And this is not the first time that Iranian ammunition has been spotted in the hands of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Last year, on one of the videos of Ukraine’s artillerymen using the D-30 howitzer, an interesting detail was spot: Ukraine’s military are using the OF-462 122 mm high-explosive shells, which were manufactured in Iran.
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One of the most likely assumptions about how exactly they got to Ukraine is the "contraband", which was intercepted by the USA and sent to Ukraine as "surplus military property".
And now we have another example of "supply" from Iran: thus, Ukraine Weapons Tracker published a photo of another Iranian ammunition that was spot in the hands of Ukraine’s militarymen, namely the S-8OF HE-FRAG 80-mm aircraft rockets, also known as Fadak 2.
The rockets were seen together with the "Afghan" Mi-17V-5 helicopter, which was supplied to Ukraine by the US as part of defense assistance. Moreover, the ammunition itself is new: it was manufactured in 2022.
As for the specifications of the rockets: these munitions have a mass of 11.4 kg, of which 3.8 kg is the warhead. The target range is 1,300-4,000 m. It is intended for the destruction of manpower and lightly armored enemy vehicles.
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