Two airplanes and a helicopter blown up at an airfield near Moscow, where government ships are based: Putin's military is hysterical
On September 18, there was an explosion in the Russian suburbs that led to two airplanes and one helicopter being significantly damaged. They were parked at the airfield where government aircraft like "doomsday" and "reconnaissance" models are based.
This was reported by the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine. It is noted that the incident caused considerable hysteria in the highest military corridors of the Russian Federation, blaming saboteurs for everything (to see the photo, scroll to the end).
According to Ukrainian Intelligence, it was the Chkalovsky airfield, which is closely guarded. However, unknown people managed to plant explosives there and blow up three aircraft.
In particular, Russian AN-148 and IL-20 aircraft (both belonging to the 3540th Special Forces Aviation Regiment), as well as an MI-28N helicopter, which Russia had previously actively used to shoot down attack drones over the Moscow region, were damaged.
"The damage to the aircraft will not allow for counting on their quick recovery. The helicopter's tail section was damaged by the explosion. Another AN-148, which was parked alongside the others, sustained minor damage," the DIU said.
It is known that a group of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation is currently actively investigating the sabotage at Chkalovsky airfield. Ukraine's Intelligence says that the aggressor country's punitive authorities are searching for unknown saboteurs, having imposed restrictions on the dissemination of information about the unpleasant event in the media.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, on September 20, a Su-34 bomber crashed in Russia. The crash occurred during an alleged training flight in the Voronezh region. The crew reportedly managed to eject.