Russian military equipment equipped with American microchips – intelligence

Chips have been found in Russian Pantsir air defense systems, Ka-52 Alligator helicopters and Kh-101 cruise missiles.

Enemy military equipment is equipped with American microchips / photo wikipedia.org
Enemy military equipment is equipped with American microchips / photo wikipedia.org

Captured by Ukrainian fighters , enemy military equipment is equipped with American microchips.

This was reported by the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine .

“Foreign-made microcircuits were found by the GUR of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry in the Russian Pantsir air defense systems, Ka-52 Alligator attack helicopters and Kh-101 cruise missiles,” the report says.

The intelligence department believes that “foreign electronic components in captured enemy equipment once again prove the “effectiveness” of Russian” import substitution “and emphasize the complete dependence of the aggressor country on Western technologies.”

(C)UNIAN 2022

4 comments

  1. I suspect that’s from equipment made before 2021, or with chips supplied before that date. Either that, or the russians have a black market supplier.

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  2. That’s no surprise. This is actually good news, for I’m certain that these weapons are not brand new and this shows that mafia land relies on US components to manufacture their gear. With the current sanctions in place, they have to put in chips from dishwashers and washing machines, as we’ve already learned. No wonder many of their junk miss their targets when they go into spin cycle!

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