Ukrainian troops exhibit wreckage of downed Russian strike plane

The wreckage of the Russian Su-24 Fencer strike jet shot down by Ukraine has been discovered close to Bakhmut in japanese Ukraine.


Footage of the burned-out Russian fight plane started circulating on social media earlier right now.

In line with OSINT specialists, it was the wreckage of a Russian Su-24M Su-24M Fencer swing-wing fight jet, with the serial quantity RF-93798 and bort quantity 48 Blue, that was shot down earlier at probably the most extremely contested – and destroyed – areas of the entrance, close to town of Bakhmut.


The Sukhoi Su-24 (NATO reporting title: Fencer) is a supersonic, all-weather assault plane developed within the Soviet Union. The plane has a variable-sweep wing, twin engines, and a side-by-side seating association for its crew of two. It was the primary of the previous USSR’s plane to hold an built-in digital navigation/assault system.

The Oryx weblog, which counts Russian army gear losses in Ukraine based mostly on pictures despatched from the entrance strains, has reported that the Russian Armed Forces has misplaced at the least 7 Su-24M/MR strike plane since Russia started an invasion of Ukraine.

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