Russian Troops Carry Out Reconnaissance Ops In Nebo-T Radar Station
In a newly released video, Russian troops carry out reconnaissance operations in a mobile Nebo-T radar station.
Nebo-T radar stations are able to carry out airborne radar reconnaissance as well as quickly find and track targets in the air or on the ground with high accuracy within a radius of up to 600 kilometers (370 miles).
Radar company commander Alexander said: “The main task is to conduct radar air reconnaissance within the parameters of the radar field, detect air targets, cooperate with anti-aircraft missile crews, aviation, and transmit radar information to them.
“We observe multiple launch rocket systems, such as Grad, Hurricane, and Tochka-U, and transmit information in a timely manner,” Alexander said.
Elsewhere, pro-Russia forces have gained control of the city of Lyman in Donetsk Oblast, according to Ukrainian officials, following what they called a well-organized attack.
And 10 have been killed and up to 35 wounded following Russian missile strikes on a Ukrainian military base in Dnipro Raion in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast.
Officials are claiming that Russian forces have scattered up to 500 Soviet-era mines in the Black Sea, making it impossible for Ukraine to export goods from its ports.
And Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that lives are lost in Ukraine every moment the West delays putting more pressure on Russia.
American officials said the Biden administration was considering supplying Ukraine with the M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System.
The maximum firing range of the light multiple rocket launcher developed in the late 1990s for the United States Army is 186 miles.
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that from February 24 to May 27, the total combat losses of Russian troops stand at around 30,150 personnel.
The Ukrainian military also claims that Russia has lost 1,338 tanks, 3,270 armored fighting vehicles, 631 artillery systems, 203 multiple launch rocket systems, 93 anti-aircraft systems, 207 warplanes, 174 helicopters, 2,240 motor vehicles and fuel tankers, 13 vessels, 504 unmanned aerial vehicles, 48 units of special equipment, and 116 cruise missiles.
Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 in what Russian President Vladimir Putin initially called a “special military operation” to “demilitarize and denazify” Ukraine.
The Kremlin is still calling it a “special military operation” but now says the goal is to “protect Donbass”. May 30 marks the 96th day of the invasion.