Armed drones of the Armed Forces destroyed two BMD-4M occupiers in the Zaporozhye direction (VIDEO)

Destroyed BMD-4M
Destroyed BMD-4M
© Photo: screenshot from the video.
Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: May 30 2022 at 06:51 pm

The Ukrainian military with the help of drones destroyed two combat vehicles of the Russian Army.

This was reported on page 72 OMBr them. Black Cossacks in the Telegram.

According to the military, the destroyed BMD-4M for several nights in a row annoyed the Ukrainian infantry and tried to attack their positions in the Zaporozhye direction.

In the end, the problems were solved with the help of drones.

"The occupiers cannot hide from the Armed Forces. Two BMD-4Ms, on which orcs had nightmares the positions of our infantry in Zaporizhia for several nights in a row, went after the ship, ”72 OMBR soldiers said.

About the destroyed BMD-4M

BMD-4M - Russian combat crawler floating vehicle designed to transport personnel of airborne troops. Armored vehicle with a gun of 100 mm was adopted by the Russian army in April 2016

BMD-4M. Photo:

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