They continue in Avdivka Fierce fight, and the latest reports from the front show that the Russians, though suffering heavy losses, have not given up. As it turns out, it plays an important role in this process Equipment from Poland.
A post appeared on social media purporting to be made by Russian soldier Dmitry Filatov using it Nicknamed Wojak. The military describes how the aggressors deal with the front and what tactics they use (eg. An extensive network of tunnels), but at the same time he complains about the weapons coming from our country. We are talking about lightweights 60 mm mortar shells.
– There are these bullets Quiet and do not make a specific whistling soundAs a result the soldiers were shot dead They have no time to reactFor cover, this translates into significant losses—which, according to Wozak’s account, directly draws attention to the high number of dead and wounded. “We are looking for them, trying to find them and destroy them,” he wrote in a post to which he attached a photo of the weapon.
Battles near Avdivka. Polish motors were a terror to the Russians
From this information it can be concluded that the missiles that gave the Russians a headache were manufactured in Avdiivka. Zakłady Mechaniczne Tarnów. As Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced during a visit to the factory in 2022, at least 100 pieces of 2017 light infantry mortars should be delivered to Ukraine. Then the politician said, “First we will deliver 100 weapons to Ukraine. Among them will be light infantry mortars. LMP-2017 Caliber 60 mm“.
“The LMP-2017 Light Infantry Motor is used … Destruction of living powerMilitary technology with light field fortifications and fire assets and semi-indirect fire at optical visibility levels (a target visible from the firing position). At any time of the day and in all weather conditions” – we read on the website of Zakłady Mechaniczne Tarnów. This equipment can be used to fight enemies at a distance of 1.3 km, Poland uses 59.4 mm caliber ammunition as standard.
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