An artillery unit of the 59th Motorized Infantry Brigade named after Yakov Gandziuk destroyed a russian artillery battery consisting of one 152-mm MC-C 2C19 self-propelled artillery unit and several 122-mm D-30 towed howitzers. Ukrainian artillerymen adjusted their fire with the help of an unmanned aerial vehicle.
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It should be noted that in this case, the enemy's artillery tried to follow the patterns that were tested during the fighting in Syria.
In particular, the invaders are trying to combine towed and self-propelled artillery in one formation, with different calibers, in order to concentrate the maximum possible firepower on a narrow section of the front.
But the Russians did not seem to realize for the third month that the patterns of war against irregular forces were not suitable for action against the regular army. Therefore, they stubbornly continue to use towed artillery to conduct a "maneuver war". This simplifies the task of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to eliminate the occupiers on Ukrainian soil.
Defense Express published a video with "first shots" of 155 mm M777 howitzers in Ukraine appeared. American howitzers send High-Explosive Rocket Assisted (HERA) "surprises" to the enemy.
Watch the video and find more details on the theme in a publication by Defense Express:
They Already Destroying Russian Troops: Video with "First Shots" of 155 mm M777 Howitzers in Ukraine Appeared
Find more on the current details of Ukraine-russia war as well as russia’s combat losses in a publications by Defense Express:
Ukraine’s General Staff Operational Report: Occupiers are Active in Slobozhansky, Donetsk Directions but Suffer Great Losses
Read more: NATO Artillery Comparative Analysis