Russia Says Its S-300 Missiles Tracked "Nervous" U.S. Pilots Over Syria

Russia Says Its S-300 Missiles Tracked "Nervous" U.S. Pilots Over SyriaMoscow says that U.S. bombers and reconnaissance aircraft “reacted nervously” when tracked by Russian anti-aircraft missile batteries over Syria. U.S. pilots allegedly got the shakes when Russia’s advanced S-300V4 air defense systems tracked them at ranges of 200 to 300 kilometers (125 to 186 miles), Lt. Gen. Alexander Leonov, chief of Russia’s air defense forces, told Izvestia (Google translation here).



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