Assault aircraft destroyed strongholds and many invaders in several directions

Assault aircraft of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine “thanked” the Russian occupiers for Yelenovka.

PS of the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the invaders in several directions / photo ua.depositphotos.com
PS of the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked the invaders in several directions / photo ua.depositphotos.com

Assault aircraft of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine pretty much “thanked” the occupiers. Powerful airstrikes were carried out in several strategic directions with the use of various missile and bomb weapons that are available.

This is stated  in the message of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“Two field ammunition depots, two company strongholds, up to twenty units of armored combat vehicles, dozens of orcs were destroyed,” the message says.play video

Fighter aircraft and anti-aircraft missile troops of the Air Force of the Armed Forces continue to control the airspace controlled by Ukraine. In particular, the anti-aircraft missile unit of the Air Force destroyed another target – an unmanned aerial vehicle of the operational-tactical level Orlan-10.

“Also, in the Izyumshchina, there was combat work on the Su-30cm occupant fighter, which, in fact, attacked our Su-25 attack aircraft. 30 was driven away, which allowed our ground attack aviation to successfully complete the air strike and destroy the invaders,” the report says.

According to UNIAN, Ukrainian defenders continue to eliminate Russian occupiers with the help of a wide variety of weapons. They recently destroyed the crew of a tank with a projectile dropped from a drone.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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