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3 figures in the video visible to the left of the vehicle. If they were the crew, then the SA-22 wouldn't have been operated/engaged with targets, right?
pretty sure your own giveway would have been the fact that the radar wasnt working and the bay was down
One needs to be TRAINED to use STUFF
No enough training then the things wont work.
One can have all the equipment one wants, but without proper training the equipment wont function as intended.
lol everytime Syria gets bombed by a western country there is so much spin and propaganda. you werent "disabled" just like those 100 US missiles werent "mostly shot down". your air defenses are shit and its open season on whoever Israel & the US feels like blowing up
cone on! this one makes sense. The real failure is that other radar systems failed in detecting the drone. If the crew had a at least a 10minute warning this wouldn’t have happened. Probably the radar that was covering the base wasn’t good at detecting small drones. This was a well planned sneak attack that resulted in a hit.
Or maybe, just maybe a rocket strapped with explosives and a guidance system reached its destination as intended despite efforts to counter its travel plans. Shit will not always work out the way we want it to.
Indeed, especially high-tech shit can be quirky in the face of measures and counter measures. Just remember the US not being able to take down that SU22 with the latest Sidewinder missiles and it's easy to imagine how a Pantsir failed to down a drone.