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Russian Bombs, Missiles, Drones Pounding Ukrainian Military Infrastructure

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Russian Bombs, Missiles, Drones Pounding Ukrainian Military Infrastructure

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On the night of September 26, the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation launched another wave of massive strikes with kamikaze drones and missiles throughout Ukraine. According to the official data published by the Air Force of Ukraine, Ukrainian air defenses shot down 26 Russian UAVs out of 38 that targeted the Ukrainian territory. Kiev decided not to declare that all targets were destroyed, as it did before, but the data of the Ukrainian military also does not correspond to reality. Major damage to Ukrainian military and infrastructure facilities was confirmed in different regions. The attacks ere carried out both by drones and missiles, which Kiev is silent about in its reports.

The Odessa region, where the Kiev regime attempts to coordinate its own save corridor for export of its grain, remains one of the most often targeted regions in Ukraine. Last night was no exception. Russian forces launched another wave of strikes on the Ukrainian port infrastructure on the Danube river. The town of Reni, which is currently used as a major Ukrainian hub, came under fire. Ыщьу warehouses and several dozens of trucks were destroyed. Large explosions thundered in the port. Russian UAVs also struck the Orlovka — Isakcha ferry crossing used for the export of Ukrainian grain and supply of foreign weapons to the war-torn country. As a result of hte attack, the operation of the Orlovka checkpoint was suspended.

Since Kiev prohibited its citizens to film Russian attacks to hide the damage, footage of explosions in the Odessa region is provided by the Romanians :

 

 

 

 

Another important target that was struck on the evening of September 25 is the Kulbakino airfield in the Mykolaiv region. Footage from the Russian reconnaissance UAV, which provided coordination of the attack, confirmed the destruction of at least one MiG-29 fighter of the Ukrainian Air Force. This is the third such aircraft, destruction of which was confirmed in the last few days by footage from Ukrainian airfields. Two other aircraft of this type were hit at the Dolgintsevo airfield near Krivoy Rog. The Soviet MiG-29 was upgraded for the American JDAM and HARM missiles.

‘The Russian aerospace forces destroyed a Mig-29 fighter of the Ukrainian Air Force at the Kulbakino airfield in the Mykolaiv region’ – the Russian Ministry of Defense confirmed the successful attack.

Huge fire was reported in the region last night. According to some reports, it was the result of the Russian strikes on a large fuel depot on the outskirts of the city, near the airfield.

Russian Bombs, Missiles, Drones Pounding Ukrainian Military Infrastructure

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Russian UAVs also reportedly hit an ammunition depot on the outskirts of the village of Sergeyevka in the Bashtansky district in the Mykolaiv region.

 

 

Not far from the city of Mykolaiv, the Russian Aerospace Forces were destroyed an ammunition depot in the village of Kiselevka in the Kherson region. The facility was hit by a FAB-1500 aerial bomb from the updated universal planning and correction module. LINK Large fire was seen in all settlements nearby. The shells scattered around the district reportedly damaged the railway. As a result, the supply of military equipment from the Mykolaiv region to the Kherson region was likely interrupted.

 

 

The city of Krivyi Rig in the Dnipropetrovsk region came under fire for the second night in a row. LINK According to some reports, an infrastructure facility was destroyed in the city. Another strikes reportedly hit a quarry on the outskirts. Some sources claimed another attack on the local Dolgintsevo airfield.

Another target was an infrastructure facility in the city of Smela in the Cherkasy region. Any details of the attack are yet to be revealed.

Last night, explosions also thundered in the city of Slavyansk in the DPR, which under the control of the Ukrainian military, as well as in the Kirovograd region.

On September 26, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov confirmed that the Russian military had hit the assembly site of some missiles for the Ukrainian army, without providing any other details.

“What I can say is that, unfortunately, Russia got into the assembly site of these missiles.”

As a result, the production of these secret missiles was moved outside the country.

Last week, the Russian Defense Ministry said that Russian forces had destroyed part of the stocks of cruise missiles and ammunition with depleted uranium, which were transferred to Ukraine by Western countries. As noted in the department, as a result of the strikes, significant damage was caused to the logistics system of the AFU troops groups operating in the Kherson and Zaporozhye directions. In total, in the period from September 17 to September 23 Russian forces launched 12 group strikes on the targets in Ukraine with high-precision long-range ground and air-based weapons, as well as drones.

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D.K.

another parking lot created!

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James Hodgkiss

good to see, but all the docks should be converted into beaches so the ukrainians can relax by the sea.

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Beťar

ako to bolo? работайте, братья? tak treba už iba dodať, dobrá práca!!!

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