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Following a massive airstrike on what it called Iranian targets in Syria on Thursday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have released footage taken aboard a Spike NLOS cruise missile, which is seen hitting what appears to be a Pantsir-S1 (NATO reporting name SA-22 Greyhound) air defense system.
There can be only two possible explanations for a successful strike against a Pantsir-S1: “One is that it had already used up its ammunition reserve. The other is that it was simply turned off; it wasn’t battle ready,” Aytech Bizhev, a former Russian Air Force Deputy Commander-in-Chief, said.
The IDF struck an SA22 aerial interception system as part of a wide-scale attack against Iranian military sites in Syria
“There can be no third option as it wouldn’t have let itself to be destroyed… When it’s battle-ready it performs constant surveillance of enemy aircraft and has a