Crews of Ukrainian Stugna-P anti-tank missile systems continue to amaze with their skill in destroying the equipment of russian invaders.
Kyiv-based State-owned Design Bureau “Luch” once again published a video with the work of the Stugna-P ATGM’s crew targeting the enemy MT-LB armored combat vehicle, moving at a distance of about 4 km from the launcher.
The operator was forced to lead the missile to the target in extremely difficult conditions. The launcher shook, and at some point the target almost disappeared over the horizon, the silhouette of the car was only partially visible.
However, such a difficult situation did not prevent the ATGM operator from "hooking" the car. In the video you can see how the rocket hit the back of the vehicle and set fire to the enemy MT-LB armored combat vehicle.
However, recently the Stugna ATGM system surprised with another "option", namely the missile's ability to perform sharp maneuvers to catch up with a target moving at high speed.