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Russia’s Air Base In Syria Seems To Be Under Regular Attack Now

  • Feb 27, 2018
  • Categories: Counter Drone News
The attacks could be troublesome for Moscow’s narrative and are likely an indication of how the conflict in Syria will morph in the coming months.

Following a deadly attack on Russia’s Khmeimim Air Base in Syria on December 31st, which killed at least two servicemen and damaged or destroyed aircraft based there, it now seems as if the base is coming under attack on a fairly regular basis according to reports.

Days before the deadly New Years Eve attack that we still know little about, on December 27th, another onslaught of artillery occurred. Two of the rockets were supposedly shot down by Pantsir-S1 point air defense systems while at least one other impacted outside the base.

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