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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Russian Su-33 Fighter Jets Hold Drills Over Barents Sea

Su-33 Flanker-DRussian fighter pilots have held tactical training exercises using air-to-air missiles over the Barents Sea, the head of Russian Defense Ministry's Northern Fleet's press service said Tuesday.

"Tactical flight exercises using air-to-air missiles were held by pilots from the Northern Fleet's carrier-based fighter aviation regiment. The training was held in a military range for fighter readiness of Naval aviation over the Barents Sea. Several Su-33 [Flanker-D] fighters made several dozen flights," Capt. 1st Rank Vadim Serga said.

Earlier this month, Russian Su-33 fighter jet pilots from the Northern Fleet carried out exercises on target interception and air combat.

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