Ukraine has destroyed a cutting-edge Russian Podlet mobile radar station in Lazurne, Kherson Oblast, Odesa regional administration spokesperson Serhiy Bratchuk said in a Telegram post on July 19.
“Ukrainian (artillery) strike destroyed an ultra-modern Russian radar,” said Bratchuk.
“It was 48Ya6-K1 Podlet – a mobile triangulating low-altitude circular scan radar, capable of tracking low-flying targets.”
According to Bratchuk, these radars used to guide S-300 and S-400 anti-air defense systems.
“Most importantly, the target was struck more than 100 kilometers beyond Ukrainian positions,” he added.
A Russian staging area near the Antonivsky Bridge in Kherson Oblast was hit by a long-range Ukrainian strike on July 19. According to Kherson regional official Serhiy Khlan, the attack left Russian forces in the area disoriented.