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Missile example mistakes
Some data is incorrect. R-33 does not use active radar homing, it's semi-active, on each type of missile (baseline, export R-33E, and upgraded R-33S). Also, there is no semi-active/infrared homed R-27. There were five production types, R-27R, R-27ER, R-27T, R-27ET, and R-27AE. The R types use semi-active terminal guidance, the T types use infrared homing guidance, and A type uses active terminal guidance. For radar models INS is used for first stage, while infrared seeking ones require a lock on before launch. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Zb10948 (talk • contribs) 00:18, 7 February 2012 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:Meteor3.jpg
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Effectiveness of BVR combat
A while ago I deleted the sentence: "Investments in BVR air to air combat have almost entirely failed to achieve their objectives" only for my edit to be undone. I'm no expert on whether BVR is an effective air combat doctrine or not, but Wikipedia articles are not the place to be making such one-sided statements. It's one thing to present one side of an argument, but that's not what this sentence attempts to convey; it should be deleted —Masterblooregard (talk) 03:48, 27 November 2011 (UTC)