Loss of Pantsir air defense missile system and other weapons: Haftar’s army was knocked out of a large air base south of Tripoli

Loss of Pantsir air defense missile system and other weapons: Haftar’s army was knocked out of a large air base south of Tripoli

Reports are coming from Libya that the Libyan national army of Marshal Haftar was defeated in one of his key settlements. We are talking about the loss of control over the al-Vatiya airbase, located 130 km south of the country's capital - Tripoli.


According to the latest information, the forces of the “prime minister” Fayez Sarraj (he is considered the prime minister of Libya by many UN member countries) conducted an operation against the LNA south of Tripoli with the active support of Turkish mercenaries, as well as those forces that were deployed to Libya from north- West Syrian Arab Republic.

The armed forces of the so-called Government of National Accord (PNS) have captured a large number of trophies, including armored vehicles that previously belonged to Haftar’s troops.

Turkish bloggers and journalists were one of the first at the airbase taken by the PNS



Fighters of the PNS say that they carried out a “lightning” attack, to which the enemy could not even react. We are talking about the last stage of the operation, which resulted in the actions of the assault troops after intensive artillery preparation.

As a result, LNA soldiers fled from their positions. There are losses. The exact number has not yet been reported.



It is reported that as a result of shelling from the PNS positions, the Panzir anti-aircraft missile and gun complex, which was previously at the disposal of Khalifa Haftar’s troops, was destroyed.



Also, pictures appeared on the network, judging by which at least one ZRPK "Shell" was a trophy of the PNS troops.

PNS got a large number weapons and military equipment, including even helicopters. Also among the trophies are hundreds of grenade launchers, armored vehicles, small arms and much more.

Video after capturing the base:

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  1. Bashkirkhan 18 May 2020 17: 59 New
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    This is a fiasco. Moreover, the consequences will be serious. The Libyan national army even left the ZRPK Shell-C1 from the UAE at Al-Vatiya airbase. The base is located southwest of Tripoli and was an important target for the LNA operation to capture the capital.
    1. Sky strike fighter 18 May 2020 18: 03 New
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      Arabs, they are such Arabs. Expected.
      Major failure of Marshal Haftar: “Shell-C1” and Mi-35 fell into the hands of the enemy

      https://topcor.ru/14697-krupnaja-neudacha-marshala-haftara-v-ruki-protivnika-popali-pancir-s1-i-mi-35.html
      1. Mitroha 18 May 2020 18: 48 New
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        But Arabs are not taught to destroy equipment and infrastructure during a retreat?
        Aniki warriors, damn it
        1. vadim dok 18 May 2020 20: 55 New
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          The havtor ran faster than the lan and faster than the hare from the eagle.
      2. vadim dok 18 May 2020 20: 35 New
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        PMC fighters fighting on the side of the Havtor were killed and wounded. The arrival of the IL-76-mobile hospital of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation from the Khmeinim base serves as an indirect confirmation.
        1. no one 18 May 2020 21: 05 New
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          2 times like flying
          1. no one 18 May 2020 21: 40 New
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            From the fact that the cons put the fact will not change. The hospital was flying
            1. KARAKURT15 19 May 2020 07: 40 New
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              That's right, you can’t help the minuses! wink But I heard that the scalpel and two hearse flew.
              1. Roman123567 19 May 2020 09: 08 New
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                What is the grief ??
                People for the sake of money went to kill other people in a foreign country ..
                What they do, in fact, is not much different from a robbery attack on an ATM .. It is only legalized by our government ..
                Well, without corpses, there is no way in a war, and they squabbled there not under duress, but for our, again, Tugriks ..
                1. Inboost wett 19 May 2020 19: 44 New
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                  Don’t worry about your tugriks. You get them first. If you earned it, of course. And about a foreign country and ATMs, you better tell your woman in the kitchen.
        2. CSKA 19 May 2020 09: 33 New
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          Quote: vadim dok
          PMC fighters fighting on the side of the Havtor were killed and wounded. The arrival of the IL-76-mobile hospital of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation from the Khmeinim base serves as an indirect confirmation.

          And where is the information from?
      3. Revolver 19 May 2020 01: 53 New
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        Quote: Sky Strike fighter
        Arabs, they are such Arabs. Expected.

        Arabs generally believe that in the world there are only two things worthy of an Arab man, to trade and fight. True, it’s been somehow bad for them to fight since the time the Crusaders conquered Jerusalem. It was not the Arabs themselves who conquered it back for Islam, but the Seljuk Turks led by the Kurd Saladin. And since then, only the lazy have not beaten Arabs since.
        But they are excellent traders. I regularly go to the store that the Arab holds, and he sells all kinds of food from Israel, Russia, and other former Soviet republics, and more than half of the buyers he has are local, Israeli, and former Soviet Jews. However, many English-speaking people. And his business is going well, and the prices are slightly better than in the "Russian" store a few blocks away, and the choice is better. And now he is still selling masks and rubber gloves, the price is predatory, but he has them, the only one in the immediate vicinity.
    2. Dreamboat 18 May 2020 18: 18 New
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      More like an Arabian stuffing.
      "Trophies" are understaffed fuselages of helicopters and aviation ext. tanks, judging by the layer of dust, not used since the beginning of the civil war.
      The "shell" is some kind of badly charred.
      At the same time, not a word about the price of such an attack in a positional war, how many “barmalei” were spent in the attack on fortified positions ?!
      1. igor67 18 May 2020 19: 10 New
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        Quote: Dreamboat
        "Trophies" are the dismantled fuselages of helicopters

        I still repaired these machines in 86-87, most likely it was the last major overhaul of these machines, as it was inspired by a memory.
        1. not main 18 May 2020 23: 30 New
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          Quote: igor67
          Quote: Dreamboat
          "Trophies" are the dismantled fuselages of helicopters

          I still repaired these machines in 86-87, most likely it was the last major overhaul of these machines, as it was inspired by a memory.

