Electronic Warfare units use Silok to force a UAV of terrorists to land
In the Leningrad region, the crews of the Silok newest electronic countermeasures of the electronic warfare units (EW) of the Western Military District in course of training forced to land unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
Unidentified UAVs of various modifications attempted to intrude into the closed flight airspace. The servicemen used Silok equipment to locate air intruders and forced them to land. Afterwards, engineering and sapper units defused improvised explosive devices mounted on the UAVs, and military police rapid response teams detained operators who controlled them.
More than 500 servicemen and about 50 pieces of weapons and special equipment were involved in the training.