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Russia deploys its super-fast MiG-31 interceptor aircraft in Chukotka


Groups of Russia’s super-fast MiG-31 interceptor aircraft (NATO reporting name Foxhound) were deployed in Russia’s easternmost region of Chukotka to control the Arctic airspace, Russian Pacific Fleet Commander Adm. Sergei Avakyants said. “From December 1, groups of MiG-31 aircraft of the fleet’s naval aviation assumed combat duty in the Arctic,” the commander said in an interview with the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper. “Relevant infrastructure has been created at the airport of [Chukotka’s administrative center] Anadyr, allowing our forces to be on round-the-clock air defense duty,” he added. The long-range MiG-31 was designed in the Soviet Union. Several jets can control 900-km…

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