it performed extremely well in both Syria & Iraq in use with the respected armed forces. The TOS-1A is designed t attack infantry formations, fortifications (including bunker busting and light armor dug positions in mountains) rural and urban strongholds. The System can also use a 220mm rocket or fuel air explosives. currently we are working on a new version planned dubbed TOS-2 which will be based on the T-14 ChassisI opened up a thread for that. Do you by any means have any info regarding this. Im still confused. It seems like it did preform well in Syria.
Only 2 managed to get through. Where are the rest?I have a question about Saudi radar coverage...
The Houthis allegedly used 7 armed qasef-1 drones to attack the east-west pipeline near Riyadh province, 800km deep into KSA - obviously the border regime is very mountainous so tracking anything is very difficult, but how is it possible that 7 armed drones (albeit quite small drones) were able to go so deep into Saudi Arabia?
To my understanding Saudi Arabia lacks effective SHORADs, but how is the radar coverage like (i.e. were the drones detected but just couldn't be shot down because of their size, or not detected at all)?
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