Belharra: The wise decision of the Greek admirals about the saturation attacks of the Turks and how it seems that Athens knew very well what she was asking for.
The Greek admirals requested as a condition for the selection of the Belharra to enter the French RAM Block 2 ships with a 25 km range.
This is the evolution of the RAM Block 1 that the Greek ROUSSEN has.
RAM Block 2 can engage small aircraft, drones and cruisers while being ideal for protecting ships from saturation attacks.
Let’s say that initially the French proposal did not include RAN Block 2 at Belharra, but the Greek admirals requested it as a condition for the ship to go up for evaluation.
The French give us their two frigates first, so that we can quickly take the ships.
We wanted them faster and the French gave them to us, with the prospect of including the rest that the French Plug-ins did not calculate.
Does the person who says that the new Greek frigates cannot deal with saturation attacks really have an idea of where and how the Greek ships will operate?
Will they really venture into the middle of the Pacific Ocean? In the middle of the Atlantic?
So a Greek ship near Rhodes, Kos, Samos, Karpathos will be alone?
S-300, Patriot, TOR-M1 and OSA-AK does anyone have the impression that they will sit back and watch the Turkish UAVs pass by?
Even Belharra does anyone have the impression that they will venture alone?