Agusta A129 variants

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A good point Racer. Some sensors are more sensitive to refraction of the energy they are collecting with which to make guidance changes. Sand at airspeeds becomes a sand blasting and can craze the lense of a missile.
 

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Looks like a game of Buckaroo is just about to end!

The A129 and Agusta deserve better recognition for their contribution to the world of attack helicopters. I was quite stunned by the UK General Staff's comments on the subject.

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The most up-to-date variant of the 129 platform, modifications by TAI - second phase of T-129 project for Turkish Armed Forces.
Modifications on wings, aft and rear of the platform include Radar Warning Receivers, Radio Frequency Jammers and Laser Warning Receiver
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TAI T-129B Phase II , has passed all tests and has entered into serial production. 24 T-129B Phase II helicopters are to be produced for Turkish Armed Forces.

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Philippines to receive some T-129s soon
just curious, does Augusta make any money or anything for T-129s sold?
I am wondering what agreement Augusta has with TAI

 

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T-129B Phase II - Along with electronic warfare built into the frame of the helicopter, it is also equipped with a jammer pod under wing station.
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