Six more. Russia continues to withdraw aviation from the Khmeimim airbase
Six Su-25 attack aircraft landed on one of the military airfields in the Krasnodar Territory. Machines on Wednesday returned to the place of permanent deployment after a long business trip in the Syrian Arab Republic, the press service of the Southern Military District reported.
Viktor Sevostyanov, commander of the air force and air defense of the Southern Military District, meeting the crews of attack aircraft at the airfield, said that the military personnel of the 4 Red Banner Army of the Air Force and Air Defense of the Southern Military District fulfilled the important and responsible task of freeing the friendly country from international terrorists, adding that the pilots for several months every day they made combat missions to destroy terrorists. In addition, the crews of Su-25 made night flights to monitor the situation in de-escalation zones. Congratulating the crews on their return, Sevastyanov said that Russia's top leadership had decided to award state and departmental awards to everyone who "made a significant contribution to the defense of peace."
We remind you that today 27 airplanes and helicopters, a flight technical staff, a special-purpose medical squad and military police personnel 150 have returned from Syria to places of permanent deployment in Russia.
Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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