In Ukraine’s south, defense forces hit six Russian ammo depots, C2 posts

In Ukraine’s south, defense forces hit six Russian ammo depots, C2 posts

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The Ukrainian military has engaged two command-and-control posts of the Russian 76th Airborne Assault Division and 49th Army in Chornobaivka.

That’s according to Operational Command South, Ukrinform reports.

Also, units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed the command and observation post of the enemy battalion tactical group in Bruskinske and the area where weapons and equipment were amassed in Oleshky, Kherson region. Six ammunition depots in the Berislav and Kherson districts, as well as the command and observation post of the enemy battalion tactical group in Bruskinske were destroyed by artillery fire.

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Ukrainian rocket and artillery units performed a number of fire missions, the report adds.

Confirmed Russian losses over the past day include:

79 servicemen,

four T-72 tanks,

two Msta-S self-propelled howitzers,

artillery system,

radar,

command and staff vehicle,

10 armored combat vehicles, and

11 military trucks

Meanwhile, nine Russian warships and cutters are maneuvering off the Crimea coast in the Black Sea, while the rest are sheltering at their bases. On combat duty remain two warships and two submarines, all carrying Kalibr cruise missiles, as well as a large landing craft.


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