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    Re: Su-34 Tactical Bomber: News

    Post  JohninMK on Tue May 23, 2017 10:01 pm

    PapaDragon wrote:
    JohninMK wrote:Is that a fuel tank on the centreline?

    Yes. Long trip from Novosibirsk.
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    Post  marcellogo on Wed May 24, 2017 5:01 pm

    kopyo-21 wrote:
    Actually the SVP-24 complex of Gefest & T does nothing to improve or enhance the radar and the optronic targeting system of aircarft it is equipped in.

    On the Su-24Ms and Tu-22M3s, the SVP-24 complexes simply provide:

    1. Improve the awareness situation of targets/battlefield  by converting radar signal to video signal and display the video images on TV or/and MFD or/and HUD, help both pilot and weapon controller see the same things. The images taken from radar can overlap with what to be seen through optronic targeting system or/and digital mapping.

    2. Improve the awareness situation of aircraft's motion/coordinates by KENS that to be done by inertial navigation, radio navigation, GPS/Glonass navigation integrates with aircaft's radar/optronic targeting system.

    3. Onboard mission programming and ammunition ballistic caculation computers.

    4. Data input/output devices.

    5. Air data store.

    6. Communication/data exchanged and transfered with ground force.

    7. Ground base mission programming, analysis and training computers.

    They all above help the aircrafts with SVP-24 Gefest gain very high effectiveness/accuracy when destroying targets by dumb bombs and unguided rockets.
    Wow, it does also make coffee?
    Joking but look that what you are descriving there with "simply'' is actually a whole lot of things:

    1. is sensor fusion .i.e. something very, very modern as a concept, that F-35 'murican fanboiz continously keep bragging about.
    2. is situational awareness,  above cited fanboiz literally crazy with it.
    6. is also something of the same league of NATO link 16, they doesn't literally move a step without it.
    3. is the thing that provide this sensational enhance in precision using unguided bombs, westeners still can't just mentally cope with it...
    the rest are useful trimmings in an already first class package.
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    Re: Su-34 Tactical Bomber: News

    Post  medo on Sun Jun 25, 2017 5:52 pm



    Here we have a TV Picture from Platan in Su-34. On the left side TV in cirillic was marked, but under it is writen TP in cirillic. Anyone know if TP is for thermal im aging channel? In Russian TP could be for "teplovisiony kanal".
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    Re: Su-34 Tactical Bomber: News

    Post  AMCXXL on Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:12 pm

    George1 wrote:
    franco wrote:3 more Su-34's delivered. One to Morozovsk to complete it's change over while other 2 to Lipetsk to commence training for the next unit to convert. Makes a total of 71 delivered out of 124 on order.
    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/1600652.html


    From this same topic, page 16

    George1 wrote:Visit to NAPO
    According to Myasnikov, the Su-34 was the first post-Soviet military aircraft formally accepted into the inventory by the government on  20 March 2014.  The contract for what was initially the Su-27IB was signed in 1989.

    A pre-series airframe flew for the first time on 18 December 1993.  It flew as the Su-32FN at the Paris Air Show in 1995.

    In 2003, the MOD decided to put the Su-34 into experimental use.  The year 2006 brought a contract for five Su-34 to be delivered in 2007-2009.

    However, Myasnikov notes that the Novosibirsk Aviation Production Association (NAPO) named for V. P. Chkalov was in a pathetic state at the time:
    “The state hadn’t ordered new aircraft, assembly shops were empty.  The company survived on account of consumer goods, making instruments, steel doors, etc.  Suffice it to say that now in the final assembly shop of 250 workers only 5 are veterans still having Soviet experience.”

    Literally on its knees, he says, the factory re-trained workers and assembled one aircraft per year.

    Then, in 2008, came the contract for 32 Su-34s by 2013, and a follow-on for 92 by 2020.

    https://russiandefpolicy.blog/2014/05/24/visit-to-napo/

    Then the total number contracted is 129 airplanes



    George1 wrote:
    ult wrote:

    BMPD reports that there were 6 though. And that 08 is there as well. So that makes it 20 this year I guess.

