successor of the 9K31 Strela-1 (SA-9 "Gaskin") and can also use the Strela-1's missiles in place of the 9M37. amphibious armored tracked vehicle with the machine-gun turret removed. SA-13 entered service in the Iraqi armed forces before the end of the Iraq - Iran war.

Specifications (9M333)

Weight 41 kg
Length 2190 mm
Diameter 120 mm
Warhead Frag-HE
Warhead weight 5 kg
Detonation
mechanism contact and laser proximity fuzes
Wingspan 360 mm
Propellant single-stage solid propellant rocket motor
Operational
range 5 kilometres (3.1 mi)
Flight altitude 3,000 metres (9,800 ft)
Speed 550 m/s

Sources:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9K35_Strela-10
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/miss ... /sa-13.htm
http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-9K35-Strela-10.html
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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة iqhawk » السبت يناير 08, 2011 11:46 pm

Iraqi SA 6 Gainful 2K12 KUB
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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة TangoIII » الأحد يناير 09, 2011 1:54 pm

Rare pics, thanks.

Have you a picture for Iraqi's SA-8 and Roland ? plz. can yor poste.

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مشاركة بواسطة TangoIII » الأحد يناير 09, 2011 2:57 pm

I would add also for Iraqi mobile air defence the another system used by Iraqi forces Roland (SAM) system.

The Roland is a Franco-German mobile short-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) system.

The system was designed to engage enemy air targets flying at speeds of up to Mach 1.3 at altitudes between 20 meters and 5,500 meters with a minimum effective range of 500 meters and a maximum of 6,300 meters. The system can operate in optical or radar mode and can switch between these modes during an engagement. A pulse-doppler search radar with a range of 15–18 km detects the target which can then be tracked either by the tracking radar or an optical tracker. The optical channel would normally be employed only in daylight against very low-level targets or in a heavy jamming environment.The Roland missile is a two-stage solid propellant unit 2.4 meters long with a weight of 66.5 kg including the 6.5 kg multiple hollow-charge fragmentation warhead which contains 3.5 kg of explosive detonated by impact or proximity fuses. The 65 projectile charges have a lethal radius of 6 meters. Cruising speed is Mach 1.6. The missile is delivered in a sealed container which is also the launch tube. Each launcher carries two launch tubes with 8 more inside the vehicle or shelter with automatic reloading in 10 seconds.transporter erector launcher and radar (TELAR) vehicles which can detect, track and engage aircraft independently or with the aid of regimental surveillance radars.
Iraq is believed to have received 100 shelter-mounted Roland 2 on MAN 8x8 trucks and 13 self-propelled systems on the AMX-30R chassis during the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war and they first went into action in 1982 claiming a F-4E Phantom and F-5E Tiger that year. Roland is believed to have shot down 2 Panavia Tornado aircraft during Operation Desert Storm and an A10 Thunderbolt during the Iraq war.


Specifications

Weight 67 kg
Length 2.40 m
Diameter 16 cm
Warhead 6.5 kg (14.3 lb) pre-fragmented high-explosive
Engine Dual-thrust solid-fueled rocket:
Booster: "Roubaix" rocket, 15.3 kN for 1.7 s
Sustainer: "Lampyre" rocket, 1.96 kN for 13.2 s
Wingspan 50 cm
Operational
range 8000 m
Flight altitude 5500 m
Speed Mach 1.6
Guidance
system tracking radar
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Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roland_(missile)
http://www.army-technology.com/projects/roland/
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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة hayder » الأحد يناير 09, 2011 3:39 pm

Iraqi rolands and SA8s as requested.
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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة raaft » الاثنين مايو 23, 2011 1:00 pm

السلام عليكم
كان يوجد في الجيش العراقي 6 كتائب كفادرات 4 منها في الجيش واثنان في الحرس
ويوجد نوعان من صواريخ الكفادرات القديم عمره 7 سنوات والاحدث 6 شهور مما يتطلب ارساله للاتحاد السوفيتي لتمديد عمره حسبما بلغني احد الضباط
العاملين عليه
كانت هناك محاولة من شركة الكرمة للتصنيع العسكري لتحوير المنتهيه اعمارها من الصاروخ الى ارض ارض مداه 120 كم الا ان المشروع توقف بسبب الغزوللكويت 1990
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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة TangoIII » السبت مارس 02, 2013 8:07 pm


