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​The Commander of the Joint Forces Showed the Repairing Process of Equipment (Video)

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Despite ongoing challenges, Ukrainian forces remain well-equipped and operational thanks to skilled repair units / screenshot from video
Despite ongoing challenges, Ukrainian forces remain well-equipped and operational thanks to skilled repair units / screenshot from video

Despite ongoing challenges, Ukrainian forces remain well-equipped and operational thanks to skilled repair units

In the northern region of Ukraine, specialized units are actively engaged in repairing equipment crucial for frontline operations. This update comes directly from Lieutenant General Serhiy Naiev, the Commander of the Joint Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who shared the news on his Telegram channel.

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Serhiy Naiev emphasized the critical role these units play in maintaining the functionality of weaponry and military equipment within the North Operational Command. He highlighted the importance of proper operation, regular maintenance and swift repair to ensure readiness on the battlefield.

These repair units are not only well-trained domestically but have also received training abroad, enhancing their capabilities and expertise. They operate dynamically, maneuvering to areas where military units are actively carrying out missions.

Despite ongoing challenges, Ukrainian forces remain well-equipped and operational thanks to skilled repair units Defense Express The Commander of the Joint Forces Showed the Repairing Process of Equipment (Video)
Despite ongoing challenges, Ukrainian forces remain well-equipped and operational thanks to skilled repair units / screenshot from video

Serhiy Naiev assured that these repair units are fully equipped with the necessary material and technical support, ensuring they can efficiently carry out their vital tasks in support of ongoing operations.

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