Here’s the latest ultra-low level Russian Su-24 Fencer flyby

Two Su-24MR Fencer jets perform an ultra-low level flyby on an unknown base in Russia.

Here’s the latest stunt by two Russian Air Force Su-24s that buzz other planes, people at an unknown base somewhere in Russia.

Unlike previous episodes, were only a single Su-24 was filmed, the brand new footage shows two aircraft perform the low pass, releasing also flares to make it a bit more pyrotechnic.

Last month, a Russian Su-24MR, flew within 1,000 yards of the USS Donald Cook, the U.S. Navy destroyer operating in the Black Sea following the crisis in Ukraine, a show of force considered  “provocative and inconsistent with international agreements.”

H/T Brian Ostrander for the heads-up

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5 Comments

  1. Look down. Shoot down. No problem…for an F-15/16/18/22.

    Bring it on Boris Badonov.

    We will kick your fucking ass.

    • yea shoot down russian planes for no reason and how many people will trust the US again?

    • Yeah I’m sure those fighters will have time to even look for an Su-24 at 20m while dealing with some Mig-29M’s, Su-27SM’s, Su-30’s and Su-35’s. Don’t make me laugh!

  2. and electronic warfare, “JIBINY”, the Donald Cook and his whole crew, is well understood

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