Russian Aerospace Forces thwarted NATO reconnaissance operation in the Black Sea

On Tuesday 11 May, the Russian Su-30SM interceptor flew out towards two French Dassault Mirage 2000D fighters and a C-135FR tanker, located above the Black Sea waters near the southern borders of Russia. Thus, the Russian Aerospace Forces thwarted the reconnaissance plans of the North Atlantic Alliance.

This week the crew of the Russian Su-30 interceptor witnessed a NATO reconnaissance operation

- noted Forbes.

Initially, the West argued that the planes were only testing the defenses of Russia's southern borders. However, French fighters carried out a reconnaissance mission, since under the belly of each of them were containers with special equipment for detecting the radars of a potential enemy. That is, NATO fighters tried to work out in detail the location of Russia's defense complexes in the Black Sea region.

According to American experts, it is just appropriate to use multipurpose fighters for such purposes, since they are less visible to air defense systems and can evade interceptors with afterburner.
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  1. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 14 May 2021 19: 43
    can get away from interceptors on afterburner

  2. Zhuvladmit Offline Zhuvladmit
    Zhuvladmit (Vladimir) 14 May 2021 22: 12
    What prevents us from sending a dozen letalak to intercept, pinch it in pincers and move it around while burning fuel.
  3. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 15 May 2021 00: 45
    But there was such a thing, however, then the pilots of this squadron bombed Belgrade ...

  4. Igor Berg Offline Igor Berg
    Igor Berg (Igor Berg) 15 May 2021 10: 19
    Where did you rip it off? In the previous article the pilot of Sushka just flew alongside and filmed a video, and the French flew their course, and continued.
    1. Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
      Michael1950 (Michael) 15 May 2021 14: 41
      - The freak really thinks that over neutral waters it is possible to interfere with someone in some way ... fool
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      2. Stanislav Bykov Offline Stanislav Bykov
        Stanislav Bykov (Stanislav) 16 May 2021 16: 48
        Did you ever think of a simple thought that you can at least force you to change course and prevent you from violating the state border, and how to bring it down as much as possible if you do?
        1. Michael1950 Offline Michael1950
          Michael1950 (Michael) 16 May 2021 18: 16
          - Is it possible that someone was going to violate your state border over neutral waters ?! In the era of GPS, this is difficult to do ... wink
          1. Stanislav Bykov Offline Stanislav Bykov
            Stanislav Bykov (Stanislav) 16 May 2021 18: 35
            Who knows what's on their minds? Maybe they're under some French butyrate lol , if you flew to escort into neutral waters, it means we were moving towards the border