In Photos: Syrian Forces Shoot Down Israeli Reconnaissance UAV East Of Golan Heights

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The Syrian military has shot down an Israeli reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) over the southern Syrian province of Quneitra, according to pro-government sources. According to the released photos, the downed UAV is an Israeli-made Skylark miniature UAV.

The UAV was shot down amid ongoing clashes between the Syrian Army and militants northeast of the city of Daraa in the same region. The  Israeli military has likely expanded its reconnaissance operations in the area checking the scale of the Syrian Army’s expected advance in southern Syria.

In Photos: Syrian Forces Shoot Down Israeli Reconnaissance UAV East Of Golan Heights

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In Photos: Syrian Forces Shoot Down Israeli Reconnaissance UAV East Of Golan Heights

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In Photos: Syrian Forces Shoot Down Israeli Reconnaissance UAV East Of Golan Heights

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  • Tommy Jensen

    Could have been my kid´s.

  • TiredOfBsToo

    The terror state of Israel loses another one. I hope the next time they target Syria with missiles or planes they lose some of those as well. It would be cause to celebrate in earnest!!!

    • Icarus Tanović

      They’ve already lost some, but can’t wait to see some more.

  • Icarus Tanović

    Natanyahu said If only Syria this or taht, we will… looks like we will eat some serious shit.

  • Icarus Tanović

    Good one, lets keep on going.

  • Smaug

    Not surprising, those are the type that can be bought on Amazon and provide good short range recon. I read that the US marines have started issuing those even to small recon platoons.

    • Joe Dirt

      Doubt it was even an Israeli, seeing SF could not identify the model.

    • Bill Wilson

      That’s were ISIS bought theirs!

  • Pat Enery

    Too bad it wasn’t a manned aircraft.

  • Siegfried

    Just an UAV. A PLANE would be better…. (F-35, if I’m not asking too much ;)…. )