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2095335.html

    the article says:

    With the transfer of six VKS Russian bombers August 30, 2016 the total number of Su-34, handed over all contracts, including seven experimental and pre-production samples reached 92 units.

    so we we have 85 in service (altough i have counted 87 with my calculations)

    Why do you count the prototypes?
    Those are not part of the estructure of VVS and the majority are out of service


    The graphic is not exact with the first airplanes of series handed over, and also in 2014 was handed over 2 more of planning
    http://www.sukhoi.mariwoj.pl/su-30-ru-32.htm
    T10V-1  #00-01   1990   Nº42  Retired > https://farm1.staticflickr.com/520/20318953961_68b94369e4_o.jpg
    T10V-2  #00-02   1993   Nº43  Retired > https://farm1.staticflickr.com/409/20304529182_c4ee36e74f_o.jpg
    T10V-4  #00-03   1996   Nº44  Retired > https://farm1.staticflickr.com/274/19691952083_ebd013fb09_o.jpg
    T10V-5  #01-01   1994   Nº45  Retired > https://russianplanes.net/images/to137000/136629.jpg
    T10V-6  #01-02   1997   Nº46  Not used. Parked at Voronezh-University Aeronautical Engineering > https://farm1.staticflickr.com/367/19691950473_77146044c5_o.jpg
    T10V-7  #01-04   2000   Nº47  Zhukovsky > https://russianplanes.net/images/to164000/163478.jpg
    T10V-8  #01-05   2003   Nº48  Zhukovsky > https://russianplanes.net/images/to40000/039575.jpg
    (T10V-3 Static test airframe)
    T10V-9  #01-06  Nº49  Transformed into the first plane of series >> Akhtubinsk Nº 01

    #01-06 Nº01 and #01-07 Nº02 was handed over at the end of 2006
    https://ria.ru/analytics/20061218/57085878.html
    Su-34 flies to the tropos  18.12.2006
    Last week, the commander-in-chief of the Russian Air Force, Army General Vladimir Mikhailov, General Director of the Sukhoi aviation holding company Mikhail Pogosyan and the General Director of the Novosibirsk Aviation Production Association named after Chkalov, Fedor Zhdanov signed an act on the transfer of the first two serial multifunctional fighters- Bombers Su-34.


    The other three planes of the first contract: #02-01 Nº03 , #02-02 Nº04 & #02-03 Nº05 was handed over about one per year
    Nº01 and Nº03 are now at Akhtubinsk and Nº02 , Nº04 , Nº05 are at Lipestk

    The first airplane of the 32 contract , #02-04 Nº06 was handed over in 2010 and today is in 47 BAP
    The first airplane of the 92 contract , #05-03 Nº08 of Morozovsk was handed over in december 2013

    Production:
    2 in 2006: 1 Akhtubinsk , 1 Lipetsk
    1 in 2007: Akhtunisnk
    1 in 2008: Lipetstk
    1 in 2009: Lipetsk
    4 in 2010: Voronezh
    6 in 2011: Voronezh
    10 in 2012: Vorónezh
    14 in 2013: 4 Vorónezh , 1 Akhtubinsk , 9 Morozovsk
    18 in 2014: 17 Morozovsk , 1 Akhtubinsk
    18 in 2015: 10 Morozovsk , 8 Lipetsk
    16 in 2016: Khurba
    16 in 2017: 8 Khurba , 8 ??
    Total:
    91 at the end of 2016
    99 now (october 2017)
    107 at the end of 2017

    Then 22 are pending for 2018 and the begining of 2019

    Nº28 of Vorónezh is being repaired at Novosibirsk plant.
    Nº 11 Lipestk get Nº32 and send Voronezh for complete regiment

    By airbase:
    Akhtubinsk: 4
    Lipetsk: 10
    Vorónezh: 24
    Morozovsk: 36
    Khurba: 24
    Novosibirsk factory: 1
    Total 99


