Stealth Matter: The USAF F-35A Struck Syrian position protected by S-300 and S-400

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American F-35 fighters attacked the area of ​​the Syrian army covered by S-400 and S-300 learned GDC quoting the USAF source.

The USAF revealed on Monday, despite the fact that Russia and Syria declared their readiness to hit any air targets that violate the borders of the Arab Republic and pose a certain threat to the Russian and Syrian military, on April 10, 2020, the American F-35 fighter not only arranged a flight right in the affected area of ​​the Russian and Syrian air defense systems S-300 and S-400, flew both the airspace of Syria and the airspace of the region controlled by the Syrian forces, but also struck at the territory under control CAA.

It is known that the US Air Force fighter attacked areas where members of the Islamic State terrorist group were located, However, given the fact that the attacks were carried out without notice to Russia and Syria and the latter still have not provided any data, experts have suggested that the American F-35 flew over the area and terminated IS terrorist groups.

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At the moment, there are a number of questions regarding the work of the Russian S-300 and S-400 in Syria. Contrary to claims that these systems are capable of detecting stealth targets, there is information that Israeli F-35s also repeatedly attacked the Russian S-400’s detection and destruction zone, which raises questions as to whether the systems are really capable of effectively detect stealth targets at distances over 200 kilometers as advertised by Rostec.

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