Moscow denies seven Russian warplanes destroyed in Syria
The Russian Defense Ministry issued a statement Thursday which called the reports of seven jets being destroyed at Khmeimim air base in Syria “fake news.” The statement said that two Russian military personnel had been killed in a mortar attack on the base which was confirmed to have taken place on Dec. 31.
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Really? The Russian government is to be believed? These aircraft don’t look quite airworthy.
one damaged aircraft stabilizer does not seven destroyed aircraft make….
The only way to be sure, is to nuke the airfield from orbit 🙂