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Mod outfit from ESO Altmer Armor

This character is a follower, made by my friend and you can check this in the NexusMod, name Aesa

Witcher 3 Yennefer and Ciri Armor - SSE CBBE BodySlide (with Physics) : www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/30355

Witcher 3 Yennefer and Ciri Armor - SSE CBBE BodySlide (with Physics) : www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/30355

Here are some shots that did not make it into the last chapter of Edrelle's tale, glimpses of Edrelle and her friends braving the wind atop High Hrothgar's walls, of both groups of adventurers gathered under canopy of amber leaves, of Aesa sharing amusing tale with Tacita and Agmok and of the some of the worn steps brushed by snow among the moonlight.

Witcher 3 Yennefer and Ciri Armor - SSE CBBE BodySlide (with Physics) : www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/30355

Rd2 1070 und 1094 vor einem mit Holzhackschnitzel beladenen Zug, bei Mosås / Schweden

 

Rd2 1070 and 1094 power her train near Mosås / Sweden

ZJ700 Eurofighter Typhoon (IPA5) BAe Systems, Warton. 'Tarnish 69' seen here recovering at Warton after the second flight of IPA5, with the CAPTOR E-Scan (AESA - Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar) fitted, the first being last Friday, which was IPA5's first flight in more than two years, an important milestone in the continued development of the Eurofighter Typhoon. Although the radar is apparently yet to be switched on in-flight, the testing phase, now begins in earnest with Kuwait being the launch customer for Typhoon with the new radar fitted.

Witcher 3 Yennefer and Ciri Armor - SSE CBBE BodySlide (with Physics) : www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/30355

VK-16, an F-35B from VMFA-121 "Green Knights" over the Imperial Valley in southern California. Visible in this shot are most of the elements that give F-35 pilots an unprecedented level of situational awareness - the AN/APG-81 AESA radar, the Electro-Optical Targeting System, a few of the lenses for the Distributed Aperture System, and the pilot's Helmet-Mounted Display System. This photo accompanies my article on VMFA-121 in the "Airbase USA" special recently published by Air Forces Monthly: specials.keypublishing.com/view_issue.asp.

Witcher 3 Yennefer and Ciri Armor - SSE CBBE BodySlide (with Physics) : www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/30355

The Super Hornet entered US Navy service in June 2001. Seven years later, Boeing began upgrading the active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, introduced larger displays, a joint helmet-mounted cueing system, and several other avionics replacements. These collective upgrades were known as the Block II Super Hornets and in January 2008, Boeing began retrofitting 135 earlier production aircraft with the AESA radar.

 

Boeing continued developing the Advanced Super Hornet, looking at the Block III variant that included conformal fuel tanks, enhanced engines, an enclosed weapons pod, a next-generation cockpit, and new missile warning system, and an internal infra-red search and track (IRST) system.

 

In 2019, Boeing received a $4 billion contract to deliver 78 Block III Super Hornets for the US Navy. The Navy plans to sign year-to-year contracts with Boeing to convert all of its Block II aircraft to Block III variants through 2033.

 

In this image, an unpainted, early Block III Super Hornet sits on the tarmac outside the Boeing St. Louis facility. Note the reshaped nose and subtle avionic upgrades.

00-3004 McDonnell Douglas F-15E Eagle USAF Lakenheath 16 July 2020. Carrying the Dragon's Eye AESA/SAR radar pod.

Seen with two VIGILANCE pods for CROWSNEST trials

 

CROWSNEST was a programme lead by Lockheed Martin to replace the Sea King ASaC7 with both Lockheed Martin and Thales both putting forward proposals.

This mission fit pictured, is Lockheed Martin's featuring the VIGILANCE radar pods on the sides containing a Elta AESA radar, IFF and ESM. These pods fit in the torpedo pylon fittings and only needs a single point power and data connection to operate which are already compatible with the Merlin HM2's missions systems.

The competition winner in the end was Thales with it's CERBERUS or 'bagger' radar system just like the Sea King ASaC7.

A barragem tem um total de 69.965.945 m³ . Na última medição de acordo com a AESA, a mesma apresentava no dia 12/08/15 um volume de 1.822.384, o que corresponde a 2,6% do volume total.

