Ukrainian Paratroopers Shows How They Eliminate Russian Tank, IFVs With M777 Howitzers' Precise Fire (Video)

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Artillerymen of 81st Separate Airmobile Brigade destroying enemy equipment and manpower with 155 mm M777 British field towed howitzers
Artillerymen of 81st Separate Airmobile Brigade destroying enemy equipment and manpower with 155 mm M777 British field towed howitzers

Warriors of the Air Assault Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have destroyed one Russian tank and two infantry fighting vehicles. The armord vehicles were destroyedwith M777 howitzers they have got from Great Britain

The Air Assault Forces Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine posted the relevant video on Facebook.

The video depicts the Ukrainian artillerymen from the 81st Separate Airmobile Brigade of the Airborne Assault Troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroying one Russian tank and two IFVs together with their crew members, using 155 mm M777 towed howitzers supplied by the United Kingdom as defense aid.

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“Artillerymen of the the 81st Separate Airmobile Brigade destroyed one tank and two infantry fighting vehicles of the Russian invaders. The video shows the successful work of artillerymen of 81st Separate Airmobile Brigade of the Airborne Assault Troops of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, destroying equipment and manpower of the ruzzists with 155 mm M777 British field towed howitzers. In particular, one tank and two infantry fighting vehicles of the Russian occupiers together with their crews were turned into scrap metal. Death to the Russian occupiers! Airborne Assault Troops - Always First! Glory to Ukraine!” the accompanying post to the video says.

Ukrainian artillerymen are firing from the howitzer M777, Defense Express
Ukrainian artillerymen are firing from the howitzer M777, photo from open sources

Defense Express reported earlier that fighters of the 81st Separate Airmobile Brigade demonstrated their cohesive work using Ukrainian-made Stugna anti-tank missile system.

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