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Photo ID 177998 by Sergey Chaikovsky. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92246
Photo ID: 177998
Photo ID 175924 by Sergey Koptsev. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92247
Photo ID: 175924
Photo ID 174683 by Sergey Chaikovsky. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92017
Photo ID: 174683
Photo ID 127087 by Thomas Ziegler - Aviation-Media. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, 44 RED
Photo ID 126249 by Thomas Ziegler - Aviation-Media. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, 44 RED
Photo ID 113112 by Carl Brent. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92246
Photo ID: 113112
4 TsBP i PLS (4th Combat and Conversion Training Center)
Photo ID 104120 by Alex van Noye. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92240
Photo ID: 104120
Photo ID 71654 by Bob Wood. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, 11 WHITE
Photo ID: 71654
This Fencer was on static display at Lipetsk Air Base for viewing by a NATO delegation.
Photo ID 68363 by Carl Brent. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92246
Photo ID: 68363
Photo ID 51987 by Carl Brent. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92246
Photo ID: 51987
Photo ID 51981 by Carl Brent. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, 44 RED
Photo ID: 51981
Photo ID 46476 by Chris Lofting. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92246
Photo ID: 46476
Photo ID 46475 by Chris Lofting. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, 44 RED
Photo ID: 46475
Photo ID 46474 by Chris Lofting. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, RF 92246
Photo ID: 46474
Photo ID 41463 by Chris Lofting. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2, 44 RED
Photo ID: 41463
4th TsBP i PLS
Photo ID 19175 by Rui Alves - Madeira Spotters. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2,
Photo ID: 19175
[MAKS 2007] A small blimp on the background. EOS 300D & Canon 18-55.
Photo ID 18655 by Rui Alves - Madeira Spotters. Russia Air Force Sukhoi Su 24M2,
Photo ID: 18655
[MAKS 2007] I think that this aircraft is equipped with the so called "tailerons" (rolling tails). Look carefully, they are deflected downwards and there's a red stuff to rest on top off. EOS 300D & Canon 18-55.
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