• 24/04/2024 08:30

ZSU shot down a Russian A-50 aircraft over the Sea of ​​Azov, another one was shot down

Ukrainian military shot down two Russian planes over the Sea of ​​Azov, A -50 and IL-22 .

This is reported by RBC-Ukraine through dispatches to personnel in the Defense Forces.

For information from personnel in the Defense Forces, it became known about the shooting down by the Air Force of the military aircraft of the Russian Air Force A-50 and damaged Il-22M11, tail number 75106.

As it turns out, the A-50 aircraft was shot down immediately after its attack on Cherguvannya in the Kyrylivka area around 21:10-21:15 on the 14th. A-50 was detected from radars and received reports from tactical aviation, and later a Su-30 pilot of the Russian Air Force discovered the occupation and crash of an uninstalled damaged ship.

Litak Il-2 2M11 was built in Cherguvannya in the area of ​​Strilkovoe, and By the end of the 21st year of the 14th century, the protection of the Azov Sea coast will be completed. After the attack, the flight planned to land in Anapa, requesting evacuation, the call of the “Swedish” and the fire truck.

Dzherelo reported to RBC-Ukraine the overcrowding of the flight with the airfield controller in Anapa:

What is the situation I'm at the front

According to the data of the General Staff of the ZSU, during the last year, 13 June, there were 61 combat operations. Now the enemy is trying to actively storm and bury new territories in the Donetsk region.

At this time, analysts from the Institute of War (ISW) confirm that the Russians can form airborne assault brigades, such as There are nine specialized units for landing and reconnaissance in the Ukrainian defense lines.

Also, analysts report that through the activity of Ukrainian drones, Russia is shooting down UAVs on the left birch of the Dnieper.

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