Armed Forces of Ukraine coped with another Russian helicopter in Donbas (video)

The footage shows how the equipment of the invaders falls and lights up.

 APU showed a video of the destruction of an enemy helicopter / screenshot
 APU showed a video of the destruction of an enemy helicopter / screenshot

The Armed Forces of Ukraine have landed another enemy “bird” . The equipment of Russians, in particular, in the Donbass has become even less.

This was reported in the Operational Command “North”.PauseUnmute

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Another enemy helicopter has found the last pier in the Donbass! Believe in our warriors! Believe in the APU! – the message says.

The footage shows how the equipment of the invaders falls and lights up.

https://www.unian.net/player/WtpBcxgRArmed Forces of Ukraine destroyed enemy helicopter in Donbass

Recall that the other day from the bottom of the Kiev Sea they got the remains of an enemy helicopter shot down at the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Also, the bodies of the invaders were removed from the water.

According to an officer of the 95th brigade, after 100 days of a large-scale war, the  invaders are afraid to even fly into our territory . The invaders with their planes literally “huddle somewhere at the highest altitudes”, because our air defense is simply “nightmare”.

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. I must say the Ukrainians are doing an outstanding job protecting the air, especially given how ill-equipped they are.

    I have no knowledge on the exact operations of most anti-air systems, but I suspect that it must require a lot of skill, especially the legacy Soviet era equipment that they are mostly using.

    Imagine if they had modern anti-air systems.

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