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They may change tactics, but they will not stop: Khortytsia operational-strategic group explained how the massive losses of aircraft will affect the Russian army

Occupants may reduce the number of air strikes per day

On Saturday, March 2, the Ukrainian military shot down another Russian Su-34 aircraft. Although the enemy still has plenty of other aircraft, these losses are forcing it to change its tactics.

This opinion was expressed by the head of the press service of the Khortytsia military unit Ilia Yevlash during TV marathon. He noted that although the Russians have lost many aircraft, they do not stop using tactical aircraft at the front.

At the same time, the occupiers can change their tactics and reduce the number of air strikes per day.

"They can change their tactics, the number of air strikes per day. They can change the type of aircraft, for example, use more outdated Su-25 or army aircraft. But of course, they do not stop there and continue to strike at our positions... Our task is to make the conditions of use as unpleasant as possible," Yevlash said.

As a reminder, on March 2, the Ukrainian military fired anti-aircraft guided missiles at two enemy Su-34 and Su-35 aircraft. As a result, a Su-34 fighter-bomber was shot down.

On March 1, the Air Force destroyed another Russian Su-34. Ukrainian partisans discovered the crash site near Mariupol. In the war against Ukraine, the occupiers have already lost 38 such aircraft.

Ukrainian Air Force spokesman Yurii Ihnat said that the Air Force has received additional tools that allowed it to shoot down Russian aircraft more often. According to him, the loss of aviation has become a serious psychological blow to the Russian pilots.

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