Ukraine’s Air Force: 25 of 38 Russian missiles shot down

Ukraine’s Air Force: 25 of 38 Russian missiles shot down

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On January 14, Russian forces launched another massive missile attack on critical infrastructure facilities throughout Ukraine. Ukrainian forces destroyed 25 of 38 Russian missiles of various types.

The Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said this in a Facebook post, Ukrinform reports.  

Around 13:00, the enemy launched Kh-101/Kh-555 cruise missiles from eight Tu-95ms strategic bombers from the Caspian Sea and Kalibr missiles from surface warships and submarines from the Black Sea. There were a total of 23 air- and sea-based cruise missiles.

At the same time, the activity of enemy strategic aircraft was observed in various directions.

Five Kh-59 guided air missiles were launched from Su-35 fighters.

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Five Kh-22 cruise missiles were launched from five Tu-22m3 long-range bombers. One of these missiles hit an apartment block in Dnipro.

In addition, five more Kh-59 guided air missiles were launched, four of which were shot down by air defense forces.

In total, 25 of 38 enemy missiles of various types were destroyed.

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