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    Re: Su-34 Tactical Bomber: News

    Post  AMCXXL on Mon Oct 16, 2017 6:32 pm

    http://www.militarynews.ru/story.asp?rid=0&nid=464301

    Moscow. 16 October. Interfax-AVN - Russia's aerospace forces have received a new batch of serial Su-34 bombers, the Sukhoi press-service reported on Monday.
    "Today, the Sukhoi Company has transferred the second batch of Su-34 front-line bombers to the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation in the framework of fulfilling the state defense order of 2017. The planes took off from the airfield of the Novosibirsk Aviation Plant named after VP Chkalov and headed to their location," in company.
    They said that the company has a state contract for the Su-34 from the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation until 2020.
    "Currently, front-line bombers are successfully used in the troops and demonstrate high operational qualities," the company said.
    Earlier, the source of Interfax reported that by the end of this year the Sukhoi company would hand over eight other Su-34 front-line bombers to the Russian Defense Ministry, which proved themselves well in Syria when bombing and striking at the facilities of the IGIL terrorist organization banned in Russia. In total, the state defense order of this year provides for the supply of VCS of Russia with 16 Su-34 aircraft.
    According to the source,
    on Monday 4 planes were sent. This delivery is carried out within the framework of the second contract for the purchase of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation 92 aircraft of this type. The first contract for the supply of 32 machines is completely completed. In total, the RF Ministry of Defense plans to purchase about 200 Su-34 front-line bombers.
    Earlier it was reported that the company "Sukhoi" is working to modernize the Su-34 front-line bombers in terms of increasing their combat capabilities through the use of new airborne weapons. It is planned that the first modernized Su-34 will be put into serial production at the Novosibirsk Aviation Plant as early as next year.
    Su-34 is designed to destroy both hired and water objects of the enemy, it is capable of hitting moving targets even of small size. Also, the aircraft has the ability to destroy air targets at any time of the day and night under any meteorological conditions.
    The Su-34 uses high-performance guided air-to-surface and long-range air-to-air weapons


    With this new bath of 4 Su-34 , the theoretical endowment of 277th BAP at Khurba airbase is complete with 24 Su-34
    By the end of the year , other 8 Su-34 will be received at other airbase , probably in the West of Russia
    Now , there are a total of 8 Su-34 squadrons in the RuAF: Lipestk (1) , Vorónezh (2) , Morozovsk (3) and Khurba (2) , and also several planes in Akhtubinsk ,  totaling 99 Su-34 in service in the VKS
    This is about the half of total number of Su-34 needed for replace the Su-24M/MR
    There are currently 8 Su-24M/MR squadrons in service at the VKS


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    Post  franco on Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:00 am

    Perhaps next unit to convert will be Chelyabinsk.
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    Re: Su-34 Tactical Bomber: News

    Post  George1 on Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:21 pm

    with these 4 i have counted 99 in total delivered in VKS


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    Post  AMCXXL on Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:12 pm

    franco wrote:Perhaps next unit to convert will be Chelyabinsk.

    http://altyn73.livejournal.com/1120806.html
    Hence, the 277th Bomber Air Regiment (Khurba airfield, Khabarovsk Territory) will receive in 2017 the final eight Su-34 bombers. Another eight Su-34 will go to some part in the Western Military District. Will this be the 47th Regiment or a new regiment in Shatalovo?