لابد من الأشارة الى أن آخر طائرة أمريكية تم أسقاطها من قبل وسائل الدفاع الجوي العراقية أثناء غزو العراق عام 2003 وحسب أعتراف المصادر الأمريكية ذاتها كانت طائرة نوع
A-10 Thunderbolt II
و تم أسقاطها بواسطة مقذوف رولاند فوق بغداد يوم 8 نيسان 2003

ايسوس العراق

Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة ايسوس العراق » الاثنين مارس 04, 2013 11:54 pm

استاذ تانكًو هل سقطت الثندربولت بمعركة المطار...؟
انا اعلم انها استخدمت بكثرة ايضاً في حرب الخليج 2 وكانت تحلق بطيران منخفض تجنباً الدفاع الجوي العراقي
واسقطها الدفاع الجوي بصاروخ سام 16 واسر طيارها ثم اطلق العراق سراحه .!
العراق اسقط 5 الى 6 ثندربولت في 1991 فقط باستعمال صواريخ سام 16 و13..!

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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة TangoIII » الأحد مارس 10, 2013 7:29 pm

لا أظن أنها سقطت في معركة المطار رغم ان الأمريكان لم يحددوا واجبها بالضبط . أعتقد أنها كانت تشترك في قصف قوات الحرس الجمهوري الفيلق الشمالي الارتال المدرعة في منطقة الراشدية لأن معركة المطار كانت قد حسمت و كان يوم 7 أبريل مشهود حيث دخلت طلائع اللواء الثاني من فرقة المشاة الرابعة الأمريكية القصر الجمهوري وسيطرت عليه

في 1991 كان تكتيك القوات الأمريكة ان تطير طائرات اي-10 على أرتفاع 12 الف قدم أي 4 كم أثناء القصف لتتجنب مصادر النيران الأرضية العراقية

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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة ايسوس العراق » الأربعاء مارس 27, 2013 3:12 pm

نعم ..
بشهادة المقدم الركن ثابت العبيدي ...
سقطت الاي 10 يوم الثنين 7 -4
بمعركة المطار
بواسطة صاروخين ستريلا

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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة TangoIII » الأربعاء مارس 27, 2013 10:24 pm

نصدق من؟ الأمريكان ذكروا ان آخر طائرة سقطت يوم 8 نيسان ولا أعتقد ان هناك مبرر ما للامريكان على الآقل لاخفاء تاريخ سقوطها أعتقد اني شاهدت لقاء في البغدادية منذ فترة ليست بالقصيرة مع آمر البطارية التي أسقطت هذه الطائرة وذكر يوم 8 نيسان .

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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة Hawkeye » الخميس مارس 28, 2013 2:52 am

TangoIII كتب: نصدق من؟ الأمريكان ذكروا ان آخر طائرة سقطت يوم 8 نيسان ولا أعتقد ان هناك مبرر ما للامريكان على الآقل لاخفاء تاريخ سقوطها أعتقد اني شاهدت لقاء في البغدادية منذ فترة ليست بالقصيرة مع آمر البطارية التي أسقطت هذه الطائرة وذكر يوم 8 نيسان .
اخ تانكو كلامك صحيح يوم 8 نيسان كانت اخر طائرة اسقطت وكل الوثائق والتقارير تشير الى نفس هذ التاريخ,
لكن الغريب الامريكان او بقية القوات ما تحدثت عن سقوط المروحيات ! علما انو اول ليلىة من الحرب اسقطت مروحية امريكية بلقرب من ابو الخصيب وقتل كل من فيها بلاضافة الى حوادث اخرى من ضمنها 8 مروحيات اباتشي تضررت بشكل كبير جدا وحده منها سقطت بعد ان اشتبكت المروحيات مع فرقة مدرعة تابعة للحرس الجمهوري ليلاً " هذ الخبر ذكرة احد القادة العسكرين الامريكان في برنامج وثائقي "
وهذه لستة عن عدد الطائرات التي اسقطت خلال الحرب
March 23, 2003 – Tornado GR.4A ZG710 'D' of 13 Squadron is shot down by a US Patriot missile, killing the pilot and navigator, both from 9 Squadron
April 1, 2003 – S-3A Viking 160584 of VS-38 crashes off USS Constellation; two pilots survive
April 1, 2003 – AV-8B+(R) Harrier 165391 of HMM-263 crashes off USS Nassau; the pilot was rescued
April 1, 2003 – F-14A Tomcat 158620 'NF-104' of VF-154 crashes; the pilots survive
April 2, 2003 – F/A-18C Block 46 Hornet 164974 of VFA-195 is shot down by a US Patriot missile, killing the pilot.
April 7, 2003 – F-15E 88-1694/SJ of 4th FW/335th FS crashed on a combat bombing mission near Tikrit, Iraq. Both the pilot and Weapon Systems Officer (WSO) were killed
April 8, 2003 – A-10A 78-0691 of 124th Wing/190th FS shot down by Iraqi Roland SAM; pilot survived
June 12, 2003 – F-16CG A United States Air Force F-16C Block 40B Fighting Falcon 88-0424 of 388th FW/421st FS crashes near Baghdad due to fuel starvation. The pilot ejected safely

