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Israeli helicopter struck a new blow on Syria, deceiving Russian Pantsir-S air defense missile systems


Israel used deceptive tactics against the Syrian Pantsir-S air defense missile systems.

A few hours ago it became known that the Israeli military launched a new series of strikes on the territory of Syria. According to information available to the information resource Avia.pro, the attacks were carried out in the Syrian province of Quneitra, while a combat helicopter was used for the attacks, which was able to deceive the Pantsir-S complex and successfully destroyed the positions of the SAA - three wounded are known.

According to sources, despite the fact that helicopter strikes are very limited, the Israeli military used deceptive tactics - having climbed to a certain height, a rocket was launched, after which the helicopter descended, thereby becoming inaccessible to the Pantsir-S complexes ". According to a number of data, the Israeli Spike NLOS missile systems were used for the strike.

“An Israeli helicopter fired a missile at a target in the Syrian Golan Heights early Thursday morning. There were no reports of wounded or injured. However, the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said three people were injured as a result of the strike against a Syrian military position where Hezbollah was stationed. According to the report, Hezbollah forces were engaged in reconnaissance and monitoring of Israeli military activities on the border. ", - reports the edition "JNS".

It is known that a fairly large number of Syrian Pantsir-S air defense missile systems are concentrated in this direction, however, the latter not only did not attack the helicopter of the Israeli military, but also could not even take part in repelling the strike.

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