Wednesday, February 28, 2024

In Syria spotted Su-34 Russian fighter bomber

In Syria spotted Su-34 Russian fighter bomber. The Su-34 was spotted at Russian air bases Latakia in Syria.

The two-seat Su-34 is primarily designed to destroy a variety of ground and naval targets. It is capable of performing solo and group missions in daytime and at night, under favorable and adverse weather conditions and in a hostile environment.

The Su-34 design retains the basic layout and construction of the Su-27 airframe, with a conventional high-wing configuration and a substantial part of the onboard equipment. The Su-34 has a changed contour of the nose section to accommodate an advanced, multi-mode, phased array radar with terrain following and terrain avoidance modes. It has a two-seat rather than single-seat cockpit.

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The capacity of the internal fuel tanks has been increased with a resulting increased take-off weight. Changes have been made to the central tail boom for rear-facing radar

Airliner/transporter Tu-154 accompanied with 6 fighters crossing over Hama country side

 

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