هذ الفديو مسجل من قائد طائرة ال A-10 في لحظة سقوطة " الى جهنم وبئس المصير " لائنة الاخر لحظة يشتم العراقيين .
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5E6TdEhDzXc

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وهذه لسته لعدد و انواع الطائرات التي سقطت في العراق ما بعد الحرب :

2010
July 28 – An Iraqi military Mil Mi-17 helicopter crashes in a sandstorm. Five-member crew is killed.[10]
April 17 – UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter goes down about 12 miles (19 km) north of Tikrit. One U.S. service member is killed and 3 others are injured .[11][12][13]
February 21 – OH-58 Kiowa helicopter crashes in northern Iraq killing the two pilots on board.[14][15][16][17]
[edit]2009
November 9 – An OH-58 Kiowa experiences a hard landing north of Baghdad in the Saladin Province. Two U.S. Army pilots are killed.[18][19] They were assigned to the 2nd Squadron, 6th Cavalry Regiment, 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks.[20]
September 19 – One U.S. service member was killed and 12 others are injured when a UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter goes down inside of Joint Base Balad.[21]
January 26 – Two OH-58 Kiowas collide near Kirkuk while evading enemy fire, killing four soldiers.[22][23][24][25][26]
[edit]2008
November 15 – An OH-58 Kiowa Warrior strikes a tower near Mosul killing the 2 pilots.[27][28]
October 4 – Two American UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters collide while trying to land in Baghdad. An Iraqi soldier was killed, while two Iraqis and three Americans were injured.[29][30][31] Incident was due to mechanical failure.[32]
September 18 – A CH-47 Chinook en route to Balad from Kuwait crashes 62 miles (100 km) west of Basrah International Airport, killing seven U.S. soldiers.[33][34][35][36]
June 1 – A U.S. helicopter crashes south of Baghdad, injuring two soldiers. The type of helicopter has not been revealed.[37][38]
March 27 – An Iraqi military Mil Mi-17 helicopter is shot down during heavy fighting in northern Basra.[39]
March 4 – An Iraqi military Mil Mi-17 helicopter crashes south of Baiji due to a sandstorm, about 90 miles (140 km) south of Mosul in northern Iraq, killing an American soldier and seven other people.[40][41][42]
[edit]2007
2007 – Four AH-64 Apache helicopters were destroyed on the ground by Iraqi insurgent mortar fire; the insurgents had made use of embedded coordinates in web-published photographs (geotagging) taken of the helicopters by soldiers to track the exact location of the helicopters.[43][44]
November 20 – A RAF HC.1 Puma ZA938 crashes. 2 SAS troopers die after the Puma troop transporter goes down in an urban area during a covert mission over Baghdad. Two other men from 22 Special Air Service Regiment were seriously injured in the crash although their condition is not thought to be life threatening. A further seven SAS and three RAF survived the impact and were later rescued by Coalition forces.[45][46][47]
Wikinews has related news: 14 US soldiers dead after helicopter crash in Iraq
August 22 – UH-60L Black Hawk 06-27077 crashes in northern Iraq, killing all 14 U.S. soldiers. The military said initial indications showed the aircraft experienced a mechanical problem.[48][49][50][51]
August 14 – CH-47D Chinook 89-00171 from B Company, 1–52 Aviation Regiment crashes near the al-Taqaddum air base west of Baghdad, killing five crew on board.[52][53][54]
