They worked brilliantly: the Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed the newest Russian radio-electronic warfare station Strizh. Video

Olga LipichLife
Soldiers of the AFU destroyed the occupants' radio-electronic warfare station Strizh

Ukrainian fighters at the front carried out another successful operation to destroy military equipment of the Russian enemy army. This time, Ukraine's defenders managed to " cancel" the latest Strizh radio-electronic warfare station from the occupiers.

The operation to "demilitarize" the "second army of the world" was carried out by scouts of the 30th separate mechanized brigade named after Prince Konstantin Ostrozhsky together with artillerymen of the 26th separate artillery brigade. The footage was published on Facebook on Wednesday, April 12 (scroll to the end of the page to see the video).

As noted, the Russians' equipment was destroyed with the help of weapons transferred to the Ukrainian army by Poland - a self-propelled howitzer of 155 mm caliber "Krab".


"The Crab destroyed the Strizh! The scouts of the 30th BMPR, together with the artillerymen of the 26th AOBR, destroyed the EW "Strizh". The "Crab" gunship worked brilliantly!" - 30 OMBr said in a report.

The Strizh EW is a mobile station used by Russian hijackers to defend against drones. The system detects UAVs, transmits airborne alarm signals to the control and signaling console, and blocks the control and navigation channels of the drones.


As reported by OBOZREVATEL, soldiers of the 36th separate brigade of marines named after counterdmiral Mikhail Bilinsky mercilessly beat the enemy, driving the occupants from the Ukrainian land. Mykolaiv Marines showed how they liquidate Russian invaders with the help of drones.

Only verified information in our Telegram channel Obozrevatel and in Viber. Do not be fooled by fakes!

Other News

Ukraine sentences traitor who passed air defence data to Russia to 15 years in prison

Ukraine sentences traitor who passed air defence data to Russia to 15 years in prison

The spy was collecting information for the Russians, based on which the enemy planned further attacks on the region