Disguise did not help: National Guard destroyed enemy's ammunition load and ADV-3M "Vepr" depot in Zaporizhzhia sector. Video
Ukrainian defenders continue to conduct an offensive operation in the Zaporizhzhia sector, inflicting significant losses on the Russian occupants. Recently, the National Guard of Ukraine destroyed an enemy combat center and a armored demining vehicle 3M Vepr.
Even disguises did not help the invaders. The corresponding video was published by the National Guard Commander Oleksandr Pivnenko.
"The Guards destroyed a BC warehouse in the Zaporizhzhia sector and a Russian armored demining vehicle ADV-3M Vepr," the statement said.
It is noted that the camouflaged field depot with shells was destroyed by aerial reconnaissance men of the 11th Hrushevsky Brigade.
"Our defenders also destroyed one of the latest developments of the aggressor country's military-industrial complex, ADV-3M Vepr. This vehicle was used by the occupants to clear minefields, military convoy routes, and create passages in minefields.
"We continue to destroy the enemy! Glory to Ukraine!" Oleksandr Pivnenko summarized.
It is worth noting that the fighters of the Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are effectively knocking out enemy equipment and personnel of the enemy army. In just one week in the Zaporizhzhia sector alone, the operators of the Special Forces unit helped destroy enemy equipment worth about $25 million.
As a reminder, the day before, on October 24, Ukrainian soldiers eliminated about 800 occupants and 44 artillery systems at the front. In total, the enemy army was "demilitarized" by 124 pieces of equipment and weapons over the day.
As of the morning of October 25, irrecoverable losses in manpower of the Russian army increased to 296,310 invaders.