Has Russia Just Deployed It's Advance Su-57 Stealth Fighters To Syria?

The Warzone/The Drive: Did Russia Just Send Su-57 Stealth Fighters to Syria?

Even if these reports turn out to be false, it's still likely only a matter of time before these aircraft make an appearance in the conflict.

Unverified pictures and video footage has begun to circulate on social media purporting to show a pair of Russian Su-57 fighters, also known as the PAK FA and T-50, touching down at the country's Khmeimim air base in Syria's Latakia province. The Kremlin has already used the Syrian conflict as an excuse to demonstrate new and advanced weaponry and even if this video turns out to not show operations in Syria, it is likely only a matter of time before the aircraft touch down in the country.

In one of the video clips, which first emerged online on Feb. 21, 2018, an Su-35 Flanker-E fighter jet, which the Russians have already deployed to Syria, is also seen flying nearby. Additional unconfirmed reports said that the Su-57s were part a larger group of Russian aircraft arriving in the country, including four additional Su-35s, four Su-25 Frogfoot ground attack aircraft, and an A-50U Mainstay airborne early warning aircraft, all types the Russians have previously deployed to the country. Still, this would be a major deployment for Russia, coming after Putin claimed total victory over terrorists in the country during a December 2017 visit where he also announced his country would begin drawing down its military presence in Syria.

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WNU Editor: It is hard to tell from the above video, but it does have a resemblance to the Su-57.

More News On Reports That Russia Has Deployed It's Advance Su-57 Stealth Fighters To Syria

Su-57’s debut? Video claims to show Russia’s 5th-gen jets in action over Syria -- RT
Alleged PHOTO, VIDEO of Russian Su-57 Fifth Gen Jet in Syria Released on Twitter -- Sputnik
Russia sends new stealth fighters for combat trials in Syria as Putin uses civil war to test latest military technology -- Daily Mail
Russia appears to have deployed its next-generation fighter jet to Syria — and it's a major problem for the F-22 -- Business Insider

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