Hit with the first shot: National Guard showed accurate strike on the occupants' dugout. Video
The Russian terrorist army continues to suffer huge losses in manpower in the war with Ukraine. Ukraine's defenders are destroying their entire dugouts.
The soldiers destroyed an enemy dugout with a single hit in the Zaporizhzhia direction. This is reported by the 14th Chervona Kalyna Assault Brigade of the National Guard (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The National Guard demonstrated a high level of artillery training. The dugout of the Russian occupiers was blown to smithereens with a single shot.
In addition, as a result of an accurate hit, the Russians' ammunition detonated, and the remnants of their unit began to flee and abandon their positions.
Together with other units of the Ukrainian Defense Forces, the National Guard soldiers are successfully and gradually performing combat missions, destroying equipment and personnel of the Russian army.
"They should know that we see them. We are tracking every step and every movement of Russian equipment. As soon as the target appears in our field of vision, it will be destroyed. This awaits every occupier," the fighters of Chervona Kalyna said.
As a reminder, Ukrainian troops broke through the Russian invaders' defense line in Verbove, Zaporizhzhia. Brigadier General and commander of the Tavria operational-strategic group Oleksandr Tarnavsky said that our troops had succeeded on the left flank of the settlement, and now the main thing is not to lose the initiative.
Earlier it was reported that on September 22, the Ukrainian Defense Forces made progress in Donetsk and the western part of Zaporizhzhia region. In particular, they managed to advance southeast of Klishchiivka near Bakhmut and north of Novoprokopivka in the Melitopol direction.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, on September 22, the Defense Forces eliminated another 510 Russian occupants at the front. The losses of the Russian army for the entire period of the full-scale war in Ukraine have already reached 275,460 people.