Russian bases in Syria are attacked by a swarm of drones

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As we have been saying for quite some time, it seems that practically all military bases located in Syria are having problems when being attacked by drones controlled in a long-time way, this time there have been a total of two Russian bases, the situdad in Jmeimim where the Russian Aerospace Forces have concentrated their fighter-bombers as well as the naval base of Tartus, which have been placed in the crosshairs of the local militias.

By way of advance, tell you that we are talking about 10 artifacts that flew against Khmeimim air base While others three took different to the naval base of Tartus. The result of this attack was that most of the drones were shot down by the antiaircraft defense of the bases, although 6 of the devices could be electronically intervened by the Russian military, of these 6 drones, an unspecified number, could be landed successfully to proceed to its study.

The Russian defense minister suggests that the United States may have collaborated in this attack

After all these days since the attack occurred, no armed group has claimed this action, although, as confirmed by the Russian army, the truth is that it appears that all the artifacts came from the city of Idlib. As a detail and for 'add fuel to the fire', from the Ministry of Defense of Russia it has been commented that this attack could only have been carried out thanks to the collaboration of a country, insinuating that the country could be the United States.

According to the statements of the Russian defense minister, the drones apparently displayed certain characteristics that could only have been obtained from a country with modern technology. For this he has literally stopped to explain that the drones had, for example, GPS-guided ammunition control and launch systems. On the other hand, apparently the presence of a plane was detected Boeing P-8 Poseidon at a height of 7.000 meters around the area between the two bases for a period of time that was around four hours.


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