August 10 – A U.S. Navy HH-60 "Rescue Hawk" make a forced landing in Yusufiyah. The two crew members sustained non-life threatening injuries.[55]
July 31 – An AH-64 Apache goes down after coming under fire in eastern Baghdad. The two crew members were safely extracted.[56][57]
July 4 – An OH-58 Kiowa 95-0002 crashes into power lines in Mosul, killing the pilot and injuring the copilot.[58]
July 2 – OH-58D Kiowa 91-0560 from 3–17 Cavalry Regiment is shot down along a canal south of Baghdad in Babil province with small arms, both pilots were rescued by strapping themselves onto the stub wings of an AH-64 Apache. Helicopter was later destroyed.[59][60]
May 29 – OH-58D(R) Kiowa 93-0978 from B Troop, 2–6 Cavalry Regiment is shot down between Baquba and Muqdadiyah with small arms, killing the chopper's two pilots.[61][62][63]
April 15 – Two British Aérospatiale Puma helicopters are involved in a mid-air collision near Taji, north of Baghdad. Both aircraft crash, with two personnel killed and one seriously injured.[64]
April 5 – A UH-60 Black Hawk carrying nine is shot down in Latifiya using anti-aircraft heavy machine guns, 4 were wounded.[65][66][67]
March 1 – An OH-58D Kiowa makes a hard landing south of Kirkuk, injuring both crewmembers, and becomes entangled in overhanging wires before hitting the ground.[68] Reports had varied whether the crash was due to a mechanical[69] or electronic failure[70] and whether it is shot down.[71]
February 22 – A UH-60 Black Hawk crashed in an area north of Baquba City. The helicopter went down in a clash between gunmen and U.S. troops.[72]
February 21 – A UH-60 Black Hawk is hit by RPG and small arms fire north of Baghdad and makes a hard landing; all nine military personnel on board were rescued.[73][74]
February 7 – CH-46E Sea Knight from HMM-364 is shot down, by a shoulder-fired missile, in al-Karma, outside Fallujah, killing all 7 on board. (see picture above) [75][76][77]
February 2 – AH-64D Apache 02-5337 from A Company, 1st Battalion, 227th Aviation Regiment, 1st Air Cavalry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division shot down by a combination of gunfire and a shoulder-fired missile, near Taji, killing the two pilots.[78][79][80]
January 28 – AH-64D Apache from 4th Battalion, 227th Aviation Regiment, 1st Air Cavalry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division shot down by hostile fire during the Battle of Najaf, killing the two pilots.[81]
January 25 – A UH-60 Black Hawk shot down by gunfire near Hit. All aboard survive the incident.[8]
January 20 – A U.S. Army AH-64 Apache helicopter crashed near Najaf. One solder killed.[82]
January 20 – A UH-60 Black Hawk from C Company, 1–131 Aviation Regiment[83] shot down by a combination of several heavy machine guns and a shoulder-fired missile north-east of Baghdad. All 12 crew and passengers on board are killed in the incident.[83][84]
[edit]2006
December 11 – CH-53E Super Stallion 164785 from HMH-465 carrying 21 personnel crashes in Al Anbar Province. The helicopter experienced a brownout killing 1 and injuring 17.[85] Helicopter was written off.[86]
December 3 – CH-46E Sea Knight from HMM-165 carrying 16 personnel made an emergency landing on Lake Qadisiyah in Al Anbar Province. Four of the passengers drowned in the incident.[87][88]
November 6 – AH-64D Apache from A Company, 1–82nd Attack Reconnaissance Battalion (ARB) attached to 25th Combat Aviation Brigade crashes north of Baghdad, killing the two pilots.[89]
