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SMArt 155 in Action: Use of High-Precision Munitions to Eliminate russians is Geting Large-Scale (Video)

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SMArt 155 in Action: Use of High-Precision Munitions to Eliminate russians is Geting Large-Scale (Video)

The SMArt 155 ammunition allows defenders of Ukraine to destroy two targets at once with one shot

A new video using the German SMArt 155 ammunition, which is intended for targeted destruction of enemy armored vehicles, has appeared on the Internet. This projectile carries two separate sub-munitions. Submunitions are dispensed in air and then search for targets using sensors.

They are equipped with a combined radar and infrared homing head and search for a target while descending on parachutes. As soon as the target enters the sight, the sub-munition detonates and fires a explosively formed penetrator - an impact element accelerated to a speed of more than 5000 m/s.

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This is already the second public video of the SMArt 155 projectiles use. The first case was published by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine at the beginning of July. Then the Russian anti-aircraft missile-gun complex "Pantsir-S1" was hit, but the quality of the video did not allow to accurately identify the projectile, because there is a similar French 155 BONUS ammunition, which has a similar algorithm of action, but uses winglets.

SMArt 155 is now much easier to identify. At the same time, this is far from the only high-precision artillery ammunition in service with the Armed Forces. In particular, it is known that Canada transferred high-precision M982 Excalibur. When fired at 40 km, this projectile has a proven deviation of only a few meters.

At the same time, the list of high-precision means of destruction by artillery fire for Ukraine’s artillery will soon be replenished with one more ammunition - M1156 PGK. Although in fact it is not a full-fledged separate ammunition, but only a means to turn any 155 projectile into a high-precision one, because it is only a special unit with satellite navigation and aerodynamic rudders for trajectory correction.

According to the calculations of specialists in the Pentagon, one such projectile performs a task that requires the expenditure of 10-50 ordinary 155-mm projectiles. In practice, this means more destroyed targets with a smaller number of shells, which allows you to save the resource of the gun, as well as the ability to maneuver more often.

Defense Express reported that two Nona-K artillery systems, and equipment of the Russian invaders were destroyed by warriors of the 40th Artillery Brigade named after Grand Duke Vytautas – the video appeared.

We also also wrote that Ukrainian warriors are already using American M777A2 howitzers on the battlefield - and they are having their first successes.

We published a video that directly captures the work of artillery units on enemy targets - preparation for the shot and, in fact, the shot itself, adjusting artillery fire and shooting at the defeat

Whatch the video and find more details on the theme in a publication by Defense Express:

The First Successes of American M777A2 Howitzer on Battlefield in Ukraine - russia’s 2S3 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Gun Eliminated (video)

The moment of hit of the projectile which was shelled from the American M777A2 howitzer in the russian 2C3 Acacia self-propelled gun, Defense Express
The moment of hit of the projectile which was shelled from the American M777A2 howitzer in the russian 2C3 Acacia self-propelled gun

Earlier we also published a video with "first shots" of 155 mm M777 howitzers in Ukraine appeared.

As Defense Express reported Ukraine's Armed Forces destroyed another russian artillery battery trying to fight like in Syria.

Find more details on the theme in a publication by Defense Express:

Artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, illustrative photo of pre-war times, Defense Express
Artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, illustrative photo of pre-war times
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