Victorious news on 616th day of war: Ukrainian drones hit electronic warfare station in Russia, missiles hit Russian HQ on Arabat Spit
Drones hit an expensive electronic warfare station in the Belgorod region of Russia, and Telegram channels report a missile strike on the occupiers' headquarters on the Arabat Spit
Ukrainian drones hit an expensive electronic warfare station in Russia
Defense Intelligence of Ukraine's servicemen in cooperation with servicemen from the Special Forces and the 1st Detached Special Forces brigade named after Ivan Bohun discovered and destroyed an expensive Russian radio relay station 48Ya6-K1 Podlet. This was reported by the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine.
The object was damaged in the border area near the village of Krasna Polyana, Shebekinsky district, Belgorod region.
"The enemy uses such equipment to detect air targets at low and extremely low altitudes," the intelligence said, adding that the operation resulted in the disabling of the Russian 48YA6-K1 Podlet radio relay station and enemy personnel suffered losses.
For the first time, HIMARS destroys an enemy UAV along with its crew with direct hit
The Operational Command West has released a video of a hit on a Russian drone with its crew. The command clarified that the enemy was hit using HIMARS.
"For the first time in history! HIMARS has destroyed a Russian ZALA UAV with a direct hit," the Command West said. "The ZALA UAV is used for Lancet guidance and reconnaissance. Our soldiers found the UAV's landing site and destroyed the crew and the installation itself with a precise strike. It was a filigree job."
Timothy Snyder launches a fundraiser for sensors that can detect 100% of air threats
United24 ambassador Timothy Snyder has launched a fundraiser for the Safe Skies system, which will help detect air targets and predict the direction of future air threats. This was announced by Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov.
"Safe Sky sensors detect air targets even at low altitudes and predict their trajectories. Artificial intelligence helps to predict the direction of the next air threats. The system has successfully performed in test mode against cruise missiles and Shaheds. It detected 100% of air threats without a single error," the minister wrote.
Timothy Snyder has launched a $950,000 fundraiser for 2,500 sensors. The overall goal is 12,500 sensors.
Attack on Russian headquarters on the Arabat Spit
On November 1, the Ukrainian Armed Forces launched a missile attack on the Arabat Spit. This was reported in both Ukrainian and Russian media.
"The Ukrainian Armed Forces launched a missile attack on the Dnepr headquarters of the Russian troops. Russian commanders from the Dnepr group were not very lucky today. During the headquarters meeting at Arabat Spit, something hit them (several times).
By the way, the headquarters was recently headed by Russian General Teplynsky, commander of the Russian Airborne Forces," a military Telegram channel reported.
"It is reported that today rocket attacks were carried out on the headquarters of the Russian troops Dnepr on the Arabat Spit. There are casualties," wrote public figure and volunteer Serhiy Sternenko.
Meanwhile, Crimean Wind reports that the missiles hit two recreation centers on the spit where the occupiers were stationed.
"The missiles hit two recreation centres - the Yunyi and Holuboye Plamya boarding houses in the village of Strilkove. These children's health resorts were occupied by the Russians and there are their 'bases' there," said residents of the Henichesk community. According to the locals, ambulances and fire trucks left Henichesk and the village of Henicheska Hirka for Strilkove," Crimean Wind writes.