US or Israel secret Services possibly coordinated swarm UAV attack on Russian Base in Syria

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Russia presented some of the UAV's and said that the target data were loaded in the flight systems of the drones before take off.

The explosive Radix in the 60 mm "mortar ammo" has a unique identity and was identified as Ukrainian make.
The time when the attack happened an US Poseidon P-8 was monitored in the area.

Russian Electronic Intelligence captured some of the 23 UAV's equipped with GPS and autonomous guidance .

The UAV's were hard to detect cause of their plastic body.

NOW some BAD GUYS started a new art of assymetric Warfare.

But TURKEY has countermeasures :
















 

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Hard to believe the US or Israel have any hand in the recent attack. Russia is fulfilling what Israel wants to see, a destabilized Syria. Not to mention the Russia and Israel share a great relation and they can work hand in hand for the greater benefit of both. The US.....? Doesn't really care.
 

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New PHOTOS of Drones That Attacked Russian Base in Syria Released
Russian Defense Ministry

11.01.2018

The Russian Ministry of Defense has published photos of the drones launched by terrorists from the Idlib de-escalation zone at the country's military facilities in Hmeymim and Tartus.

The released footage of drones, which attacked Russian military bases in Hmeymim and Tartus, shows three practically intact handicraft UAVs made from boards and plywood, with wires, wrapped in tape and green polyethylene. In addition, the photo shows the debris of three more apparatuses spread over separate heaps.

The Defense Ministry noted that the design used by the militants could only be obtained from a technologically advanced country, and warned of the danger of such attacks in any country in the world.

The photos were published in the wake of the Russian Defense Ministry's January 8 report of a terrorist attempt to attack Russian military positions in Syria with combat drones that had been disrupted on January 6. Ten of the drones targeted the Hmeymim airbase and three were sent toward the Tartus naval base. As a result, three of the 13 drones were brought to the ground in a controlled area outside the base, while three UAVs exploded after colliding with the ground and seven UAVs were destroyed by regular Pantsir-S air defense missile systems.

As the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper, the official publication of the Russian Defense Ministry, has specified, the drones that attacked the Hmeymim airbase flew out of the area in the southwest of the Idlib de-escalation zone in Syria, controlled by the so-called moderate opposition.

However, the Pentagon has refuted these claims by saying that such devices are "easily available" on the "open market."

The photos were published in the wake of the Russian Defense Ministry's January 8 report of a terrorist attempt to attack Russian military positions in Syria with combat drones that had been disrupted on January 6. Ten of the drones targeted the Hmeymim airbase and three were sent toward the Tartus naval base. As a result, three of the 13 drones were brought to the ground in a controlled area outside the base, while three UAVs exploded after colliding with the ground and seven UAVs were destroyed by regular Pantsir-S air defense missile systems.

As the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper, the official publication of the Russian Defense Ministry, has specified, the drones that attacked the Hmeymim airbase flew out of the area in the southwest of the Idlib de-escalation zone in Syria, controlled by the so-called moderate opposition.

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https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201801101060640381-russia-hmeymim-base-drones-photos/
 

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Drones Attacked Hmeymim Base From 'Moderate' Opposition-Controlled Area
© Sputnik/ Sergey Pyatakov

10.01.2018

The Russian Defense Ministry established that that 13 drones used in attempted attacks on two Russian military facilities in Syria earlier, were launched from the area of the Muazar settlement located in the southwestern part of Idlib de-escalation zone.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The drones that attacked Hmeymim air base earlier this month flew out of the area in the southwest of the de-escalation zone Idlib controlled by the so-called "moderate" opposition, the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper, the official publication of the Russian Defense Ministry, said on Wednesday.

The ministry reported earlier this month that 13 drones had been used in attempted attacks on two Russian military facilities in Syria on January 6. Ten of them targeted the Hmeymim air base and three were sent toward the Tartus naval base.

"According to the Russian Defense Ministry, it was established that the launch of the drones was carried out from the area of the Muazar settlement located in the southwestern part of Idlib de-escalation zone controlled by the armed formations of the so-called 'moderate' opposition," the statement said.

It is noted that in connection with this incident, the Russian Defense Ministry had sent letters to the Chief of the General Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces, Gen. Hulusi Akar, and Head of Turkey's National Intelligence Organization, Hakan Fidan.
"The documents indicate the need for Ankara to fulfill its obligations to ensure compliance with the ceasefire regime by the armed formations under its control and to step up work on the installation of observation posts in Idlib de-escalation zone in order to prevent such attacks by UAVs against any objects," the statement added.

On Monday, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the country’s forces had taken control over six out of 13 drones, involved in the January 6 attempted attack in Syria. Thus, three UAVs were landed by the Russian forces in a controlled area, three other drones detonated after collision with the ground, and seven other UAVs were destroyed by the Russian Pantsir-S air defense systems. Subsequently, the Pentagon said that the devices and technologies used for the drone attack "easily accessible on the open market." This statement caused concern of the Russian Defense Ministry.

https://sputniknews.com/military/201801101060634030-drones-attacked-hmeymim-moderate-opposition/