Russian TU-22 strategic bombers unleash fury remaining Islamist holdouts in Syria

The bombers flew over 2,000 miles and were escorted on the mission by Russian Su-30SM and Su-35S fighter jets

(SouthFront) – On November 23, Tu-22M3 strategic bombers struck positions of ISIS in the Syrian province of Deir Ezzor after they had flown about 2,000 km from Russia, the Russian Defense Ministry has announced.

The strike hit ISIS positions near the town of al-Qatia and destroyed the terrorist group’s manpower, vehicles and strong points.

Russian Su-30SM and Su-35S fighter jets deployed in Syria provided an air cover to the Russian Aerospace Forces’ striking force.

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