The Ukrainian military showed the destruction of the enemy MSTA-B from the American self-propelled gun M109

Destruction of the enemy MSTA-B
Destruction of the enemy MSTA-B
© Photo: video screenshot
Alina Kuleba

Alina Kuleba

Published: July 14 2022 at 01:51 pm
Source: myukraineis.org

Artillerymen of the 28th brigade hit an enemy howitzer in the Kherson direction, the enemy placed it in a landing.

Fighters of the 28th separate mechanized brigade named after the Knights of the Winter Campaign destroyed an enemy Msta-B howitzer. This was reported by the press service of the brigade.

A battery of self-propelled guns M109 destroyed an enemy Msta-B howitzer during the adjustment of the 131st reconnaissance battalion. The enemy howitzer was destroyed in the Kherson direction. Judging by the video, the self-propelled gun was successfully hit with the third shot. The enemy placed it in a landing.

"During the artillery fire of the self-propelled artillery battery of the 28th separate mechanized brigade named after the Knights of the Winter Campaign with the correction of the fire of the 131st reconnaissance battalion against the enemy from M109 guns, one MSTA-B enemy gun was destroyed - 1 unit," the brigade reported.

The M109 is an American self-propelled gun that has been in service since 1963. Depending on the type of projectile, the firing range can be from 18 to 30 km. Norway and Great Britain supplied Ukraine with ACS data. In total, up to 50 M109 units are in service with the Armed Forces.


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