          Well, I don’t know what you were repairing, but I personally saw the Mi24A only at the “eternal” parking lot back in 1980.
          1. igor67 19 May 2020 06: 38 New
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            Quote: non-primary
            Quote: igor67
            Quote: Dreamboat
            "Trophies" are the dismantled fuselages of helicopters

            I still repaired these machines in 86-87, most likely it was the last major overhaul of these machines, as it was inspired by a memory.

            Well, I don’t know what you were repairing, but I personally saw the Mi24A only at the “eternal” parking lot back in 1980.

            In 86, Libyan AShki walked, and then the Vietnamese, Vietnamese were in a deplorable state, and even the Yemeni
      2. TermNachTer 18 May 2020 21: 23 New
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        I agree, judging by the photos, the turntables have not flown for many years. Fuel tanks are not a strategically important resource. Photos of the "Shell" can be taken from the Internet. What flew to Libya IL - 76, you can come up with a lot of explanations.
        1. Inboost wett 19 May 2020 19: 51 New
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          We have real interest there. So that losses are also inevitable. As always, the enemy loves to exaggerate strangers and downplay their own. The truth is somewhere in the middle.
          1. hjvtp1966 19 May 2020 20: 53 New
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            You??? Maybe some kind of oligarch? If you have something from this, it means that you are simply his expense item such as fuel or spare parts. We have interests at home, there is something to do.
            1. Inboost wett 19 May 2020 21: 00 New
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              Not with us. And you, including if you are a citizen of Russia.
    3. knn54 18 May 2020 18: 36 New
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      Haftar underestimated the enemy and stretched his units too far.
      The Turks, having closed the airspace, deprived the field marshal of his advantage and substantially weakened the combat capabilities of his troops.
      Haftar lost the battle for the coast, which is now controlled by Turkish ships, and was forced to retreat to Al-Vatiyya air base.
      Given that ALL military operations in the desert regions of Libya are conducted around air bases (there is simply nowhere else to “catch on”) and having lost this strategic object, he will not be able to supply his western group with air and support it with air strikes and drones. Therefore, the western front may collapse.
      And you can forget about taking Tipoli.
      After such a success, the PNS will unambiguously refuse to negotiate.
      Field Marshal will not envy.
      1. Oquzyurd 18 May 2020 18: 45 New
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        The PNS has long refused negotiations, from the moment the port in Tripoli was bombed. Now they say that we will negotiate only with the head of parliament, which is located in the east, in the city of Tobruk.
      2. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 38 New
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        The PNS refused negotiations in early April.
      3. g1v2 18 May 2020 19: 57 New
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        Given the front line, a number of boilers on both sides were obvious. A straightforward attack on Tripoli was originally stupid. Thc Turks just looked at the map and did what begs for it. But merging Haftar early. He has oil from the east, followed by the UAE, France, Egypt and monetary support from the Saudis and Israelis. PM and new equipment and mercenaries will drive him.
        To us, in principle, the fact that the Turks in Libya began to improve is beneficial. The Turks will send more resources there, and not to Syria. Plus, they are already pumping combat-ready personnel from their Syrian groups for fighting in Libya. And finally, any loss to Turkey in Libya is a weakening of the second NATO army. And the losses after the almost open entry into the war of the emirates and the Egyptians will obviously be.
        1. KURT330 18 May 2020 20: 24 New
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          [/ quote] In principle, the fact that the Turks in Libya began to improve is profitable. [quote]

          It is not profitable for you from the word at all. In Syria, 20 thousand Turkish soldiers. There will come a time, they will begin to wet everyone indiscriminately, from the HTS to the Caucasus Emirate, from the Asadites to the Persians (although they are already collecting manat) And do not bring the Almighty if they go to yours. I think the top political and military leadership of the Russian Federation will not give a reason for this. Although the Turks did not forget the strike of Russian aviation, when 33 Turkish soldiers died.
          1. g1v2 18 May 2020 20: 59 New
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            20 thousand is not that force. which can "wet everyone indiscriminately." And the Turks have no desire to go for it. The situation with Serakib clearly showed this. Th, let them get stuck in Libya.
            1. KARAKURT15 19 May 2020 07: 36 New
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              What about Serakib? Do you think his asad with the Russians beat off? Do you believe in everything painted here?)) I assure you, in Serakib it is now deserted and it IS NOTHING. Although it’s wet there laughing
              1. g1v2 19 May 2020 13: 37 New
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                Your sultan publicly shouted that he would beat back everything that the Syrian army had recaptured in Idlib before April. You will find the video yourself. The result - after this, the Syrian army repulsed Serakib, established an air defense zone and landed a decent number of expensive drones. All Turkish steam went off the whistle. Sorry . Truth. Such a loss of face in the east is catastrophic.
                However, in my opinion, most of his actions are coordinated with the Kremlin and logical. With every thousand bearded men thrown to Libya, the liberation of Idlib is getting closer. Apparently you are a sympathizer slippers, PM sympathize again. You will find many more unpleasant news. And we will agree with the Sultan as always. He flies to us as if to work, and sees and talks with GDP more often than with relatives. They have something to discuss. wink
                1. KARAKURT15 19 May 2020 17: 22 New
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                  [/ quote] Your sultan publicly shouted that he would beat back everything that the Syrian army had recaptured in Idlib before April. [quote]

