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Syrian army deploys new Russia-made radar system

Syrian army deploys new Russia-made radar system

PanARMENIAN.Net - 1L122-1E, a Russian-made small-sized radar system,was spotted operating under the Syrian army’s control in one of the extended battleground of the war-torn country, Al-Masdar News says.

Earlier, Moscow declared that it is boosting Syria’s air defense capabilities in order to defend itself against hostile airstrikes.

Recently, Russia sent four 5th generation Su-57 stealth fighters to conduct temporary

The newly-deployed 1L122E small-sized radar in 1L122-1E configuration is designed for use as a radar data source for flight radar support at field and temporary airfields and for air defense needs.


1L122-1Е can be portable or mountable (mobile) on track (wheel) chassis.

Main tasks:

Detect, position, and track aircraft, cruise missiles, and unmanned aerial vehicles;

Conduct identification friend-or-foe interrogation;

Automatically transmit track data to automated control systems.

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