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The network has a photo of the fallen Su-27 Ukrainian Air Force

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Certain details of the crash of the Su-27 fighter of the Ukrainian Air Force are published in social networks. On the page Facebook There were pictures of the Su-27, which fell on a snow-covered field. Recall that the crash of the Ukrainian fighter occurred last Saturday 15 December. The pilot died.




The plane belonged to the 831-th Guards Tactical Brigade of the Air Forces of Ukraine, which is based in Mirgorod (Poltava region). At least, it is stated in the post. Meanwhile, users say that the Su-27 belonged to another aviation unit of the Ukrainian Air Force, namely the 39 Brigade of the Ukrainian Air Force.



This brigade is based in Ozerny, where the plane fell near the airfield. Ozernoe settlement is located in the Zhytomyr region of Ukraine.



One of the versions related to the cause of the crash is the version of the failure of the aircraft’s on-board systems. In particular, it is said that the pilot stopped receiving accurate data on the height at which the flight was carried out.

From the published photos, it is clear that the Su-27 fighter literally slid across the field. As you can see, there was no complete destruction of the combat vehicle. Thus, we can say that the pilot made efforts to save the car. Official reports on the nature of the flight and the last of his seconds from the command of the Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces are not currently available.
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  1. 210ox
    210ox 17 December 2018 06: 48
    +11
    "Guards" tactical brigade?!? ... The losses are worthless, the glorious name is fucked up ..
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 17 December 2018 07: 00
      +7
      one of the "freshest" aircraft was, only 31 years old ...
      1. StudentVK
        StudentVK 17 December 2018 07: 19
        +6
        Well, maybe) They are still gorlopanat what they say we can do without you, like we have assembled aircraft repair plants, sorted and repaired, we have the Antonov factory so that we ourselves sousam))))
        1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
          Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 17 December 2018 08: 03
          +5
          Well painted airplane. That's the whole repair. Recently, in a joint exercise with the US Air Force, an American pilot was killed on such a well-painted airplane.
          as a result of the crash of a Su-27 fighter of the Ukrainian Air Force, pilot, ATO participant - Major Fomenko Alexander Vasilievich died, the press center of the Air Force command told.
          Fomenko served as head of the air-firing and tactical training of the tactical aviation brigade of the Air Command of the Armed Forces of the Armed Forces of the Armed Forces. In the armed forces - since 1992 of the year. Fomenko is a military pilot of the 1 class, who had experience in piloting the L-39, MiG-29, Su-27. The total flight time is 482 hours, in 2018 year - 45 hours.
          1. krot
            krot 17 December 2018 08: 41
            +17
            Soon they will start buying used F-16s .. So much the worse for them .. The pilot apparently wanted to save the car, and become a hero .. Humanly feel sorry for him, BUT! "minus two" combat units for the Sumerians is a big plus for us and the LPNR.
            1. igorbrsv
              igorbrsv 17 December 2018 09: 11
              +4
              The pilot is definitely a pity. Let the enemy, perhaps. He saved the car. And saved, it turned out
              1. Andrey Yuryevich
                Andrey Yuryevich 17 December 2018 09: 16
                +4
                Quote: igorbrsv
                The pilot is definitely a pity. Let the enemy, perhaps. He saved the car. And saved, it turned out

                but there are spare parts ...
              2. figwam
                figwam 17 December 2018 10: 47
                +3
                Quote: igorbrsv
                The pilot is definitely a pity. Let the enemy, perhaps. He saved the car. And saved, it turned out

                The deceased pilot was a Ukrainian, born in 1975 in the city of Shostka, Sumy Region. He graduated from the HIL Air Force in 1996. He served in the Armed Forces since 1992, during which time he became a first-class military pilot. He mastered such types of aircraft as L-39, MiG-29, Su-27. Fomenko's total flight time was 482 hours, of which 45 hours - only in 2018. A 1st class military pilot was prepared to conduct combat operations in full in the Combat Training Course, as an instructor in simple and difficult meteorological conditions during the day. He took part in the ATO in 2014.
                1. hrych
                  hrych 17 December 2018 12: 30
                  +11
                  Quote: figvam
                  He took part in the ATO in 2014.