    Chelyabisnk, Gvardeyskoye and several Su-24 of Marinovka are Su-24M-SVP24
    This should be the last ones to be replaced by Su-34
    The options could be a third squadron for 47 BAP or well upgrade Shatalovo to a new Su-34 Regiment
    Before the year end we will know the place
    With the 8 Su-34 remainimg of 2017 and other 16 of 2018 , a new regiment can be totally equipped 
    A new contract is needed for the 2019 production of Su-34 


    George1 wrote:with these 4 i have counted 99 in total delivered in VKS
    Yes , I wrote that in the post above

    One of the new 4 Su-34 of 277 BAP

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    Re: Su-34 Tactical Bomber: News

    Post  George1 on Tue Oct 17, 2017 9:34 pm

    AMCXXL wrote:
    George1 wrote:with these 4 i have counted 99 in total delivered in VKS
    Yes , I wrote that in the post above

    One of the new 4 Su-34 of 277 BAP

    bmpd page however says that this is the 62th Su-34 produced from the second order of 92 units. Counting the 32 of the first order then according to that site there are 94 Su-34s delivered

    С поставкой 16 октября 2017 года новых четырех Су-34 общее количество самолетов данного типа, переданных ВКС по контракту 2012 года, достигло 62 единиц.

    With the delivery of the new four Su-34s on October 16, 2017, the total number of aircraft of this type, transferred to the VCS under the contract of 2012, reached 62 units.

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/2899122.html


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    Post  AMCXXL on Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:10 pm

    George1 wrote:
    AMCXXL wrote:
    George1 wrote:with these 4 i have counted 99 in total delivered in VKS
    Yes , I wrote that in the post above

    One of the new 4 Su-34 of 277 BAP

    bmpd page however says that this is the 62th Su-34 produced from the second order of 92 units. Counting the 32 of the first order then according to that site there are 94 Su-34s delivered

    С поставкой 16 октября 2017 года новых четырех Су-34 общее количество самолетов данного типа, переданных ВКС по контракту 2012 года, достигло 62 единиц.

    With the delivery of the new four Su-34s on October 16, 2017, the total number of aircraft of this type, transferred to the VCS under the contract of 2012, reached 62 units.

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/2899122.html

    Please , read again the post nº604 I wrote above
    There are three contracts of Su-34:
    5 signed in 2006 , completed in 2006-2009
    32 signed in 2008 , completed in 2010-2013
    92 signed in 2012 , of which 62 have benn delivered
    Then the total received by VKS is 5+32+62 , total 99


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    Post  franco on Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:16 pm

    And those first 5 were pre-production models for testing. Not sure if they are actually used by the Air Force still.
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    Post  George1 on Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:24 pm

    franco wrote:And those first 5 were pre-production models for testing. Not sure if they are actually used by the Air Force still.

    no they are from the 32+92 orders. I count them 5-6 years now


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    Post  George1 on Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:25 pm

    pre-production models are form early 2000s


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    Post  AMCXXL on Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:28 pm

    franco wrote:And those first 5 were pre-production models for testing. Not sure if they are actually used by the Air Force still.

    Anyway the airplanes were made and deployed, so the total is 99 serial airplanes
    This five aircraft were deployed for training at Lipestk together with the fisrt 4 Su-34 of the contract of 32 deployed in 2010 (Nº06 to Nº09) , before the regiment(first squadron) of Vorónezh was formed at the begining of 2012.
    Then the Nº06 to Nº09 were transferred to Voronezh and Nº01 and Nº03  were sent to Akhtubinsk
    The airplanes Nº02 , 04 , 05 are used in the squadron of Lipestk , at least you can find easy pictures of 2015 and probably 2016
    The airplanes Nº01 and Nº03 of Aktubinsk have limited using , the same than Nº34 and 35 deployed in 2013 and 2014


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    Post  AMCXXL on Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:38 pm

    George1 wrote:
    franco wrote:And those first 5 were pre-production models for testing. Not sure if they are actually used by the Air Force still.

    no they are from the 32+92 orders. I count them 5-6 years now

    Please, see the post Nº604

    Prototypes was made form 1990 to 2003 , 7 in total . The 8th (Nº49) prototype was used for the first serial airplane in 2005-06 , get Nº01  
    The 5 first serial airplanes was made in 2006 (2) , 2007 (1) , 2008 (1) and 2009 (1)
    The contract of 5 was signed in 2006 , more of 2 years before than the cotract of 32 that was started to be deployed in 2010

