Soldiers of the 93rd Motorized Brigade destroyed the Ka-52 “Alligator” helicopter along with the pilots

The cost of one such machine is $15 million.

Soldiers of the 93rd Motorized Brigade destroyed the Ka-52 "Alligator" helicopter together with the pilots / photo General StaffSoldiers of the 93rd Motorized Brigade destroyed the Ka-52 “Alligator” helicopter together with the pilots / photo General Staff

One of the units of the 93rd separate mechanized brigade Kholodny Yar destroyed a Ka-52 “Alligator” combat helicopter of the occupiers, along with the pilots, last night.

Information about the downed equipment was shared by the press center of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the official Facebook page .

Remains of a downed helicopter / photo by the General StaffRemains of a downed helicopter / photo by the General Staff

The helicopter first made an emergency landing, and then it was completely destroyed with all the pilots. In the photo you can see the remains of equipment – ammunition, pieces of the hull, and so on.

“Not the cruiser Moskva, of course, but Ukrainian soldiers minus 15 million US dollars from the budget of the Russian Federation. This is the price of only equipment, and also the training of pilots … and compensation to relatives,” the General Staff is ironic.

Remains of a downed helicopter / photo by the General StaffRemains of a downed helicopter / photo by the General Staff

Recall, according to the latest statistics from the command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Ukrainian defenders have already destroyed 144 helicopters. It is not known how many of them are Ka-52s, but the Armed Forces of Ukraine have long debunked the myths of Russian propagandists about this combat vehicle.

Remains of a downed helicopter / photo by the General Staff

(C)UNIAN 2022

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