A Russian air defense system shot down a Ukrainian MiG-29 fighter during an attempt to attack Russian troops in the Volchansk area

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A Russian air defense system shot down a Ukrainian MiG-29 fighter during an attempt to attack Russian troops in the Volchansk area

Russian air defense in the Volchansk area shot down a Ukrainian MiG-29 fighter that was trying to attack our positions. Russian resources report this.

A MiG-29 fighter of the Ukrainian Air Force was shot down near Volchansk while trying to strike Russian troops. According to the TG channel Mach, the S-300 anti-aircraft complex, located in the Belgorod region, allegedly fired three missiles at once at the plane. In general, the fighter crashed south of the city and is burning out on the ground, the pilots were most likely killed, and there were no parachutes in the sky.



It is clarified that two Ukrainian fighters flying from the direction of the Poltava region took part in the attack on Volchansk; one was shot down, the second escaped. It is possible that the downed fighter previously belonged to the Slovak Air Force, since the day before a former Slovak MiG-29AS with five GBU-39B SDB bombs was spotted near the front line.

Let us recall that last year Slovakia transferred 13 MiG-29AS fighters from its own air force to Ukraine. The planes were transferred to Ukraine in March-April 2023, four under their own power under the control of Ukrainian pilots, the rest by ground transport.

Today, the number of aircraft remaining in the Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces is unknown. While the names of MiG-29 and Su-27 fighters are still flashing in the reports, there are definitely still Su-24 front-line bombers. But we haven’t heard about Su-25 attack aircraft for a long time.
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  1. +9
    27 May 2024 15: 39
    . According to the TG channel Mach, the S-300 anti-aircraft complex, located in the Belgorod region, allegedly fired three missiles at once at the plane.


    According to Mash, three S-400 missiles have been tested, launched from the Belgorod region. The day before, a former Slovak Mig-29AS with GBU-39B SDB bombs was spotted in the area. The pilots of the downed Ukrainian MiG-29 in the Volochansk area were previously killed. According to Mash, two military aircraft were flying towards the DPR from the Poltava region - the first was shot down by our air defense with S-400 missiles, the second managed to fly away.

    https://t.me/mash/54536
    1. +6
      27 May 2024 15: 46
      Continuing the post. They want to fill up Mom’s pie.
      In early May, the SBU announced the detention of two colonels of the State Security Directorate of Ukraine on suspicion of preparing an assassination attempt on Zelensky. Two colonels from the security of Vladimir Zelensky planned the murder of the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Kirill Budanov, The Times reports.

      “His murder was planned using drones and a missile strike,” the material says. As journalists pointed out, the accused were supposed to convey information about the movement of the motorcade of the head of the Main Intelligence Directorate so that they could strike him with a ballistic missile. The SBU claims without evidence that the colonels were allegedly connected with Russia.
      1. +15
        27 May 2024 15: 48
        Quote: OrangeBigg
        They want to ruin mom’s pie.


        If we wanted to fail, we would have failed long ago. Something is wrong here.
        1. +6
          27 May 2024 15: 51
          Budanov may be being molded into a replacement for Zelensky. Zelensky pushed Zaluzhny further away, apparently it was not possible to push Budanov aside and had to take extreme measures, it’s just that the Western intelligence services listening to everything in Ukraine found out in time about the assassination attempt and prevented it. Apparently Budanov will be more accommodating than Zelensky. Yes, and It’s suspicious that at one time there were missile strikes where Zaluzhny was located, and then where Budanov was. The information was leaked to get rid of Zelensky’s possible competitors. I think that this information from The Times is reliable. It seems to be true.
          1. +2
            27 May 2024 22: 17
            Quote: OrangeBigg
            According to the TG channel Mach, the S-300 anti-aircraft system fired at the plane, allegedly with three missiles at once.
            According to Mash, three S-400 missiles were tested,

            Here is what someone in the know writes about such news:
      2. 0
        27 May 2024 16: 31
        Quote: OrangeBigg
        claim that the colonels were allegedly connected with Russia.

        Well, if they say so, it is so. laughing
      3. GGV
        0
        27 May 2024 19: 35
        I don’t feel sorry for “Mom’s pie” at all, but let the drug fuhrer still live and interfere with xox people’s lives.
    2. +8
      27 May 2024 15: 58
      Quote: OrangeBigg
      The pilots of the downed Ukrainian MiG-29 in the Volochansk area were previously killed.