                  Well, let's not cry over this man.
                  1. StudentVK
                    StudentVK 17 December 2018 18: 00
                    +4
                    Well, he took part in the ATO ....... And the first flyer with an Amer instructor took part in the ATO. Coincidence? I hope no.
                2. gromoboj
                  gromoboj 17 December 2018 15: 05
                  +5
                  Such an age pilot, almost a pensioner.
                  482 hours flying time in 25 years is strong.
                3. Diverter
                  Diverter 17 December 2018 15: 09
                  +3
                  did take part in the atom ??? high rotting bastard
                4. VO3A
                  VO3A 17 December 2018 19: 43
                  +8
                  These glaciers managed to get out of the KhIL without a raid even on L-39 in 96-99 ... Then they drove them in combat units 2 times a year on L-39 for 10 hours with postscripts so that they had 2 years to go soldering the flight and getting equipment .... Now this obscenity makes up the backbone of the outskirts of the Air Force .. These Svidomites fly on completely faulty and unattended equipment, where weapons systems work only in manual modes, if they work ... Glory to the army itself in the world. ..Hooray...
                5. DLYP05
                  DLYP05 18 December 2018 15: 14
                  0
                  Once participated in the ATO, then do not mind! Fate caught up for the bombing of its own inhabitants!
              3. Nikolay Fedorov
                Nikolay Fedorov 17 December 2018 18: 35
                +5
                Quote: igorbrsv
                The pilot is definitely a pity. Let the enemy, perhaps. He saved the car. And saved, it turned out

                Killed with dignity? Well, well, land to him rest in peace.
                Let the relatives feel sorry for him, but for us he is the enemy. Enemies cannot be spared. If he had not died, then he Unconditionally would fulfill the order of the command to destroy residential areas of Donetsk or Lugansk. And for those who pity the enemies, it would not hurt to remember the faces of our people killed by our enemy pilots.
                Lugansk

                Popasna

                Snowy

                Old Kondrashovka
              4. TermNachTer
                TermNachTer 17 December 2018 20: 41
                +1
                I think I didn’t save it. The glider is badly damaged, it's hard to say something on the engines
              5. LeonidL
                LeonidL 18 December 2018 01: 06
                +2
                Are you joking? Scrap metal full! Not subject to recovery. To land on the belly, you need to have a certain level of training, and not just the desire to become a hero. ... well, maybe posthumously.
            2. Servisinzhener
              Servisinzhener 17 December 2018 12: 44
              +2
              Something I doubt it. Because even a second-hand F-16 costs money + weapons + all kinds of gear to maintain in working order + training for pilots and personnel is a minimum.
          2. Gray brother
            Gray brother 17 December 2018 09: 03
            +13
            Quote: Aristarkh Ludwigovich

            Well painted airplane.

            1. Andrey Yuryevich
              Andrey Yuryevich 17 December 2018 09: 17
              +7
              Quote: Gray Brother
              Quote: Aristarkh Ludwigovich

              Well painted airplane.


              water emulsion ??? belay (and ours don’t give up ... anyway, they declare themselves.)) soldier
          3. Berkut24
            Berkut24 17 December 2018 10: 53
            +4
            Well painted airplane. That's the whole repair.

            It can be seen that the weight of the paint has already outweighed the capabilities of tired engines.
          4. not main
            not main 17 December 2018 23: 37
            +3
            Quote: Aristarkh Ludwigovich
            In the armed forces - since 1992. Fomenko - a military pilot of the 1st class, who had experience in piloting the L-39, MiG-29, Su-27. The total flight time is 482 hours, in 2018 - 45 hours.

            Less than 25 flight hours in 500 years? This is less than 20 hours a year! Yes, he is scared to give 3 grade, but here is the 1st. Although what am I talking about? It is strange that not a sniper or "honored" of the Ukrainian SSR, or whatever? Moreover, it is written about the pilots: "who mastered the L-39, MiG-29, Su-27", but "who had the experience of piloting" is about the cadets of flight schools! Although the cadets can be higher, they learn and master!
            1. LeonidL
              LeonidL 18 December 2018 01: 07
              0
              For Absurdistan - that’s it! First grade ... there, as in school - first comes first ...
      2. Rostislav Prokopenko
        Rostislav Prokopenko 17 December 2018 09: 11
        +5
        And a flight time of 480 hours. 1,5 hours per month on average.
      3. Olgovich
        Olgovich 17 December 2018 10: 33
        +7
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        one of the "freshest" aircraft was, only 31 years old

