Ukraine hits Russian strategic radar installation in Krasnodar Krai — photo

Ukrainian drones have reportedly struck a radar station near Armavir in Russia's Krasnodar Krai on May 23. This station is part of Russia's early warning system for ballistic missile launches.

This information was reported by independent Russian outlet iStories on May 24, citing OSINT (open-source intelligence) experts, and included several photos of the damaged facility.

The drones targeted a Voronezh-DM decimeter-range radar station, according to the report. The cost of one such radar station exceeds $16.8 million.

“This station is part of the Russian warning system for enemy nuclear missile launches,” the report said.

“Voronezh-DM provides radar coverage up to a distance of 6,000 kilometers.”

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On May 23, drones operated by Ukraine’s Defense Intelligence (HUR) attacked several Russian military sites in Krasnodar Krai and Tatarstan. According to Russian media, in Krasnodar Krai, the attack targeted a military base of the 818th Separate Radio Engineering Center.

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