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At the Russian airbase, due to system failure, a Su-35S fighter almost crashed


The pilot of the Russian Aerospace Forces managed to save the Su-35S fighter, whose remote control system failed in flight.

During a planned flight, the pilot of the Su-35S fighter encountered a failure of the remote control system, as a result of which the combat aircraft coming in for landing almost crashed. The incident, according to preliminary data, which the editors of the Avia.pro news agency managed to find out, occurred in Dzemgi, during some tests of a combat aircraft.

On the presented video frames, you can see that the pilot of the Su-35S fighter had to act extremely non-standard in the current situation, releasing his parachute and extinguishing the speed of the fighter to almost zero, which made it possible to successfully land the fighter. This saved not only the pilot from imminent catastrophe, but also the combat vehicle itself - the latter did not receive any damage.

The circumstances of the emergency that occurred during the flight on board the fighter so far remain unknown, but the masterful actions of the Russian pilot impressed the Network so much that the video began to be actively discussed not only in Russia, but also in other countries.

it was 7 years ago. On a test flight.

The pilot is handsome, orient in a split second.

And the pilot is also useless iron? You are - to put it mildly - a misanthrope. And much more useless for the country than the pilot.

For the economy, this is useless iron, even if it breaks, even though it doesn’t. It doesn’t matter.

most likely practice landing on an aircraft carrier without an aircraft finisher

Yes, and the fourth turn below the trees, also planned ?????

This footage is from 2015, the full version is available online, including from the cockpit. Check the facts.

This is the American beauty in all its glory.

There is a trick for pilots to reduce the run-release of the brake parachute before touching the strip. Everything was planned.

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