        So that they ALL fall ....
    2. StudentVK
      StudentVK 17 December 2018 07: 10
      +2
      “By NATO standards”) Not in earnest it is said, you’re already thinking of asking: dear and cowards, and that they also comply with NATO standards))))
      1. figwam
        figwam 17 December 2018 09: 01
        +1
        They write that they came to the landing, but apparently the weather conditions created a problem for the pilot, the nozzles from the strike flew forward.
    3. loki565
      loki565 17 December 2018 13: 40
      +2
      Incidentally, not this su 27, then his left engine failed, the pilot pulled the car to the brink.
      1. figwam
        figwam 17 December 2018 23: 26
        0
        Quote: loki565
        Incidentally not this su 27

        When I posted this video to the topic, then in 5 minutes the moderators deleted it, for a mate.
  2. Andrea
    Andrea 17 December 2018 06: 50
    +2
    It didn’t explode, it didn’t catch fire, it was strange. Was it fuel? what
    1. spec.78
      spec.78 17 December 2018 07: 05
      +9
      Apparently there was a hard landing. The pilot could very well catapult. The question is why he did not. The cockpit is not destroyed, judging by the photo, why did the pilot die?
      1. universe1
        universe1 17 December 2018 08: 09
        +4
        High vertical speed.
        1. Mountain shooter
          Mountain shooter 17 December 2018 08: 26
          +1
          Then something would fly off. The chassis was demolished, and rolled on his belly ... It is not clear why the pilot died.
          1. Andrey Yuryevich
            Andrey Yuryevich 17 December 2018 10: 38
            0
            Quote: Mountain Shooter
            It is not clear why the pilot died.

            who will survive from such a blow to the ground?
            1. spec.78
              spec.78 18 December 2018 18: 32
              0
              There was no strong blow. Look at the cabin, almost undeformed
      2. Incvizitor
        Incvizitor 17 December 2018 12: 15
        +1
        Perhaps a catapult malfunction in the same place for a long time did not care.
    2. StudentVK
      StudentVK 17 December 2018 07: 07
      +4
      It’s probably that he’s picking up spare parts, but it’s one thing to shake his tongue about “bought from the American brothers F15” and it’s something else to somehow maintain the condition of the aircraft in service. And note. Russia has not yet come to war, and they half-flew a missile, and one-eighth of the fighters were hacked))) themselves)
      1. kit88
        kit88 17 December 2018 14: 27
        +3
        Quote: StudentVK
        Spare parts from him probably pick up

        There is such an unwritten rule.
        Nothing, neither a block, nor a screw, nor a piece of backing can be put on board after a disaster on other aircraft.
        1. StudentVK
          StudentVK 17 December 2018 17: 54
          0
          Honestly not a flyer, I don’t know this) And it’s sarcasm, because they can’t repair normally fighter aircraft (and attack aircraft, etc.) without us. All that was given by the union was overlooked, but they are not part of cooperation with us. These are the things! There are nowhere to take new airplanes “for so much”, and when an airplane (fighter) crashes, it is not possible to replace it with a new one, or at least a decent one. I don’t understand this, not my profile, so if you didn’t say something correctly, correct it)
        2. TermNachTer
          TermNachTer 17 December 2018 20: 43
          0
          This is not about Ukraine
      2. Diverter
        Diverter 17 December 2018 15: 14
        +1
        they like to blame our GDP for everything, I won’t be surprised if they say in the news that it’s his fault and the whole RF helped him))))))))))
        1. parkello
          parkello 17 December 2018 17: 04
          0
          I saw the GDP with my own eyes, it’s loaded like a pilot directly into a nyundik from a slingshot .. he lost contact with the earth and as a result a catastrophe happened ... yes, yes, yes ... and by the way I’m the daughter of an officer laughing and everything is not so clear there)
    3. spec.78
      spec.78 17 December 2018 07: 07
      +1
      In the photo there are traces of fire in the tail, but the fire is small. There are a lot of questions
      1. Gray brother
        Gray brother 17 December 2018 08: 20
        +10
        Quote: spec.78