      And how many of them were there, these pilots?
      1. +4
        27 May 2024 16: 00
        No more than two. Mig-29s can be double or single-seat, that is, with one pilot.
        1. +10
          27 May 2024 16: 09
          Well, if we are talking about Slovakia, then the MiG-29AS is a modernized MiG-29A. This is a combat aircraft. There is one cockpit, one pilot, and more than one can’t die.
          The Slovak sparka is the MiG-29UBS.
          1. +3
            27 May 2024 16: 10
            Well, that means they shot down a MiG-29UBS, if we’re talking about pilots.
      2. +6
        27 May 2024 21: 01
        Quote: Neo-9947
        And how many of them were there, these pilots?

        It's the bloggers who are being sophisticated. As A.V. said in such cases. Suvorov to his secretary: “Write more, why feel sorry for them, you bastard!” laughing
  2. +14
    27 May 2024 15: 40
    The operation has been going on for more than two years, and the Ukrainians still have fighters that can take off and land.
    1. +4
      27 May 2024 15: 42
      Quote from: 陈乐为
      The operation has been going on for more than two years, and the Ukrainians still have fighters that can take off and land.
      From the world by thread, naked shirt.
      1. 0
        27 May 2024 18: 12
        Judging by the number of destroyed pilots, there’s not much from the world... Distant star systems of our Galaxy joined in the supplies... By the way, where do they get them, say Su24? They were not supplied to the ATS countries.
        1. +1
          27 May 2024 21: 12
          Quote from: dmi.pris1
          By the way, where do they get, say, Su24? They were not supplied to the ATS countries

          But they were actively supplied to the countries of the Middle East: Algeria, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Libya
        2. 0
          28 May 2024 08: 55
          Judging by the number of destroyed pilots, there is little supply from the world... Distant star systems of our Galaxy have joined in supplies
          Over the past two years, only 127 vehicles were transferred to Ukraine (if we take into account repair kits, apparently the figure will be higher)
          1. -1
            28 May 2024 11: 52
            How many pilots did Konashenkov “shoot down”? In what circle?
    2. +9
      27 May 2024 15: 46
      can take off and land.
      And also refuel and service.
      1. +2
        27 May 2024 15: 56
        Quote: Bolt Cutter
        can take off and land.
        And also refuel and service.

        Well, serving the former Warsaw Pact countries is not a problem.
        1. +7
          27 May 2024 15: 57
          What about refueling? This is not a moped, you can’t fill it with a three-liter bottle. It turns out that all the numerous infrastructure is there and quite alive.
          1. +3
            27 May 2024 16: 03
            Quote: Bolt Cutter
            What about refueling? This is not a moped, you can’t fill it with a three-liter bottle. It turns out that all the numerous infrastructure is there and quite alive.


            Naturally there is. Especially in the west of Ukraine.
          2. +2
            27 May 2024 16: 18
            If the MiG is refueled not only through a frog, then it can be from a three-liter bottle. That is, any gas station will do.
          3. +2
            27 May 2024 16: 32
            Quote: Bolt Cutter
            What about refueling? This is not a moped, you can’t fill it with a three-liter bottle. It turns out that all the numerous infrastructure is there and quite alive.

            This is Soviet aviation, it was originally developed to operate from temporary airfields.
            Roughly speaking, a grader and a roller drove through an open field, and here you have a runway, and fuel and equipment are delivered by trucks.
          4. 0
            27 May 2024 17: 10
            Most likely they are based and serviced at airfields in Poland and Romania. In Ukraine, at best, they refuel.
          5. +1
            27 May 2024 21: 17
            Quote: Bolt Cutter
            What about refueling? This is not a moped; you can’t fill it with a three-liter bottle.

            Well, well, barrels on wheels (fuel tankers) are not a problem at all. You can find them at any airfield, and even at a motor depot too. There would be kerosene.
            1. 0
              28 May 2024 06: 09
              There would be kerosene.
              So this is exactly what we are talking about. You need a lot of kerosene. how it is transported and where it is stored.
              1. 0
                28 May 2024 08: 01
                Quote: Bolt Cutter
                You need a lot of kerosene. how it is transported and where it is stored.

                They have few planes and rarely fly, so they don’t need that much kerosene. And they transport it from Romania by sea and by train. You can store it anywhere, even at the same civilian airfields. And besides airplanes, they have other equipment that is refueled somewhere, which means there are capacities.
      2. +2
        27 May 2024 16: 35
        Quote: Bolt Cutter
        And also refuel and service.

        And not only airplanes, but all equipment.
        1. +1
          27 May 2024 16: 38
          all equipment.
          Equipment... At least fill up with gasoline at civilian gas stations.
          1. -2
            27 May 2024 16: 43
            Quote: Bolt Cutter
            At least fill up with gasoline at civilian gas stations.

