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russian Occupiers Redeploy SAM Systems to Protect Their Military Facilities Against Ukrainian Strikes in Crimea

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96К6 Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile and gun system / Open source illustrative photo
96К6 Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile and gun system / Open source illustrative photo

Agents from the Atesh Ukrainian partisan movement tracked the occupiers` actions as well as scouted the russians' ability to defend their military facilities from Ukrainian strikes

Partisans had been observing and recording the movements of air defense and missile defense systems in Sevastopol for the whole week. The occupiers` goal is obvious. They try to suppress strikes of the Defense Forces of Ukraine, which are carried out with pinpoint accuracy on military facilities in Crimea.

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russian Occupiers Redeploy SAM Systems to Protect Their Military Facilities Against Ukrainian strikes in Crimea, Defense Express
Transportation of the anti-aircraft gun along the Kamyshovoye highway / Photo credit: the Atesh partisan movement

"The only thing the occupiers didn't take into account is that our agents are everywhere and watching everything! We know that the anti-aircraft gun was moved along the Kamyshovoye highway towards Cossack Bay, where the 810th separate naval infantry brigade is deployed," the Atesh reported on its Telegram channel.

russian Occupiers Redeploy SAM Systems to Protect Their Military Facilities Against Ukrainian strikes in Crimea, Defense Express
The coordinates of anti-aircraft gun location / Photo credit: the Atesh partisan movement

Partisans provided the coordinates of anti-aircraft gun location: 44.570850, 33.420507

The Atesh also managed to find a 96К6 Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile and gun system that occupiers had arranged near Inkerman Bay. The information was immediately transmitted to the Defense Forces of Ukraine for further actions.

russian Occupiers Redeploy SAM Systems to Protect Their Military Facilities Against Ukrainian strikes in Crimea, Defense Express
96К6 Pantsir-S1 anti-aircraft missile and gun system arranged near Inkerman Bay / Photo credit: the Atesh partisan movement

Coordinates of the placement were provided by partisans: 44.605626, 33.593327

The Atesh's agents continue to monitor the enemy, expand their target list, and send information into the right hands as well.

Earlier Defense Express reported that russia’s Fleet in Occupied Crimea Might Come Under Attack by Ukraine's Defense Forces Again.

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