Strike UAVs worked: new details of the operation to hit the Black Sea Fleet facilities in Perevalne in Crimea
The AFU Special Operations Forces have revealed details of the "Top Gun" operation in temporarily occupied Crimea. With the help of attack drones, servicemen hit the facilities of the Russian Black Sea Fleet on the Ukrainian peninsula.
Together with other units of the SDF Defense Force, the AFU Special Operations Forces struck the facilities of the 126th Coast Guard Brigade of the Russian Black Sea Fleet. This is stated in the Telegram-channel of the Special Operations Forces of the AFU (to see the photo, scroll to the end of the page).
The servicemen said that attack drones were used during the operation. With the help of drones, the defenders struck the location of the enemy in Perevalnoye in temporarily occupied Crimea.
As a result of practicing on the location of the enemy, the Russians suffered losses in killed and wounded.
The military also noted that the peculiarities of the terrain made the operation difficult. However, the UAVs successfully overcame the route and reached the targets. In addition, the servicemen showed a photo of one of the drones that took part in the operation.
We will remind, in the temporarily occupied Crimea recognized the defeat of a military facility during a drone attack on August 25. The flight was in the village of Perevalne, where the 126th separate brigade of coast guard of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation is deployed.
As reported OBOZREVATEL, on the morning of August 24, the Independence Day of Ukraine, explosions were heard in Crimea near the village of Mayak on Cape Tarkhankut. The media wrote that there was a battle there involving watercraft and aircraft. Later, the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry confirmed that it was a joint operation with the AFU Navy.