Analyzing satellite images provided by Planet Labs, Airbus and Maxar Technologies, analysts of Radio Free Europe’s (RFE/RL) Ukrainian investigative arm, called Schemes, found several new facilities, including hangars and production facilities in Russia, that have grown rapidly since the Russian invasion of Ukraine or were newly built.
Among other things, the station’s radio stations include an airfield in Kazan operated by the Rostec military company, where the construction of a new hangar has accelerated since the Russian invasion. The building is probably finished. Zvod has a long history as a place where civil and military aircraft are repaired and parts for them are made there, RFE/RL noted.
While the United States with NATO are delaying the necessary military assistance to Ukraine, military factories are being built at an accelerated pace in Russia.
“Schemes” report this by publishing satellite images. https://t.co/w7w7u4o51b
Jan 26, 2023 at 11:51 pm, pspvek archived: November 2, 2023 at 1:55 pm
He also draws attention to the state air base in Irkutsk, where, according to him, Rusov is particularly increasing its capacity for the production of parts for the Su-30 combat aircraft. Satellite images indicate that two new buildings were recently built there and a track leading to one of the buildings resembles a hangar.
It seems that the product was recently manufactured at an air base in Yekaterinburg in the Urals, although its name refers to civilian machines, but it was based on engine repairs that can be used in military helicopters used by the Russian army in Ukraine, according to rdio and draws attention, among other things, to the seduction near the town of Dubna near Moscow.