War in Ukraine – Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed a battery of Russian howitzers in the Kherson region (video) — UNIAN

Ukrainian artillerymen continue to strike at the invaders.

APU destroyed a battery of Russian howitzers / photo

Ukrainian artillerymen from the 28th separate mechanized brigade named after the Knights of the Winter Campaign showed the destruction of artillery crews (four guns) of the Russian invaders in the Kherson region.

Video posted on Facebookbrigade page.

The video was taken from a UAV, whose operator apparently found the target and corrected the fire on it. Some explosions occurred quite close to enemy howitzers.

This is a positive moment for the Armed Forces of Ukraine in artillery duels with the enemy. Firstly, because the shelling of the free territory by the Rashists was disrupted, which is very difficult to do, because the artillerymen of both sides linger at the firing position for no more than ten minutes, after which they move to a new one. Secondly, there is a high probability that enemy artillerymen were injured, and enemy howitzers were seriously damaged.

Recall that the APU destroyed on Serpentine enemy anti-aircraft missile system “Pantsir-S1”.

As UNIAN reported, it is extremely difficult for Ukrainian servicemen advance and expel the Russian occupiers from Kherson because of their massive use of artillery.

Help UNIAN. The 28th separate mechanized brigade named after the Knights of the Winter Campaign, which is currently fighting on the front in the Kherson region, is a military formation of the mechanized troops of the Ground Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Included in the OK “South”. Since 2019, the brigade has an honorary name in honor of the Knights of the Winter Campaign – participants in the First Winter Campaign, raid operations on the rear of the Red and Volunteer Armies during the First Liberation Competitions.

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