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The incredible maneuver of the Su-35S pilot after being hit by three R-77 missiles was caught on video

The missile attack conducted by the Russiαn Sukhoi Su-35 fighter aircraft and the incredible maneuver that the pilot of the fighter subsequently made were captured on video.

The cockpit view video shows a Russiαn Su-35S fighter launching three R-77 air-to-air missiles at a time. Afterwαrds, the pilot performs a complex 90-degree turnout maneuver while retaining full control over the target.

According to military pilots, no other fighter can boast of such combat capabilities.

Experts paid attention to the fact that the target remained undisclosed. In all likelihood, it could be a combat aircraft (provided the launch distance). However, there is no confirmation to this.

The incredible maneuver of the Su-35S pilot after being hit by three R-77 missiles was caught on video. The strike of three missiles of the Russiαn Su-35 fighter and the incredible maneuver of the fighter were caught on video.

The Russiαn Su-35S fighter fired three R-77 air-to-air missiles at once and, while performing a complex maneuver, with a 90-degree lapel, retained full control over the target, thereby demonstrating its truly unique combat capabilities. According to military pilots, today no fighter has such combat capabilities.

On the presented video frames, you can see how the pilot of the Russiαn Su-35S fighter is preparing for the launch of R-77 aircraft missiles.

Having received confirmation from the command, the fighter pilot launches three air-to-air missiles and almost immediately turns the combat aircraft around 90 degrees.

Despite the complexity of the maneuver itself, the pilot is in complete control of his target.

Experts, in turn, pay attention to the fact that three missiles were fired at the target at once, although the target was not disclosed – in all likelihood, we can talk about a combat aircraft, which is due to the launch distance, however, at the moment there is no confirmation of this.