There was a surprise that the US and Israeli intelligence didn’t expect when Russia managed to transport a certain number of military aircraft to Syria in secret within three months.
Russian air force planes flew to Syria at the invitation of the Syrian leadership on a mission to help the Syrian army fight terrorism.
Russian Su-25, Su-24M and Su-34 bombers launched strikes for terrorist purposes on 30 September 2015.
The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that the air strikes had caused major damage to command centers and centers Supply and training centers for terrorist groups.
The forces fighting the terrorists in Syria are using Sukhoi fighter jets to bomb terrorist command centers, weapons depots, destroy armored vehicles and terrorist vehicles with heavy free bombs.
The explosion of the Fab-250 and Fab-500 is mostly, according to the Russian military expert Anatoly Tsyganok, day and night.
The Su-30SM fighters are used to protect bombers in northern Syria and in areas where NATO bombers can meet.
Su-25SM and Su-24M receive bombs from low altitude to hit targets accurately, although terrorists may use anti-aircraft missiles and anti-aircraft guns.
Aircraft are used to detect targets to be destroyed.
A source in the Russian Defense Ministry said that about 70 Russian marching aircraft are in the skies of Syria every day.
Helicopters are also involved in the Syrian war on terror.
Russia sent Mi-24 helicopters to Syria.
Mi-24 helicopters provide support to Syrian forces by bombing terrorist positions from close range.
Helicopters face a problem with terrorist’s possession of shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles.
Mi-24 helicopter pilots fly very low to fool anti-aircraft missiles.
A shocking surprise came to the Atlantic allies, as the Nizavisimaya Gazeta newspaper reported, when terrorist sites in Syria were hit by cruise missiles launched by Russian strategic bombers T-160 and T-95MS on 7 November 2015.
On that day, about 20 rockets were fired.
Then Russian naval units engaged in bombardments targeting the sites of terrorists in Syrian territory with mobile rockets.
And naval units present in the Caspian Sea, which fired Caliber rockets at specific terrorist targets.
Many foreign analysts have been surprised by the intensity of strikes by Russian planes at terrorist sites in Syria.
The intensity of the air strikes reached its peak on 18 August 2018, when Russian aircraft in Syria carried out 60 sorties.
The aerial and missile bombardments destroyed 12,146 terrorist targets, including 970 field camps, 20513 fulcrums, 9941 depots containing ammunition, fuel, lubricants and lubricants, 649 tanks, 731 combat vehicles and 8927 vehicles carrying anti-aircraft artillery.