                  Fight it, and do not doubt it))
                2. KARAKURT15 19 May 2020 17: 33 New
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                  At least not to tell you about the loss of face)) But I do not sympathize with slippers, but with the truth! The Sultan has many common themes with GDP. After the defeat of Watiyya, the Sultan talked with the GDP again ... about the coronavirus, and this morning the GDP asked for a truce from the Sultan in order to collect the bodies of the Wagnerites. And in the Idlib of the Sultan, wait, unless of course you can not wait. And then it worked out, who lost his face, who generally lost himself ...
                  1. g1v2 19 May 2020 17: 48 New
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                    Nude, Nude. Are there any more believers in this? belay Well, about Wagnerites in general, Hochma. It seems you already have some subconscious fear. Everywhere musicians seem strange to you. laughing
                    Soon you will begin to talk about the Buryat diving troops after the Ukrainian comrades. Calm down - Emirates. the French and Egyptians do without our musicians. And we won’t drag chestnuts out of the fire for them, so have fun and good luck on both sides.
          2. ABM
            ABM 18 May 2020 22: 18 New
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            The navel will not untie these 20 thousand? Warriors are still those
            1. RUSS 19 May 2020 06: 11 New
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              Quote: ABM
              The navel will not untie these 20 thousand? Warriors are still those

              Well, so far I have not unleashed, as for example the Wagnerites
              1. svp67 19 May 2020 10: 48 New
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                Quote: RUSS
                Well, so far I have not unleashed, as for example the Wagnerites

                Do you compare the power of the army of the whole country with the power of PMCs ... but do not think that you are humiliating the same Turkey?
                1. KARAKURT15 19 May 2020 17: 36 New
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                  And why is Turkey humiliated here, on the contrary, it rises, which is wetting the murderers!
            2. KARAKURT15 19 May 2020 07: 33 New
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              Erdogan is already systematically unleashing navels there for everyone, including their banners. wink
          3. svp67 19 May 2020 10: 46 New
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            Quote: KURT330
            In Syria, 20 thousand Turkish soldiers. There will come a time, they will begin to wet everyone indiscriminately, from the HTS to the Caucasus Emirate, from the Asadites to the Persians (although they are already collecting manat) And do not bring the Almighty if they go to yours.
            as previous events showed that Turkey did not send the best soldiers there, and having all the opportunities to hold and even expand their positions, they "straightened the front line" ...
            Had Assad there at his disposal 20 regular troops loyal to him, so not a single Turkish soldier would remain in Syria
            1. KARAKURT15 19 May 2020 17: 39 New
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              Assad has a lot of soldiers there. For him there he meets the Russian Federation, and Iran, and Iraq, and the Afghans, and many more. So your phrase is not an argument.
        2. Oquzyurd 18 May 2020 20: 30 New
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          The Emirates and Egypt will not fight with the Turks. Today, suddenly, Egypt offered the Turks cooperation in the Mediterranean Sea on gas production. After years of tension between these countries, such a proposal suggests that Egypt no longer intends to conflict.
          1. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 20: 42 New
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            You got ahead of me, you just wanted to strike a strike about it. Why is it suddenly, but Egypt offered Turkey cooperation))
            1. Oquzyurd 18 May 2020 20: 47 New
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              Yes, a little surprised) But quite a bit)
            2. Oquzyurd 18 May 2020 20: 51 New
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              Surprised with the act of Egypt. I will clarify just in case)
        3. tagil 19 May 2020 10: 54 New
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          Plus, they are already pumping combat-ready personnel from their Syrian groups for fighting in Libya.
          Rather, it is the disposal of excess fighters who are not needed in Idlib and who will have problems after the annexation of this province by the Turks. And so the militants are being replaced by Turkish units, and after the annexation, the Turks will finish off the remaining ones (leaving these degenerates in Turkey is dangerous).
        4. D31T4X 19 May 2020 17: 13 New
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          Quote: g1v2
          Given the front line, a number of boilers on both sides were obvious. A straightforward attack on Tripoli was originally stupid. Thc Turks just looked at the map and did what begs for it.


          Choose expressions, young man, these fools actually work in the General Staff of the Russian Army.

          But merging Haftar early. He has oil from the east, followed by the UAE, France, Egypt and monetary support from the Saudis and Israelis. PM and new equipment and mercenaries will drive him.


          1) Do you know what is happening with oil prices? And how will he export oil? There are no pipes there, the sea is blocked, and air strikes against oil infrastructure and industry facilities ... - you understand.
          2) Turkey is also far from a militarily weak country. In addition, France or Israel will not quarrel with the Turks.
          3) After the loss of control over the coast, and now also over the most important airfields, the transfer of new mercenaries and equipment was very difficult. In terms of logistics, the situation for Haftar was initially losing.

          To us, in principle, the fact that the Turks in Libya began to improve is beneficial. The Turks will send more resources there, and not to Syria. Plus, they are already pumping combat-ready personnel from their Syrian groups for fighting in Libya. And finally, any loss to Turkey in Libya is a weakening of the second NATO army. And the losses after the almost open entry into the war of the emirates and the Egyptians will obviously be.


