Second in one week! A Russian helicopter crashed in Syria, and the pilot was killed.

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 Second in one week! A Russian helicopter crashed in Syria, and the pilot was killed.


Overseas network May 8, according to todays Russian (RussiaToday) local time 7 news, the Russian Defense Ministry said that a Russian card -52 attack helicopter in the east of Syria in a regular flight crashed, two pilots were killed in the incident. According to reports, the remains of the pilot have been recovered by the search and rescue team and transported to the base airport. The Russian military said preliminary data showed that the accident was caused by a machine fault. It is understood that the Russian army has been using the -52 attack helicopter since 2016, also known as the alligator, which can provide close air support in various operations. It is reported that the accident was the first such incident in Syria card -52 machine, and it was also the second fatal incident involving Russian space forces in a week. In May 3rd, a Su-30SM fighter crashed shortly after taking off from Khmeimim Air Force Base in the Mediterranean Sea near Syria. Two pilots were killed in the accident. According to preliminary findings, the incident was probably caused by a small bird inhaled by an aircraft engine. Source: overseas network editor: Cheng Gang _NN7377 According to reports, the remains of the pilot have been recovered by the search and rescue team and transported to the base airport. The Russian military said preliminary data showed that the accident was caused by a machine fault. It is understood that the Russian army has been using the -52 attack helicopter since 2016, also known as the alligator, which can provide close air support in various operations. It is reported that the accident was the first such incident in Syria card -52 machine, and it was also the second fatal incident involving Russian space forces in a week. In May 3rd, a Su-30SM fighter crashed shortly after taking off from Khmeimim Air Force Base in the Mediterranean Sea near Syria. Two pilots were killed in the accident. According to preliminary findings, the incident was probably caused by a small bird inhaled by an aircraft engine.