Ukrainian Forces Continue To Take Out Russian Tanks In Luhansk And Donetsk Telegram and Telegram Video Sharing Twitter This shows how the Ukrainian forces work continue Use Western-supplied weapons Take out Russian tanks, worsening Moscow’s severe shortage Modern armored vehicles vehicles.[embedded content]
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One video shows the Ukrainian government. “Kraken” A special unit can cause severe damage to a Russian tank In Novoselivske Luhansk, we destroyed an armored personnel carrier BTR-80.
“The Ukrainian special unit “Kraken” In Novoselivske, a Russian T-90M Tank was damaged and a BTR-80 armored personal carrier and BMP infantry fighting vehicles were destroyed. #Luhansk Oblast,” popular Twitter war-tracking account Ukraine Weapons Tracker wrote December 30.
The footage from Luhansk comes as Britain’s Ministry of Defence warns that Russia is reinforcing a significant chunk The front line of the Russian forces in the region. British MOD stated Wednesday that Russian forces appeared to be strengthening their positions within Kreminna. The city is in danger of being overthrown by a Ukrainian invasion. Recent weeks have seen an increase in fighting around the city.
T-64BV destroyed in Donetsk
Similar footage emerged In December, two Russians were exhibited T-64BV tanks The Ukrainian 59th Motorized Brigade destroyed the tanks. Video footage taken from unmanned rotary-blade aerial vehicles shows the tanks explode dramatically when they are struck by Ukrainian ammunition.
The tanks continue to smolder after the initial explosions. This suggests that the ammunition inside the vehicles may also have ignited upon impact.
Ukraine Weapons Tracker reported that this incident took place to the north Lozove in Donetsk Oblast.
What’s Ukraine doing about captured tanks?
Although many Russian tanks are being destroyed by Ukrainian forces on the battlefield, large numbers remain. captured by Ukrainian forces Since the first few weeks after the conflict began.
A report from the Washington Post this week, however, revealed how many of these vehicles – despite being considered “trophies” for Ukrainian forces – are often left in storage and at repair sites without being repaired. The outlet reported that hundreds of Russian tanks and other Russian vehicles were found at Ukrainian bases by soldiers and engineers. “stuck in hangars” as brigades “struggle to find the parts needed to repair them.”
“It’s obvious it should be fighting the enemy and not sitting in a hangar,” One commander from Ukraine told the Washington Post that he had received a BMP-3, which could not be repaired with parts from Ukraine.
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