          1) You will have to send your resources there not only to the Turks, but also to you. And given the strong remoteness of Libya from the Russian Federation, the fact that the Russian Federation can only carry out operational flights by air, as well as the loss of control over major air bases and very serious financial problems due to the collapse of oil and gas prices, will now be much more difficult to support Haftar Putin than Erdogan - the Libyan government.
          2) The LOSSING PARTY always bears the greatest losses - and these are not Turks.
          3) The price losses from the war between Turkey and Russia are not comparable. Turkey can easily deliver any ammunition and equipment by sea, while Russia has to either carry everything by air or by cars from neighboring countries - and this is in conditions of Turkish air supremacy. Turks sometimes (very rarely) lose drones, and Russia often loses much more expensive air defense systems. The shell is several times more expensive than the most expensive UAV Bayraktar-TB2. If the Turks lose UAVs - they lose only iron, and the loss of the Shell means the death of its crew ... In short, whatever one may say, the war is much more expensive for Russia than for Turkey.
          4) But the most important losses the Russian Federation will suffer AFTER WAR - when Libyan gas and oil return to the EU market. This will greatly slow down the recovery of your oil and gas industry (if it does not destroy the Russian Federation at all). And by the way, THIS IS NOT FAVORABLE ONLY TURKEY, BUT SAUDITES ARE LEADING THIS ONLY AT THE CURRENT TIME AND TRYING TO EXTRUSE RUSSIA FROM THE EUROPEAN ENERGY CARRIER MARKET.
          1. g1v2 19 May 2020 18: 06 New
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            About the General Staff of the Russian Federation, the joke is notable. Your hidden fears are not justified - there other guys bank, have fun, and we will crunch popcorn. Oil is the backbone of the global economy, so don't worry about it either. The world economy will earn and the excess will dissolve. We have enough money, and the budget is designed for $ 42 per barrel. Considering that the Turks do not have their own deposits, they just really need Libya.
            And by the way, you were so happy about something, having won your first serious victory. that they are ready to throw all their hats. This is silly. Emirates, Egyptians, French with the support of the Saudis and Israelis seem to be able to invest much more than you with your problems in the economy. And they have enough mercenaries and money.
            And by the way, Egypt and Libya have a border. but Turkey doesn’t. This is the Turks have to carry everything by sea. And given relations with the Greeks and Cypriots - this is also dangerous.
            The Russian war in Libya brings only pluses and no minuses. As for the carapace, then if you notice, then they are on the basis of MAN - this is the emirate's carapace. They bought 50 of us at one time. Lucky - they will buy more. You can capture. to destroy is not a problem. Emirates have enough money. By the way, we have contract by contract with the Egyptians, thanks in large part to Libya. PM have fun. And dispose of more slippers from Syria. drinks good
            1. Inboost wett 19 May 2020 20: 37 New
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              Caps so far that you rush. Especially when you go from logic to conversation and oil prices. This is your personal debacle. But the serious truth. Logistics is the basis of everything in war and in production and in trade. The Turks are closer, which means they are already quicker. Then you can not talk about prices. Dominance in the air is a serious threat and it is achieved not by airplanes in the sky, but by the ability to use the land - again logistics. The bases are repelled - the sky is locked. Your opponent pointed out our objective risks and problems. And you argue like a juvenile instead of thinking.
              1. g1v2 19 May 2020 21: 51 New
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                Interestingly, is there such a number of zero accounts in one topic at the same time - are you sitting in the same room or are you still observing quarantine and working from home? And by the way, who do you plow on - the Turks, or is it still the old fashioned way to work out? If in Ukrainian, then they brought the work there to you - to justify the films of Poroshenko-Biden. If the Turks, then the Franks. the Egyptians and the emirates are calling back the second day, it would be better if you were a bunch of crap on their forums.
      4. alone 18 May 2020 22: 09 New
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        Quote: knn54
        Haftar underestimated the enemy and stretched his units too far.

        Yes there is such a terrain. A narrow corridor near the sea, where the main large settlements are located .. And the main military operations are in this strip ..
        Quote: knn54
        Therefore, the western front may collapse.

        This is a fact and we can say that the whole of Western Libya will soon fall into the hands of the PNS .. The fact is that the whole Khavtor group near Tripoli is under threat of encirclement and complete destruction. Just look at the map .. The city of Tarhun, a strategic important city for Khavtor, is the center of the accumulation and distribution of troops in the directions is surrounded on three sides, and the road to Benghazi is controlled by the BLPA and artillery.
        Quote: knn54
        Field Marshal will not envy.

        Having declared himself the Supreme Ruler, the havtor made a mistake. He fenced himself off from political opponents of the PNS and their supporters. In fact, he is the third force that is not profitable not by this, not by another
      5. hjvtp1966 19 May 2020 20: 55 New
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        The word "Field Marshal" must be quoted here. laughing
    4. Nyrobsky 18 May 2020 19: 15 New
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      Quote: Bashkirkhan
      This is a fiasco.

      Losing a battle does not mean losing a battle. Although, losing the base is not good.
      Quote: Bashkirkhan
      Moreover, the consequences will be serious.
      That is yes. There were some kind of "peace talks" connected with the coronavirus epidemic, with episodic skirmishes and shootings, and now, sponsors from both sides will start raising rates and will probably move on to full-scale b / actions.
    5. Civil 18 May 2020 19: 54 New
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      With the Arabs, everything is clear, ours are there, I hope they have not been substituted. Need help throw. Not only il-76 scalpel.
    6. Nastia makarova 19 May 2020 06: 01 New
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      whose fiasco?
    7. Selevc 20 May 2020 07: 55 New
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      Quote: Bashkirkhan
      This is a fiasco. Moreover, the consequences will be serious.

      Maybe you don’t have to panic right away ???? Haftar lost the battle (and not much) but not the war !!!
    8. Minotoru 20 May 2020 12: 51 New
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      Wildly sorry, what is it on which chassis?
  2. Incvizitor 18 May 2020 18: 00 New
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    I hope they still play it all back.
    1. Sky strike fighter 18 May 2020 18: 05 New
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      It’s not the first year that they have played one way or the other. You can endlessly look at how fire burns, water flows and how Arabs fight.
      1. Mityasha 18 May 2020 18: 14 New
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        it’s their sport, they’re occupied by day, go by night ...
        1. bouncyhunter 18 May 2020 18: 26 New
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          This is no longer a sport ... Strange moves ... What is coming?
          1. Mityasha 18 May 2020 18: 32 New
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            Arab wars, then advance, then retreat ... What to expect? havtor offensive ...
            1. bouncyhunter 18 May 2020 18: 38 New
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              I will not rush to conclusions - I will wait for the development of events. hi
            2. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 40 New
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              Actually, this is not exactly the Arab war))
        2. no one 18 May 2020 21: 11 New
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          Haftar seems to have occupied her since the age of 14
      2. anjey 18 May 2020 19: 04 New
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        There, our PMCs are fighting like that, so it’s not positive to look at such a rout.
        1. On other Internet branches noted the transfer of IL 76 "scalpel" to the territory of Libya. If this is true, then I think doctors are not bearded losers to save profits ...
  3. Mityasha 18 May 2020 18: 01 New
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    Not very good news, the word is not at all joyful. But this is an occasion to overestimate the current situation, regroup and good to hand Ottomans and terrorists of all stripes. Good luck to the followers of Gaddafi! but Pasaran!
    1. Kronos 18 May 2020 18: 02 New
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      Yes, he is not a follower of Gaddafi
    2. Lopatov 18 May 2020 18: 36 New
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      Quote: Mityasha
      Not very good news, the word is not at all joyful.

