Russians tracked and tried to destroy Ukrainian HIMARS but failed. Video
The Russian occupiers tracked down the Ukrainian HIMARS. The invaders tried to destroy it but failed.
A video of the occupiers' unsuccessful attempts to hit HIMARS was shown by the @vkukraine Telegram channel. The3rdForceUA Telegram channel stated that the lack of precision weapons in the Russian army prevented the Russians from realizing their intentions.
"The Russians tracked down and tried to destroy the Ukrainian HIMARS. To no avail," vkukraine noted, publishing the video.
The footage shows how HIMARS is destroying targets in one of the frontline areas. After completing the work, the system is moved.
As the HIMARS rushes along the field roads, the Russian invaders try to shoot at it. However, the huge amount of ammunition spent did not help the Russians achieve their goal.
"Even with aerial reconnaissance assets and an unlimited number of ammunitions, the enemy is unable to reach the target due to the lack of high-precision weapons," The3rdForceUA noted after watching the video.
Earlier, it was reported that the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed an occupier's helicopter near Lyman. The defenders tracked the enemy "bird" with the help of UAVs, and the fatal shot was delivered by HIMARS.
It was also reported that with the help of these American systems, the Armed Forces of Ukraine recently destroyed the most advanced Russian Tor air defense system with an accurate strike. A few days earlier, they "demilitarized" the enemy's 2С3 Akatsiya self-propelled artillery system along with six occupants.