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United States transferred captured Russian complex Pantsir-S1 to Germany

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On January 28, 2021, it has been reported that Pantsir-S1 Russian self-propelled surface-to-air missile and gun system (SAMG) captured in Libya in 2020 had been transported to an American air base in Germany. The report says that a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster cargo plane airlifted the Pantsir-S1 from the Libyan Zuwara airport, in the west of Tripoli, to the American Ramstein Air Base in Germany. According to The Times sources, “the operation was ordered amid concerns that the Pantsir S-1 missile battery, which can easily bring down civilian aircraft, could fall into the hands of militias or arms smugglers…

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