Gunners of the 40th separate Brigade destroyed several units of the occupiers' equipment

Gunners of the 40th separate brigade named after Grand Duke Vytautas destroyed the equipment of the occupiers
Gunners of the 40th separate brigade named after Grand Duke Vytautas destroyed the equipment of the occupiers
© Photo: video screenshot
Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: June 19 2022 at 10:48 pm
Source: mil.in.ua

The Armed Forces of Ukraine are destroying enemy equipment along the entire front line.

Soldiers of the 40th Separate Artillery Brigade named after Grand Duke Vytautas showed how to destroy enemy equipment.

The results of their work were published on video.

Artillery fire was adjusted with the help of a drone.

Gunners found 4 MLRS "Hail" and auxiliary equipment.

Detected equipment of the occupiers, June 2022 Video frame

After a corrective shot, Ukrainian artillery struck the enemy's first artillery system. The video shows the detonation of equipment.

Detonation of the affected equipment of the occupiers. June 2022 Video frame

After several hits at the site of the accumulation of enemy weapons, the artillerymen of the 40th separate brigade named after Grand Duke Vytautas showed how all the enemy's equipment was burning.

Destroyed enemy equipment, June 2022 Video frame

The day before, DShV artillerymen showed how they hit enemy equipment with M777 trailed howitzers. The fire destroyed one tank and two infantry fighting vehicles of the Russian troops.

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