Ukrainian fighters eliminated the Russians and captured the BMP-1
In the Eastern direction, Ukrainian fighters inflicted losses on Russian occupation forces and seized their armored vehicles.
Photos with trophy equipment were published by volunteer Kotsyubailo Dmytro.
Dmytro Kotsyubailo is the commander of the 1st separate assault company of the Right Sector Ukrainian Volunteer Corps.
During the fighting, Ukrainian fighters seized a T-72 tank of Russian forces.
The fighters also seized two BMP-1 armored combat tracked vehicles.
It is noteworthy that in recent years, BMP-1 appear more and more often, while during previous Russian operations, they were rare.
It has been widely argued that Russia's occupying forces do not use outdated BMP-1s.
Additionally, fighter Sergei Filimonov released a video with the liquidated Russian military.
The Russian occupier had a sleeve badge in the form of a white circle on a red square.
Reference: BMP-1 - the first Soviet serial combat armored tracked vehicle, capable of sailing and designed to transport personnel of motorized infantry units on the battlefield.
As the main weapon BMP-1 uses a 73-mm smoothbore gun 2A28 with ammunition 40 shots (16 cumulative, 24 fragmentation). A 7.62-mm machine gun is paired with a cannon.
In addition, to combat tanks and other armored vehicles, BMP-1 has a launcher anti-tank guided missiles 9M14M "Baby".
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