Ukrainian Conflict Update
  21st February 2014 to present
Friday 21st March 2014
17:15

Ukrainian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-24M Fencer-D   7th Tactical Brigade Crashed during landing approach approaching near Starokostyantyniv airfield in the Khmelnytsky region.    
Zvezda K-36DM
Lt. Col. Dennis Plug
Squadron Commander

ejected
Lieutenant Oleg Dudnik
ejected

Zvezda K-36DM
Confirm crew ??
   
Tuesday 22nd April 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Antonov An-30B "80 yellow"   Hit by ground fire  in the region of Slavyansk (Slovyansk). Returned to airfield and made emergency landing
Repaired and returned to service. Shot down on June 6th
One crew wounded    
Friday 25th April 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Mil Mi-8 Helicopter "55 yellow" Kramatorsk airport, Donetsk Oblast Damaged beyond repair on airfield
version 1 - by sniper fire using incendiary munitions
version 2 - by accident handling ammunition
     
Friday 25th April 2014
Ukrainian
Privately owned
Antonov An-2 UR-ABAB Kramatorsk airport, Donetsk Oblast Damaged when helicopter mentioned above exploded no one on board    
   
Friday 2nd May 2014
Ukrainian Army
Mil M-i-24 Hind
Helicopter Gunship
[confirm]
"02 yellow"##   Shot down by pro-Russian separatists in Slavyansk using MANPADS, south eastern Ukraine      
3 killed    
Friday 2nd May 2014
Ukrainian Army
Mil M-i-24 Hind
Helicopter Gunship
[confirm]
 "14 yellow"##   Shot down by pro-Russian separatists in Slavyansk, south eastern Ukraine      
2 killed
1 captured
   
  ## - Confirmation of numbers to crew fates needed
Various reports indicate two pilots killed, one wounded who was captured and one evading capture
  Captain Yevhena Krasnokuts [Captain Eugene Krasnokutsk] was captured. He was released on Monday 5th May
   
Friday 2nd May 2014
Ukrainian Army
Mil Mi-8MT "69 yellow"   Damaged by ground fire from pro-Russian separatists in Slaviansk, south eastern Ukraine      
  Concerning the three helicopters reports from Kiev are stating two crew killed and seven servicemen injured.
MORE DETAILS WHEN AVAILABLE
   
Monday 5th May 2014
14:30

Ukrainian Armed Forces
Mil Mi-24P Hind  "29 red" ??   Shot down by separatists with heavy machine gun near Sloviansk. Crashed in river. 3 on board
rescued
   
   
   
Monday 26th May 2014
Ukrainian
Yak-40 UR-MMK Donetsk airport Parked. Destroyed on ground during attack on airport No one on board    
   
Thursday 29th May 2014
12:30

Ukrainian National Guard
Mil Mi-8T "16 yellow"   Shot down near the town Slawjansk by pro-Russian separatists "after unloading food, drop-off and change during the rotation of personnel in the fifth checkpoint" Original sources give 14 Killed
later National Guard are quoting 12*
   
 
*"As a result of the accident killed 12 people - six soldiers of the National Guard of Ukraine, including the crew of the helicopter, and six - members of the special forces of MIA of Ukraine [six representatives of Berkut special police division?]. One soldier of the National Guard of Ukraine survived and is in a critical condition"
             
Pilot Co-pilot          
             
Major-General Sergei Kulchytsky
the head of the military and special training of the National Guard of Ukraine,
           
Thursday 29th May 2014
12:30

Ukrainian National Guard
Mil Mi-8T   Some sources are reporting a second helicopter was brought down near the village of Andriivka and that both helicopters were firing at separatist forces CONFIRMATION NEEDED
 

MORE DETAILS WHEN AVAILABLE
quotes from Ukrainian National Guard 29/05/2014

   
Tuesday 3rd June 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Mil Mi-24VP 10 Yellow   Damaged during operation against separatists near Sloviansk. Landed safely. Recovered for repair      
  Some media reports say a second Helicopter was shot down - this may be confused with the report of a Su-25 being brought down. See next entry
Tuesday 3rd June 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-25     Claimed shot down by separatist forces near Sloviansk      
  ANY FURTHER DETAILS PLEASE APPRECIATED - no confirmation
   
Wednesday 4th June 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Mi-24 "91 yellow"   Made emergency landing. Reported damaged next day by DNR      
Wednesday 4th June 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Mi-24P "25 red"   Hit by MANPAD. Crew injured    
Wednesday 4th June 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Mi-24P 15 yellow"   Made emergency landing after damage from groundfire. Recovered next day Crew OK    
   
Thursday 5th June 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Mil Mi-8     Damaged by groundfire near Sloviansk. Made emergency landing..      
   
