Paratroopers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed two enemy tanks in Donetsk region (VIDEO)

Paratroopers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces
Paratroopers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces
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Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: July 11 2022 at 09:42 pm

In Donetsk region, soldiers of the 80th separate amphibious assault brigade destroyed two Russian tanks, turning them into scrap metal.

The video was published on the YouTube channel of the Command of the Airborne Assault Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

According to information, combat vehicles of the Russian occupiers were destroyed by paratroopers from the American Javelin portable anti-tank missile system and the Ukrainian Stugna-P.

"We continue the "hunt" for the armored vehicles of the invaders," the message reads.

About 80 ODSHBr

The 80th Separate Airborne Assault Brigade is a military unit within the Airborne Assault Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

In the spring of 2014, it was among the first to be raised to repel Russian aggression, the units were sent to the northeastern borders of Ukraine. Servicemen of the brigade took part in the first battle of the war in Donbas — on April 13, 2014, near Semenivka, and later they took part in the battles for Sloviansk. Since 2016, the brigade has been reformed into an amphibious assault brigade and received a tank unit.

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