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Military Movements and Defenses of CDIS


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RIM-66D Surface-to-air missile(SAM) sites are being set up in major cities and on the beach defense sites. The RIM-66D SAM specs are as follows:

Weight SM-2 – 1,558 lb (707 kg)
Length- 15 ft 6 in (4.72 m)
Diameter- 13.5 in (340 mm)
Warhead- blast fragmentation warhead
mechanism radar and contact fuze
Engine- dual thrust, solid fuel rocket
Wingspan- 3 ft 6 in (1.07 m)
range- 40 to 90 nmi (74 to 170 km)
Flight ceiling- > 24,400 m (80,100 ft)
Speed- Mach 3.5
system- Midcourse guidance with monopulse semi-active radar homing in the terminal phase of the interception.

In addition to this the beach defense sites are being set up and will be reinforced with concrete bunkers. Here are the main sites:


The 1st Infantry and 1st Mechanized divisions are to man these sites.

Finally, radar systems are being set up inside the cities and on the defense sites. The radars will provide early warning, but will have difficulties detecting stealth aircraft. One of the two radars in each city will be using electronic jamming to scramble enemy guidance systems, which would prevent missiles and other guided objects from hitting their targets without the proper technology on the missile. The sites are guarded by a squad of special forces team members, to provide security.

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In response to the reforming of the Yaza Hajin a homeland security division of the military has been formed. The Alert level of the nation has increased to Elevated.

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