"Thirteen drones moved according to common combat battle deployment, operated by a single crew".
The drones that attacked Russia's Khmeymim airbase in Syria were operated from the U.S. Poseidon-8 reconnaissance plane, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Colonel General Alexander Fomin said.
He explained that the drone switched to manual mode after confronting Russia's electronic countersystems, indicating that they were operated by a "technologically advanced country that has access to such tools; they can not be made in the Syrian desert". "It undertook manual control", TASS cited Fomin as saying.
"When these 13 drones came across our veil of warfare, they retreated to a certain distance, received the appropriate commands, and they started running out of space and to suggest to them the so-called holes, in which they began to penetrate. Then they were destroyed", Fomin claimed.
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The official also said that the US had supplied Syrian militants with equipment that allowed them to access radio frequencies operated by Russian aviation.
As previously reported in the defense Ministry, January 6 militants in Syria for the first time massively used unmanned aerial vehicles in an attack on the Russian base Hamim and the item of material support of the fleet in Tartus.
MOSCOW, Oct 25 ― The Kremlin said today that it was very alarmed by a report from the Russian Defence Ministry alleging that a United States spy plane coordinated a drone attack on Russia's Hmeymim air base in Syria in January. The attack was successfully repelled: seven drones were downed, and control over six drones was gained through electronic warfare systems.