The following video is some kind of promotional video for the military of Georgia. It showcases a lot of the former-Soviet and/or Russian equipment used by the Georgian military.
There's something important missing from the video: fighter planes. While the video shows Mi-24 Hind attack helicopters and a fixed wing attack plane (probably a Sukhoi-25), it doesn't show any modern fighter aircraft. This is because Georgia doesn't possess any modern fighter aircraft, just a handful of obsolete MiG-21s and MiG-25s. The Georgian Air Force is withering under the Russian assault.
By contrast, the Russians have a large air force, including the 4th Air Army, stationed north of Georgia. The 4th Air Army alone possesses three regiments of modern fighters (MiG-29s and Su-27s), probably something like 90 to 120 aircraft. These fighters are supported by four regiments of bomber and attack aircraft, Su-24s and Su-25s.
By now, the Georgians have lost control of the air above the battlefield and are probably relying on a variety of surface-to-air missiles to keep Russian bombers away from their combat forces. Unless the Georgians have a large supply of anti-aircraft missiles, its likely they will be unable to hold out long. The Georgians heavy equipment: tanks, armored personnel carriers and self-propelled artillery will be easy targets for Russian attack planes.