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AWACS vs Russian S-400

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Script : French AWACS shot down by a Russian S-400 SAM (Rostec movie)

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A French AWACS shot down by a Russian S-400. This is the scenario of a film showcased on the Rostec booth in IDEX 2019 exhibition. The French armed forces were not alone in being honoured, since, in this super production made with computer generated images, a good part of the American panoply was cut down to the ground by the air defence systems proposed by the Almaz-Antey company. Even the B-2 stealth bomber of the US Air Force and cruise missiles JASSM prematurely ended their missions in flames, light and heat.

A French AWACS shot down by a Russian S-400. This is the scenario of a film showcased on the Rostec booth in IDEX 2019 exhibition. The French armed forces were not alone in being honoured, since, in this super production made with computer generated images, a good part of the American panoply was cut down to the ground by the air defence systems proposed by the Almaz-Antey company. Even the B-2 stealth bomber of the US Air Force and cruise missiles JASSM prematurely ended their missions in flames, light and heat.

Tags : DEFENCE | IDEX

Location : Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

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