Syria Fields New And Upgraded SAMs

Credit: Bill Sweetman/AW&ST
Syria's ability to defend its airspace against U.S.-led attacks depends largely on its surface-to-air missiles. Its air force is big but obsolete—the most numerous types by far are the MiG-21 and MiG-23—and some main air bases are in rebel-controlled areas. Mobile missiles belonging to the ground...

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