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Russia’s Tor-M2 Surface-to-Air Missile Didn’t Strike Ukrainian UAV, Got an M777 Shell For This Mistake (Video)

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The Tor-M2 surface-to-air missile system/ Illustrative photo from open sources
The Tor-M2 surface-to-air missile system/ Illustrative photo from open sources

How an airborne assault brigade fighters hunted down the russian Tor-M2 air defense system, which tried to escape and hide in the forest

Air reconnaissance of the 80th separate airborne assault brigade effectively hunted down the russian Tor-M2 air defense system in Luhansk oblast: the commander of the UAV platoon of the brigade Igor Sydorenko tells about the successful defeat of the Tor-M2 in his Facebook account.

Thus, during reconnaissance, the UAV operator spot the position of the russian Tor-M2 air defense system, which in turn also "noticed" Ukrainian drone and tried to hit it with its missile, which failed to hit the drone.

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At the same time, the UAV operator took a risk and followed the missile trail to track the complex and spy on it: the Tor-M2 tried to escape from the drone and later hid in the forest.

But Ukraine’s drone tracked the position of the occupiers' air defense system and adjusted the fire of the M777 howitzer: "The closest explosion was a few meters from the unit, which means that the Tor-M2 antennas were seriously damaged and the complex was out of order for a long time (perhaps forever)."

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