SAF MiG Rains Phosphorus Bombs

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Syria - Syrian Air Force MiG fighters drop Phosphorus bombs on the city of Idlib. Skip to the 15 second mark...

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  1. Sword100
    Sword100 Jan 26, 2013

    Can expert comment on whether these are flares designed to counter anti-air heat seeking missiles or some sort of WP bombs. If bombs, I would think the pilot would be really scared of bombs igniting as soon as they left the rack. Just wondering. I've never seen WP bombs. Have, however, fired and seen the impact of WP mortar rounds. Possibly an AF type could clarify what we are seeing this clip.

  2. 30328526
    30328526 Jan 31, 2013

    Those are Flares FACT

  3. MinnesotaSpirit
    MinnesotaSpirit Dec 10, 2014

    Flares....the Islamists want you to think differently.

  4. MinnesotaSpirit
    MinnesotaSpirit Dec 10, 2014

    and a SU-17 or SU-22

  5. MinnesotaSpirit
    MinnesotaSpirit Dec 10, 2014

    ...what may have been released on the town...assuming from the aircraft (before the flare(s) release during the SU-17/22 egress) created a "dark" smoke....WP creates a very white smoke cloud.

  6. 36334203
    36334203 Aug 27, 2017

    This looks like defensive flares dropped by the fighter at the same time that he was dropping regular bombs. I don't believe this was an incendiary attack.

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