      ?
      Sorry, but "ours" are not there.
      And Haftar is not a "follower", but a long-fed enemy of Gaddafi, fed by the CIA.
    3. Doliva63 18 May 2020 18: 37 New
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      Quote: Mityasha
      Not very good news, the word is not at all joyful. But this is an occasion to overestimate the current situation, regroup and good to hand Ottomans and terrorists of all stripes. Good luck to the followers of Gaddafi! but Pasaran!

      At this level of intelligence organization, nothing shines on them. They’ll slap it a couple more times, and Haftar can pack his bags. Well, perhaps, the emirates will help some thread, but this is not for long, because it is not treated. And, yes, they have already said about their attitude to Gaddafi.
      1. Lopatov 18 May 2020 18: 42 New
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        Quote: Doliva63
        Well, perhaps, the emirates will help some thread, but this is not for long, because it is not treated.

        Will definitely help. And this is for a long time. Because on the other side exactly the same frames
        1. Doliva63 19 May 2020 18: 21 New
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          Quote: Spade
          Quote: Doliva63
          Well, perhaps, the emirates will help some thread, but this is not for long, because it is not treated.

          Will definitely help. And this is for a long time. Because on the other side exactly the same frames

          You miss one point: Libya is oil, no one will let them mess around in their sandbox for a long time.
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            Quote: Doliva63
            You miss one point: Libya is oil, no one will let them mess around in their sandbox for a long time.

            Who will not give?
            Neither the Americans nor the Gulf monarchies are interested in the supply of Libyan hydrocarbons to Europe.
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              Quote: Doliva63
              You miss one point: Libya is oil, no one will let them mess around in their sandbox for a long time.

              Who will not give?
              Neither the Americans nor the Gulf monarchies are interested in the supply of Libyan hydrocarbons to Europe.

              Well, this is who will supply it laughing And then, deliveries are secondary, primary control.
      2. Inboost wett 19 May 2020 21: 06 New
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        We have to deal with those people who are. But it’s time to find us the right person in Libya. Haftar can't handle it.
    4. Oleg Zorin 18 May 2020 19: 59 New
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      Mityasha, is there anything that Gaddafi renounced Haftar in 1987? After which, Haftar was very upset and for the next 20+ years devoted himself to his overthrow. He lived in emigration to the USA, had (sic) US citizenship, collaborated with the CIA and raised an uprising in southern Libya in 1996. Would you at least read Wikipedia for a start. And then chickens get laughter.
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        Well, it’s not Haftar who denied it, but from him. why can't he follow in the footsteps of the restoration of Libya after its plunder and taking control of terrorists?
  4. Victor_B 18 May 2020 18: 01 New
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    However, it's a shame ...
    They loved the technique, even the rockets in the pipes were not all spent.
    1. loki565 18 May 2020 18: 29 New
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      The shell is possibly damaged, the rockets all in place simply blasted the lids off the tubes. They were covered immediately as soon as they arrived at the base, there was still a pickup in the hangar, the rocket hit it and there was a strong fire.
    2. V.I.P. 18 May 2020 18: 51 New
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      How much do I watch such that in Syria, that in Libya, that in Yemen, warriors scatter leaving modern weapons. Tanks, Ptur, ZRPK, Sau, .... They can not blow it all up when retreating? Be sure to leave?
      1. Inboost wett 19 May 2020 21: 11 New
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        You say you look? You don’t see who you are looking at? These are disposable monkeys. They can only think in what they can hold in their hands. Everything else is shaitanmana. These are still deeply primitive people. Or are you embarrassed that they know how to use phones. Do not be embarrassed. These are monkeys.
    3. krillon 18 May 2020 21: 56 New
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      You can’t see the burnt, damaged equipment, the destroyed fortifications around the base. The impression is ".. but not really that she was needed .." Technique? Let's remember the Six Day War. Israel still makes something from trophies.
      1. krillon 18 May 2020 22: 18 New
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        And by the way, in favor of this, I remembered how in Syria the Kveiras airfield was defended for 3 years.
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          Quote: Krillon
          And by the way, in favor of this, I remembered how in Syria the Kveiras airfield was defended for 3 years.

          And Deir ez-Zor.
          Very heroic!
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        That's right. These people are too backward. To understand the capabilities of military equipment. Toyota arba da shaitan trumpet is all that they achieved by the 21st century. These are deeply backward people. The whole problem of their existence is that they are small dirty tricks. But there are a lot of them and they are easy to manipulate.
        There used to be powerful leaders like Gaddafi who knew how to subtly feel and control the moods of this complex crowd. And now there are no managers of this level.
    4. ApJlekuHo 19 May 2020 09: 36 New
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      etit yes who gave you these photos? Do you have sources? or is it your friend taking pictures in the background? or did you just download them online? or is it from official sources? However, it’s a shame .. you tell neighbors in the far north. completely relaxed!
  5. Mityasha 18 May 2020 18: 04 New
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    They consider trash on video trophies !? let them jump ...
    1. Kronos 18 May 2020 18: 06 New
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      There is no halam but the latest technology is
      1. Mityasha 18 May 2020 18: 08 New
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        I didn’t see it in the video. the shell is really sorry, they will take it apart for study ...
        1. donavi49 18 May 2020 19: 00 New
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          Well, there is a lot of all useful. MegaGRAD - Vampire (hereinafter also some MLRS interesting):


          They took a lot of the main units of this war at the base, in terms of real usefulness it is more valuable than the same shell.