 

"The dam has a total of 69,965,945 m³. In the last measurement according to EASA the same on 8/7/15 had a volume of 1,822,384, which corresponds to 2,6% of the total volume."

The eyes and ears of the MEADS network are two types of radar systems capable of being deployed on a standard M1083 truck.

 

The AN/MPS-112 Multi-function Fire Control Radar (MFCR) is an X-band, solid-state, AESA radar designed for target engagement and missile guidance. For extremely rapid deployments, the MEADS MFCR can provide both surveillance and fire control capabilities until a Surveillance Radar joins the network. An advanced Mode 5 identification friend-or-foe subsystem supports improved threat identification and typing.

 

The AN/MPQ-113 UHF Surveillance Radar is a 360-degree active electronically steered array radar that provides extended range coverage. It provides threat detection capability against highly maneuverable low-signature threats, including short- and medium-range ballistic missiles, cruise missiles, and other air-breathing threats.

 

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Props to the usual peeps for feedback along the way.

The Mitsubishi F-2 is a multirole fighter derived from the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon, and manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Lockheed Martin for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, with a 60/40 split in manufacturing between Japan and the United States. Production started in 1996 and the first aircraft entered service in 2000. The first 76 aircraft entered service by 2008, with a total of 98 airframes produced. The first active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar on a combat aircraft was the J/APG-1 introduced on the Mitsubishi F-2 in 1995.[2] The F-2 is nicknamed "Viper Zero", a reference to the F-16's semi-official nickname of "Viper" and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero

729 Embraer ERJ-145 H AEW&C Erieye, 380 Mira ASEPE 'Uranos', Elefsis AB, Hellenic Air Force. Not your everyday ERJ-145, this Erieye model from the Greek AF, seen here departing RAF Fairford, after static display at RIAT 2013.

The Mitsubishi F-2 is a multirole fighter derived from the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon, and manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Lockheed Martin for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, with a 60/40 split in manufacturing between Japan and the United States. Production started in 1996 and the first aircraft entered service in 2000. The first 76 aircraft entered service by 2008, with a total of 98 airframes produced. The first active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar on a combat aircraft was the J/APG-1 introduced on the Mitsubishi F-2 in 1995. The F-2 is nicknamed "Viper Zero", a reference to the F-16's semi-official nickname of "Viper" and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero.

Manufacturer: Mitsubishi/ Lockheed Martin (60/40)

Operator: Japan Self Defence Force

Type: F-2 multirole fighter (513) "Viper Zero"

Location: Hyakuri JSDF Air Base

Comment: The Mitsubishi F-2 is a multirole fighter derived from the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon, and manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Lockheed Martin for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, with a 60/40 split in manufacturing between Japan and the United States. Production started in 1996 and the first aircraft entered service in 2000. The first 76 aircraft entered service by 2008, with a total of 98 airframes produced. The first active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar on a combat aircraft was the J/APG-1 introduced on the Mitsubishi F-2 in 1995. The F-2 is nicknamed "Viper Zero", a reference to the F-16's semi-official nickname of "Viper" and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero.

This highly modified P8 carries a classified radar called the AN/APS-154, developed under a classified program called the Advanced Airborne Sensor (AAS). By extending the pod well below the fuselage while in flight, the radar's fields of view are no longer obstructed by the plane's two engines.The radar is known to be an active electronically-scanned array (AESA) type with moving target indicator (MTI) and synthetic aperture functionality. What this means is that the system is capable of tracking moving targets below at sea and on land, as well as taking high-quality radar imagery of objects of interest for further analysis, even at night or in poor weather.

The F-2 is today the most potent derivative or variant of the F-16 in the world, and though it costs well over double the price of a standard Falcon this is strongly reflected in its advanced capabilities.

Upon entering service the F-2 fielded the world’s only active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, a highly sophisticated system with a significantly reduced signature for vastly improved survivability in beyond visual range engagements which would later be deployed by the U.S F-22 Raptor fifth generation air superiority fighter. To accommodate the new radar, the Japanese fighter has a longer and wider nose than the standard F-16. A larger airframe and a 25% larger wing area increase the F-2's payload and it's manoeuvrability. Composite materials developed indigenously by Japan, while costly, also serve to increase the fighter's durability and lifespan. More modern fire controls are among several enhancements to the avionics systems which make the F-2 highly lethal and significantly more capable than rival light fighters.

