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Ukrainian military used unknown weapons against Russian S-400


The Ukrainian military tried to disrupt the operation of the Russian S-400 air defense systems and the Pantsir-S air defense system protecting the Crimea.

For the first time, the Russian military recorded a powerful attack on the positional areas of the S-400 Triumph air defense and missile defense systems and the Pantsir-S air defense system protecting the territory of Crimea from the Sea of ​​Azov. The use of exactly what kind of weapons is in question is unknown, however, spacecraft confirm the fact that it was the Ukrainian military that was operating, demonstrating powerful electronic radiation from the northern and northwestern parts of the Sea of ​​Azov.

Judging by satellite images, we are talking about powerful radioelectronic impact in order to influence the operation of radar systems of Russian air defense systems deployed in the Crimea for the probable reflection of any possible attacks in this direction. At the moment, the fact of what kind of armament is used by the Ukrainian military remains unknown, however, judging by range, these are powerful electronic warfare systems, probably deployed either on warships or on the coast of the Sea of ​​Azov.

The experts so far have no assumptions about what exactly the actions of the Ukrainian military may be related to, however, it is noteworthy that military exercises are being held in this part of Ukraine, and therefore, it is possible that the training actions to suppress Russian air defense.

This is a hyperspectral analysis. superimposing the radio wave spectrum on a map or terrain. in order to identify the source.

It could not do without America

What nah picture from space? Whose? Radio waves are not visible !!!

not a jammer of mobile communications

In business! Most likely REP APU is the effect of electric arc welding. This is a very powerful means of electronic warfare of the second most powerful army in the world (in Europe?). We must be on the alert!

They said no onalogs!

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