Frontline urgently requires max number of electronic warfare stations - 4th Rubizh Brigade
Volodymyr Nazarenko, an artillery officer with the 4th Rubizh Brigade of Ukraine’s National Guard, said that the brigade had announced a fundraising for the electronic warfare station to protect the maximum number of its units
He shared the information on Espreso TV.
"Electronic warfare stations are a very important thing. Because the enemy is actively trying to improve its technical abilities. In addition to using a large amount of manpower, artillery, armored vehicles, ammunition, the Russians also use technology. That is, military technology is progressing every day. The enemy is actively using attack UAVs and various kinds of reconnaissance drones," explained Nazarenko.
The artillery officer with the 4th Rubizh Brigade emphasized that it is important to save the lives of every Ukrainian hero.
"Whether it is an infantryman, a grenade launcher, a sniper, a reconnaissance man, an engineer, a mortar launcher, an artilleryman, a tanker. Therefore, it is extremely important to fight enemy FPV drones. Electronic warfare stations are obstacles that jam communication, which makes it possible to make the movements of Ukrainian soldiers safe. We need to use everything that can save the lives of Ukrainian defenders. Currently, the brigade is raising funds for electronic warfare equipment at the station to protect the maximum number of its units performing tasks on the front line," Nazarenko said.
- Ukraine has created a unique mobile electronic intelligence system called EW ETER, designed to verify Russian electronic warfare signals prior to the deployment of drones.
- Ukrainian troops repelled Russian attacks in the Avdiivka, Kupyansk, Bakhmut, Marinka, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson directions and eliminated 840 soldiers.