The defeat of the BMP-1 of the Ukrainian army, moving at maximum speed. The BMP of Ukraine was destroyed in the battles in the Kherson direction, by soldiers of the 76th division of the Russian Airborne Forces.
Footage of the combat work of the Russian crew of the T-80BVM tank in Ukraine. In the video, the crew fires at the infantry of the Ukrainian army through the Sosna-U sight. The Sosna-U multi-channel sight has a sighting, thermal imaging and rangefinding channel, as well as a missile control channel. The tank commander's sight is connected to the gunner's sight by an optical channel and allows the commander to carry out target designation.
A Ukrainian tank and a Russian drone attack each other. Unusual footage of the battle in Ukraine, if you can call it that, appeared on the network. The crew of a Ukrainian T-64BV tank noticed a Russian drone attacking it, the attack was carried out by dropping grenades and ammunition on the tank. The tankers managed to close the hatch of the tank and after a while drove off to the side, after which they got out of the tank and tried to shoot down the drone with small arms.
The Ukrainian army is actively creating mobile military groups, how correctly these are civilian vehicles with handicraft-mounted weapons. The weapons installed in the vehicles are very diverse, from small arms and grenade launchers to improvised MLRS.
Video of the results of the battle of the Ukrainian army near the village of Pravdino, Kherson region. During the counteroffensive of the Ukrainian army in this direction, a battle ensued with units of the Russian Airborne Forces. As a result of the battle, the Ukrainian army reportedly lost 7 tanks and 13 armored vehicles.
One of the soldiers of the Ukrainian army spoke about his impressions of the battles with PMC Wagner in Ukraine. Where there are battles with PMC Wagner, it is very problematic to conduct offensives of the Ukrainian army.
A group of Russian drones "Geran-2", as you know, it is an Iranian kamikaze drone "Shahed-136" attacked the Ukrainian city of Odessa. Judging by the video, the air defense of Ukraine did not notice them, since only shots from small arms were heard throughout Odessa. It is known that the Geran-2 UAV attack was large-scale, one of the UAVs was shot down from small arms. Several drones reached the target and struck in the area of the port of Odessa.
Ukrainian media published footage of a Russian UAV Mohajer-6 manufactured by Iran that fell into the sea near Odessa. The reason for the fall of the UAV is unknown, visually it is intact, there may be a loss of communication with the command post. After the discovery of the drone, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry withdrew the accreditation of the Iranian ambassador to Ukraine. The Mohajer-6 UAV has been produced in Iran since 2017 and is designed for reconnaissance, surveillance and fire destruction. Mohajer-6 was used in combat operations in Iraq, Syria and Ethiopia, where it performed well. The drone can use third-generation Almas anti-tank missiles, which are used on a fire-and-forget basis, this is an analogue of Israeli Spike missiles. The range of the drone is 200 km, the time spent in the air is 12 hours, the flight altitude is up to 5500 meters. The drone is quite large and has a wingspan of 10 meters, a flight speed of about 200 km/h. Takeoff weight - 670 kg, payload - 100 kg.
Ukraine said on Friday it would downgrade diplomatic ties with Iran over Tehran's decision to supply Russian forces with drones, a move President Volodymyr Zelenskiy called "a collaboration with evil".
In Ukraine, the autumn thaw began, the roads become impassable and armored vehicles begin to get stuck. In the video, two American-made International MaxxPro armored vehicles pull another International MaxxPro armored car out of the mud.
A column of Ukrainian YPR-765 armored personnel carriers came under fire from the Russian Airborne Forces. Paratroopers of the 76th Guards Air Assault Division of Russia took part in the battle in the Kherson direction. The fire was fired from 30-mm cannons of BMD-4 landing vehicles.
Ukrainian servicemen showed the engine compartment of the BM "Oplot" tank. The date and location of the shooting is unknown. Ukrainian tank T-84 BM "Oplot" was put into service in 2009, the tank was created on the basis of the Ukrainian tank T-84. Now the Ukrainian army is armed with 6 BM "Oplot" tanks, also 49 tanks under the BM "Oplot-T" index were delivered to Thailand, several tanks are in the USA for research. The tank is equipped with a 125 mm gun. The tank is equipped with a 6TD-2E engine with a capacity of 1200 liters. With. and is capable of running on gasoline, kerosene and diesel fuel. The engine has reduced smoke and exhaust emissions.