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Topic - WAR
Posted: April 07 2017 at 2:58am By Dutch Josh


The small Russian Air Force contingent in Syria tested all their radars and carefully tracked those lumbering, telephone pole Tomahawks passing for missiles. Cost of the op for the Pentagon: around $93 million for 59 Tomahawks. Cost to the Russian military – in material losses; as it stands, zero. And probably no Russian casualties. Moscow will NOT show what the S-300 and S-400s can really do until the heavy s**t really hits the fan – if it does. And yes, it will be nasty. And the Pentagon knows it, thus the heads up.