Combined Russian-Indian aircraft crews carry out flight at the Indra-2017 exercise for the first time

Friday, 27 October 2017 05:58

In course of the Indra 2017 international joint exercise, combined crews of Russian Aerospace Forces and Indian Air Force have been conducting flight missions for the first time.

Combined flight crews are operating Su-30M2, An-26, and Mi-8AMTSh helicopters.

About 10 combined crews took part in reconnaissance flights. They also participated in tactic airborne operation at the Sergeyevsky range.

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