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​Ukrainian Border Guards Destroy russian Murom-P Using Drones Again (Video)

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Ukrainian Border Guards Destroyed russian Murom-P surveillance system / Screenshot from State Border Guard Service of Ukraine video
Ukrainian Border Guards Destroyed russian Murom-P surveillance system / Screenshot from State Border Guard Service of Ukraine video

russian Murom-P surveillance system seems to be an easy target, as this is not the first time Ukrainian militaries destroy such objects

State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported that thanks to the skill of aerial reconnaissance, russian Murom-P video-thermal surveillance system, which has a thermal imager as well as a long zoom camera was destroyed. It is known that it could monitor up to 10 kilometers away.

It took border guards three hits to leave occupiers without this system in total.

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Invaders were left without ability to adjust artillery in a certain location as well as monitor movements of the Defense Forces of Ukraine.

Ukrainian Border Guards Destroy russian Murom-P Using Drones Again (Video), Defense Express
russian Murom-P surveillance system / Open source illustrative photo

Murom-P is russian development. It has a long-range video camera and thermal imagers, and one of the kit versions also comes with radar. The system is said to be capable of detecting objects of the types "car" and "person" in the following range characteristics: the day camera can detect and recognize a car 10,000 meters away, or a person from 8,000 m; the thermal camera spots a car within 6,900 m and a person within 2,700 m, recognizes them from 4,800 and 1,500 meters respectively, in the most basic version.

Earlier Defense Express reported that new wheeled chassis would give mobility to the russian Serp EW system.

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