            I doubt that planes, tanks, etc. refuel at civilian gas stations.
            1. +6
              27 May 2024 16: 44
              I mean that there is enough fuel for everyone, even civilians. That is, all the infrastructure is in order. And why?
              1. +3
                27 May 2024 16: 50
                Quote: Bolt Cutter
                And why not?

                So, that’s what I’m talking about. WHY!
              2. +5
                27 May 2024 18: 12
                At the beginning of the Northern Military District, the outskirts of the outskirts were closed off, they had multi-kilometer queues at gas stations. The Ukrainian Armed Forces also had big problems with fuel. But then “gestures of goodwill” followed, all the embassies returned to Kyiv and everything was in order with fuel.
                1. +1
                  27 May 2024 21: 45
                  But then “gestures of goodwill” followed, all the embassies returned to Kyiv and everything was in order with fuel.

                  Let me clarify that at first there was a gesture of goodwill near Kiev and the embassies returned in April 2022. Then there was the fuel crisis. And it dissolved in the fall of 2022, when, as part of regroupings and difficult decisions, Kupyansk and Kherson were surrendered.
            2. 0
              27 May 2024 17: 13
              Still, with a tank it is much easier than with an airplane. You need not only fuel, but also a lot of oils and liquids. A tank can be serviced in a barn, but with an airplane it is more difficult.
              1. 0
                27 May 2024 21: 20
                Quote: Vladimir M
                Still, with a tank it is much easier than with an airplane. You need not only fuel, but also a lot of oils and liquids. A tank can be serviced in a barn, but with an airplane it is more difficult.

                All these liquids, as well as the equipment for refilling them, are available at civilian airfields. They don't seem to be particularly touched.
            3. +3
              27 May 2024 19: 35
              I doubt that planes, tanks, etc. refuel at civilian gas stations.

              I don’t know about airplanes, but tanks, self-propelled guns, armored personnel carriers, and all sorts of other wheeled and tracked vehicles can easily be refueled at Rosneft using fuel cards. Come closer to the border and you can feel the epicness of standing in line at a gas station between two armored personnel carriers and a TZM S-300 laughing
              This is very cool, but very long
    3. +1
      27 May 2024 15: 52
      Quote from: 陈乐为
      which can take off and land.

      Our strikes do not hit civilian airfields. That's where they hide them.
    4. +3
      27 May 2024 16: 31
      And there are also pilots willing to risk their lives in the coverage area of ​​our air defense!......
      1. +2
        27 May 2024 18: 22
        But this is precisely what relates to motivation. More precisely, the fake news about the lack of it in the Ukrainian Armed Forces. There is fatigue, of course. But this also applies to our fighters.
        1. +3
          27 May 2024 20: 08
          Quote: Roman Efremov
          And there are also pilots willing to risk their lives in the coverage area of ​​our air defense!......
          Quote from: dmi.pris1
          But this is precisely what relates to motivation. More precisely, a fake about its absence in the Ukrainian Armed Forces
          A lack of motivation is indicated by characters who do not even understand the basics well. psychology of motivation participation in the database As Prigogine said: - we fight with people like us... There is quite a scientific basis for this
    5. 0
      28 May 2024 02: 26
      and the Ukrainians still have fighter jets that can take off and land.

      Slovak... smile
  3. +2
    27 May 2024 15: 46
    It seems our fighters have disappeared from the front line, that the enemy are flying near the hottest spot 10 km from the border
    1. +3
      27 May 2024 15: 50
      that's why they get shot down
    2. +3
      27 May 2024 16: 29
      Someone should give our fighter a command center for the enemy. The enemy mainly flies at ultra-low altitudes. That’s why in this case the second one was able to leave, by the way.

