Ukrainian troops destroy Russian electronic warfare station Pole-21
The Ukrainian Armed Forces have destroyed a Russian electronic warfare station called Pole-21, said General Oleksandr Tarnavskyi, who commands the Tavria troops.
He shared the information on Telegram.
"Pole-21, an electronic warfare station used by the occupiers to disrupt satellite navigation, was destroyed," said Tarnavskyi.
However, he didn't provide specific details about where and how the station was destroyed.
For reference, Pole-21 is a Russian electronic warfare station supplied to their military since 2016. It's designed to counter high-precision weapons and unmanned aerial vehicles. Russian sources claim its effective range is 60 km, while Ukrainian intelligence suggests it's over 25 km.
Additionally, on Sunday, November 5, the Ukrainian Air Force Commander, Mykola Oleshchuk, confirmed the successful attack on one of the most advanced ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, a Kalibr cruise missile carrier, during the recent attack on Kerch.