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Russian "Krasnopoli" in a few minutes defeated a platoon of howitzers M777

Russia destroyed an artillery platoon of M777 howitzers with precision strikes.

The Russian military released video footage of the destruction of an artillery platoon of American-made M777 towed light howitzers. It is known that the counter-battery radars successfully identified the deployment area of ​​Ukrainian howitzers, after which, thanks to the use of drones, the exact coordinates of the deployment of the guns were established, and within a few minutes, high-precision strikes were inflicted on the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine - in all likelihood, the latter were carried out with the help of corrected ammunition "Krasnopol", which had already managed to successfully prove themselves.

On the presented video frames, you can see how Russian artillerymen deliver precision strikes on the positions of the Ukrainian military. It is noted that as a result of accurate hits, an artillery platoon was destroyed, including the guns themselves and their ammunition. The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation does not specify in which direction the strikes were carried out, however, experts identified American M777 howitzers in the video footage.

“Personnel of objective monitoring of the destruction of the firing position of a platoon of towed artillery guns of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In the course of conducting counter-battery combat, the location of a platoon of towed guns of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was established by Russian means of artillery reconnaissance. After additional reconnaissance of the enemy’s artillery positions by Russian crews of unmanned aerial vehicles, Russian artillerymen struck at the firing position of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. As a result of the strike, the artillery pieces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and their ammunition were destroyed", - informs the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

Video footage was filmed on June 25. At the same time, according to experts, to date, no more than 20 M777 howitzers remain in service with the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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