Two Russian SU-25 ground attack aircraft are shown taking off from an airbase in Hmeimim, Syria in an image taken from video posted Tuesday on the Russian Defense Ministry website.
Two Russian SU-25 ground attack aircraft are shown taking off from an airbase in Hmeimim, Syria in an image taken from video posted Tuesday on the Russian Defense Ministry website. Russian Defense Ministry Press Service AP
Two Russian SU-25 ground attack aircraft are shown taking off from an airbase in Hmeimim, Syria in an image taken from video posted Tuesday on the Russian Defense Ministry website. Russian Defense Ministry Press Service AP

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