Wabobezi wa Iran ni njia gani waloitumia kunasa Scan Eagle NQ1?!

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Feb 9, 2012
Gazeti la Marekani Cristian Science Monitor lilinakili maneno ya Bw.Patrison ambae alipongeza Jamuhuri ya Kiislam ya Iran
kuinasa RQ170 mwaka ulopita akisema:

Kunaswa kwa mara nyengine tena ndege ya kijasusi ya Marekani aina ya Scan Eagle NQ1 ni mafaanikio na kuonyesha kiasi gani
Iran imeendelea kiteknolojia.

Akiendelea kusema: Teknolokia ilotumiwa kunaswa Scan Eagle NQ1 inaitwa UDANGANYIFU ambayo imetumiwa na wabobezi wa Iran kutumia GPS ndege hiyo, Teknolojia hii inatumiwa kuchanganya sistim ya ndege na kusikia ujumbe wa kuamrishwa kushuka na kudhani kua amri na ujumbe huo ni wa kutuo kikuu na kushuka katika mikono ya adui.

Akimalizia kwa kusema: Ila teknolojia hii hutmiwa pale tu unapokua unataarifa zaidi ya ndege, La ajabu ni kwamba Je! Iran ilikua na taarifa kamili ya Scan Eagle NQ1?!

Na teknolojia hiyo nani kawafundisha? Hii ni ishara kua Jamuhuri ya Kiislamu ya Iran imesonga mbele katika teknolojia ya kivita kiasi ya kwamba hakuna anaejua teknolojia yao imefikia wapi ni hii ni hatari kwa kila nchi itayo thubutu kuivamia Iran hasa Marekani na Israel.


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[h=3]Measuring the loss of the RQ-170 Sentinel in Iran[/h]55 Comments
On or about December 4, the US Air Force lost a highly-classified RQ-170 Sentinel low-observable Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) to Iran.
The aircraft was later shown on Iranian national TV. Iran says it plans to put the Sentinel on public display along with less advanced Israeli and US drones it has also captured.
Following the latest incident, Iran has been talking up its electronic warfare capability - specifically to take control of the Sentinel and land it - and claiming that exploitation of the Sentinel will better enable Iran to protect itself against US stealth combat aircraft. For its part, the US has been talking down the significance of the loss. As might be expected, the truth lies somewhere between the two positions.
The "RQ" denominator indicates that the Sentinel is an unarmed reconnaissance platform, unlike the Predator or Reaper Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), with their "MQ" prefix - denoting an air-to-surface-missile capability.
The RQ-170 was developed by Lockheed Martin and is operated by the 432d Air Expeditionary Wing of the US Air Force's Air Combat Command. The emblem of the Wing's 30th Reconnaissance Squadron, which flies the Sentinel for the CIA and other agencies, is a black crow standing astride a globe. (Crows and blackbirds typically symbolises electronic warfare or secret mission operators.)
The Sentinel was introduced into service in 2007 and has been used so far to conduct reconnaissance over Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan (including monitoring of bin Laden's compound at Abbottabad), and probably North Korea. This particular UAS was being operated out of the Soviet-built Shindand Air Base in western Afghanistan. The Sentinel's presence in Afghanistan first became public knowledge when it was photographed at Kandahar Air Base in 2007, and dubbed "the beast of Kandahar". Its existence was officially acknowledged in 2009.
Video footage shown by Iran suggests that the Sentinel was recovered largely intact. The shrouding used for the video footage of the UAS probably indicates some hull and landing gear damage.
Iran claims it electronically controlled the drone to a safe landing 250 kilometres inside its border with Afghanistan. The Commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps stated:
"After entering the country's eastern space the plane was caught in an electronic ambush by the armed forces and it was brought down on the land with minimum damage."
The lack of more substantial crash damage could indicate that the Sentinel malfunctioned or ran out of fuel and went into a flat spin, ending in a heavy landing. The Sentinel has a failsafe backup system that sends it back to its operating base if controller contact is lost. This would not of course be effective if the aircraft malfunctioned. When the Sentinel failed to return, operators initially hoped it had crashed and been destroyed.
It is possible that Iran could have commandeered the Sentinel, rather than it suffered a malfunction and landed on its own as claimed by the US. A later report suggests that Iran jammed the control link and, when the UAS attempted to return to the GPS location of its operating base in Afghanistan, substituted a GPS location within Iran which it went to instead.
Iran's acquisition of the UAS relatively intact is certainly an embarrassment for the US intelligence community, but is probably not as damaging as suggested in most Western and Islamic media reporting. This is evidenced by the lack of soul-searching in the US military or aerospace industry about the loss of advanced stealth or Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) technology.
A US official was quoted as saying:
"The Iranians don't have the ability to reverse-engineer it, and there was no fancy technology on board… There could be a bit of a problem if the Russians or Chinese get the [airframe]."
Images of the Sentinel suggest it was probably designed to avoid use of highly sensitive technologies, for example the exhaust is not shielded by the wing, it has rounded (rather than blunt) leading edges and over-wing sensor pods, while other stealthy options were not optimised at the expense of endurance or operating performance.
The Sentinel is a single-engine UAS, and its loss over a target's territory would be inevitable over time. Ever since the loss of Gary Powers' U-2 spy plane over the Soviet Union in 1960, and the emergency landing of a damaged US Navy EP-3E on China's Hainan Island in 2001, the US has emphasised the importance of not allowing sensitive technologies to fall into adversaries' hands. (The Lockheed EP-3 is the signals intelligence version of the P-3 Orion.) Both incidents were intelligence and propaganda windfalls for the Soviet Union and China, who were able to exploit or reverse-engineer captured technologies.
The light colour of the Sentinel UAS suggests it was probably intended to operate at altitudes of around 15,000 metres. At higher altitudes - above 18,000 metres, dark tones provide the best concealment, even in daylight.
The lower operating altitude also allows use of an off-the-shelf engine and less sophisticated sensor systems, such as a Full-Motion Video (FMV) payload. FMV is important for activity-based intelligence analysis; both the CIA and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) see activity-based intelligence as the path to better real-time monitoring of Iran, and are expanding that capability.
With its moderate degree of stealth and other characteristics, it is likely that the Sentinel, with its approximately 27-metre wingspan, is a tactical operations-oriented platform, and not one optimised for strategic intelligence gathering against, for example, Iran's nuclear facilities. Its primary purpose is probably to fly in the border regions of target countries to gather information about missile tests and telemetry, as well as collect signals and multispectral intelligence. In the case of Iran, Sentinel is no doubt using FMV to track Iranian supplies of weapons and aid to insurgents in Afghanistan. (Sentinel near real-time FMV was reportedly linked back to the White House during the raid on bin Laden's compound.)
Russia and China are said to be keen to exploit the captured technology, which will include up-to-date - if not highly advanced - ISR systems, a current generation UAS engine - probably the General Electric TF34 turbofan - and to analyse "the stealthy coating" and structure of the aircraft. Iran says it is planning to clone and mass produce the Sentinel for use against its enemies.
The main concern for the US is whether Iran really has the technological capability to interdict or interfere with these aircraft and monitor data links. Its loss could conceivably have been facilitated by Russian electronic warfare technicians who are believed to have examined other US drones in Iran's possession. If Iran has, or has access to, advanced electronic warfare capabilities, there could be significant implications for other more stealthy US platforms operating over Iran.


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Nov 3, 2010
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