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ISW assessed attacks on Russian military facilities in Dzhankoy, Samara, Kazan and Mordovia

ByJohn Newman

Apr 18, 2024

On Wednesday, April 17, the Ukrainian Defense Forces attacked military installations of the Russian Army in Dzhankoy, Samara, Kazan and the Republic of Mordovia. The Washington Institute for the Study of War assessed these attacks.

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ISW assessed attacks on Russian military facilities in Dzhankoy, Samara, Kazan and Mordovia

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The ISW analytical material notes that on April 17, Ukrainian forces attacked all legitimate targets in the temporarily occupied Crimea and in the aggressor country, targeting air defense, aviation and radar detection capabilities of aircraft Russian Federation, NBN reports.

American experts drew attention to the attack on the military airfield in Dzhankoy, where the air defense army of the Southern Military District of the Russian Federation and the 39th separate helicopter regiment of the terrorist state are based.

Analysts said that the invaders transferred Ka-52, Mi-8, Mi-25M and Mi-28 helicopters to this air base, which provided the “second army of the world” with offensive and defensive advantages. However, ISW did not find any visual evidence of damage to this equipment as a result of the “bavovna.”

In parallel, on the same day, the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense attacked an aircraft factory in Kazan, the Container radar in Mordovia and destroyed a Mi-8 helicopter at the airfield “Ridge” in Samara.

Experts note that the shelling of military installations by Putin's occupation forces in the Crimea and the Russian Federation appears to be a coordinated and large-scale series of attacks on aviation, air defense and the radar detection capabilities of Putin's army.

Recall that the media revealed the losses of the invaders as a result of the attack on the air base in Dzhankoy.


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