September 7 – CH-53D Sea Stallion (157146) from HMH-463 made nighttime hard landing in Al Anbar Province and later was written off.[90]
August 8 – A UH-60 Black Hawk 86-24535 from 82nd AAC (MEDEVAC) attached to 3rd MAW crashes in Anbar, killing two crew members and injuring four.[91][92]
July 18 – A PZL W-3WA Sokół (Polish Air Force) crashes in Air Base in Al Diwaniyah, injuring 4 crew and 3 passengers.[93]
July 13 – AH-64D Apache from 4–4th Aviation Regiment shot down south of Baghdad. The two pilots survive.[94]
May 27 – AH-1W SuperCobra 164591 from HMLA-169 crashes into Lake Habbaniyah, killing the pilot and a maintenance ground crew member on board.[95]
May 14 – AH-6M Little Bird (OH-6 Cayuse) from 1–160th SOAR shot down during combat operations in Yusufiyah, southwest of Baghdad, killing the two crewmen.[96]
May 6 – A Westland Lynx AH.7 (Royal Navy) from 847 Squadron is shot down with a SA-14 over Basra, killing five crewmen and crashing into a house.[97][98]
April 1 – AH-64D Apache from 4–4th Aviation Regiment shot down southwest of Baghdad, killing the two crewmen.[89]
January 16 – AH-64D Apache 03-5385 from B Company, 1–4th Aviation Regiment shot down north of Baghdad, killing the two pilots.[89][99]
January 13 – OH-58D Kiowa 95-0021 from 1–10th Aviation Regiment shot down outside Forward Operating Base Courage, outside Mosul, killing the two pilots.[100]
January 7 – UH-60L Black Hawk 91-26346 from B Company, 1–207th Aviation Regiment crashes near Tal Afar in bad weather, killing 12 people on board. Reports suggest it was not shot down.[101]
[edit]2005
December 26 – An AH-64D Apache 03-5375 from 1–4th Aviation Regiment collides with another Apache near Baghdad, both crewmembers are killed.[89][102] Second AH-64 wasn’t destroyed.
November 2 – An AH-1W SuperCobra 165321 from HMLA-369 shot down near Ramadi, killing the two pilots.[103][104]
August 29 – An OH-58D(I) Kiowa 90-0037 from 4th Squadron, 3d ACR crashes in Iraq.[105]
August 12 – An AH-64A Apache 90-0442 from C Company, 8–229th Aviation Regiment crashes near Kirkuk, injuring both crewmembers. Helicopter is written off.[106]
July 19 – AH-64D Apache 02-5319 from 1–3rd Aviation Regiment crashes in Iraq, injuring the two pilots. Helicopter is written off.[107]
July 2 – A CH-47D Chinook 85-24335 from C Company/159th Aviation Brigade destroyed in a fire on the ground at Ramadi Camp.[108]
June 27 – An AH-64D Apache from 3–3rd Aviation Regiment is shot down by a shoulder-fired missile near Mishahda, killing the two pilots.[89][109]
May 31 – An Italian AB-412 helicopter crashes near Nasiriyah, killing the four soldiers on board.[110]
May 26 – An OH-58D(I) Kiowa 93-0989 from 1–17th Cavalry Regiment is shot down with small arms near Baquba, killing the two crewmen.[63][111]
May 21 – A CH-47D Chinook 87-00102 from B Company, 4–123rd Aviation Regiment crashes in Iraq due to failure of both engines. Five crewmen injured. Helicopter was blown in-place.[112]
April 17 – AH-64D Apache 03-5370 from 4th Squadron, 3d ACR makes hard landing near Baghdad.[113]
March 3 – A Westland Lynx mk.8 (Royal Navy) crashes during Gulf exercise. The three crew members survived. The Lynx is currently deployed to HMS Nottingham.[114]
January 28 – An OH-58 Kiowa 96-0019 from 1–7th Cavalry Regiment crashes in Baghdad after hitting electrical wires, killing the two crewmen.[63]
January 26 – A CH-53E Super Stallion 164536 from HMH-361 crashes in Al-Anbar province, killing 30 U.S. Marines and one Navy sailor.[115][116][117]

