The loss of the A-50 detection and command plane, which the Ukrainian military on Monday announced had been destroyed earlier in the day over the Sea of Azov, could lead Russian forces to review the way they use the type of device. Intelligence Services of the British Ministry of Defence.
“On January 14, 2024, a Russian A-50 Mainstay aircraft, an airborne detection and control aircraft, apparently exploded and then crashed into the West Sea of Azov. Meanwhile, a Russian Il-22M Coot-B aircraft was damaged but landed at a nearby Russian airfield.They remember theirs Daily update on conflict.
“It is noteworthy that Ukraine was able to target the A-50 mainstay. It seems that Russia will now be forced to reconsider the delimitation of the operational zones of its aircraft. The A-50 is indispensable for Russian aerial surveillance on the battlefield. The Russian Air Force has eight examples of the A-50, which will help to cope with the immediate operational consequences. .However, the increased pressure on the remaining aircraft, combined with the loss of personnel, will reduce the reliability of the mission in the long run.Add intelligence services.
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