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The S-400’s radio frequencies has been detected by US military over Syria

DAMASCUS, (BM) – The US reconnaissance flights over Syria’s Khmeymim Air Force Base have not failed. The US military was able to detect the radio frequencies used by the C-400 air defense systems, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

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According to some sources these are very valuable data, because with their help, American planes will be able to “bypass” radars, “pollute” radio broadcasts with interference and even create non-existent targets.

This information is confirmed by the military expert, the Honored Pilot of the Russian Federation Yuri Sitnik. According to him, Americans have taken control of the frequencies, but so far they cannot descript.

“They describe our frequencies, they describe the complexes that are starting to turn against it (it probably means the American Boeing P-8 Poseidon aircraft). Now they have to decipher our S-400 systems we uses in Syria. That’s why we’re trying to chase them away and it’s a common practice. They test our ability to chase them away. Intelligence is in progress. This aircraft is a whole laboratory. There are numerous crews, they monitor radio electronics in a special cabin, take pictures,” says Sitnik.

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Similar reconnaissance flights were also found off the coast of the Crimea, but other frequencies were used there that the US military had yet to intercept.

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