Lessons to be learned from the Nagorno-Karabah conflict
Keywords:Nagorno-Karabakh;., air defence; , drone;, ground-based air defence; , surface-to-air missiles;, anti-aircraft artillery; , GBAD systems; , unmanned aircraft systems
The new threats of modern warfare compel the thinking and development of a credible air defense capability based on early warning systems, surface-to-air missiles, fighter aircraft and associated command and control systems. Ground-based air defence, largely neglected in the air campaigns that dominated the last years of military conflicts, where the air threat was quite low, is once again examined by military analysts. The combatants involved in the 2020
Nagorno-Karabakh conflict are responsible for this.
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