For the last two days, social networks have been discussing the death of the Russian “Su-35” fighter pilot Fyodor Grabovetsky, who will be buried on February 24 in occupied Sevastopol. Grabovetsky’s plane was shot down on February 19 at about 12:00 in the sky near Mariupol, the pilot ejected, but froze in sea water. A notable feature of this situation was the inability of the aggressor to carry out a rescue operation on the Sea of Azov literally a kilometer from the coast; let us recall, that back in 2022 we pointed out a number of similar aggressor’s “successful rescues” of pilots in the Black Sea waters, operating from the air base in Novofedorovka, which developed into corresponding large-scale drinking bouts with massacres at funerals.

Now people write about Grabovetsky as a pilot “who was recently based at the air base in Kach, occupied Crimea”. In fact, the Grabovetsky family did not fly for a long time, but lived on the occupied peninsula, since the father of the current “cargo 200”, Ihor Grabovetsky served at the Black Sea Fleet airfield in Hvardeyske since 1985, and then placed his son “in aviation.” In 2017, obviously due to “parental protection”, the official body of the Black Sea Fleet “flag of the homeland” wrote a laudatory note about “cadet Fedor”; however, now any connection with this fleet literally becomes a curse for the aggressor’s officers.

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