Unnanounced Air Strike on Syria Can Cause a Full Scale Russia-USA War

The former member of the US Air Force and B-52 senior instructor Mark Gunzinger described a potential scenario for a  strike on Syria which can lead to a clash between the United States of America and the Russian Federation. This will be caused by an unannounced air strike on Syria using stealth bombers.

According to information from the Russian newspaper “Vzglyad,” Russia will retaliate if such a strike damages their aircraft stationed in Syria. Gunzinger speculated that cruise missiles will be used for an unannounced strike on Russian military hardware. There are two options for that to happen. Either the missiles will be guided on low altitudes in order to avoid detection, or there will be a bombardment with stealth air vessels B-2 or F-22.

If the strike happens, this will create the potential for a full-scale military escalation between the USA and Russia, as experts think that Russia will retaliate an air strike by the USA, which will turn on the cycle of war. Additionally, the UK and France have been calling for operating in unison with the US.

There has been a lot of talk about an escalation in Syria, with some going as far as comparing the small country to Serbia during WW1. Indeed, it seems like Syria is a crossroad of many interests, most notably the United States and Russia, but also their regional allies. The Trump administration already carried out a guided missile strike in Syria that was speculated to have been a one-off intervention to defuse the calls for war with Syria and Russia. It remains to be seen whether that was really a 3D chess move by Trump and if he can decrease tensions with Russia yet again. Previously Trump had ordered an air-strike against Syria after a previous chemical weapons attack, which was claimed to have destroyed planes equivalent to 20% of the Syrian airforce.

53% of Bulgarians think that WW3 will happen soon. Given the country’s location right at the doorstep of the Muslim world and its close proximity to Russia, it seems like our country will be very close to the heat of this potential conflict.

U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Samuel Rogers

Alex Dimchev

Alex Dimchev is a writer, editor, and weapons master for EUscoop.com

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