          Various delicious UAE gifts will also work:


          Mi-24 - like the one that flew there until the last (not trash). Even if it’s not flying now, you can restore or cannibalize it in favor of the Misurat Mi-24 (there are several Mi-24 helicopters defending this base actively, both on tweet PNS / Turks and on LNA tweets).

        2. Vasyan1971 18 May 2020 19: 29 New
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          Quote: Mityasha
          the shell is really sorry, they will take it apart for study ...

          Why disassemble it, study it? This is the UAE fitted. So the export version. In addition, everyone who needs to have everything sorted out.
          1. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 48 New
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            True, the version with the index E. But this does not change the alignment.
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              Quote: KARAKURT15
              But this does not change the situation.

              The alignment of what?
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                The alignment of the fact that Haftar is in deep F, and the alignment of the fact that the value of the trophy from the export version does not decrease. Although I do not think that he is interested in the Turks as a subject of study.
                1. Vasyan1971 18 May 2020 21: 46 New
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                  But it cannot change anything. It was originally about
                  Quote: Mityasha
                  the shell is really sorry, they will take it apart for study ...
                  .
                  Who needs it, picking it. Unless the Americans ferry for training.
  6. Ratmir_Ryazan 18 May 2020 18: 14 New
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    Sadness, ours are losing.
    1. Mityasha 18 May 2020 18: 16 New
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      there are no victories without loss.
    2. Leshy1975 18 May 2020 18: 37 New
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      Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
      Sadness, ours are losing.

      Yes, there are none of ours. Why did Tsrushnik Haftar become ours? Although, of course, the coordinate grid is important. For today's authorities of the Russian Federation, maybe Haftar and his own, for a while. But I do not believe that there are former CIA officers, for sure the connections and levers of influence remain, therefore, for Russia it is unlikely that he is ours. It will be beneficial, Haftar will act against the Russian Federation.
      And to choose from two of his bandits, why?
      1. Ratmir_Ryazan 18 May 2020 18: 56 New
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        That side is supported by Turkey, including thugs from Syria, I think it is better for Russia if Haftar wins.
        1. Alexey RA 18 May 2020 19: 37 New
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          Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
          That side is supported by Turkey, including thugs from Syria

          А this side sponsors support other thugs from Syria.
          In short, now two sides of the Syrian war are fighting in Libya. And the best part is that they do it outside of Syria. smile
        2. boss 18 May 2020 19: 58 New
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          And since when did the Sultan Edik become a direct enemy than the Haftar Crusader, huh?
        3. Vasyan1971 18 May 2020 21: 48 New
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          Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
          for Russia, it is better if it is Haftar who wins.

          For Russia, it is better for them to beat each other longer and abruptly.
          1. Ratmir_Ryazan 18 May 2020 22: 54 New
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            It is not better for Russia that the conflict there ends as quickly as possible and that the person in the country has a more or less positive attitude towards Russia and among those who are now there, Haftar is preferable.

            When peace is established in Libya, this country will again begin to buy our weapons, grain and other goods.

            Well, it’s not just that the first persons of Russia met him. Below there is a photo with Lavrov and Shoigu.
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              Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
              power in the country was with a person who is more or less positive about Russia and among those who are there now

              I do not understand the varieties of barmalei.
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        All of them are purely conditional there. But in one form or another their own.
    3. Alexey RA 18 May 2020 19: 33 New
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      Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
      Sadness, ours are losing.

      Since when has the puppet of the monarchies of the Persian Gulf become ours?
      Ours are not there - only toads and vipers. smile
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      Sadness, ours are losing.

      Our?
      Or yours?
  7. bang 18 May 2020 18: 20 New
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    Wow, as many as 5 Mi-24A in one hangar. Oh, one would be in Monino, in reserve)
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      Quote: bang-bong
      Wow, already 5 Mi-24A in one hangar

      How many years did they not take to the air? And what is their combat value, like that of the Su-22? And the answer is one - "zero"
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        Quote: svp67
        Quote: bang-bong
        Wow, already 5 Mi-24A in one hangar

        How many years did they not take to the air? And what is their combat value, like that of the Su-22? And the answer is one - "zero"

        the last time I accurately remembered these old women was thoroughly repaired in the year 86, ed.
      2. bang 19 May 2020 10: 27 New
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        And what is their combat value
        Battle - no. For me they are valuable as museum exhibits. I did not think that they were generally preserved.
    2. Mityasha 18 May 2020 18: 29 New
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      this is trophies: the broken fuselages of planes and helicopters and a bunch of ptb ...
      1. Mavrikiy 18 May 2020 18: 42 New
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        Quote: Mityasha
        this is trophies: the broken fuselages of planes and helicopters and a bunch of ptb ...

        Yes, the hangar full of old helicopters. repeat
    3. LiSiCyn 18 May 2020 19: 58 New
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      Quote: bang-bong
      Wow, as many as 5 Mi-24A in one hangar.

