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How Russian Jets, From Indo-Pak, Caucasus To South China Sea, Have Been Outflanked By US Fighters?
 

on November 27, 2020

By EurAsian Times Desk

US’ F-16 Falcon fighters seem to have repeatedly outgunned Russian jets including Sukhoi Su-30 fighters — be it the battle in the highly contested South Caucasus region of Nagorno-Karabakh, the South Asian region between India and Pakistan, or the resource-rich South China Sea between China and Taiwan.

The twin-engine Su-30s, despite being a 4++ generation combat aircraft, has time and time again been somehow thwarted by the 4th generation F-16s when it comes to an actual battle in the air.

While the all-weather multi-role two-seat Su-30Ms operated by a host of countries is the most advanced version of the original Su-30 jet produced during the Soviet era, the F-16s have been upgraded to their latest Viper variants.

https://eurasiantimes.com/how-russian-jets-from-indo-pak-caucasus-to-south-china-sea-have-been-outflanked-by-us-fighters/
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