Shows the use of high-precision weapons, probably from the Su-57

During the special operation of the RF Armed Forces in Ukraine, documentary evidence of the use of various Russian weapons systems against the Armed Forces of Ukraine periodically appears on Ukrainian territory. The first footage has appeared on the Web, showing the use of the latest Russian air-to-surface guided missiles X-59MK2 of the updated version.

It should be noted that before this confirmed the use of Su-57 fighters in Ukraine. Therefore, there is a possibility that the mentioned high-precision weapon was activated from the board of one of the indicated fifth-generation aircraft.

The video shows how the missiles approach their targets and successfully hit them. These are collected frames of objective control of the defeat of given objects.

Su-57s are among the carriers of Kh-59MK2 medium-range missiles (285-290 km). The first version of the X-59MK2 (a variation of the X-59MK) was presented at MAKS-2009 and has a round body section (length 5,7 meters). At MAKS-2015, an updated version of the X-59MK2 missile was presented - shorter and with a square section of the body, specially designed for placement in the internal compartments of the aircraft (length 4,2 meters).

The equally interesting video below shows how the wings and plumage are folded on a mock-up of such a rocket.

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  1. alexey alexeyev_2 (Alexey Alekseev) 6 June 2022 11: 39
    I wonder what the sentry felt on the tower. She definitely passed through the tower sad
    1. vik669 Offline vik669
      vik669 (vik669) 6 June 2022 13: 14
      And what - managed to feel or ...!
    2. Aleksandr0073 Offline Aleksandr0073
      Aleksandr0073 (Alexander) 10 June 2022 13: 04
      This is not a sentinel tower. This is a elevator tower, and next to it is a warehouse for storing grain. By destroying the elevator, the possibility of loading grain is excluded (there are warehouses for floor storage of grain nearby, from which, through underground galleries, grain is fed into the shoe of the elevator (in the underground part of the tower), it also rises through gravity pipes (they are also visible on the video, from the elevator head above through the roof) enters the point of shipment. In this case, judging by the lack of railroad tracks, this is a vacation by motor vehicle. Apparently, our videoconferencing forces are destroying the infrastructure that is designed to ship grain. I won’t tell which customers exactly. This is on the second video. On In the first video, the warehouse is empty (the side doors are leaky, which indicates the absence of grain in it), except perhaps if dill was hiding there.