Over-hyped S-400 and S-300 Surface-to-air Missile failed to Detect F-35I Adir

Lockheed Martin F-35A

The Israeli Air Force’s F-35I Adir not only flew over Syria but ventured 200 kilometers inside Syria to bomb Iran-backed militants groups. Israeli named F-35I “Adir” meaning “Strong One,” one of the names of God in Judaism.

The Israeli newspaper NZIV reported citing officials sources of Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) that Israeli F-35I Adir flew over the area covered by Russian-made S-300 and S-400 Surface-to-air missile system.

IAF F-35I Adir Flight Path over S-400 and S-300

The F-35I Adir has been flying over Syrian territory covered by so called stealth-killer S-400 SAM advertised, spread propaganda brochures and sold to Turkey, Saudi Arabia, China and India, turn out to be another lame duck missile system manufactured by Almaz-Antey. The S-400 brochures says it can detect and engage interceptor missiles to a stealth fighter jet however, so far S-400 proved to be useless against stealth technology.

On paper and Russian propaganda machines were successfully spreads the news that S-400 is the best but Israeli F-35I armed with sophisticated electronic warfare technologies proved American superiority over Soviet-era Electronics. Previously, the Global Defense corp reported that the vulnerabilities of the search and fire control radar of S-400 can be fully exploited by the electronic warfare system of EA-18 Growler and F-35 stealth fighter jet. It’s a prove that the AN/ASQ-239 EW systems of F-35 successfully defeated the S-400 and S-300 radar systems.

The Israeli bombing and destroying of Pantsir S1 and Buk-M2E provided enough evidence that Israeli F-35I can go harms away and destroy Russian-made surface-to-air missiles Systems.

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