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- Russian Jamming System Blocks All NATO Electronics Inside Bubble 600 Km in Diameter over Syria - Webster Tarpley, October 17, 2015
- Russia’s Winning the Electronic War - Paul McLeary, Foreign Policy, October 21, 2015
- In Ukraine and Syria, Russian forces are using high-tech equipment to jam drones and block battlefield communications -- and forcing the U.S. to scramble to catch up.
- Are NATO Forces “Blind” In Syria? - Brandon Turbeville, November 2, 2015
- XYZ: What would happen if the Russian army really invaded Ukraine - Fort Russ, January 25, 2015 (Originally on Anti-Maidan Kharkov Facebook page)
- Russia May Use Electronic Jamming Systems to Protect Its Pilots in Syria - Sputnik, November 24, 2015
- When It Comes to Electronic Warfare Russia Outclasses the US Hands Down - Samuel Bendett, Russia Insider, September 21, 2017
- Russia Widens EW War, ‘Disabling’ EC-130s In Syria - Colin Clark, Breaking Defense, April 24, 2018
- The Compass Call is supposed to be one of America’s foremost electronic warfare weapons, but the EC-130s flying near Syria are being attacked and disabled “in the most aggressive EW environment on the planet,” the head of Special Operations Command said here today. “Right now in Syria we are operating in the most aggressive EW environment on the planet from our adversaries. They are testing us everyday, knocking our communications down, disabling our EC-130s, etcetera,” Gen. Raymond Thomas told an audience of some 2,000 intelligence professionals.
- “The Russians have redone and reengineered their entire EW fleet in the last 20 years,” notes Lori Moe Buckhout, a retired Army colonel who specializes in EW. After the Russians attacked Georgia, they concluded they needed to upgrade their EW capabilities, she says. “The Russians put in millions on upgrades after Georgia. They’ve ended up with killer capabilities, jamming in a multitude of frequencies for hundreds of kilometers.”
- American General Says 'Adversaries' Are Jamming AC-130 Gunships in Syria - Joseph Trevithick, The Drive, April 25, 2018
- The Samson haircut option - One step before Russia opens fire on American, Israeli forces - John Helmer, Dances With Bears, April 28, 2018
- Signaling strength: Russia’s real Syria success is electronic warfare against the US - The Defense Post, May 1, 2018
- Russia’s advanced jamming plane to get new body as part of overhaul – report - RT, July 9, 2018
- Russian Electronic Warfare Against US Troops In Syria Enters Dangerous Phase: Report - ZeroHedge, July 30, 2018
- Latest from the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM), based on information received as of 19:30, 10 August 2018
- In non-government-controlled areas, on 28 July, an SMM mini-UAV spotted four distinct electronic warfare systems (a Leer-3 RB-341V, a 1L269 Krasukha-2 and RB-109A Bylina, and an anti-UAV system, Repellent-1) near Chornukhyne (64km south-west of Luhansk), all seen for the first time by the SMM. On 2 August, during a flight over the same area, the UAV did not spot the same systems. On 9 August, an SMM mini-UAV spotted an armoured recovery vehicle (BREM-1) and an APC (BTR-80) near Luhansk city and three ACVs (type undetermined) near Lobacheve.
- URGENT: 7 CIA MAINFRAME COMPUTERS DOWN - SPY SATELLITES OFFLINE - Hal Turner Radio Show, August 30, 2018 (unreliable source)