      Our fighters are either at the airfield in readiness, or if in the air, they are clearly trying not to come closer than 30-40 km to the LBS. Because the Patriot can show off. We've already had our fill of this.
      +I am sure that our fighter itself operates without the radar turned on, again for its own safety.
      The enemy lays out routes using hills, hills and so on. So, detecting it at the altitude where it works even for our super-mega radars is an extremely non-trivial task.
      And when the enemy makes a slide in order to work on the target, then our radars have seconds to see him and target him + transmit data to the fighters.
      1. 0
        27 May 2024 18: 52
        In general, it’s difficult to understand why we need such fighters - they don’t catch drones, they fly with the radar turned off, they shoot if someone from the air defense radar tells them, and the air defense itself runs out of missiles
        1. +2
          27 May 2024 20: 18
          Well, go to Lostarmour and look at the helicopters and other drones shot down by our Air Force, maybe you will get the answer to your question.
          1. +2
            27 May 2024 20: 30
            Where can I see what has been hit?
      2. +1
        27 May 2024 19: 20
        Why should our fighters turn off the radar?
        1. +1
          27 May 2024 20: 24
          Probably in order to:
          1. He was not so clearly visible
          2. They couldn’t target him with some kind of rubbish that works against radio-emitting targets
          1. -1
            27 May 2024 20: 31
            What does he see without radar? Waiting for close combat?
            1. +1
              27 May 2024 20: 38
              Please read about the principles of modern air combat somewhere on the Internet. Amers have more than a lot of articles on this topic. And in RuNet too.
              It is not at all necessary to turn on the radar immediately after takeoff in order to understand what is happening in the sky :)
              I can tell you that there are no radars on civilian airliners. But they somehow navigate and know who is flying where. Someone is probably illuminating the situation for them, isn’t it? :)
              1. 0
                27 May 2024 21: 40
                And we finally have a system of interspecies interaction, so that the fighter receives illumination from the ground? I have no doubt that the Americans are fine with this matter, but that our air defense shot down more of our planes in a year than our enemies, this is a fact indicating serious problems. Which seems to have been decided by moving planes away from our air defense, and not by adjusting the interaction of different types of troops
                1. 0
                  28 May 2024 07: 26
                  We finally have a system of interspecies interaction, does the fighter get illumination from the ground?

                  Been there all my life. And from the earth and not from the earth.
                  1. 0
                    28 May 2024 11: 32
                    But I heard that it only exists on paper and the shooting down of a bunch of our planes by our air defense confirms this. Well, or some traitor got into the interaction system
          2. +2
            27 May 2024 20: 37
            What works to study fighter radars? I know only 27EP, but they are only ours, and it seems only on paper, everyone else has not even dealt with the subject of targeting fighter radars.
            1. 0
              27 May 2024 20: 44
              You asked "Why turn it off?" I answered.
              Judging by your comment, part 2 of my answer is understood. Google if you need to find analogues of the one you referred to. We are not alone in ruling here :)
              And there is also point 1 of my answer, which is also important.
              1. +2
                27 May 2024 20: 53
                No need to tell general principles! What exactly can the SVO use on the radar of our fighters? Nothing! Why turn off the radar? They will find out, well, so be it, but they won’t lift anyone into the air. The cover task will be completed.
                1. -1
                  28 May 2024 07: 31
                  No need to tell general principles!

                  Well, you really don’t understand them, since you ask questions like “why wouldn’t a fighter turn on the radar?” :) You really need to read the basics so that there are no such gaps in knowledge.

                  They will find out, well, so be it, but they won’t lift anyone into the air.

                  Yes. Let's abolish camouflage altogether. Why do we need to cover the art with mask nets? If they discover it, well, so be it, but the enemy will be afraid and will not attack.
                  Why do tanks have protective paint? If they find out, well, so be it, but the enemy will run away from their positions.

                  Your own non-detection gives, first of all, security - as long as they don’t see you, it’s difficult to shoot at you. And secondly, it gives you time to be the first to strike if something happens.
                  Read the theory sir :)
                  1. 0
                    28 May 2024 08: 22
                    Again general blah blah! If artillery cannot suppress enemy artillery, then let it hide behind camouflage, that’s its problem, we are talking about fighter aircraft, and ours. And for our fighters, the greatest danger is posed by their active radar detection from the enemy, rather than the mythical reconnaissance detection. Therefore, it is much more important to have on the fighter its own electronic reconnaissance equipment and automatic electronic warfare equipment that covers the required ranges, plus a weapon that will destroy this piece of iron on Earth, called an air defense system.
  4. +3
    27 May 2024 15: 47
    Last year, Slovakia transferred 13 MiG-29AS fighters to Ukraine from its own air force.

    Did the Slovaks also provide pilots?
    1. +6
      27 May 2024 15: 59
      Quote: APASUS
      Last year, Slovakia transferred 13 MiG-29AS fighters to Ukraine from its own air force.

      Did the Slovaks also provide pilots?


      Before the SVO in Ukraine there were dozens of pilots for each plane. I don’t think everyone was driven into the trenches.
      1. 0
        27 May 2024 16: 01
        Quote from kromer
        Before the SVO in Ukraine there were dozens of pilots for each plane. I don’t think everyone was driven into the trenches.

