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Thresher0120 Nov 2022 12:10 p.m. PST

Seems the air war may be heating up in Ukraine. Here's info on some of the latest reported claims:

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Additionally, another Russian Su-35 is reported to have taken out an S-300 radar site, and downed another Ukrainian aircraft – no details provided on the latter. Any info people run across on that would be appreciated.

Not to be outdone, the Ukrainians are also claiming to have downed a Russian Su-35 with a NASAMs, though that is being denied by Ukraine in some reports as well:

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Ukraine has since denied this, so it's not clear if this shootdown really occurred or not, or if they're just trying to protect the Norwegians from Russian blowback.

Supposedly, now that it is colder, it is believed armored offensives can begin anew over the frozen ground, assuming Russia has any tanks left to fight with.

ROUWetPatchBehindTheSofa21 Nov 2022 8:28 a.m. PST

I've seen the Russian SU-35 shoot-down story circulating, mostly in more pro-Russia media. What's probably more notable is the lack of stories circulating involving the air war. It seems during the Kherson offensive Ukraine managed to suppress Russia air defence enough to use drone and aircraft for ground attack.

Not seen the NASAMs story before. I wonder if the Ukrainians had second thoughts about telling the Russians even roughly where some of their newer and shiner bits of kit are deployed?

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