    Production of prototypes and serial airplanes until 2011

    Prototypes:
    #P1   00-01   1990    Nº42   Retired
    #P2   00-02   1993    Nº43   Retired 
    #P3   00-03   1994    Nº44   Retired
    #P4   01-01   1996    Nº45   Retired
    #P5   01-02   1997    Nº46   Vorónezh-University of Aeronautical Engineering (not used since 2012 because the overhaul of Baltimore-Vorónezh airbase)
    #P6   01-04   2000    Nº47   Zhukovsky
    #P7   01-05   2003    Nº48   Zhukovsky
    #P8   01-06   2006    Nº 49   Transformed in first serial airplane >> Nº 01 de Ajtubinsk
    (01-03 was a static airframe)

    Serial airplanes VVS

    Nº#  Serial   1º Fl.   Register    Number   Destiny
    01#   01-06   2006   XXxxxxxx   Nº01   4 TsBP > 929 GLITs   CONTRACT 2006 (5)
    02#   01-07   2006   RF-92251   Nº02   4 TsBP   
    03#   02-01   2007   RF-93619   Nº03   4 TsBP > 929 GLITs   
    04#   02-02   2008   RF-92252   Nº04   4 TsBP   
    05#   02-03   2009   RF-92253   Nº05   4 TsBP   
    06#   02-04   2010   RF-95070   Nº06   4 TsBP   >>  47 BAP    CONTRACT 2008 (32)
    07#   02-05   2010   RF-95804   Nº07   4 TsBP   >>  47 BAP   
    08#   02-06   2010   XXxxxxxx   Nº08   4 TsBP   >>  47 BAP   
    09#   02-07   2010   XXxxxxxx   Nº09   4 TsBP   >>  47 BAP   
    10#   02-08   2011   XXxxxxxx   Nº01   47 BAP   
    11#   02-09   2011   RF-95802   Nº02   47 BAP   
    12#   02-10   2011   RF-95803   Nº03   47 BAP   
    13#   02-11   2011   RF-95801   Nº04   47 BAP   
    14#   02-12   2011   RF-95806   Nº05   47 BAP   
    15#   02-13   2011   RF-95812   Nº10   47 BAP


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    Post  franco on Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:44 pm

    So #P8 became #1. Interesting
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    Post  AMCXXL on Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:47 pm

    franco wrote:So #P8 became #1. Interesting

    Yes, by that time , Novosibrsk plant only was able to made one SU-34 per year , so the contract of 5 includes the transformation of 8th prototipe for can hand over two airplanes in december 2006

    See this link
    https://russiandefpolicy.blog/2014/05/24/visit-to-napo/

    Visit to NAPO
    According to Myasnikov, the Su-34 was the first post-Soviet military aircraft formally accepted into the inventory by the government on  20 March 2014.  The contract for what was initially the Su-27IB was signed in 1989.

    In 2003, the MOD decided to put the Su-34 into experimental use.  The year 2006 brought a contract for five Su-34

    However, Myasnikov notes that the Novosibirsk Aviation Production Association (NAPO) named for V. P. Chkalov was in a pathetic state at the time:
    “The state hadn’t ordered new aircraft, assembly shops were empty.  The company survived on account of consumer goods, making instruments, steel doors, etc.  Suffice it to say that now in the final assembly shop of 250 workers only 5 are veterans still having Soviet experience.”

    Literally on its knees, he says, the factory re-trained workers and assembled one aircraft per year.

