Russia dispatches anti-aircraft rockets to Syria: report

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President Vladimir Putin dispatched Russian anti-aircraft rockets to Syria as a deterrent to Islamic State competitors intent on destroying his competitor jets.
Russia is upping the military ante in war-torn Syria.
President Vladimir Putin dispatched Russian anti-aircraft rockets to Syria as a deterrent to Islamic State rivals intent on destroying his rival jets, Col. Gen. Viktor Bondarev stated in an interview with the daily Komsomolskaya Pravda.
The step amps up Russia’s firepower in the location, amidst concern by some U.S. authorities over Putin’s widened reach into the area.
Bondarev mentioned the rockets will secure the jets from hijackings or attacks as the Russians keep their airstrikes on ISIS competitors.
Col. Gen. Viktor Bondarev stated the rockets will protect the jets from hijackings or attacks as the Russians keep their airstrikes on ISIS rivals.
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“We have in fact figured out all possible dangers,” mentioned the Flying force leader. “We have really sent out not just rival helicopters, jets and bombers, however similarly rocket systems.”.
The Russians introduced the attacks versus ISIS in September at the need of long-time Russian ally Bashar Assad, the president of Syria.