The Russian Ministry of Defence released the extraordinary footage today as its airforce pushes forward with its campaign to crush Islamic militants in Syria.
The strike was on a base in the Idib province and involved air-launched cruise missiles.
Onboard footage shows the pilot flying over the target to check out the damage.
But while doing so the plane’s camera catches ISIS fighters fleeing, one on a motorbike and others by foot.
They can be seen top down, but their shadows give away that they are running.
It is believed to have just 34 bases left as bombs and missiles rom Vladimir Putin’s bombers continue to rain down.
Other Russian footage emerging today shows key fuel stores being hit, reducing the ability of ISIS to use vehicles.
As previously reported, militants are having to resort to bikes and donkeys as they escape constant attacks.
The vile organisation is being so heavily bombarded by French and Russian bombs its killed soldiers are being thrown into sewer pits alongside rats.
If the current rate of destruction continues, ISIS could be wiped out by Christmas.
Russian president Vladimir Putin said: “Our military work in Syria must not only continue. It must be strengthened in such a way so that the terrorists will understand that retribution is inevitable.”
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