​Armed Forces of Ukraine Shoot Down Next russia’s Su-25 Close Air Support Aircraft

​Armed Forces of Ukraine Shoot Down Next russia’s Su-25 Close Air Support Aircraft

The Ukrainian military continues to destroy russian tactical aircraft on the fronts of the Russian-Ukrainian war - this time over the Donetsk region

On Thursday, May 23, warriors of the 110th Separate Mechanized Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine shot down another russian Sukhoi Su-25 Grach jet aircraft over Donetsk region

russia's Sukhoi Su-25 Grach jet aircraft, Defense Express
russia's Sukhoi Su-25 Grach (NATO reporting name: Frogfoot) subsonic, single-seat, twin-engine jet aircraft / open source photo

That is according to a report on the official Facebook page of the 110th Separate Mechanized Brigade named after Major General Marko Bezruchko.

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"We promised that the genocide of Russian "Su" will continue, we keep our promise! Another minus two planes of the occupiers in our direction.

The day before, our guys put an enemy Su-25 on an eternal parking lot in the Donbas steppes," 110th Separate Mechanized Brigade reminded that yesterday, May 22, they shot down a Russian Su-25 in the Pokrovsk direction.

They also stated in the brigade, that they shoot down another enemy aircraft: "And today the unstoppable anti-aircraft gunners of the 110th Brigade targeted another Su aircraft. The Russians still lack the wits to understand that we will not allow them to pollute our airspace with their flying iron. We will continue to shoot them down!"

As it was reported earlier, on Wednesday, May 22, Ukraine’s Government approved a procedure for granting additional leave to military personnel for destroying russian military equipment. A five-calendar-day vacation can be granted for a downed aircraft.

As Defense Express reported, Ukrainian Forces Hit russian Su-27 Aircraft at the Kushchyovskaya Airfield. We also wrote, that Ukraine Needs At Least 150 Aircraft, Including Transport Planes, to Replace Its Aircraft Fleet.

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