Ukraine.  Soldiers shot down a Russian Ka-52 helicopter with a Soviet Igla bomber

Ukrainian soldiers shot down a Russian Ka-52 helicopter in the Kharkiv region with a Soviet Igla missile launcher. They reported destroying a helicopter worth $15 million with a $100 cannon.

Soldiers of the 93rd Chodni Gar Brigade shot down a Ka-52 helicopter with a Soviet-made Igla missile. “It was a shame to lose the stinger to them [produkowaną w USA wyrzutnię – przyp. red.]That is why the Russian Ka-52 was shot down with an ordinary needle,” the Eastern Operations Command wrote on social media, publishing photos of the destroyed machine.

According to information provided by the Ukrainian leadership via Facebook, the downing of the “Russian helicopter was worth about $15 million”, and the weapons used in its destruction “cost $100.”

Russian helicopter shot downFacebook.com/EastOC

A Russian helicopter was shot down. Officer’s account

In a post on social media, the Eastern Operations Command quoted an officer in the 93rd Brigade. He said that at night the Russian helicopters flew at a very low altitude and overhead Ukrainian positions. An air defense boy from two units fired two missiles at them. The officer said one hit a heat trap, but the other shot down the Ka-53.

Main image source: Facebook.com/EastOC

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