Russian Su-57 Felon Damaged By A Ukrainian Drone Strike 600 km From The Front | Aviation

Satellite image showing the Su-57 pre and post-attack (Image credit: GRU)

In a first, a Russian 5th gen. fighter was hit at Akhtubinsk airfield in Astrakhan Oblast. The damage has been confirmed by Russian sources too.

Ukraine’s GUR, the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine, also known in English as the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine, announced to have hit a Su-57 Felon of the Russian Aerospace Forces.

The attack was carried out on June 8, 2024, and the Su-57 was hit while parked on the apron of Akhtubinsk airfield (home of the test-flight center of the Russian Aerospace Forces) in the Astrakhan region of the Russian Federation, located 589 kilometers from the front.

Satellite images were also release showing a comparison between the Su-57 on June 7 and June 8: the post-attack image shows what the Intelligence service says are small craters caused by the explosions and the characteristic scorch marks on the pavement caused by the heat and flames from the explosion.


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