Eleven enemy air targets destroyed over past day. Aviation smashes crossing on Inhulets

Eleven enemy air targets destroyed over past day. Aviation smashes crossing on Inhulets

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The Ukrainian air defense forces and anti-aircraft missile forces destroyed 11 enemy targets over the past 24 hours.

“On May 15, the Air Force's anti-aircraft missile forces shot down two cruise missiles, three Orlan-10 drones, and a Ka-52 helicopter. A Mi-28 helicopter and four Orlan-10 UAVs were hit by the air defense units of the Land Forces,” the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine posted on Facebook.

Thus, a total of 11 air targets were destroyed over the past day: two helicopters (Ka-52, Mi-28), seven operational-tactical UAVs, two cruise missiles.

In addition, the assault aviation of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine inflicted another damage to the occupiers’ water crossing – this time across the Inhulets River.

Read also: Ukrainian Joint Forces repel 17 enemy attacks, destroy two helicopters, three tanks

"Fighter jets continue to patrol Ukraine's airspace, while fighter aircraft and bombers launch missile and bomb strikes on occupiers' positions, clusters of troops and columns of enemy equipment," the Air Force Command reports.

As reported, in Luhansk region, Ukrainian defenders blew up the railway bridges between Rubizhne and Sievierodonetsk, seized by Russian invaders.

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