Friday 6th June 2014

Ukrainian Air Force
Antonov AN-30B "80 yellow"    Shot down by a manpad over Slavyansk, Ukraine, by pro-russians insurgents from "the Donbass militia. Crashed near the village of Mayak in  the north Drobyshevo Donetsk
This plane was damaged on 22nd April and repaired
Two bailed out    
  Crew details are confused - some sources are quoting a crew of four
Some sources are quoting eight on board of which 5 killed
   
Saturday 14th June 2014
00:51

Ukrainian Army Transport
Iluyshin IL-76MD  76777   Defense Ministry said the troops were being transported to the Lugansk Airport for rotation along with military equipment and supplies. Shot down as it was coming in to land at LuganskAirport. Nine crew and forty troops killed. 49 on board    
  Crew
                 
  Troops
               
               
               
               
               
   
Saturday 14th June 2014
04:30

Ukraine Air Force
Sukhoi Su-25     Shot down by Pro-Russian separatists near Horlivka, just outside the Kayutovo township. THe aircraft was attacking targets in Gorlovka Pilot
ejected
 
Zvezda K-36
   
Saturday 21st June 2014
Ukraine
Mil Mi-8T 28 Yellow   Crashed en route from Nezhin air base to Chuhuiv air base near Lyzohubivka, Kharkiv Raion, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine 3
fatalities
   
   
Monday 24th June 2014
17:00 local
14:00 gmt

Ukrainian Army
Mil Mi-8 "63 yellow"   Returning to its base after delivering equipment to Ukrainian troops. Shot down by self-defense forces using MANPADS in the Donetsk region during takeoff from Karachun Mountain near Slaviansk, Ukraine. 9
fatalities
including the three crew
   
                 
Pilot
killed
Co-Pilot
killed
Crew Member
killed
??
killed
??
killed
??
killed
??
killed
??
killed
??
killed
   
Tuesday 1st July 2014
Ukrainian Air Force Sukhoi Su-27     Claimed shot down by Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) Militiamen near the Luganskaya village    
Zvezda K-36
Pilot
ejected
Co-pilot
ejected

Zvezda K-36
   
Tuesday 1st July 2014 Ukrainian Air Force Sukhoi Su-25     Damaged by ground fire. Returned to base safely     K-36
   
Wednesday 2nd July 2014
11:20
Ukrainian Air Force Sukhoi Su-25 Blue 25   Crashed during landing at the Dnepropetrovsk airport Pilot
ejected
 
Zvezda K-36
   
   
Wednesday 2nd  July 2014
12:15
Ukrainian Air Force Sukhoi Su-24     Damaged by MANPADS while flying over Donetsck. One engine caught fire and shut down by crew. Landed safely at home base     K-36
    K-36
   
Monday 14th July 2014
12:00
Ukraine Air Force Antonov An-26 19 Blue [?]    Hit by ground fire near Izvaryne at 6,500m. Crashed near the village of Davido-Nikolsk, in the Lugansk region, near the Ukraine-Russian border 7 on board
Further details on fate of crew needed
   
             
    ??
bailed out
??
bailed out
??
bailed out
??
bailed out
??
bailed out
   
Wednesday 16th July 2014
19:00
Ukraine Air Force Sukhoi Su-25
?? Confirm
    Hit and damaged by ground to air missile. Pilot
landed plane and ground egress
  K-36
   
Wednesday 16th July 2014
19:00
Ukraine Air Force Sukhoi Su-25M1     Shot down near Amvrosiyivka in the eastern region of Luhansk near Marinivka border crossing. Claimed hit by missile from Russian jet. Pilot
ejected
rescued by Ukrainian forces
 
Zvezda K-36
   
Sunday 20th July 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Antonov An-26     Shot down by Pro-Russians separatists using ground to air missile over Molodohvardiisk (Krasnodon area) between 14 and 16 parachutists    
  MORE DETAILS ARE NEEDED CONCERNING THIS LOSS - WAS THE PLANE SHOT DOWN OR WAS THIS A PARACHUTE DROP?
   
Wednesday 23rd July 2014
13:30

Ukrainian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-25     Shot down with MANPAD over Savur [Saur]  Mogila near Dmytrivka, south of Snizhne while returning from mission against separatists. Pilot
ejected
 
Zvezda K-36
Wednesday 23rd July 2014
13:30

Ukrainian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-25     Shot down with MANPAD over Savur [Saur]  Mogila near Dmytrivka, south of Snizhne while returning from mission against separatists. Pilot
ejected
 
Zvezda K-36
  Confusing reports in media that two Ukrainian Su-25s were shot down in eastern Ukraine. Two pilots are said to have ejected . It is unclear which type of Su-25 were involved - single or two seaters. MORE INFORMATION APPRECIATED
   
Saturday 2nd August 2014

Ukrainian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-25     Shot down between the towns of Yenakiyevo and Makiivka [Donetsk Region] by sparatists in the "Donetsk People’s Republic". Pilot
ejected
 
Zvezda K-36
   
Thursday 7th August 2014

Ukrainian Air Force
Fighter     Shot down in eastern Ukraine near the village of Zhdanivka. Pilot
ejected
 
Zvezda K-36
   
Sunday 17th August 2014
early morning

Ukrainian Air Force
MiG-29 53 White   Shot down by pro-Russian separatists near Krasnodon, Luhansk Oblast Pilot
ejected
 
Zvezda K-36
   
Wednesday 20th August 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-25     Shot down t in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine Pilot
fate not yet known
  Zvezda K-36
Wednesday 20th August 2014
Ukrainian Air Force
Mil Mi-24 09 Yellow   Shot down near Heorhiyivka, Lugansk 2 crew
killed
   
   
Friday 29th August 2014

Ukrainian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-25     Shot down by an anti aircraft missile. Pilot
ejected
 
Zvezda K-36
   

HELP APPRECIATED


Information released by the Ukrainian Government.
Claims made by forces opposed to the Ukrainian Government and news agencies from many countries.
Confirmation of many are not yet possible. There is a lot of confusion with many of the the claims.
The above listing is compiled with a cautionary note that more information is required.
 

   
Sources The information in this listing has been obtained from public domain sources and emails from site visitors.
 

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 Tuesday, 02. September 2014 23:17
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