Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot
North Macedonia confirms transfer of Su-25s to Ukraine, says Mi-24s could follow
While Poland and Slovakia have become the first NATO nations to donate fighter jets to Ukraine as it continues to defend its sovereign territory from Russian invaders, the North Macedonian government has now publicly confirmed that it transferred four Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoots to the war-torn nation last year
What's next for Bulgaria's fighter fleet after the MiG-29 is retired?
The Bulgarian Air Force is poised to transform its fighter fleet as the days of its ageing MiG-29s are numbered, while the newly ordered F-16 Block 70s are due to be taken on strength not before 2025
AFM poster salutes Ukrainian Frogfoot pilots
AFM salutes brave and fallen Frogfoot pilots of Ukraine
How is Ukraine's fearsome Su-25 Frogfoot fleet helping to turn the tide of the war?
Despite heavy losses of men and machines, the ageing Ukrainian Su-25s have heroically taken the fight to the Russians and helped turn the tide in the war, as AirForces Monthly explains
Mali commissions new aircraft into Air Force service
During a ceremony at Base Aérienne 101 Bamako-Sénou/Modibo Keita International Airport on August 9, various new aircraft were formally inducted into Force Aérienne de la République du Mali (Malian Republic Air Force) service
North Macedonia donates Su-25 ground attack jets to Ukraine
North Macedonia has donated its fleet of four Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot twin-engine ground attack/strike jets to Ukraine, according to local media reports on August 4
An in-depth look at Bulgaria's modernised Frogfoot fleet
We look at the recently refurbished and upgraded Su-25 attack aircraft that are earmarked to continue in Bulgarian service through to at least 2028
Georgia’s first refurbished Su-25UB takes flight
The Georgian Armed Forces-Aviation and Air Defence Command is beginning to refurbish, upgrade and return its Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot ground attack/close air support (CAS) fleet to service after being grounded for several years
Russian Su-25SM3s crews employ ‘Solt-25’
Sukhoi Su-25SM3 ground attack aircraft crews, belonging to Russian Aerospace Forces (VKS-RF) units in the Kuban region in the Southern Military District, have trained using a new sighting and navigation system, known as ‘Solt-25’.