The Number of Air Raids Conducted by the Ukrainian Air Force Counted

Ukraine's Su-24M / Illustrative photo from open sources
Ukraine's Su-24M / Illustrative photo from open sources

Ukraine’s aviation regardless enemy’s SAM keeps destroying russian invaders

Since the beginning of the full-scale war with russia, the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have carried out more than 1,000 air raids on the Russian occupation forces. This was reported by the Command of the Armed Forces.

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Ukraine's Su-25 / Illustrative photo from pre-war times

Since February 24, the Su-25 air support jets and Su-24m bombers regularly hit racist columns, equipment and personnel, and logistics centers. Ukraine’s successful airstrikes include hundreds of units of equipment destroyed, pontoons, fuel and lubricant supply points, manpower and other important facilities.

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Ukraine's Su-24M bomber shoots with X-25ML missile / Photo credit: MilitaryAviationInUa

For example, on June 3, Ukraine’s Air Force servicemen destroyed more than 20 units of armored combat vehicles, fortified positions of the occupiers and enemy manpower.

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Ukraine's Su-25 during the See Breeze-2020 exercises / Illustrative photo from open sources

Defense Express reminds about a spectacular video of Ukraine's MiG-29 taking off during the enemy shelling

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Ukraine's MiG-29 / Illustrative photo from open sources
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