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[liberationtech] Russian defense tech industry & Syria

EI8FDB ei8fdb at ei8fdb.org
Mon Mar 26 11:25:54 PDT 2012


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Hi Brian,

Thanks, but I think that might be a different magazine? (Still interesting though....thanks)

Defense Technologies International seems to be published by McGraw Hill (I thought they published school and science books?), whereas Defense Technologies is published by "ARMS−TASS NEWS AGENCY" , http://www.arms-tass.su/ You'd think they could come up with unique names...

I can find lots of Russian language information, but my Russian worse than terrible, and Google Translate ain't working.

thanks,
Bernard

On 26 Mar 2012, at 18:36, Brian Conley wrote:

> Google loves you:
> 
> http://www.mirageswar.com/raznoe/33239-defense-technology-international-magazine-2011-march.html
> 
> On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 10:16 AM, EI8FDB <ei8fdb at ei8fdb.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> The following link was passed along to me, http://ge.tt/8cgzzUF/v/0 - It is a Russian "defence technologies" publication from "the ARMS-TASS News Agency" from 2003.
> 
> Page 3 outlines Russia's relationship (at time of writing, 2003) with Syria and its mentions the "prospects for development are very hopeful." This in itself does not point to any concrete connection, but it may backup previous statements about Russia's "involvement".
> 
> Page 34-35 & 38 outline Russian electronic warfare hardware, Avtobaza ELINT station and the AKUP-1. Pages 40 details a Russian company who design and build communications monitoring kit. (It does not go into much detail but gives an outline as to capabilities).
> 
> Has anyone on this list ever come across the magazine before? Or knows where a more up-to-date edition could be found? It seems like the Russian version of JDW.
> 
> thanks
> Bernard
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