Sep 29, 2015

Russians In Syria Building A2/AD ‘Bubble’ Over Region: Breedlove « Breaking Defense - Defense industry news, analysis and commentary

WASHINGTON: In keeping with its increasingly aggressive behavior over the past two years, Russia is deploying lethal and long-ranged anti-aircraft defenses to keep Western forces out of three key regions: the Baltics, the Black Sea, and, now, the Levant. From where NATO’s top commander Gen. Philip Breedlove sits, the Russian forces flowing into Syria don’t look like counter-terrorists out to...

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