      How many did not peer, Mi-24 did not see. Mi-8 saw. wink
      1. LiSiCyn 18 May 2020 20: 03 New
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        I’m sorry, I corrected my knowledge below. Mi-24. First option. repeat
  8. Klingon 18 May 2020 18: 29 New
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    why is it that all Arabs posing in the photo show V-Victory to them the so hated Anglo-Saxon Christians? wassat it's as if the Klingons would greet each other instead of "Quapla!" Vulcan sign of "long life and prosperity" wassat
    1. Oquzyurd 18 May 2020 18: 58 New
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      "They are so hated by the Anglo-Saxons." Who said they did not like them? There are different people, each with its own worms in its head. At the beginning of the 20th century, a significant part of these Arabs (Muslims), “not lovers” of the Anglo-Saxons (Christians), united with them against the Ottomans (Muslims). The unitary mentality is almost at zero, since each tribe is on its own.
  9. Mavrikiy 18 May 2020 18: 41 New
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    Sorry. And happiness was so possible. request
  10. Grigory_45 18 May 2020 18: 50 New
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    interesting photo

    on it is the Mi-24A, the very first version of the helicopter, not yet a “crocodile”, but a “glass” (nicknamed for the characteristic shape of the cockpit glazing)
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      on it is the Mi-24A, the very first version of the helicopter, not yet a crocodile, but a glass

      we called the aquarium
    2. loki565 18 May 2020 19: 22 New
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      Looks like a helicopter from the movie Red Dawn)))
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        Only this "make-up" Puma, the same also starred in Rambo-2 ...)))
  11. Uncle Izya 18 May 2020 19: 11 New
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    It looks like Russia is selling anti-Arabs to the Arabs who are just messing with the reputation of Russian weapons
    1. Paranoid50 18 May 2020 22: 54 New
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      selling air defense to arabs

      It emiratchiki fitted it, from availability. And Russia will understand the thread, yeah. yes
      1. Klingon 19 May 2020 10: 13 New
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        "Russia will sort it out yeah" .., while we will understand will buy from competitors. Cheto no one shows the ragged Cheetahs or some kind of Mantis, namely the Shell. The Hindus decided to take the K-30 Biho-2 from the Koreans. whatever you say, but the krivoruky Arabs have tarnished their reputation. Air defense of them guano, but the person is so arranged that what he sees from that and draws conclusions
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        Yeah, soon and India will abandon your air defense with such success
  12. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 25 New
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    [/ quote] The power of the "Prime Minister" Fayez Sarrajmany countries consider him prime minister of Libyathat are part of the UN) [quote]

    Including the Russian Federation! And the quotes here are perhaps inappropriate))
  13. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 27 New
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    [/ quote] with the active support of Turkish mercenaries [quote]

    Well, the Turkish mercenaries simply turned out to be cooler than the Haftar Wagnerites!
    1. boss 18 May 2020 20: 02 New
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      Rather, Turkish hired drones, again cooler than motorized infantry of all stripes!
      The 21st century, however, changes all alignments ...
      1. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 20: 10 New
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        I agree, but not only drones, but also Turkish operators. And then for the Arabs this good is associated with a flying carpet from a fairy tale.
        1. boss 18 May 2020 20: 18 New
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          In my opinion, this is what Edik is doing right, when he sends a particularly irreconcilable population brought to Idlib viper to Libya, to show himself and to look at others)
          Radicals of all stripes and groups, not Turkomans and Syrians, were brought to the idlib.
          Should they find application? And Ed, handsome, I think, got out, found)
          Highs are better defined in Libya, or they will be identified there) than they leak into Turkey, and then they emerge in Bodrum, Side or Beldibi.
        2. vadim dok 18 May 2020 20: 48 New
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          And also 155 mm artillery - Fatin howitzers, which worked on the target designation of the Turks UAV and beat VERY for sure!
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        In a modern locally low-intensity war, only the joint work of the three elements can give a result,
        EW, air defense, UAV.
      3. vadim dok 18 May 2020 20: 52 New
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        By the way, these hired Turkish drones shattered ALSO two more shells, not counting captured.
  14. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 34 New
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    I do not think that the Turks will do the same))
    But by the way, you can carry around the city on Ramadan laughing
    1. raki-uzo 19 May 2020 06: 59 New
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      https://www.facebook.com/abdullahagar2/videos/10158915635963094/
  15. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 39 New
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    Quote: Incvizitor
    I hope they still play it all back.

    Is it in the cards or what?
  16. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 42 New
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    Quote: Mityasha
    and thrust the Ottomans well

    This is unlikely))
  17. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 19: 43 New
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    Quote: Spade
    And Haftar is not a "follower", but lured by the CIA

    Che, already?)))
  18. Oleg Zorin 18 May 2020 19: 50 New
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    It seemed strange to me that the "prime" authors of the article quoted, but the "marshal" did not.
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    Quote: Leshy1975
    Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
    Sadness, ours are losing.

    Yes, there are none of ours. Why did Tsrushnik Haftar become ours? Although, of course, the coordinate grid is important. For today's authorities of the Russian Federation, maybe Haftar and his own, for a while. But I do not believe that there are former CIA officers, for sure the connections and levers of influence remain, therefore, for Russia it is unlikely that he is ours. It will be beneficial, Haftar will act against the Russian Federation.
    And to choose from two of his bandits, why?

