Russian made fighter ​​Sukhoi 'cripples' U.S. warship in Black Sea

Strategic bomber of Russia Sukhoi Su - 24 equiping with a combination of advanced jamming system has crippled U.S. most modern fighting control system called "Aegis" of Donald Cook warship in the Black Sea.

USS Donald Cook
USS Donald Cook

VTC News cited Mr. Pavel Zolotarev, deputy director of "The Institute for the USA and Canadian Studies" which is part of the Russian Academy of Sciences, shares his ideas that Russian media and bloggers hotly debated.

On 10 April 2014, the U.S. destroyer " Donald Cook " equiped with Tomahawk cruise missiles has entered the neutral waters of the Black Sea. The aim is to intimidate and show U.S. muscles involving Russia's view of Ukraine and Crimea.

The presence of U.S. warships in these waters make contrasting with Montreux Treaty about the nature and length of stay for the warships of countries that is not bordering the Black Sea.

In response, Russia sent unarmed Su-24 aircraft flying around U.S. destroyer Donald Cook. According to experts, this aircraft is equipped with the latest Russia fighting electronic combination.

Since the Russian aircraft was so far away, " Aegis " has discovered the approaching of Su-24 and emitted alarming. Everything is going on as normal, the U.S. radar has been tracking target approaching. Then, suddenly all the screen turned off.

"Aegis" is not working, the missile did not receive information about the target. Meanwhile, Russia's Su- 24 flying over the top deck of the U.S. destroyer, simulating missiles attacking on the destroyer, then flying away. Right after that the Russian aircraft turned back and repetitive that movements up to 12 times.

More information: Russian Fighter Jet Flies Repeatedly Within 1000 Yards Of US Warship In The Black Sea


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