Russia Issues New “Rules of Engagement” in Syria: Any Aircraft Threatening the Syrian Army WILL BE SHOT DOWN (US/Turkey/Israel in the cross-hairs!)

So the next “mistake” by a US pilot, will very likely be the last mistake that pilot makes.  Once the S-300 anti-aircraft missile system “locks-on” to an aircraft, there is no escape and no defense. The system cannot be jammed and its missiles cannot be fooled by flares or chaff.  An S-300 absolutely, positively, will hit and kill any aircraft it is fired at.

This is also bad news for Turkey, which also has troops and planes operating inside Syria without permission.  If a Turk aircraft attacks a Syrian Army unit, it, too, will be shot down.

Israel is also in trouble with these news rules of engagement.  Israel has been sending the Israeli Air Force to strike areas of the occupied Golan Heights – official Syrian territory.  Israeli jets will now be shot down if they attack a Syrian Army position.

https://www.superstation95.com/index.php/world/2055

Конец транзитного шантажа: Россия пускает поезда в обход Украины

Конец транзитного шантажа: Россия пускает поезда в обход Украины

Конец транзитного шантажа: Россия пускает поезда в обход Украины

 

 

 

Neuron Drone Soars at 609MPH: France Edges Closer to Autonomous Fighter Jet

The French Air Force conducted initial sea trial of a demonstrator of the Neuron combat drone on July 6 according to a spokesperson for France’s defense procurement agency.

The demonstrator for the unmanned combat aerial vehicle flew out at sea for “about an hour” at some 1,000 feet, flying both with and without Rafale fighter jets. The flight test was a critical hurdle before the next-generation stealth drone reaches the production phase and is ultimately incorporated into the fleet.

http://sputniknews.com/military/20160711/1042746845/france-neuron-fighter-jet-combat.html

Nano-satellites dominate space and spread spies in the skies

The International Space Station, in orbit 400km above Earth, is turning out to be a useful launch platform for small satellites. They are brought up in batches and later released into somewhat lower orbits where they could not collide with the ISS. The ISS deployed 49 satellites in 2015 and 36 so far this year, according to the Space Foundation. Most are launched from a special CubeSat deployment device developed by NanoRacks of the US for the ISS. “There is a tremendous backlog of small satellites waiting to be launched,” says Mr Walter-Range. “For example, Rocket Lab have 18 months of solid bookings even though they haven’t flown yet.”

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