It was a success. The Ukrainian army had destroyed another Russian military aircraft near Mykolaiv. Up to now, 200 flying devices had been lost by the aggressor in Ukraine.
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Unidentifiable shipwreck: This is how we can briefly describe Ukraine’s latest success in protecting its airspace. The Su-family must have shot down the fighter, as the defenders repeatedly proved that they could shoot down even the most advanced Russian fighters. This is evident in the shooting down the Su-35 (Flanker E, according to NATO code) at the beginning April. It is the latest (it entered service in 2014), and it is the most advanced Russian fighter, created with technology meant for fifth-generation fighters (in terms avionics).
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It is still unclear whether 200 Russian equipment was actually shot from the skies by Ukraine. However, as it happens, it is hard to get accurate data. The Oryx website provides clear evidence that 41 helicopters, 26 drones and 61 aircraft were destroyed.
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Minusrus.com, a website for volunteers, shows that the number of 200 is far from the norm. He also emphasizes that this represents over 60% of all Russian-prepared flying equipment for the invasion, and only 14.5%.