Russian Air Force in Syria use several drones to perform intelligence missions and control airspace 10612154

The conflict in Syria
 
Russian Air Force in Syria use several drones to perform intelligence missions and control airspace
Last week, November 26 – December 4, the Russian aircraft have performed 431 combat sorties from the Hmeymim airbase making pinpoint strikes on 1458 terrorist objects in the Aleppo, Idlib, Latakia, Hama, Homs, Deir ez-Zor and Raqqah provinces.
     
     
During his last air combat operations, command and control centres, training camps, ammunition and weaponry depots, strong points of militants of the terrorist groups active on the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic were destroyed.

In the same province, information about a meeting of field commanders at one of the terrorist training camps was obtained through several intelligence channels. After the information was confirmed, a pair of Su-34 aircraft was aimed at the camp. As a result of the usage of a smart bomb on a fortified bunker, a leader of one of the large illegal armed groups Abu-Abdu and a number of other field commanders were eliminated.

Russian air defence radars, which are located at the Hmeymim airbase, are controlling the airspace day and night.
 

The Russian Defence Ministry is observing air missions carried out by the international coalition over the Syrian territories.

In the recent days, triple increase in the number of strategic UAVs has been registered.

During some periods of time, there are more than 50 UAV’s in the sky over Syria simultaneously.

It is worth mentioning, that most UAV’s of so-called coalition are conducting intelligence operations over oil production regions and the ones, which are located along the Syrian-Turkish borderline. These are the regions, where the main oil trafficking is observed.

There is no need to explain that the colleagues are able to share the information on situation at the Syrian-Turkish border and concerning the volumes and directions of the oil trafficking, if, of course, they wish.
 

 

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