Regional air defenses are being improved with new Russian-built weapons
Israel is considered a world leader in electronic warfare, but the country's military analysts fear that for the first time in 40 years new Russian air defense systems could have an edge over the Israeli air force (IAF). In the last two years, the Syrian army has deployed Russian Pantsyr-SE1 (SA-22 Greyhound) guns and missiles, short- to medium-range air defense systems and the medium-range Buk-M2 (SA-17) systems. Moscow is still denying constant Syrian requests to procure the S-300PMU ...
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