2004


The UH-60 Black Hawk that crashed on September 21, 2004
December 15 – A PZL W-3WA Sokół 0902 from 25 BKP crashes near Karbala due to pilot error; three Polish soldiers are killed and four injured.[118]
December 9 – AH-64A Apache 91-0012 from A Company, 1–151st Aviation Regiment hit a UH-60L Black Hawk 82-23668 from N Company/4-278th ACR on the ground at a Mosul base, killing the two Apache pilots and wounding four soldiers on board the Black Hawk. Both helicopters destroyed.[89]
November 12 – UH-60A Black Hawk from 1–106th Aviation Regiment shot down northeast of Baghdad, wounding three of the four crew members.[119]
November 11 – AH-1W SuperCobra 161021 from HMLA-169 is shot down by RPG and small arms fire near Fallujah. It is destroyed by Iraqi rebel forces, crew recovered intact.[120]
November 9 – US OH-58D Kiowa shot down by rocket fire over Fallujah.[121]
October 16 – Two OH-58D Kiowas 94-0172 and 97-0130 from 1–25th Aviation Regiment collide near Baghdad, killing two pilots aboard the first craft, and wounding two aboard the other.[122]
September 23 – AH-64D Apache 02-5292 from B Company, 1–227th Aviation Regiment, 4th BCT, 1st Cavalry Division crashes near Tallil AB, Iraq when pilot loses control following tail rotor problem.[107]
September 21 – UH-60A Black Hawk 87-24579 from A Company, 1–244th Aviation Regiment crashes near Nasiriyah, wounding four crew members.[123]
September 8 – CH-46E Sea Knight 153372 Shot down by RPG Fire South of Camp Fallujah, crashes and is burned out near Al-Buaisa. All four crew members injured.[124][125]
September 4 – OH-58D Kiowa (3–17 CAV) shot down over Tal Afar, Iraq; both pilots safe. Incident highlighted in TV Documentary Kiowa Down.[126]
August 11 – CH-53E Super Stallion 164782 from HMM-166 (Reinforced) crashes in the Al-Anbar province, killing two Marines and wounding three others.
August 8 – OH-58D(I) Kiowa 96-0015 made emergency landing north of Baghdad after being hit by RPG. Crew unhurt.[127]
August 5 – UH-1N Huey 160439 from HMM-166 shot down near Najaf; crew wounded.[128] Helicopter was later written off.[129]
July 19 – near Basra, a British HC.1 Aérospatiale Puma XW221 of 33 RAF Squadron crashes, killing one crewman and injuring two others.[130]
June 24 – AH-1W SuperCobra 163939 shot down in Fallujah; pilots safe.[131]
June 12 – OH-58D(R) Kiowa 94-0171 from A Company, 1–25th Aviation Regiment crashes north of Baghdad; both pilots safe.[132]
April 26 – OH-58D(I) Kiowa 91-0567 from P Troop, 4th Squadron, 2d ACR made emergency landing at Kut after engine problem and burned out. Both crewmembers safe.[60]
April 16 – CH-47D Chinook 92-0301 from C Company/193rd Aviation Brigade (Hawaii Army National Guard) makes hard landing during sandstorm and was later destroyed. Crew memberssafe.[133]
April 12 – MH-53M Pave Low 69-5797 of 16th SOW/20th SOS shot down by RPG near Fallujah, three on board are wounded. Helicopter was later destroyed.[134][135]
April 11 – An AH-64D Apache 02-5301 from C Company, 1–227 Aviation Regiment, 4th BCT, 1st Cavalry Division shot down west of Baghdad, killing both pilots.
April 7 – OH-58D Kiowa crashes near Baquba after being hit by ground fire; pilots rescued.
March 30 – Two AH-1W SuperCobras 163947 and 164595 of HMLA-775 collide near Al Taqaddum, Iraq; pilots rescued. Both helicopters destroyed.[86][131]
March 11 – CH-46E Sea Knight 153389 from HMM-161 makes hard landing in brownout conditions in Al Anbar province; took additional damage during transportation and later was written off.[124]
February 25 – OH-58D(R) Kiowa 97-0124 crashes in Iraq with 4th Squadron, 3d ACR, after striking electrical wires west of Baghdad, killing the two pilots.[63][136]
January 25 – An OH-58D Kiowa (93-0957) from 3–17 Cavalry Regiment crashes into the Tigris River during a rescue mission, after hitting electrical wires, killing both pilots.[63]
January 23 – An OH-58D Kiowa (93-0950) from 3–17 Cavalry Regiment crashes just after take-off outside Mosul, killing both pilots.[63]
January 13 – AH-64 Apache from 4th Squadron, 3d Armored Cavalry Regiment shot down near Habbaniyah, pilots rescued.
[137][138]
January 8 – A UH-60 Black Hawk (86-24488) from 571st Medical Company (Air Ambulance) shot down near Fallujah, killing 9 crew and passengers.[139][140][141]
January 2 – An OH-58D Kiowa 90-0370 from 1–17 Cavalry Regiment (assigned to 1–82 Aviation Brigade) shot down near Fallujah, killing a pilot.[63]
January 1 – UH-60L Black Hawk 93-26514 from 4–101st Aviation Regiment makes hard landing.[142]
[edit]2003


