RUSSIA’S RESURGENT BOMBERS

Like a majestic swan, a Tu-160 ‘Blackjack’ flies at high altitude. Conventional weapons upgrades enabled the Tu-160 to take an active role in Russia’s campaign in Syria.
Evgeniy Kazennov

RUSSIAN LONG_RANGE AVIATION has firmly reestablished itself in the news headlines. Whether hitting targets inside Syria or causing NATO fighters to scramble, the resurgent might of the Russian Aerospace Forces (VKS) has caught the attention of the military aerospace world.

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