        In the photo there are traces of fire in the tail,

        There, in my opinion, the engines in front lay around - vomited. They are now working out flights at ultra-low altitude in order to overcome air defense.
        One less killer.
  3. sgr291158
    sgr291158 17 December 2018 06: 57
    -3
    Clearly, the spy loosen the lock nut.
  4. Comrade Beria
    Comrade Beria 17 December 2018 06: 58
    +1
    A working catapult gave great chances for salvation. If not huge.
  5. Alex_59
    Alex_59 17 December 2018 07: 06
    +6
    Judging by the photographs in which the fog is clearly visible, the version with the failure of the altimeter is logical. He flew in clouds, lost orientation, the height displayed is false - as he flew, so he flopped on the field. I did not catapult because I did not expect the earth - I thought it was flying higher. Therefore, there were no explosions, fires or other trash. Would not fly over the steppe - there would be fireworks.
    1. Hagalaz
      Hagalaz 17 December 2018 07: 47
      +3
      Think logically. But I would assume that the pilot was still trying to land the car. I think the first touch of the ground was the back part, hence the small fire (remember how our Su30 was in Le Bourge). And also, pay attention, the Sushki family has a "humped" profile and a nose, with a horizontal flight it is somewhat directed downward. If I flopped down as it flew, the fairing would collapse first, and in the photo it is intact. Something like this, I think. hi
    2. kit88
      kit88 17 December 2018 09: 02
      +3
      The A-035 radio altimeter is very reliable as a Kalashnikov assault rifle. According to experience for 10 years in the regiment there was not a single refusal. Unlike some kind of ARC, which soars brains on every flight somewhere.
      I'm certainly not a pilot, but in my opinion - there is an unsuccessful attempt to make an emergency landing.
      1. kit88
        kit88 17 December 2018 09: 19
        +2
        Although rather this is not an emergency landing. If they write
        performed a planned flight. At about 15-00 local approach time fighter crashed

        Fog. I went below the glide path.
        We had such a case 1 .10. 1997. The deputy commander and the commander in continuous fog also crashed when approaching. .
      2. Alex_59
        Alex_59 17 December 2018 09: 41
        0
        Quote: kit88
        The A-035 radio altimeter is very reliable as a Kalashnikov assault rifle.

