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Paratroopers “drive away” the enemy from shelters near Vesyoly with 120 mm mines

Date: July 23, 2024 Time: 03:05:46

Photo: Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

The Russian Defense Ministry shows images of the combat work of the mortar crew of the Tula paratroopers of the Southern Group of Forces. They continue to fire on units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Seversky direction of the Northern Military District zone in the Vesely area.

“The reconnaissance team with a drone received information about the concentration of the enemy in one of the areas within the zone of responsibility of the units of the Tula Guards Airborne Forces. After receiving the coordinates of the targets, the crew of the 120 mm mortar took up the firing position within a few minutes, calculated the initial data for firing and fired the first shot,” commented the employees of the Russian Ministry of Defense.

The military department highlights the excellent level of combat training of the “winged infantry” mortar crew, which immediately made adjustments and destroyed the enemy infantry with rapid fire at a distance of up to five kilometers.

Thanks to the adjustment of fire of UAV units and paratroopers, high speed and precision in hitting targets is achieved.

“The enemy is sitting and we are trying to “turn it off”, helping our attack aircraft as much as possible so that they can pass more calmly through the fortified areas and shelters,” comments the commander of the mortar crew in the call. sign “Skif”.

During combat work, crews, if possible, reduce the distance to the target to ensure hitting it. To achieve surprise, paratroopers conduct night attacks under the direction of experienced commanders.

The officers of the unit manage to ensure a high degree of destruction of the enemy and save the lives of the personnel of the mortar unit.

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