U.S. Army AH-64 Apache that crashed in central Iraq in November 2003.
December 11 – AH-64D Apache from 1–101st Aviation Regiment crash-lands due to the APU clutch failing and starting a fire in flight and subsequently is burned to the ground 15 miles (24 km) south of Mosul. The pilots survived.[143]
December 9 – An OH-58 Kiowa helicopter is hit by a rocket-propelled grenade, forcing a crash landing. Both crewmembers survive.[144][145]
November 25 – OH-58D Kiowa 96-0040 crashes after its tail rotor struck ground.[127]
November 21 – OH-58D Kiowa 92-0605 from D Troop, 1–17 Cavalry Regiment written off, reason unknown.[133]
November 15 – Two UH-60L Black Hawks from 4–101st Aviation Regiment(93-26531) and 9–101st Aviation Regiment(94-26548) collide and crash after one aircraft coming under fire; 6 and 11 soldiers (crew and passengers) on board are killed, respectively, and 5 others on board the first AC are injured in Mosul.[146][147]
November 7 – UH-60L Black Hawk 92-26413 (or 92-26431) from 5–101 Aviation Regiment shot down by a MANPAD near Tikrit; all four crew, and both passengers from the Department of the Army are killed.[148]
November 2 – near Fallujah, CH-47D Chinook 91-0230 of Detachment 1/F Company/106th Aviation Brigade shot down with an SA-7 missile; 16 soldiers killed, 26 wounded.[149][150][151]
October 30 – AH-64D Apache 00-5211 (ex AH-64A 86-9009) of 6–6th Cavalry Regiment crashes near Balad AAF, Iraq, and burned out. Both crewmembers are safe.[152]
October 25 – UH-60L Black Hawk 96-26653 From B co. 3-158 Avn. Regt. of the 12th Avn. BDE crashes and burns out after being hit by an SA-7 missile near Tikrit, 1 soldier injured. This reference story is incorrect. From the Plt. Sgt. that maintained the aircraft. P.O.C. commander the aircraft belonged to, CPT Scott Halter.[153]
October 23 – AH-64D Apache 00-5219 (ex AH-64A 86-8972) from 1–101st Aviation Regiment crashes in Iraq while approaching to land at Kirkuk. The APU clutch failed and started a fire in flight. Aircraft landed safely but fuselage was almost completely burnt through.[152]
October 13 – OH-58D Kiowa (93-0991) from C Troop, 1–17th Cavalry Regiment crashes inside Iraq, pilots survive.[154]
October 7 – OH-58D Kiowa (92-0578) crashes inside Iraq, pilots survive.[133]
September 2 – A soldier is killed as a UH-60L Black Hawk from 2–501st Aviation Regiment rolls over during a nighttime troop insertion southwest of Baghdad.[155]
August 28 – CH-47D Chinook 88-0098 from F Company/159th Aviation Brigade written off in Iraq.[156]
August 14 – AH-64D Apache 01-5241 (ex AH-64A 87-0507) of 1–14th Aviation Regiment crashes in Iraq.[157]
June 19 – AH-64A Apache 87-0498 of R Troop, 4th Squadron, 3d ACR makes hard landing following inflight fire. Helicopter is written off.[123]
June 12 – AH-64D Apache of 101st Aviation Brigade helicopter shot down near Baghdad, both crewmembers survive.[158]
May 19 – CH-46E Sea Knight 156424 of HMM-364 crashes in Al-Hilla, killing four Marines; another Marine drowns trying to rescue the crew.[159]
May 9 – UH-60A Black Hawk 86-24507 of 571st Medical Company (AA) crashes into Tigris River, the vicinity of Samarrah, Iraq killing two pilots and crew chief. One more soldier was injured.[160]
May 6 – OH-58D Kiowa 94-0163 of N Troop, 4th Squadron, 3d ACR crashes near Al Asad and burns out. One crewmember injured.[132]
April 30 – A Marine CH-53E Super Stallion 162486 of HMH-465 crashes near Najaf and burns out. Crew escaped.[128]
April 14 – A Marine AH-1W SuperCobra 163940 of HMLA-169 crashes near Samarra, injuring both pilots. Helicopter was later destroyed.[131]
April 6 – UH-60 Black Hawk 93-26522 from B Company, 4–101st Aviation Regiment crashes inside Iraq, crew survive.[161]
April 5 – AH-1W SuperCobra 161020 of HMLA-267 crashes, killing both pilots.[162]
April 2 – A UH-60A Black Hawk (94-26557) of B Company, 2–3rd Aviation Regiment is shot down near Karbala, killing 7 soldiers and injuring 4 more.[163]
March 31 – AH-64D Apache 84-24201 of C Company, 1–3rd Aviation Regiment crashes on landing in Iraq, injuring the two pilots. Helicopter was written off.[164]
March 30 – UH-1N Huey 160620 of HMLA-169 crashes; three die.[165]
March 28 – Two AH-64D Apaches, 97-5032 of A Company and 98-5068 of B Company, 2–101st Aviation Regiment crash in Iraq; one pilot injured.[166]
March 28 – OH-58D Kiowa 95-0006 from A Troop, 2–17th Cavalry Regiment crashes in Iraq, pilots survive.[167]
March 27 – OH-58D Kiowa 95-0024 from C Troop, 2–17th Cavalry Regiment crashes in Iraq, pilots survive.[167]
March 26 – UH-1N Huey 160444 of HMLA-269 makes hard landing in sandstorm and is written off.[128]
March 23 – AH-64D Apache 85-25407 from C Company, 1st Battalion, 227th Aviation Regiment, 4th BCT, 1st Cavalry Division shot down during attack on Republican Guard; two pilots taken prisoner.[168] Helicopter was supposedly destroyed by Coalition forces, but Iraqi TV showed an AH-64 being taken to Baghdad on a low loader.[164]
March 22 – Two Royal Navy ASaC.7 Sea Kings XV650 'CU-182' and XV704 'R-186' of 849 Squadron/A Flight collide over the Persian Gulf, killing six British crew members and one American.[169]
March 20 – CH-46E Sea Knight 152579 of HMM-268 crashes in Kuwait 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) from Iraqi border, killing eight British Marines of 42 CDO and four American Marines.[153]
[170]
March 19 – MH-53M Pave Low 67-14993 of 20th SOS carrying special forces crashes in southern Iraq. No one is killed. The craft was later destroyed to prevent capture.[171]
[edit]Fixed-wing aircraft

