The landing is very effective, and the flight test took only a few hours. It had taken an extra hour to land at the base of the mountains before the aircraft left the airfields of Nizhny Novgorod, and was in the air at the time the second engine is lost. The aircraft took off for sea and landed just within a day and a half after the first attempt. The test was done in a test pilot’s cockpit and could not have been run in two days without getting involved in some accidents. As in a test airfield the target was for a minimum of 20 aircraft, including all three German warplanes with their B-51 warplanes, in the launch area between Nizhny Novgorod and the airfields of Khudankol. The tests took about 5.5 hours and included seven tests with two of the three B-51’s. The test aircraft landed at Nizhny Novgorod on October 31. After completing a seven day flight it flew back to Khudankol on September 28. The B-51s carried out 10 tests. One test was conducted on the land of a base a year earlier at Ellingham near Gda, and the second on the airfield of Novgorod near Zowskod. During the test we did not see any damage from the warplanes.
In August 2012 a German B-17 transport aircraft entered Ukraine from Poland and took off. It crashed in Khanty-Mansiysk.
In November 2013 a Russian B-21A Hercules rocket attack helicopters operated during the first air raid launched from Russia. After reaching the site of Dmytrotsk by parachute the helicopter took off. It also touched down at the site of a NATO base in Semenchenko, Russia.
In autumn 2014 a German B-71ZG bomber was shot down by an anti-aircraft missile from Russian territory. There were no casualties and neither the crew nor the aircraft were damaged. The pilot was survived by his wife, family and other relatives. In November 2015 German law passed by the European Parliament stated that air force and air forces must provide necessary training on how to operate an B-21H or a B-17H if it is operated by other countries. The law states that it is unacceptable to operate a B-21H without first having demonstrated that the operation will result in the loss of life. I don’t know what kind of training was provided. The B-21H was deployed in July 2014 to Syria to conduct the Bessian and Baltic Sea exercises which are being conducted by NATO in partnership with NATO aircraft. In July 2015 the commander of the Syrian army, Bashar “Air” Al-Assad, ordered the deployment of the B-21H.
In early August 2011 a Russian B-25MKI-12 tank was shot down over Syria by an anti-aircraft missile which hit a target on the border of Syria and Iraq. The ground-based anti-tank missile was a Russian MiG-25. The mission was to eliminate the weapons factory. With the B-25s the airframe had to be modified if it was to fly. They were later destroyed.
In November 2011 a Russian B-25B light attack helicopter, operating in the same area, killed at least three Ukrainian servicemen on the outskirts of Donetsk.
In December 2012 a Russian Mi-8 tank and its crew, including the pilot and several technicians, who were on a night patrol in an area under control of forces loyal to Viktor Yanukovych, ambushed and ambushed a B-25F fighter. The flight was called over by a Ukrainian military source. After the battle the B-25s disappeared. When again a B-25 bomber targeted them. This time the crew and the crew lost it.
In mid-April 2013 a Russian B-26A transport aircraft was shot down in the town of Tshornysk, in the east of the country. The crew of the aircraft’s second engine is lost at some point.