The S-300s, according to the General Air Staff, are operational anti-aircraft defense systems, which contribute to the country’s air defense.
On August 23, the Turks say, the S-300 system’s target-finding and missile-guidance radar jammed an F-16 flying a surface-to-air missile mission at an altitude of 10,000 feet west of the island of Rhodes.
On August 23, GEA confirms that no aircraft has been intercepted by the S-300 radar and that the S-300s have never intercepted Turkish aircraft…
The Turks, after the overflights on August 23, had preplanned a “Hot accident” and had even sent the Frigate to the area of the Overflights TCG Gelibolu (F 493) to be ready for a rescue operation if the things were forced into an accident
The S-300’s jamming RADAR frequency is secret and not “available” for detection by the Turkish spy planes that plow the Aegean every day
The Turks, however, insist that they can prove this with data from their own radars, which they will even hand over to NATO.
Anyone in the Air Force can do such data with tampered radars. Of course, it is enough to have some knowledge of the marks that the radars give.
It is possible, if some people want it or to serve their own interests, to present as many aircraft spots as they want and wherever they want, in the Aegean, as a top official of the Air Force typically says.
Who even said that he will first wait for the GEA to see these data, to determine if they are tampered with and then he will respond appropriately.
Because you should know that fakes, manufactured items, with tampered radars can be detected by experts.
After all, what our well-trained fighter pilots have been doing with admirable professionalism and composure until now, is to protect our national airspace and our sovereign rights.
But they never entered, according to official incontrovertible data of the GEETHA, Turkish airspace to violate it or to harass Turkish aircraft