Russia recognized the loss of the Ka-52, the cost of which reaches $16 million: the cause was attributed to "weather conditions"
Russian sources reported that the Ka-52 Alligator helicopter, which crashed in the morning of September 1, fell into the Sea of Azov. This happened allegedly due to difficult meteorological conditions.
According to preliminary data from the Russian media, there were two pilots on board, but the occupants managed to survive. "They were evacuated during the rescue operation," one of the propaganda Telegram channels said.
The helicopter crashed about 1.5 km from the coastline in the waters of the Sea of Azov.
The media of the aggressor country named weather conditions as the cause of the crash - there was heavy fog in that area on the morning of September 1.
We shall remind you that on September 1, the propagandists of the aggressor country reported that the Russian Armed Forces had lost a Ka-52 attack aircraft. It was stated that it happened during a flight in non-combat conditions.
The cost of one Alligator to the enemy army is estimated at about $16 million.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- The General Staff of Ukraine on the morning of September 4 reported that the Russian Federation has lost 316 helicopters during the entire time of the full-scale invasion.
- How much other equipment and living force of the enemy eliminated the Defense Forces, read at the link.