Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Syria received the new Russian Su-24M2 all-weather attack aircrafts

Armed forces of the Syrian Arab Republic received the new  SU-24M2 all-weather attack aircrafts from Russia, that reported by military-informant.com.

The upgraded  SU-24M2 front-line bombers were transferred from presence of Aerospace Forces of the Russian Federation within rendering military and technical assistance of the Syrian Army in fight against terrorist group “Islamic State”.

According to unconfirmed information, Syria already received two front SU-24M2 front-line bombers and further 8 more aircrafts  will be transferred in addition.


The SU-24M2 is a front-line bombers represents further (after SU-24M) upgrade of the front-line bombers of the SU-24 of Russian Air Force.

The Su-24M2 bombers have been retrofitted with new equipment and systems at the VP Chkalov Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association (NAPO), to enhance their capabilities and improve their combat efficiency.

NAPO has upgraded the Su-24M2 aircraft with improved avionics, including GPS and the Russian equivalent GLONASS, and a head-up display (HUD) and visor, under a three-year contract, as part of a national defence order for 2009.

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