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    May 8, 2017

    Israel Worried Over Russian Reconnaissance Plane in Syria [Video]

    May 8th, 2017 - Fort Russ News -
    - Al Mayadeen - - translated by Samer Hussein -





    Israeli newspaper Maariv revealed that Israel recently managed to obtain some footage from one of its spying satellites that was monitoring Russian military activities in Syria. 

    The images are reportedly showing a sophisticated Russian reconnaissance plane. Information has also been provided on the alleged “sophisticated boost” of Damascus’ air force capabilities by Russia. It is now estimated that Damascus and Moscow have a rather extended control over the whole region.

    Some sources claim, latest discovery might affect the relations between Russia and Israel.

    The sophisticated Russian reconnaissance plane is being dubbed as "A-50" and is capable to control and provide details of at least 10 other planes in the vicinity, in addition to being able to hit the ground targets in the distance of 300 kilometers or set the goals of hitting them in the distance of 650 kilometers. The plane can last a flight of about 1000 kilometers distance. 

    According to the researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the base in Lattakia is located about 700 kilometers north of the Israeli Air Force Hatzor Airbase, meaning the aforementioned Russian plane can identity any Israeli plane that takes off from Hatzor.

    At least 26 A-50 reconnaissance planes are said to be operated by the Russian Air Force.


                                  


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