Ukrainian aviation destroyed the Russian ammunition depot and 30 pieces of enemy armor

This time, the Ukrainian pilots targeted logistics centers for Russian troops and ammunition depots.

Ukrainian pilots attacked the invaders / photo mil.gov.ua
Ukrainian pilots attacked the invaders / photo mil.gov.ua

Yesterday, on June 23, the aircraft of the Armed Forces of Ukraine inflicted powerful blows on clusters and strategic points of the occupation forces of the Russian Federation. This time, the pilots were targeting logistics centers for Russian troops and ammunition depots.

This is reported by the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Telegram .

As a result of a series of successful attacks, the pilots managed to destroy dozens of armored vehicles of the enemy. 

In particular, the Ukrainian Su-25 attack aircraft and the Su-24M bomber worked against the Russian invaders and delivered several targeted powerful air strikes.

In the northeast direction, strike groups hit an ammunition depot, thirty armored fighting vehicles of the enemy, as well as manpower.

With the help of aviation, a point for the repair and restoration of military equipment of the Russian invaders was destroyed.

(C)UNIAN 2022

5 comments

  1. I hear this good news and yet we are hampered by not receiving military assistance from the west fast enough. I have really mixed feelings about Biden. Appreciate the help but why doesn’t the demented ass understand this shit can’t wait for hm to wake up.

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  2. “30 peices of armor.”
    You can’t get that kind of score with drones unless you use artillery.
    This is why Ukraine needs more fighters. One F-16 alone can deliver 4 500 lbs JSOWS or JDAMs from miles away.
    With complete surprise.
    Anywhere on the front with in hours.

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