 

The fences are like 12 feet high around Love Field, so this pic was taken after he cleared the fence. It has the AAS long under-fuselage canoe on the belly.

  

© 2016

  

That photo attribution means you need to ask me for my permission first (planephotoman@yahoo.com), before you download this photo to use it for whatever reason you're thinking of.

  

This photo includes my name and the date it was taken in the EXIF data, therefore, it is ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © 2016

  

The Mitsubishi F-2 is a multirole fighter derived from the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon, and manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Lockheed Martin for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, with a 60/40 split in manufacturing between Japan and the United States. Production started in 1996 and the first aircraft entered service in 2000. The first 76 aircraft entered service by 2008, with a total of 98 airframes produced. The first active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar on a combat aircraft was the J/APG-1 introduced on the Mitsubishi F-2 in 1995.[2] The F-2 is nicknamed "Viper Zero", a reference to the F-16's semi-official nickname of "Viper" and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero

A barragem tem um total de 69.965.945 m³ . Na última medição de acordo com a AESA, a mesma apresentava no dia 08/07/15 um volume de 2.280.736, o que corresponde a 3,3% do volume total.

 

"The dam has a total of 69,965,945 m³. In the last measurement according to EASA the same on 8/7/15 had a volume of 2,280,736, which corresponds to 3.3% of the total volume."

The Mitsubishi F-2 is a multirole fighter derived from the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon, and manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Lockheed Martin for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, with a 60/40 split in manufacturing between Japan and the United States. Production started in 1996 and the first aircraft entered service in 2000. The first 76 aircraft entered service by 2008, with a total of 98 airframes produced. The first active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar on a combat aircraft was the J/APG-1 introduced on the Mitsubishi F-2 in 1995. The F-2 is nicknamed "Viper Zero", a reference to the F-16's semi-official nickname of "Viper" and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero.

The Lockheed Martin F-22C King Raptor is a 5th-generation single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather stealth fighter aircraft developed for the United States Air Force. The result of the USAF's Advanced Tactical Fighter program, the F-22A originally entered service in 2005. Despite a brief program cancellation scare in 2012, the rise of post-Cold War quasi-communist regimes in Eastern Europe and East Asia breathed new life into the program. With the advent of the upgraded C-model in 2016, most original A-model aircraft were upgraded at Lockheed’s plant in Marietta, Georgia over the next decade. An increasingly capable software suite onboard enabled the King Raptor to more effectively utilize both its AN/AAR-56 missile launch detector and the world-beating AN/APG-77 AESA radar. Like the F-15C it replaced, the F-22C is in many ways an aircraft built around a highly advanced sensor suite, in the same way the A-10 was an aircraft built around a very big gun.

 

By the mid-2020s, tensions between the Union of Songun Republics and the West had reached a tipping point. With almost the entire Raptor fleet assigned to US Indo-Pacific Command, F-22Cs deploying out of Hawaii and Alaska are often tasked with intercepting the SPA Air Force’s ever-present long range aviation missions throughout the region. As cooperation within the East Asian Defense Alliance increased throughout the decade, it’s common to see F-3 Yamakaze fighters handing off escort duty to F-22Cs as SPA H-6 bombers transit through Japan’s air defense identification zone.

 

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Back in 2018, Corvin and I took a hack at upgrading the older F-22 model that had been sitting around for like four years. He posted his awesome version back in 2019, but mine sat in storage while I spent way too much time in the desert. Just now finally getting a chance to take a full set of pictures. And an extra shoutout to him for helping me get a pilot minifig that doesn't look like he's from Star Wars.

Aesa by Argus Fanis

Here are some randoms I took recently, a view of Solitude seeming to float like a great ship on rising mists in the distance and a glimpse of the fierce stranger in a moment of relaxation away from sting of cold wind and dusty halls, her body soothed by the warm waters of hot springs, before her journey back into the snowy reaches of Skyrim. I will reveal that her name is Aesa which is an old norse name meaning, "to stir up" in the sense of stirring up trouble, fitting for one that has always been a bit of a troublemaker.

