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Interesting video (with Funny Random Putin’s Memes) features RuASF Aircraft Type and Size 3D Comparison

by Dario Leone
Interesting video (with Funny Random Putin’s Memes) features RuASF Aircraft Type and Size 3D Comparison

The clip features random little memes of Putin, bare chested on horseback, or fishing, etc. to show RuASF aircraft scale.

The interesting video in this post features Russian Air and Space Force (RuASF) Aircraft Type and Size 3D Comparison.

Here’s the list of the aircraft featured in the clip:

TRAINER

TRANSPORT

  • Mil Mi-8 Antonov
  • An-148 Antonov
  • An-26 Antonov
  • An-18 Ilyushin
  • Il-76 Ilyushin
  • Il-96-300PU
  • Antonov An-22
  • Antonov An-124

RECONNAISSANCE/PATROL

  • Antonov An-30
  • Myasishchev M-55
  • Tupolev Tu-214
  • Ilyushin Il-20
Interesting video (with Funny Random Putin’s Memes) features RuASF Aircraft Type and Size 3D Comparison
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ELECTRONIC WARFARE

  • Antonov An-12PP
  • Ilyushin Il-22PP

COMMAND & CONTROL

  • Ilyushin Il-22M
  • Ilyushin Il-82
  • Beriev A-50 Ilyushin
  • Il-80

TANKER

  • Ilyushin Il-78

ATTACK

  • Kamov Ka-27
  • Kamov Ka-50
  • Kamov Ka-52
  • Mil Mi-24/35
  • Mil Mi-28

BOMBER

  • Tupolev Tu-22M
  • Tupolev Tu-95
  • Tupolev Tu-160

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MULTIROLE

The clip also features random little memes of Putin, bare chested on horseback, or fishing, etc. to show scale.

Noteworthy as you can see in the footage the Sukhoi Su-25 and Su-24 are clearly missing.

RuASF retains great capabilities for both defensive and offensive operations.

RuASF is and will be the most important component of any joint operations of armed forces and its growing capabilities are toward meeting requirements of contemporary battlefields.

The current numbers in the RuASF represent a considerable overhaul of the quality of the aircraft deployed, though the overall numbers of combat aircraft continue to decrease overall. In 1991, the Soviet Union featured nearly 5,000 combat aircraft. By 2017, the Russian Federation possessed 1,046.

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