Special Report

Every Plane Used by the Russian Military

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25. Tupolev Tu-160
> Total planes: 16
> First flown: 1981
> Category: Bomber
> Role: Strategic

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24. Mikoyan MiG-29 (modified)
> Total planes: 16
> First flown: 1977
> Category: Trainer
> Role: Multirole

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23. Sukhoi Su-27 (modified)
> Total planes: 16
> First flown: 1977
> Category: Trainer
> Role: Multirole

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22. Ilyushin IL-78
> Total planes: 19
> First flown: 1983
> Category: Aerial refueling
> Role: Aerial Tankers / Refuelers

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21. Ilyushin IL-38
> Total planes: 20
> First flown: 1967
> Category: Special mission
> Role: Maritime patrol

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