​Defenders of Ukraine Shoot Down 2nd russian Su-34 Aircraft For Today

russian Su-34 fighter-bomber / Open source illustrative photo
russian Su-34 fighter-bomber / Open source illustrative photo

The Ukrainian Air Forces managed to destroy two russian Su-34 fighter-bombers in one day. But occupiers do not count their losses and continue to send pilots on "meat assaults"

Today, on February 27, the Ukrainian Air Forces of shot down two russian Su-34 bombers. The Commander of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Lieutenant General Mykola Oleshchuk, reported this on his Telegram channel.

It is known that the first plane was shot down at about 10 a.m. while the second was eliminated at about 2 p.m.

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Defenders of Ukraine Shoot Down 2nd russian Su-34 Aircraft For Today, Defense Express
The second aircraft was shot down at about 2 p.m. / Photo credit: Air Force Command of UA Armed Forces

"With such losses of combat and special aviation, russians should think about stopping their 'meat assaults' at least for a while," Oleshchuk said.

Mykola Oleshchuk also posted a photo of the burning aircraft.

"It is not an exclamation point or a question mark on the photo, but the burning russian Su-34 fighter-bomber. So that no one doubts!" Oleshchuk reported.

According to the Commander, both fighters were shot down in the eastern direction. It is known that this is the seventh Su-34 aircraft that the Air Forces of Ukraine have destroyed since February 17. In addition, two Su-35 fighter jets and one A-50U long-range radar reconnaissance aircraft were also shot down during this time.

Earlier Defense Express reported that the UK Defense Intelligence had suggested that russia could shot down its own A-50U aircraft.

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