Turks re-tested S-400 on American fighter jets

The Turks re-tested the Russian S-400 Triumph air defense system on the American F-16 Viper and F-4 Phantom II fighters, writes Fighter Jets World.

The media notes that the tests took place last week at the Myurt airbase near Ankara, where the S-400 is located. At the same time, the Turkish military has not yet disclosed test results.

It is known that experiments will be held until November 26, 2020. FJW noted that for the first time, American-made fighters underwent tests of this kind in November 2019.

We remind you that since Ankara acquired the S-400 from Moscow, Washington has not ceased to threaten its NATO ally with various bad consequences. During this time, Turkey and the United States even managed to exchange pleasantries.

Washington postponed sanctions against Turks because of COVID-19 pandemic. In turn, Ankara postponed the timeframe for putting S-400 on combat duty from April this year to a later time, having decided to carefully check the purchased air defense system for compatibility with the Alliance systems.

However, the US insists that Turkey completely abandon the introduction of the S-400 in operation, otherwise the Americans will finally send the Turks out of the F-35 program. In Washington, they worry that the S-400 will reveal the secrets of the F-35 and this will become known to the Russians. Americans even offer Turks to buy from them the S-400, and in return to provide their Patriot air defense systems. But the Turks are not going to refuse from the S-400.
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  1. Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
    Michael1950 (Michael) 8 July 2020 08: 56
    It is wonderful and wonderful that the Turks still bought the S-400! fellow Let them buy another Su-35 squadron! lol
    And they will ask the Chinese to upgrade them ...
  2. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 18 July 2020 15: 44
    It's time for Russia to urgently leave Libya, because a long porridge is brewing there without certain bonuses for Russia, but the costs will be over the edge ...