Russian blogger visits an airfield in Kuban region, to see how SU-25 jets do their flights above the Azov sea during day and also night time.
Airfield is getting ready for the flights.
Technics preparing jets.
First jets get into the air. Those are SU-25s.
This “train” brings bombs and missiles to the jets.
Those are “study” bombs, they weigh just 50 kg and can be lifted with man power. For the real thing the mechanical lifts are used.
This is a set of arms for one plane for the next flight.
Pilot is signing something.
This camo is pretty much useful in this scenery.
This is an Azov sea down there.
Flying above their airfield.
Now the landing.
But flights are continue – other jets going into the air.
Some jets get refueled and start into the air again.
Some jets go together in pairs.
Now it’s a sunset time.
Wild animals ran around at the airfield.
Sunset lights add beauty to the starting jets.
Trucks with projector lights move to the airfield. They turn on only for a short while during jet landing. The take off happens in full darkness.
Night life at the air field.
And here they are! Flights are over. Thanks to Kuban_Spotting his website is below: