The crews of the latest Su-35S fighter jets of the Western Military District practiced conducting highly maneuverable air combat
In Karelia, pilots of the fighter aviation regiment of the Leningrad air defence and air force of the Western Military District have practiced highly maneuverable air combat.
The crews of the latest Su-35S fighter jets, after taking off from the home airfield, worked out techniques for conducting air combat, intercepting and defeating manned and unmanned vehicles, as well as avoiding the attack of mock enemy fighters.
In addition, during the tasks, the pilots worked out interaction with anti-aircraft missile and radio engineering units of the Leningrad air defence and air force, piloting along a given route and avoiding mock enemy weapons, as well as air navigation issues.
Tactical maneuvers were performed at high, low and extremely low altitudes.