Resposta to "Chegaram os Russos - Perdas russas durante a operação militar na Síria"

Artigo do The Guardian agora de madrugada:

" The US, British and French jets that took off from the British base in Akrotiri in Cyprus, France, the Mediterranean and perhaps other bases in the Middle East never came close to the Russian or Syrian air defence systems.

The cruise missiles fired by the US B1-B Lancer heavy bombers, French Rafales and UK Tornados GR4s – as well as from frigates in the Mediterranean – were among the world’s most modern. They had ranges of hundreds of kilometres, designed to be fired from a distance to avoid the risk of aircraft being targeted by Syria’s largely Soviet-era anti-aircraft missile systems."

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For its part, Russia earlier this year deployed its most advanced fighter jet to Syria, the stealth-capable Su-57, which is a fifth-generation, multi-role combat jet.

What seems almost certain is that the war in Syria will grind bloodily on, becoming more complicated than ever. The biggest victims – as they have always been – will be Syria’s own citizens.

"Full of sound and fury – contrary to Donald Trump’s “mission accomplished” tweet – the strikes may not signify much in Syria’s wider war."

 

Duas deduções que se pode fazer a partir dessa notícia:

A primeira é que as duas atuais superpotências acertaram tudo antecipadamente, para evitar que seus soldados sofressem algum tipo de risco.  Qualquer possibilidade de risco. O paradoxo é que vão haver muitas medalhas distribuídas aos heroicos pilotos e marinheiros da grande nação do norte.

A outra é que esse pobre país chamado Síria é e continuará sendo um grande campo de provas para armamentos sofisticados em planejamento ou já em produção pelos interessados na continuidade da guerra civil.

Quem viver... verá.

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