Turkish drones in Syria and Libya reportedly destroyed around 1 Pantsir-SXNUMX air defense systems

Put into service in the early 2010s, the Russian Pantsir-S1 medium-range anti-aircraft defense system very quickly presented itself as a formidable adversary for any air force.

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Could the Libyan civil war redefine modern air combat? Part 2/2

This article is the second part of a reflection started in a previous article available here. In recent months, the Libyan civil war has intensified on several fronts, including in ...

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Could the Libyan civil war redefine modern air combat? Part 1/2

Since the Western intervention in Libya in 2011, and even more since 2014, the country has been plunged into a protean civil war based on real geopolitical chaos. Over the…

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Turkey multiplies openings to return to Washington's good graces

After a honeymoon with Moscow for more than a year, Ankara is now multiplying initiatives and declarations to find the good graces of Washington, and take advantage of…

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Syrian Pantsir S1 anti-aircraft systems cut to pieces by Turkish drones at Idleb according to Ankara

Any publicity is good to take, said Andy Warhol. The Russian company Almaz-Antei, which manufactures the Pantsir S1 close protection anti-aircraft protection system, should hardly share this opinion these…

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US pressures Europeans for support for Turkey

One can really wonder about the objectives pursued by the United States vis-à-vis NATO. Indeed, while Ankara signed a ceasefire agreement with Moscow and President Erdogan ...

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The United States would study the sale of Patriot missiles… to Turkey!

States have no friends, they only have interests! This sentence, borrowed by General de Gaulle from Lord Palmerston, British Prime Minister during the reign of…

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Aircraft exchanges between Charles De Gaulle and the USS Eisenhower strengthen the interoperability of French and American navies

Certainly, with the Foch mission, the French Aéronaval Group (GAN) is not idle. Leaving Toulon on January 22 with his escort, the nuclear aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle participated…

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