Ukraine's SBU damages Russian Su-27 fighter jet sitting on tarmac at Russian airfield


A Russian Su-27 fighter jet was damaged in an SBU attack on the Kushchyovskaya military airfield in Russia's Krasnodar Krai on May 19, the Astra Telegram channel claimed.

The airfield's infrastructure was also damaged in the attack.

At least three missiles evaded Russian air defenses and struck the airfield, leading to a blaze, Astra claimed.

SBU drones attacked the Kushchyovskaya military airfield and the Slovyansk oil refinery in Russia’s Krasnodar Krai overnight on May 19.

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The airfield attack was carried out jointly by Ukraine's SBU Security Service and the Ukrainian Unmanned Systems Forces, NV reported, citing its sources.

Russians complained about a series of explosions and a fire on the Internet.

Dozens of different planes used to attack Ukraine are deployed at the airfield, including the Su-34, Su-25, Su-27, and MiG-29 fighter jets.

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