23 Russian-made Pantsir air defense systems destroyed in Libya by Turkish drones

 Sunday, June 7, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Turkish drones have destroyed at least 23 Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile systems during the military conflicts in Syria and Libya. While, eight Russian-made aid defense systems were destroyed in Middle East conflicts, 15 combat vehicles have already been destroyed in Africa, reports Ukrainian news outlet Defense Express. It is noted that the total amount of lost air defense systems may be greater, if taking into account systems destroyed by Israel in Syria.

Pantsir-C1 showed that it is unable to counter Turkish Anka-S drones and MAM-L guided munitions, which are launched from Bayraktar TB2 drones. Their success would not have been possible without the Turkish Koral land-based electronic warfare systems.

The troops of the UN-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) had made progress in the battles with the forces of the Libyan National Army under the command of Marshal Khalifa Haftar. Turkish drones played a major role in the successful offensive of GNA’s Army.Aymen Blhol@aymenblhoul1

One of victims of drone.
Pantsir-S1 in Tarhuna.#Libya #Libia #GNA #LNA #Russia #UAE#ترهونة #ليبيا

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  • With pictures for the non-believers. What a piece of sjit that Gulagstan produces!

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  • For Putin!

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  • Russian Pantsir gets full hit in Syrian desert from Turkish drone.

    Maria, do you copy?

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  • At least the Turks make drones who work very nicely.

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  • History of Institute. The first computer
    Kiev, 1950: 1st computer of former USSR
    1957: GIC was founded as a Computational Center of the Academy of Science of Ukraine on the base of the 1st computer lab
    1959: GIC development of image and oral language recognition starts in pioneer artificial intelligence applications
    1960s: development of small computers started from “Promin” and “Mir”
    Late 1960s: about 30% of computers in the USSR were of types “Mir” and “Dnepr” developed in GIC
    1960-70s: GIC has developed over 30 original computers and computer systems for various purposes
    1987: 1st Soviet supercomputer with the macropipelining of calculations “ES-1766” based on original architecture
    Late 1980s – early 1990s: GIC turned into a comprehensive research institution
    Early 1990s: GIC was reorganized into Cybernetic Center of NAS of Ukraine
    1996: Victor Glushkov: Computer Pioneer Award for digital automation of computer architecture (IEEE)
    Since 2004: development of supercomputer family “SCIT”, the high performance computing cluster systems
    Since 2010: National-level Resource Center of Ukrainian National Grid (UNG)

    Did Russians ever, ever,ever,ever and ever have nvented anything all alone by themselves?

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