Photo via Navy Strike Fighter Squadron 31/DoD

On June 18, F/A-18E Super Hornet pilot Lt. Cmdr. Michael “Mob” Tremel shot down a Sukhoi Su-22 during a close-air support mission in the skies above Syria, the first U.S. air-to-air kill since 1999. And although Tremel delivered a riveting first-person account of the shoot down during a Sept. 10 symposium, you can now witness the dogfight with your own eyes.

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Months after a Syrian Su-22 was shot down by a Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet over Syria, a detailed account of the dogfight — the first U.S. air-to-air kill since 1999 — has come to light, reports The War Zone.

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U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Tyler Woodward

A spokesman for the military coalition against ISIS hinted today that the U.S. is still in touch with Russian forces operating in the same space, days after Russia cut off those communications amid rising tensions.

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New details have emerged from the downing of a Russian-made Su-22 by a U.S. F/A-18E Super Hornet over Syria.

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Syria’s six-year civil war just escalated to a new level.

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A U.S. fighter jet shot down a Syrian Armed Forces aircraft that reportedly deployed munitions against coalition-backed Syrian Democratic Forces on June 18, U.S. Central Command said in a statement.

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