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Ukrainian Armed Forces Unveil Factors Helping Them In Mass Destruction Of Russian Aircraft

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Ukrainian Armed Forces Unveil Factors Helping Them In Mass Destruction Of Russian Aircraft

This factor has been in effect for four days now.

Russian A-50 long-range radar detection and control aircraft have not been in the skies for four days now. This, to a certain extent, makes it easier to strike enemy aircraft.

This was reported by RBC-Ukraine with a reference to the Ukrainian Air Force speaker Yuriy Ihnat as he spoke during the telethon.

“It’s been four days now (since the A-50 is absent in the sky — edit.). The occupiers draw the conclusion that there is no point in roaming around our Sea of Azov. Thus they were pushed further away. It is clear that the enemy receives less information about our radar stations and air defense systems that emit radiation. The enemy detects the latter using an air radar, which is the A-50,” said Ihnat.

As the Air Force speaker explained, thanks to the A-50, the enemy can also track air targets on the territory of Ukraine in real time, including Ukrainian pilots who strike terrorists every day.

“So the importance of the A-50 disappearing, even temporarily, is a good sign for us. Perhaps this even helps, to a certain extent, to work on Russian aircraft using our means. Of course, there are only advantages from the reduction of those aircraft (A-50 — edit.),” noted the representative of the Air Force.

Destroying Russian aircraft

Over the past two weeks, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have destroyed many Russian aircraft:

On February 17, the Air Force destroyed three Russian aircraft — two Su-34 fighter-bombers and a Su-35 fighter;

On February 18, the Ukrainian Armed Forces “landed” a Russian Su-34 fighter-bomber in the east;

On February 19, Air Force Commander Mykola Oleshchuk announced that the Ukrainian Armed Forces had shot down two more Russian aircraft in the east.

The military “landed” another Su-34 on February 21.

On February 23, a Russian A-50 aircraft was shot down over the Sea of Azov. This is the second A-50 that the Ukrainian Armed Forces have destroyed since the beginning of the war.

Another two Su-34s were shot down on February 27.

including today, on February 29, as Oleshchuk said, the Ukrainian military destroyed a Su-34 in the Eastern direction and 2 more Su-34s in the Avdiivka and Mariupol directions.

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