    Then, in 2008, came the contract for 32 Su-34s by 2013, and a follow-on for 92 by 2020.
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    Post  George1 on Wed Oct 18, 2017 12:39 am

    we talk about the 92 of the second order. Bmpd says with the last delivered we reach the 62 cars from that order. So 32 of the first order + 62 = 94

    The five you say are before the first order of 32

    Εven wiki confirm us. It says 106 units incl. 7 prototypes (so 99 without them)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhoi_Su-34


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    Post  AMCXXL on Wed Oct 18, 2017 12:52 am

    George1 wrote:we talk about the 92 of the second order. Bmpd says with the last delivered we reach the 62 cars from that order. So 32 of the first order + 62 = 94

    The five you say are before the first order of 32

    Εven wiki confirm us. It says 106 units incl. 7 prototypes (so 99 without them)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhoi_Su-34


    yes, are 7 prototypes (only two remain in use) and 99 serial airplanes 5+32+62
    30 airplanes are pending of the third contract , 8 this year.
    The order of 32 is the SECOND order of serial aircrafts , was signed in 2008 , when the 4 first airplanes have been made , and the first airplane of that second order of 32 , serial 02-04 was deployed in 2010
    There are pictures of all of these aircrafts , except the most recent airplanes
    About the Wikipedia, is written by people like you and me and the english versión is not the better for non english speaking countries, sometimes is mistaken and sometimes no
    The only way is know the serial numbers and have the pictures of all of the these aircrafts
    In the list above you can find information of every airplane until 2011 and the picture in the tail number.

    This is the complete list:

    Production:
    2 in 2006: 1 Akhtubinsk , 1 Lipetsk
    1 in 2007: Akhtunisnk
    1 in 2008: Lipetstk
    1 in 2009: Lipetsk
    4 in 2010: Voronezh
    6 in 2011: Voronezh
    10 in 2012: Vorónezh
    14 in 2013: 4 Vorónezh , 1 Akhtubinsk , 9 Morozovsk
    18 in 2014: 17 Morozovsk , 1 Akhtubinsk
    18 in 2015: 10 Morozovsk , 8 Lipetsk
    16 in 2016: Khurba
    16 in 2017: 8 Khurba , 8 ??

    Total:
    99 now (october 2017)
    107 at the end of 2017
    Then 22 are pending for 2018 and the begining of 2019

    By airbase:
    Akhtubinsk: 4
    Lipetsk: 10
    Vorónezh: 24
    Morozovsk: 36
    Khurba: 24
    Repairs at Novosibirsk factory: 1
    Total 99

    Prototypes:
    #P1   00-01   1990    Nº42   Retired
    #P2   00-02   1993    Nº43   Retired 
    #P3   00-03   1994    Nº44   Retired
    #P4   01-01   1996    Nº45   Retired
    #P5   01-02   1997    Nº46   Vorónezh-University of Aeronautical Engineering (not used since 2012 because the overhaul of Baltimore-Vorónezh airbase)
    #P6   01-04   2000    Nº47   Zhukovsky
    #P7   01-05   2003    Nº48   Zhukovsky
    #P8   01-06   2006    Nº 49   Transformed in first serial airplane >> Nº 01 Akhtubinsk
    (01-03 was a static airframe)

