"Magnificently burns and explodes": the network showed how the National Guard destroyed the "impenetrable" tank of the Russian Federation, which boasted propagandists. Video
Ukrainian warriors do not get tired of destroying myths about the "invincibility of Russian weapons". This time the National Guard eliminated the "impenetrable" Russian tank T-80BVM.
Just days before the destruction of this tank, Russian propagandists filmed a pathos-laden story about the fact that neither drones nor Javelin and NLAW anti-tank complexes can supposedly take this equipment. The propagandists' video and real "tests" conducted by Ukrainian National Guard soldiers were shown by Ukrainian Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko.
"A few days ago, Russian propagandists published a video about the "ultra-modern and impenetrable" T-80BVM tank. Aerial scouts of the 27th brigade of the National Guard have already conducted a real, not staged test. The result: the T-80BVM burns and explodes perfectly. The National Guard fighters are real masters both in combat and in destroying Russian fakes," Klymenko noted not without irony.
In a propaganda piece from September 10, dedicated to the testing of the Russian T-80BVM tank, propagandists boasted that the next "there are no analogues" equipped with "an updated set of dynamic protection against shaped charge, a new roof against Javelin and, for the first time, a 'jammer' against drones."
"Not a single penetration during the tests, Javelin and NLAW screwed up," a Russian "expert" present at the tests boastfully declared in a propaganda video.
Two days later, on September 12, the National Guard pointed out the place of both the "expert" and the "invincible" Russian tank, with the help of several UAV drops, decomposing it practically into atoms.
We will remind, earlier the soldiers of the AFU captured the most modern Russian tank T-90M "Breakthrough" near Robotyne on Zaporizhzhya.
It was also reported that the Russian large landing ship Minsk and the Rostov-on-Don submarine, from which the occupiers launched missiles at Ukraine, were hit at a ship repair plant in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol on September 13.
Judging by the first photo from the Minsk large landing craft after the strikes, the Oryx community stated: the ship was not just damaged, but completely destroyed.