Syria defense


In northern Syria, radars appeared to protect against F-35 and F-22 fighters

In northern Syria, air defense systems have been deployed to protect against unexpected attacks from F-35 and F-22.

After American F-35 and F-22 fighters began to appear more and more in the eastern and northeastern parts of Syria, it became known that the Syrian and Russian military deployed in the northern part of the Arab republic, near the city of Qamishli, anti-aircraft defenses that protect against unexpected attacks from US Air Force stealth fighters.

Satellite images show that in a relatively small area of ​​the terrain, near the town of Kamyshly, at least four radars and one Pantsir-S air defense missile system are deployed. It is argued that these air defense systems are primarily aimed at repelling possible attacks from the United States, although in addition to them, air defense systems are also deployed at the Russian Aerospace Forces airbase in Kamyshly. This indicates that the region is completely protected from unexpected attacks.

Despite the fact that the P-18 radars are relatively old, these radars are capable of detecting stealth fighters F-35 and F-22, and the Chinese JYL-1 radar provides the ability to continuously scan the airspace at distances of up to 200-250 kilometers and are also designed to detect targets with low radar signature.

The Turks then went, and they had nothing for it. And ours will go. And nothing will happen to them.

This is already something. And now the result is not far off, which is interesting.

Let's say you can see American planes on radar. What's next? Shoot down? I do not think that the Syrian and Russian commanders will agree to this.