    Serial airplanes VVS

    Nº#  Serial   1º Fl.   Register    Number   Destination
    01#   01-06   2006   XXxxxxxx   Nº01   4 TsBP > 929 GLITs   CONTRACT 2006 (5)
    02#   01-07   2006   RF-92251   Nº02   4 TsBP   
    03#   02-01   2007   RF-93619   Nº03   4 TsBP > 929 GLITs   
    04#   02-02   2008   RF-92252   Nº04   4 TsBP   
    05#   02-03   2009   RF-92253   Nº05   4 TsBP   
    06#   02-04   2010   RF-95070   Nº06   4 TsBP   >>  47 BAP    CONTRACT 2008 (32)
    07#   02-05   2010   RF-95804   Nº07   4 TsBP   >>  47 BAP   
    08#   02-06   2010   XXxxxxxx   Nº08   4 TsBP   >>  47 BAP   
    09#   02-07   2010   XXxxxxxx   Nº09   4 TsBP   >>  47 BAP   
    10#   02-08   2011   XXxxxxxx   Nº01   47 BAP   
    11#   02-09   2011   RF-95802   Nº02   47 BAP   
    12#   02-10   2011   RF-95803   Nº03   47 BAP   
    13#   02-11   2011   RF-95801   Nº04   47 BAP   
    14#   02-12   2011   RF-95806   Nº05   47 BAP   
    15#   02-13   2011   RF-95812   Nº10   47 BAP
    16#   03-01   2012   XXxxxxxx   Nº11   47 BAP   
    17#   03-02   2012   XXxxxxxx   Nº12   47 BAP   
    18#   03-03   2012   XXxxxxxx   Nº20   47 BAP   
    19#   03-04   2012   RF-95002   Nº21   47 BAP   
    20#   03-05   2012   RF-95005   Nº22   47 BAP   
    21#   03-06   2012   RF-95810   Nº23   47 BAP
    22#   03-07   2012   RF-95808   Nº24   47 BAP
    23#   03-08   2012   RF-95811   Nº25   47 BAP   
    24#   03-09   2012   RF-95807   Nº26   47 BAP   
    25#   03-10   2012   RF-95809   Nº27   47 BAP   
    26#   04-01   2013   RF-93801   Nº34   929 GLITs   
    27#   04-02   2013   RF-95067   Nº28   47 BAP   Breakdown 4-jun-2015 >> repairs at NAPO
    28#   04-03   2013   RF-95065   Nº29   47 BAP   
    29#   04-04   2013   RF-95066   Nº30   47 BAP   
    30#   04-05   2013   RF-96472   Nº31   47 BAP
    31#   04-06   2013   RF-93831   Nº01   559 BAP   
    32#   04-07   2013   RF-93832   Nº02   559 BAP
    33#   04-08   2013   RF-93830   Nº03   559 BAP   
    34#   04-09   2013   XXxxxxxx   Nº04   559 BAP   
    35#   04-10   2013   XXxxxxxx   Nº05   559 BAP   
    36#   05-01   2013   RF-93835   Nº06   559 BAP   
    37#   05-02   2013   RF-93837   Nº07   559 BAP   
    38#   05-03   2013   RF-93833   Nº08   559 BAP   CONTRACT 2012 (92)
    39#   05-04   2013   RF-93838   Nº09   559 BAP   
    40#   05-05   2014   RF-93826   Nº10   559 BAP   
    41#   05-06   2014   XXxxxxxx   Nº11   559 BAP   
    42#   05-07   2014   RF-93828   Nº12   559 BAP   
    43#   05-08   2014   RF-93855   Nº14   559 BAP   
    44#   05-09   2014   RF-93829   Nº15   559 BAP   
    45#   05-10   2014   XXxxxxxx   Nº16   559 BAP   
    46#   05-11   2014   RF-93814   Nº17   559 BAP   
    47#   05-12   2014   RF-93813   Nº18   559 BAP   
    48#   05-13   2014   RF-93821   Nº19   559 BAP   
    49#   05-14   2014   XXxxxxxx   Nº20   559 BAP   
    50#   05-15   2014   RF-93819   Nº21   559 BAP   
    51#   05-16   2014   RF-93818   Nº22   559 BAP   
    52#   05-17   2014   RF-93817   Nº24   559 BAP   
    53#   05-18   2014   RF-93816   Nº25   559 BAP   
    54#   05-19   2014   XXxxxxxx   Nº27   559 BAP   
    55#   05-20   2014   XXxxxxxx   Nº35   929 GLITs   
    56#   06-01   2014   RF-93822   Nº28   559 BAP   
    57#   06-02   2014   RF-93823   Nº31   559 BAP   
    58#   06-03   2015   RF-95012   Nº34   559 BAP
    59#   06-04   2015   XXxxxxxx   Nº35   559 BAP   
    60#   06-05   2015   RF-95011   Nº36   559 BAP   
    61#   06-06   2015   XXxxxxxx   Nº 37   559 BAP   
    62#   06-07   2015   RF-95478   Nº38   559 BAP
    63#   06-08   2015   RF-95479   Nº39   559 BAP   
    64#   06-09   2015   RF-95856   Nº40   559 BAP
    65#   06-10   2015   RF-95855   Nº41   559 BAP   
    66#   06-11   2015   RF-95857   Nº42   559 BAP   
    67#   06-12   2015   RF-95841   Nº10   4 TsBP   
    68#   06-13   2015   RF-95844   Nº11   4 TsBP    >> Nº32  47 BAP
    69#   06-14   2015   RF-95858   Nº43   559 BAP   
    70#   06-15   2015   RF-95843   Nº12   4 TsBP   
    71#   06-16   2015   RF-95842   Nº14   4 TsBP   
    72#   07-01   2015   RF-95848   Nº15   4 TsBP
    73#   07-02   2015   RF-95846   Nº16   4 TsBP   
    74#   07-03   2015   RF-95845   Nº17   4 TsBP   
    75#   07-04   2015   RF-95847   Nº18   4 TsBP   
    76#   07-05   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº01   277 BAP   