2008
November 26, 2008 – A US Army C-23 Sherpa from 2–641 Aviation Brigade made a wheels up landing at al-Kut, while operating with Task Force 34. None of the four man crew and seven passengers were injured.[172]
November 12, 2008 – A USAF F-16 caught fire on takeoff. The pilot survived.[173]
June 27, 2008 – A C-130 Hercules is damaged beyond repair in an emergency landing northeast of Baghdad International Airport. All 38 on board were transported to nearby Sather Air Base for medical evaluation. The aircraft was significantly damaged in the landing, and was deemed a write-off and destroyed.[174][175]
January 7, 2008 – Two F/A-18 fighter jets operation from USS Harry S. Truman crashed during an Iraq-related mission in the Gulf. All three pilots were rescued.[176][177]
[edit]2007
July 16, 2007 – A US F-16, serial 92-3901, from the 35th FW crashed. The pilot survived. The crash was attributed to under-inflation of the landing gear tires.[178]
June 15, 2007 – A US F-16, serial 89-2031, from the Ohio ANG crashed on takeoff at night. The pilot, Maj. Kevin Sonnenberg, was killed. The cause was not hostile fire and is believed to be pilot spatial disorientation.[179][180]
February 11, 2007 – A British C-130 Hercules is destroyed by coalition forces after being heavily damaged in a night landing in southern Iraq; two are injured. The aircraft was struck by two improvised explosive devices placed by insurgents, upon landing at a temporary runway in Maysan Province.[181][182]
[edit]2006
November 27, 2006 – F-16CG, serial 90-0776, from the 524th Fighter Squadron crashes near Fallujah while on a low-altitude ground-strafing run. The pilot, Major Troy Gilbert, was killed. His body was taken by insurgents. It was never recovered.[183][184]
[edit]2005
May 2, 2005 – Two F/A-18C Block 39/40 Hornet fighter jets of VMFA-323, BuNos 164721 and 164732, collide over south-central Iraq, during a sortie from USS Carl Vinson, killing the two pilots.[185]
January 30, 2005 – A British C-130K Hercules C.1P XV179 is shot down north of Baghdad, killing 9 Royal Air Force crew and one British soldier.[186][187]
[edit]2004
December 29, 2004 – An American Special Forces MC-130H Hercules (c/n 382-5054, 16th SOW, 15th SOS) is written off while landing on Q-West airfield near Mosul, Iraq, though no one was hurt. The pilot was unaware a large pit had been dug in the runway.[188]

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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة ايسوس العراق » الثلاثاء إبريل 30, 2013 10:45 pm

رغم انه ليس الموضوع المخصص لكني تفاجئت عندما قرات عن العمليات التي اجرتها الثاندر 10 !! في 91 طبعاً!
أكثر من 1000 عملية قتل مؤكدة تجاه دبابات وعربات عسكرية مدرعة عراقية مختلفة ، ونحو 926 قطعة مدفعية ، 1,106 شاحنة ، 112 تركيب عسكري ، 96 موقع رادار ، 72 مخبأ ، 51 قاذفة صاروخ SCUD (بالنسبة للسكود كانت موجهة ضد السعودية انذاك ..)...
العراق اسقط من الثاندر اي 10 منذ 91 الى 2011
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Re: Iraqi mobile defence systems

مشاركة بواسطة raaft » الأربعاء مايو 01, 2013 9:03 pm

كل قاذفات السكود التي يملكها العراق كان 16 قاذفة ولم تدمر منهااي واحدةخلال حرب 1991

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