        Where does so much come from? If I remember correctly, then under the USSR, a pilot who had not sat at the helm for 30 days was automatically sent for retraining.
        In Ukraine there were cadets with scabs, not pilots
        1. +5
          27 May 2024 16: 06
          Quote: APASUS
          In Ukraine there were cadets with scabs, not pilots


          These cadets are still people who graduated from flight school. These are not aces, but they still know how to fly a plane. Moreover, you write about peacetime pilots of the USSR, but war always makes its own adjustments. Takeoff and landing in WWII was normal.
          1. +2
            27 May 2024 16: 13
            Quote from kromer
            These cadets are still people who graduated from flight school. These are not aces, but they still know how to fly a plane.

            A simple example. You are not a young man and you have rights, but try to get behind the wheel of a sports Ferrari
            Quote from kromer
            Takeoff and landing in WWII was normal.

            This is the next level of aviation development, it won’t work like that.
            1. +4
              27 May 2024 16: 16
              Quote: APASUS
              A simple example. You are not a young man and you have rights, but try to get behind the wheel of a sports Ferrari


              Be that as it may, Ukraine does not have problems with pilots for Soviet aircraft, it has a problem with aircraft.
          2. +2
            27 May 2024 17: 18
            You remember incorrectly, or rather, you don’t know. Depends on the class of the pilot and types of training. During the break, control flights are carried out with the instructor and Alga, there is no retraining
          3. 0
            27 May 2024 21: 36
            I was drinking once near Bagerovo in the 90s with the pilots in their dispensary on the General Beaches - a couple of people hardly drank - the flights are hot, but we will wake you up so that the barbecue can be prepared for the evening. The result - we sat until dawn - then I went for a swim - I was swimming - a car was driving with headlights on the sea in the distance... I thought - a squirrel was coming towards me, dived and something flew over me and removed the tiled roof from the bar... And there was a cliff and the height difference from zero meters is 30 meters... They were naughty... :-) This means that there are ACs there that can teach... The device was 24th, the pilot was “Afghan”...
        2. +2
          27 May 2024 16: 23
          Well, you compared the USSR and Ukraine :)
          BUT! At the same time, in Ukraine they did not stop training pilots right up to the SVO.
          I even remember once an entire plane with flight cadets crashed there several years ago.
          The quality of these “pilots” is, yes, a huge question mark. But their massiveness does not raise questions :)
        3. +7
          27 May 2024 16: 49
          Quote: APASUS
          In Ukraine there were cadets with scabs, not pilots

          You forget that since 2014 they have been preparing for war for eight years while we were holding negotiations.
  5. +2
    27 May 2024 15: 53
    Let’s assume that over the hill there is still some amount of Soviet/Russian equipment that was sold earlier... not everything has been collected/snacked and sent to the skakuas....
    There will no longer be such an abundance as before, but they can collect and restore something...
    1. +2
      27 May 2024 18: 26
      The F16 will work, they were produced in large numbers. They are in service in many countries. That’s what they are betting on. Retraining a pilot is not a problem. This is not a device based on unknown flight principles
      1. +2
        27 May 2024 18: 33
        Guess, don't guess... we'll see what happens.
        You can raise many nuances and try to figure out what and how will/can happen... why? If/when it happens, then we will see everything and there will be something to speculate about.
  6. +3
    27 May 2024 16: 00
    Quote from: 陈乐为
    The operation has been going on for more than two years, and the Ukrainians still have fighters that can take off and land.

    Hello! They also have airfields from which you can take off fuel and lubricants, weapons and technical personnel. I write without irony.
  7. 0
    27 May 2024 16: 22
    As always, I threw in one channel and off we go. Moreover, serious channels are still silent
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  9. 0
    27 May 2024 17: 11
    What kind of aviation do the Hutsuls have? It is not right. Complete deaviationization.
    1. +2
      27 May 2024 17: 22
      Quote: Sergey Prutkov55
      What kind of aviation do the Hutsuls have? It is not right. Complete deaviationization.


      What do the Moldovans have to do with it?
      1. 0
        27 May 2024 20: 10
        The Hutsuls have no relation to the Moldovans.
  10. +1
    27 May 2024 18: 30
    shot down and good. Well, why advertise that he shot down an air defense missile system from the Belgorod region. Can you please give me the exact coordinates? Maybe it’s enough to give the enemy the technical specifications of weapons, where, how, and with what did they destroy them? Maybe stating the facts will be enough? there is no need to cover the entire chain of actions such as flying out of there, having such characteristics, stuffed with this and that, accompanied by this and so on. all this should be restricted information
  11. 0
    28 May 2024 17: 11
    A Russian air defense system shot down a Ukrainian MiG-29 fighter...

    Still, the Banderlogs appear to have planes from somewhere...
    Ours constantly shoot down the reptiles, but they have new ones...