    Is the deployment agent really? wink

    1. boss 18 May 2020 20: 06 New
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      Maybe just the most generous and persistent, huh?
      Arrived, agreed, bought weapons, and why solvent refuse?
      At that time, there was no arms embargo.
      But what sold it?
      Even the shells did not come to him from the Russian Federation.
      1. KARAKURT15 18 May 2020 20: 12 New
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        It would be better if PMC-schnicks patched their blood 150 lemons, because of which they almost bit each other wink
    2. iouris 18 May 2020 21: 06 New
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      Looking at these photos, the question arises: who is more important? Do they not really think about how it looks?
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      Is the deployment agent really?
      This is diplomacy, and according to the dip protocols one has to deal with not such
      (Erdogany, Netanyahi and other, other ...) yes
  20. calm 18 May 2020 20: 29 New
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    Pay attention to the fuselages of helicopters. This is the first modification of the Mi-24 with the location of the crew nearby. If we take into account that in the second half of the 70s the Mi-24V was in service with the tandem arrangement of the crew, then the helicopters shown in the picture are already 50 years old.
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  22. Servisinzhener 18 May 2020 20: 35 New
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    How interesting are people who have thrown off the "bloody tyrant" and the "strangler of freedom" Gaddafi. laughing
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      Like a robin)
  23. GUSAR 18 May 2020 20: 51 New
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    I basically do not care about all the participants in this competition, but there is a nuance. Carapace (or anything) from "our sons sons?"
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      Emirates set, not surprisingly
    2. hjvtp1966 19 May 2020 21: 31 New
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      It seems that as a result of brainwashing, the "Shell" for some has become like a sacred cow for Hindus. The air defense complex is iron, which is part of the army’s body, and without an organism remains just iron. And yes! Air defense systems and other leading countries can do it! And given the general level of technology, I think no worse.
  24. Thecubel21 18 May 2020 21: 11 New
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    Wow! Mi-24 early versions! With a veranda cabin! Yes, a few more!
    Beauty.
  25. Comrade Michael 18 May 2020 22: 29 New
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    Nothing Russia will break off there. No strength and no money.
  26. Morglenn 18 May 2020 23: 04 New
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    Is it there in the Mi-24A hangar in the photo? A very rare instance. They would be in the museum
  27. Yurahip 18 May 2020 23: 12 New
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    Yes, and then they know how to drive it?
  28. senima56 18 May 2020 23: 20 New
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    Managed ... Soyuznichki ... "And we were very supportive of them in the six-day war! ..."
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    Yes sobsno who cares? Arabs wet each other in the name of Allah and earn 72 virgins for themselves in a better world, because in this imperfect world they are not just women - sheep, and they are not enough for everyone. At that, those who shout about allah and the virgins are loudest than those who have both women in bed and sheep for barbecue.
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    It seems that they are becoming a national "fun" - to shoot each other !!!
  31. Vlad7600 19 May 2020 04: 09 New
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    But I’m wondering, who’s the operator of the shell? Emirate warriors or Libyans? Or did they just teach the Libyans how to set it to automatic mode and that’s it?
  32. raki-uzo 19 May 2020 06: 28 New
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    "Take your greatcoat, let's go home ..."
    https://www.facebook.com/abdullahagar2/videos/10158915635963094/
    The shells will soon be in Ankara.
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      It will be, but who needs this bullshit?
  33. KARAKURT15 19 May 2020 07: 44 New
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    Quote: g1v2
    Th, let them get stuck in Libya.

    There, they were not stuck at all, the hot sands of Libya know better wink
    1. Shooter22 19 May 2020 10: 19 New
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      KARAKURT15 (İzzet) - judging by the comments, you are a noble troll! good Bile and rushing from you, look do not burst and do not sprinkle your comrades in the "workshop"! Not a single sensible thought, just taunts. Why are you climbing on a Russian resource? Ah, I understand that such a job ... But you take a vacation and drive to the Dead Sea, treat your vanity, and then burn for an hour at work.
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        Suddenly a rocket arrives, but Kumpol will not work ... repeat
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  34. D31T4X 19 May 2020 16: 23 New
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    Arabs, they are such Arabs. Expected.

    Firstly, not Arabs, but Arabs and Berbers.
    Secondly, the Arabs are there on both sides. True, the Turks are helping there from the government side, but the Russians are fighting for Haftar.
    Thirdly, exactly the same Arabs are fighting in Syria, and they are fighting without air defense, aviation, enough artillery and armored vehicles, and even without numerical superiority on the ground - and you cannot finish them for 5 years already.
    Fourth, there are Russian air defense systems there, which means that they also had calculations from Russians. So they threw all this stuff and the Russians fled. Is this also "expected"?
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    But Arabs are not taught to destroy equipment and infrastructure during a retreat?
    Aniki warriors, damn it

    Actually, Russian PMCs were in charge of everything there, but they were the first ones to be washed off.
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    Quote: Dreamboat
    More like an Arabian stuffing.
    "Trophies" are understaffed fuselages of helicopters and aviation ext. tanks, judging by the layer of dust, not used since the beginning of the civil war.
    The "shell" is some kind of badly charred.
    At the same time, not a word about the price of such an attack in a positional war, how many “barmalei” were spent in the attack on fortified positions ?!

    1) And no one said that they are on the go.
    2) The shell in general was supposed to be blown up.
    3) Most likely, there were no special losses. This is evidenced by the evacuation of PMC fighters - apparently, they realized that they would be stupidly killed from the air. Otherwise, they would have remained and led the defense of the base.
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    Mityasha, is there anything that Gaddafi renounced Haftar in 1987? After which, Haftar was very upset and for the next 20+ years devoted himself to his overthrow. He lived in emigration to the USA, had (sic) US citizenship, collaborated with the CIA and raised an uprising in southern Libya in 1996. Would you at least read Wikipedia for a start. And then chickens get laughter.


    Everything is just logical here - after all, Russia itself participated in the discharge of Gaddafi, as a result of which it became one of the main beneficiaries from his death and the destruction of Libya. Therefore, it is natural that now she supports his enemies.
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    Quote: senima56
    Managed ... Soyuznichki ... "And we were very supportive of them in the six-day war! ..."

    This is a really funny comment. Or cynical. It was the USSR in that war that substituted the Arab armies for defeat - Andropov merged information on the entire system of Arab air defense to the Israelis. (And you thought why they had such a small loss?)