A fire broke out at the Saka airfield

A fire broke out at the Saka airfield

A satellite captured the view of Novofedorovka from space.

Today there was a fire at the occupiers’ airfield “Saki” (temporarily occupied peninsula of Krym).

This is evidenced by pictures of NASA satellites, which took the “critical” points of Novofedorovka from space. They were evaluated by the local monitoring group “Crimean Wind”.

“There is a parking lot of military equipment and a radar site not far from the source. We note that accidental fires in military units usually occur only in the summer, when there is a lot of dry land,” the project states.

The sources of fire can be traced in the photo. The accuracy of determining the coordinates of the NASA satellite can vary within 100-200 m, analysts indicate.

Also, on the footage, a yellow dot marks the place of the hit on the command post of the Russian Federation (the Air Force of Ukraine struck on January 6), “Krymsky Veter” notes.

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What is known about the last strike on the airfield “Saki”

The first explosions in the vicinity of the Saki airfield in Novofedorovka became known on the evening of January 5 (around 11:45 p.m. there were rumbles in different cities of Crimea, in particular, in Evpatoria and Novomykhaylovka). The fact of the attack was confirmed by local partisans of the ATESH movement.

On January 6, Ukraine recognized the attack on the Saki airfield. The Commander of the Air Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Lieutenant General Mykola Oleschuk thanked the pilots for their excellent work. At the same time, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reported that they had intercepted 4 “Ukrainian” aviation guided missiles.

As you know, the Russian Federation uses the Saak airfield as a base for its Su fighters (they are used for raids on Ukraine). On February 2, ATESH partisans recorded that there were 10 Su-30 fighters. They are presumably protected by air defense systems of the “Kasta-2E2” type.

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