posted on Jun, 24 2012 @ 12:36 AM
A new version of what happened to the photo-reconnaissance aircraft Turkish RF-4E comes to rock the waters if given a new dimension to the case of
breaking the the Syrian air defense.
Specifically, the Turks are said to have entrusted the mission of spying activities of the Cypriot National Guard in the exercise "Demetra", a
massive Regular Exercise After Troop (TAMS) which lasts four days. Having started on June 21 ends today. The exercise involving large numbers of
reservists and aims to control the logistical system of the National Guard.
The Turkish aircraft reportedly flew over Cyprus while participating units went out of their camps and headed to the dispersal areas. Assessment of
the Greek side is that the aim was to photograph the movement of National Guard units to gather information on the routes to be followed for instance
by comparing it with the same last year as part of the exercise.
Under reportedly flew and Turkish aircraft type CN-235, equipped with jamming systems and monitoring, which was located and was ordered by the General
Staff of National Guard (GEEF) for complete wireless silence and protection systems activated jamming.
Leaving the area, the Turkish RF-4E moved east to the point where the tangent to the Syrian Cypriot FIR was lost from radar. Some time later sail from
Famagusta Turkish torpedo boats, and Turkish aircraft were beginning to make their appearance in the Turks and asked permission from the Syrians to
begin search and rescue (SAR).
If this scenario is true, then it is likely you said Turkish President Abdullah Gul to be true, at least to a degree. The Turkish president said
yesterday that the Turkish aircraft may be violated "a moment" the Syrian airspace because of its high speed. But the more likely it is another so
that by the way, the Turks had been ordered to "take his turn openly" in a show of force against Syria's Assad.
Thus, if all parties wish to shed light on the track log of the aircraft radar would give us the answers we seek. If the course proves that Turkish
aircraft had the road to Turkey and "cut path" violating marginally, on the outskirts, the Syrian airspace, although the violation is not contested,
but in any case it is an overreaction of the Syrian air defense.
This is attributable to Turkey, that intention in violation of Syrian airspace in order to send a message to Assad regime could possibly be true ...
the reverse: that the Syrians have shown "excessive zeal" and that the aircraft was not just a km from the coast as it was said, but about 13 km as
other sources claim now. The aim was to send a decisive message to those who apergazontai the collapse of the Assad regime, although the apparent
effort to defuse the tension that made the final hours rather militate for this. Unless the army is uncontrollable ...