|Battle of Mikhaylovka (SRCW)|
| Russian White Movement ||Russian Socialist Republic|
|Vladimir Zelin †||Nikita Miroslav|
|40,000 troops, 20 Mi-24 Hinds||55,000 troops, 50 Su-34 fighter bombers|
|Casualties and losses|
|5,400 troops, 13 Mi-24s||3,560 troops|
The Battle of Mikhaylovka was one first battles of the Second Russian Civil War, taking place in Mikhaylovka, Russia, in June 2020. It lasted about a day. The engagement was between the Red Russians and the White Russians, who were aided by Ukrainian allies. Under General Nikita Miroslav, a veteran of the 2008 South Ossetia War, the Communist forces assaulted the town, meeting fierce resistance from the defenders. Though outnumbered, Miroslav used 50 Su-34 fighter bombers, killing the White commander, General Vladimir Zelin. The Whites retreated not too long afterwards, regrouping at Frolovo.