Chill out and tone it down man. You are doing no good with venting it... there is already more than enough garbage going on in the Syrian thread.Regular wrote:Go feck yerself Ultron wannabe. SAA are shitarabs what do You expect. They can't even shoot straight, look at this
No UAVs will help them, they are human garbage, even worse than those retard terrorists.
What You are saying is Americunt way of fighting. Real and best recon is done up close and personal. Terrorists dress like civvies and blend in so humin is best way to track them and You just can't expect it from shitheads in Syria.
Russia should take over SAA command and use Iranians as cannon fodder they are. And don't worry Russia will kill every last of them motherfucker Isis as they did with chechens terrorists
Please don't bother comparing the chechan campaingn to this one which is more complicated. Chechnya was an internal fight and Russia did not have to impose a ceasefire on the fighting units after talking to muricans. Russian military fought with what whatever was required to have a decisive victory against the murican & co supported Chechan terrorists and not with a force "rationed" with a handful of helo or aircrafts.
The Syrian campaign went really great in the first half with those limited number of aircrafts and the momentum was strong......then came the surprise "mission accomplished" and with that Aleppo offensive which was ongoing at that time came to a dead halt..... has anyone actually tried to understand under what circumstances Russia had to to pull out?? I think there is something that we don't know in the open...
What happened with US-Russia ceasefire in Syria is what exactly happened in Donesk earlier. When the momentum was strong and in favour of the anti-murican-nazi/kiev forces who could have taken Mariapol, a ceasefire was imposed there by halting the momentum and then withdrawal. Now the East Ukranians will have to loose men to repeat/take whatever they had gained and was let go due to the ceasefire. Same case with Syria.
The "ceasefire" started to fall apart after the successful campaign of Palmyra and anyone with commonsense could see that Team A (FSA terrorists & co) and Team B (ISIS) was complimenting each other to relieve the Syrian pressure on Team B...
Even after so much blood spilling during the Syrian "ceasefire", Russia was into "honouring" the agreement (we actually don"t know why Russia was so committed to this murican farse called ceasefire) and there was almost nothing happening in support of the Aleppo operation and without any effective (read Russia) air support the allied forces (SAA/NDF/Hezbollah/IRGC/Iraqi's) were loosing men to the well entrenched and supported FSA terrorists & co. But we saw the "ceasefire" stick....
Then, in parallel, came the murican & co supported SDF offensive to Raqqa and what we see is an offensive formation getting readied from the Syrian side for an assault on Raqqa. The media was screaming "Race to Raqqa" with murican supported SDF from the north and Russian supported SAA allies from the south.
But then once this operation to Raqqa started, we see Russia starting its strikes in South Aleppo... lack of coordination or (more likely) lack of aircrafts to service two fronts?
South Aleppo situation is bad as such and it could be the reason why Russia might have diverted almost all their very limited air contingent there with none left for Raqqa offensive (as might have been agreed upon before the start of the campaign).....
The remedy for such situation is only to increase the VKS strength to atleast the pre-"ceasefire" level which anyway was very effective and made the terror sponsors tol watch in disbelief what VKS was doing and the gains made by SAA & allies
There is no point in repeatedly asking stupid questions like where is Syrian and Iranian airforces, questions like these are just trolling and shows the complete lack of elementary knowledge of the situation. None of the two is as capable as the VKS and even the daily strikes carried out by SyAAF maynot be as effective as those by the VKS. Iran maynot be even in the scene with their old aircrafts and complete lack of experience. Their presence might only allow the terrorists to increase their scores in shooting down aircrafts with unnecessary & avoidable causalities/losses. The better solution would have been to allow Iran buy or upgrade their Su-24 to VKS level and make effective use of it.
Also, if Syria had the capability to withstand the onslaught by the well armed and supported international terrorists even after 4-5 years, they would not have asked for Russian help.
Fact that need to be remembered is that Syria lost major chunk of their territory coz SyAAF not able to provide effective support to the ground forces coz they were constantly threatened & restricted by the Turkish/Israeli forces from across the border in support of the terrorists. SyAAF have lost many aircrafts over the course of this war and continue to loose them....
It is high time Russia started using their heads properly and stop believing in the myth of a fair game from the muricans and trusting them. A lost battle in Syria wont stop in Damascus, it will end only in Moscow and that's the gameplan.
Syria/Ukraine/Iran (a murican Shah kind of Iran will be a severe blow)/Olympic doping etc all are means to pressure and keep Russia engaged on multiple fronts to break the Russian morale.
I really pity those who consider this Syrian war to be born out in isolation.
I have been constantly saying that as long as Russia can postpone a direct war, the better. Coz Russia needs time and a great power cannot take the battle to the opponents yard without a strong navy. It doesn't have to necessarily mean operating in the opponents waters, but to have the ability to strike the nodes that's critical for opponents, the realization of which will allow the opponents to have some sense and tone down their approach against Russia.