    77#   07-06   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº02   277 BAP
    78#   07-07   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº03   277 BAP   
    79#   07-08   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº04   277 BAP
    80#   07-09   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº05   277 BAP   
    81#   07-10   2016   RF-81714   Nº06   277 BAP            
    82#   07-11   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº07   277 BAP         
    83#   07-12   2016   RF-81715   Nº09   277 BAP         
    84#   07-13   2016   RF-85712   Nº10   277 BAP         
    85#   07-14   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº11   277 BAP   
    86#   08-01   2016   RF-81727   Nº12   277 BAP   
    87#   08-02   2016   RF-81725   Nº14   277 BAP   
    88#   08-03   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº 20   277 BAP         
    89#   08-04   2016   XXxxxxxx   Nº 21   277 BAP         
    90#   08-05   2016   RF-81728   Nº22   277 BAP         
    91#   08-06   2016   RF-81723   Nº23   277 BAP         
    92#   08-07   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº24   277 BAP         
    93#   08-08   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº25   277 BAP         
    94#   08-09   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº27   277 BAP         
    95#   08-10   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº29   277 BAP         
    96#   08-11   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº30   277 BAP       
    97#   08-12   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº31   277 BAP   
    98#   08-13   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº32   277 BAP             
    99#   08-14   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº33   277 BAP          
    100#   08-15   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº???   ?? BAP         
    101#   08-16   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº???   ?? BAP         
    102#   09-01   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº???   ?? BAP         
    103#   09-02   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº???   ?? BAP         
    104#   09-03   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº???   ?? BAP        
    105#   09-04   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº???   ?? BAP        
    106#   09-05   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº???   ?? BAP         
    107#   09-06   2017   XXxxxxxx   Nº???   ?? BAP         
    108#   09-07   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    109#   09-08   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    110#   09-09   2018   XXxxxxxx      
    111#   09-10   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    112#   09-11   2018   XXxxxxxx      
    113#   09-12   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    114#   09-13   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    115#   09-14   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    116#   09-15   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    117#   09-16   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    118#   10-01   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    119#   10-02   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    120#   10-03   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    121#   10-04   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    122#   10-05   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    123#   10-06   2018   XXxxxxxx         
    124#   10-07   2019   XXxxxxxx         
    125#   10-08   2019   XXxxxxxx         
    126#   10-09   2019   XXxxxxxx         
    127#   10-10   2019   XXxxxxxx         
    128#   10-11   2019   XXxxxxxx         
    129#   10-12   2019   XXxxxxxx


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    Re: Su-34 Tactical Bomber: News

    Post  George1 on Wed Oct 18, 2017 1:05 am

    Yes thats it. Nice job!


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    Re: Su-34 Tactical Bomber: News

    Post  George1 on Sun Oct 29, 2017 6:10 pm

    Sukhoi-34 with centreline L700 Tarantul EW suite pod. Seems to be 21 Red, which saw action in #Syria. (Still no sign of UKR-RT ELINT pod)




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