        The Ukrainian army is such a Ukrainian))) There may be something that cannot be in principle.
        Although the emergency landing version is also realistic.
  6. faiver
    faiver 17 December 2018 07: 23
    +2
    oh well cho expose it, show me the air force where the planes do not fall ...
    1. Charik
      Charik 17 December 2018 08: 17
      -10
      Yes, and someone unions drops and nothing
  7. ANCIENT
    ANCIENT 17 December 2018 07: 30
    0
    '' suitable for non-combatant '' lol - just like a museum exhibit. and in general it’s already scrap metal, because there is a glider break behind the cockpit. it is senseless and expensive to restore it.
    1. A.
      A. 17 December 2018 08: 32
      +1
      You can straighten, paint, stick new autonomous engines and it will be almost like new.
  8. svp67
    svp67 17 December 2018 07: 32
    +2
    Thus, we can say that the pilot made efforts to save the car.
    He saved his life. And here it is obvious that there was a hard contact with the ground on the glide path, he skewed like Su and demolished the air intakes.
  9. Pete mitchell
    Pete mitchell 17 December 2018 07: 56
    +3
    Here in another thread NIKN expressed the idea of ​​hooliganism, very similar to the truth. He was not preparing for landing, but for a crime
    1. Rushnairfors
      Rushnairfors 17 December 2018 09: 22
      +5
      Rete hi, I do not think I was a bully, look how it lies! If I fired from a dive (loop), then either I would have buried myself or fell apart completely from the impact, on a bend, if I had "buried myself", I would also have hooked my wing and off we go! And then the plane is intact (well, it is clear that it cannot be restored), it seems that along the glide path, the feather is from a vertical 4-6 m / s, in the SMU I missed the control over the altitude and a touch occurred from the same vertical, well, then I caught a groove (speed then hoo 350-370) the racks broke and caught fire
      1. Rushnairfors
        Rushnairfors 17 December 2018 09: 25
        +5
        It is very similar to the story with Su24 in Mozdok, when the NPL commander fell on a glide path and he climbed after him, well, they sat in a field with a high Ny, lashed accordingly, it’s very similar
      2. Pete mitchell
        Pete mitchell 17 December 2018 17: 37
        +1
        hi Greetings, I just returned. It’s not cool, but at such a distance from the strip at such a height - he had nothing to do there. If this is a tough SMU, then all the more a violation. Even if this is a refusal, then he was mistaken very, very ...
  10. Wedmak
    Wedmak 17 December 2018 07: 59
    0
    And what is it in front of the plane lying, judging by the form - engines ???? How so? The whole front part is broken off, but the keels are standing, a small fire ... a strange landing. He also rode across the field with his belly. It’s not at all clear.
  11. DrVintorez
    DrVintorez 17 December 2018 08: 11
    +9
    The newest su-27 air force of Ukraine turned out to be older than Ukraine itself. paradox...
  12. maksbazhin
    maksbazhin 17 December 2018 08: 19
    0
    Kerosene is over?
  13. askort154
    askort154 17 December 2018 08: 38
    +3
    Strange, in the photo - the cabin is intact, the lamp is open, the pilot sits in place, even his head is in an upright position, as if alive.
    The second photo is also impressive - a completely empty (dead) airfield. Not a single airplane parked.
    Only a small dump (top left). A terrible picture of the remains of the USSR.
  14. BAI
    BAI 17 December 2018 09: 08
    +2
    I hope the plane cannot be restored.
  15. Hey
    Hey 17 December 2018 09: 15
    +1
    Most likely icing occurred. When I was in one of the aircraft parts, the L-39 was lost in the same weather, there was a flight for reconnaissance of weather conditions, during landing, icing occurred, it fell just as it did not reach the landing strip for about three kilometers, it almost did not collapse between the drives, true pilot survived only serious injuries.
  16. prior
    prior 17 December 2018 09: 54
    +1
    In the photo I do not see a plane, in the photo I see Ukraine.
    What is called reached, arrived, swam, flew .....
  17. Ros 56
    Ros 56 17 December 2018 10: 16
    0
    Well, it has been said dozens of times: don’t get into the unit, don’t bother it to work. And here's the result. Well, how not to remember the classic "Born to crawl, cannot fly".
  18. Elephant
    Elephant 17 December 2018 12: 27
    +1
    Ukro-pilot wanted to become a hero, did not jump out and until the last fought to save the plane, he probably really wanted to participate in the punitive mission of banderlogs in the Donbass ...
  19. bober1982
    bober1982 17 December 2018 13: 06
    +2
    With such a total flight and flying time for a year as a deceased pilot, having a first-class pilot's flight qualification is just something, in such cases, the debriefing begins with the one who appropriated it and how it is generally possible.
    1. Pete mitchell
      Pete mitchell 17 December 2018 22: 22
      +1
      Dear, you are asking questions that 404th prosecutors should ask, I think we will never hear them. It's a pity of course, but we will not worry
  20. Jubilee
    Jubilee 17 December 2018 13: 07
    0
    ruin condition indicator
  21. Old warrior
    Old warrior 17 December 2018 14: 08
    +1
    Here it’s not a pity, let them all die there.
  22. Victorio
    Victorio 17 December 2018 14: 09
    0
    pulled the car, a real pilot
    1. bober1982
      bober1982 17 December 2018 14: 11
      +1
      Maybe the car itself pulled, who knows.
    2. Pete mitchell
      Pete mitchell 17 December 2018 22: 26
      +2
      What do you mean? Where did you draw? He should not have been there. Was the cadet example contagious? The young man was lucky that he remained alive. 'Heroes are loved only by the dead, no one needs the living' - old aviation wisdom
      1. Victorio
        Victorio 17 December 2018 23: 35
        0
        Quote: Pete Mitchell
        What do you mean? Where did you draw? He should not have been there.

        ====
        What are you talking about? dead pilot in the cockpit or not?
        1. Pete mitchell
          Pete mitchell 18 December 2018 01: 17
          +2
          I mean that at this distance from the strip and in this place neither he nor the plane should have been.
  23. iouris
    iouris 17 December 2018 16: 58
    0
    What has fallen is gone. We have a statistical unit. Only statistics knows u. In aviation, it is not customary to guess at the forums about the causes of specific aircraft accidents. Let the commission understand. Hint: look for a malfunction where you climbed (even if it’s the brain, brain or spinal cord).
  24. Holsten
    Holsten 17 December 2018 19: 11
    +2
    I see the plane of the enemy crashed - for some reason I do not feel sorrow.