Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed the command post of the enemy army – command “South”

On the southern borders, the Ukrainian army attacked the command and control posts of the enemy troops.

Source: Operational Command South

Literally: “During the day, the enemy inflicted 8 air strikes by helicopters and ground attack aircraft along the line of collision to test our positions. Strongly. No losses.

Galitsinovo was shelled by heavy cannon artillery of the 152nd caliber. Without losses and significant destruction – a hit outside the village.

During the combat day, we delivered 6 air strikes. The work of attack aviation on the strong point and the concentration of manpower, weapons and equipment of the enemy in the Berislav region was twice ensured.

Details: Twice bombers attacked 2 ammunition depots and another equipment center in the Bashtansky district.

Helicopters hit a strong point and a concentration of manpower, weapons and equipment of enemy troops twice.

When the enemy tried to carry out aerial reconnaissance in the Nikolaevsky region, the Eleron-3 unmanned aerial vehicle was shot down by an anti-aircraft missile unit.

According to the results of the Ukrainian missile and artillery units’ training of fire missions, the enemy’s losses amount to 41 invaders, 3 Msta-B howitzers, 7 units of armored and motor vehicles. The final results are known.

“In the area of ​​​​Novokamenka, we delivered a fire attack on the command post of the 126th separate brigade of the coast guard of the coastal troops of the Russian Navy, and at the Red Lighthouse, by our efforts, the 49th enemy army was left without its command post. In Ishchenko, the command and observation post of the battle of the airborne assault division was hit, and in the Barvinka area – an ammunition depot,” the report said.

An enemy ship group of 10 ships is sheltering from a storm in the Black Sea off the Crimean coast. 2 rocket carriers and 2 airborne troops are on alert. Production for use 16 “Caliber”.

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