Su-34, Su-35 and Su-57 use US-made EW components, MiG-29 not
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by Boyko Nikolov
13h ago
Components of three American companies have been found in critical systems of Russian Su-27, Su-30, Su-34, Su-35 and even Su-57 fighter jets, Ukraine claims. The post Su-34, Su-35 and Su-57 use US-made EW components, MiG-29 not first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Pantsir-S1 intended for export to Iraq was seen in East Ukraine
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by Boyko Nikolov
16h ago
Evidence has emerged suggesting the deployment of Russian Pantsir-S1 systems, originally designated for export to Iraq, within the Russian army in Ukraine. The post Pantsir-S1 intended for export to Iraq was seen in East Ukraine first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Russia deploys US HE M106 shells, suspicions of Iranian link
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by Boyko Nikolov
21h ago
Ukrainian sources claim that the HE M106 shell was captured on camera, ready to be fired by the Russian military through a 2S7 Pion Self-Propelled Howitzer. The post Russia deploys US HE M106 shells, suspicions of Iranian link first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Two Japanese SH-60K anti-sub warfare choppers collided in mid-air
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by Boyko Nikolov
23h ago
Two SH-60K anti-submarine helicopters operated by the Japan Naval Self-Defense Force crash near Torishima Island, approximately 600 kilometers from Tokyo. The post Two Japanese SH-60K anti-sub warfare choppers collided in mid-air first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Greece considers Rafael’s SPYDER anti-aircraft system offer
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by Boyko Nikolov
23h ago
Representatives from the Israeli Rafael Advanced Defense Systems [RADS], attended a strategic meeting with the General Staff of the Air Force, or GEA, in Athens The post Greece considers Rafael’s SPYDER anti-aircraft system offer first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Iran expects delivery of the first Su-35 batch sometime next week
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by Boyko Nikolov
1d ago
Iran is anticipating the arrival of the first batch of Su-35 Flanker fighters slated for delivery next week. This information has been reported by Khabar Online The post Iran expects delivery of the first Su-35 batch sometime next week first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Living in denial: Moscow refuses to confront downed Tu-22 realities
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by Boyko Nikolov
2d ago
Russian Tu-22M3 strategic bomber fell from the sky in the Stavropol region of Russia. The four crew members ejected as the rear engine was engulfed in flames. The post Living in denial: Moscow refuses to confront downed Tu-22 realities first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Turkish KAAN: Second prototype nears completion, flight tests next
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by Boyko Nikolov
2d ago
Avionot.com, a Turkish source, reports that the assembly of the second TAI KAAN fighter prototype, a product of local industry, is nearing its final stages. The post Turkish KAAN: Second prototype nears completion, flight tests next first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Airborne refueling boosts MiG-31I range, poses threat to NATO bases
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by Boyko Nikolov
2d ago
The MiG-31I, an enhanced version of the Russian Aerospace Forces' MiG-31 Foxhound, has been fitted with a significant addition that allows in-flight refueling. The post Airborne refueling boosts MiG-31I range, poses threat to NATO bases first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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Russian bomber crashed after firing a Kh-22 missile over Odesa
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by Boyko Nikolov
3d ago
In a recent incident on April 19, 2024, a Russian Tu-22M3 strategic bomber crashed, as shown in videos circulated by both Ukrainian and Russian sources. The post Russian bomber crashed after firing a Kh-22 missile over Odesa first appeared on BulgarianMilitary.com ..read more
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