Russian S-400 three times tested on the American F-22 and F-35

Turkey successfully tested the Russian S-400 on fifth-generation American fighters.

The Russian S-400 Triumph air defense systems deployed at the Turkish military base were successfully tested, and more than once, on fifth-generation American fighters deployed at the Myurt airbase. We are talking not only about the stealth F-35 fighters, but also about the much more secret F-22s that appeared at least three times in the radius of detection and defeat of the Triumphs.

Given the rotation and transfer of American F-35 and F-22 fighters to the Middle East through the Black Sea and Turkey, the route of American fighters ran approximately 170-200 kilometers from Myurt Airbase, where these complexes are located, as reported by foreign media, emphasizing that it is on the basis of the Turkish Air Force Myurt that Russian-made complexes are tested for aerodynamic purposes.

“Russia supplied Turkey with two batteries of the S-400 system from July to September. S-400s are currently based at Myrted Air Base, which is located near the Turkish capital. Tests are scheduled to continue until November 26 "- сообщает Fighter Jets World.

At the moment, the Turkish side does not disclose the results of testing Russian S-400s on fifth-generation American fighters, however, given the lack of complaints about Russian weapons, it is logical to assume that Ankara is completely satisfied with the Russian Triumphs.

Moreover, the Turks have an export version of S-400, and if it detects targets like F-22 and F-35, then about a full-fledged Russian system and even more so.

Of course, the Turks do not disclose the test results, but judging by the fact that they are completely satisfied with the testing, we can conclude that the S-400 calmly detect both the F-22 and F-35, but there’s nothing to say about others, this is not the first time the Turks have they test our complex, they tested it for the first time when they received it and were so satisfied that they ordered it again, but after the last actions of the Turks, I doubt that ours will satisfy their request.