Here are some randoms I took recently, a view of Solitude seeming to float like a great ship on rising mists in the distance and a glimpse of the fierce stranger in a moment of relaxation away from sting of cold wind and dusty halls, her body soothed by the warm waters of hot springs, before her journey back into the snowy reaches of Skyrim. I will reveal that her name is Aesa which is an old norse name meaning, "to stir up" in the sense of stirring up trouble, fitting for one that has always been a bit of a troublemaker.

Here are some shots that did not make it into the last chapter of Edrelle's tale, glimpses of Edrelle and her friends braving the wind atop High Hrothgar's walls, of both groups of adventurers gathered under canopy of amber leaves, of Aesa sharing amusing tale with Tacita and Agmok and of the some of the worn steps brushed by snow among the moonlight.

Here is another glimpse of the fierce Aesa as she enjoyed her respite among the steam and emerald hued water of the volcanic tundra, a distant rumble reaching her ears, her gaze watching the lands painted in the light of the evening sun as she pondered in the relative quiet. I finished some work in the creation kit relating to the next chapter of Edrelle's tale and am starting on the shots for it.

Aesa by Argus Fanis

Here are some shots that did not make it into the last chapter of Edrelle's tale, glimpses of Edrelle and her friends braving the wind atop High Hrothgar's walls, of both groups of adventurers gathered under canopy of amber leaves, of Aesa sharing amusing tale with Tacita and Agmok and of the some of the worn steps brushed by snow among the moonlight.

Here are some shots that did not make it into the last chapter of Edrelle's tale, glimpses of the keen eyed Honey Stripes watching out for her friends from a windy perch, of the surprise on Aesa's face as she recognized that of her once commander, of the group ready for battle as the traitorous bandits attacked and of the adventurous band setting out once again as thief and soldier said their goodbyes to Aesa.

 

Kinematic ENB extensive

Here are some shots that did not make it into the last chapter of Edrelle's tale, glimpses of Edrelle and her friends braving the wind atop High Hrothgar's walls, of both groups of adventurers gathered under canopy of amber leaves, of Aesa sharing amusing tale with Tacita and Agmok and of the some of the worn steps brushed by snow among the moonlight.

Rc2 006 der Tågab im Bw Kristinehamn / Schweden

 

Tågab 's Rc2 006 at the Kristinehamn depot / Sweden

Astilleros Espanoles S.A. (AESA) Spanien, 1998, Bau-Nr. 77, größte kombinierte Eisenbahn- und RoPax-Fährschiff der Welt

Die Fährlinie Rostock - Trelleborg und das Schiff gingen 2012 von Scandlines an Stena Line über.

Loading of an Erieye radar antenna. The Erieye radar system, is an Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEW&C) developed by Saab Electronic Defence Systems (formerly Ericsson Microwave Systems) of Sweden. It uses active electronically scanned array (AESA) technology. The Erieye is used on a variety of aircraft platforms, such as the Brazilian Embraer E-99 or EMB-145. It has recently been implemented on the Saab 2000 aircraft.

  

The Erieye Ground Interface Segment (EGIS; not to be confused with the Aegis combat system) is a major component of the software used by the Erieye system.

  

The radar provides 300 degree coverage and has an instrumental range of 450 km and detection range of 350 km in a dense hostile electronic warfare environment—in heavy radar clutter and at low target altitudes. In addition to this, the radar is also capable of identifying friends or foes, and has a sea surveillance mode.

  

The Erieye system has full interoperability with NATO air defence command and control systems.

Manufacturer: Mitsubishi/ Lockheed Martin (60/40)

Operator: Japan Self Defence Force

Type: F-2 multirole fighter (513) "Viper Zero"

Location: Hyakuri JSDF Air Base

Comment: The Mitsubishi F-2 is a multirole fighter derived from the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon, and manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Lockheed Martin for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, with a 60/40 split in manufacturing between Japan and the United States. Production started in 1996 and the first aircraft entered service in 2000. The first 76 aircraft entered service by 2008, with a total of 98 airframes produced. The first active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar on a combat aircraft was the J/APG-1 introduced on the Mitsubishi F-2 in 1995. The F-2 is nicknamed "Viper Zero", a reference to the F-16's semi-official nickname of "Viper" and the Mitsubishi A6M Zero.

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