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I expect the Russian armaments industry is taking a very keen interest to get additional feedback on their equipment in the same way that NATO has learnt a lot from 10 years in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Syria's latest equipment would be in the field of anti-air, and it consists of 80's soviet stuff left in storage then sold off years later, with perhaps some newly built Iranian analogues.
Although I guess the Russians would have learnt a lot from the battle of Grozny and its aftermath at the turn of the century, and presumably the Syrian army doesn't have anything more advanced than was available to Russia back then?
Typhoon wrote:^ Nice post, very interesting. Shame he never got the patent, FLIR has been a huge part of modern aviation!
Despite that I have several reels of the test footage and it is certainly historically significant, Raytheon refuses to respond.
Typhoon wrote:However with the application of reactive armor these elderly tanks can have a second wind, able to survive even in dense urban environments they are well designed to cope with.
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