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Ukraine's Security Service Strike russian Military Sites in Occupied Crimea Using Drones

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On the morning of December 5, occupied Crimea was attacked by a record number of drones since the end of summer – more than 40 / Foto credit: Security Service of Ukraine
On the morning of December 5, occupied Crimea was attacked by a record number of drones since the end of summer – more than 40 / Foto credit: Security Service of Ukraine

The UAVs of the Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) have struck several russian military facilities in temporarily occupied Crimea

On the morning of December 5, drones of the Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) struck several military objects of the russian federation in temporarily occupied Crimea.

The Ukrainian media reported this, citing sources.

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Nebo-M radar system, Defense Express
Nebo-M radar system / Foto credit: Wikipedia

According to the sources, SSU drones hit a Nebo-M radar system in the area of the village of Bagerovo, a helicopter parking, the P-18 Terek radar system and the Baikal-1M anti-aircraft missile control system near the village of Strilkove.

"The explosions at military facilities in Crimea are the result of an SSU special operation," emphasize the sources.

It should be noted that on the morning of December 5, the russian authorities reported intercepting over 40 Ukrainian drones. Explosions were heard in Kerch, Feodosia, Sevastopol, and Old Crimea.

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