Monday, July 4, 2022

HEY VLAD, What Goes Around Comes Around: Ukraine Successfully Hitting Russian Command Posts With New Rocket System; Ukraine hits Russian military base in occupied Melitopol; Moscow blames Ukrainian missile attack for deaths in south Russian city; Ukraine finds Russian hard drive with 100 GB military data, LIVE UPDATES and MORE

Ukraine Successfully Hitting Russian Command Posts With New Rocket System: Pentagon:
A little over a week ago Ukraine's military began showing off it newly acquired long-rage rocket systems from the US by uploading videos of launches against Russian forces.
Ukraine's Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov announced last month, "HIMARS have arrived to Ukraine. Thank you to my colleague and friend SecDef Lloyd J. Austin III for these powerful tools! Summer will be hot for Russian occupiers. And the last one for some of them," in reference to the High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems.
Already, Ukraine's forces and their American backers are touting that they've been able to target and strike Russian command centers with the HIMARS, which are well past the front lines.
The Hill has cited a senior US defense official who said Ukraine is now having "a good deal of success" with the recently deployed HIMARS rockets, particularly in the hotspot of current fighting, the Donbas in the east of the country.
"Because it is such a precise, longer-range system, Ukrainians are able to carefully select targets that will undermine the effort by Russia in a more systematic way, certainly than they would be able to do with the shorter-range artillery systems," the Pentagon official said further. --->READ MORE HERE
Ukraine hits Russian military base in occupied Melitopol, exiled mayor says?
Ukrainian forces hit a Russian military logistics base with over 30 strikes in the Russian-occupied southern city of Melitopol on Sunday, the city's exiled mayor said. A Russian-installed official confirmed that strikes had hit the city.
"At 3 o'clock (0000 GMT) and 5 o'clock (0200 GMT), there were over 30 strikes on a single military base," Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov, who is currently on Ukraine-controlled territory, said on Telegram.
The military aerial logistics base has been "taken out of action" and other resistance activity caused a Russian armoured train carrying ammunition to derail on Saturday near Melitopol, Fedorov said.
The base was occupied on the second day of Russia's invasion in February and was being used to store ammunition for heavy Russian weapons, he later said on television. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to +++++relevant+++++ and related stories:

+++++Russia-Ukraine News LATEST UPDATES: (REUTERS) (AP) (NY POST) and (WSJ)+++++

+++++Moscow blames Ukrainian missile attack for deaths in south Russian city+++++

+++++Ukraine finds Russian hard drive with 100 GB military data+++++

U.S. sending Ukraine two surface-to-air missile systems -Pentagon

Ukrainians are building homemade tech in attempt to thwart Russian drone onslaught

Splintered Ukrainian city braces for new battle with Russia

Mines, Port Damage Threaten Revival of Sea Route for Ukraine Grain

Russia claims to have captured last Ukrainian holdout city in Luhansk

Jens Stoltenberg Prepares to Confront Putin in Extra Year at NATO’s Helm

Russia’s messages with missiles tell West to back off

Russian Strike Kills Four in Eastern Ukrainian City of Slovyansk

Russia claims control of pivotal eastern Ukrainian province

Czech PM: Our fighter jets will guard Slovakia's air space from Sept

Russian diplomats depart Bulgaria amid soaring tensions

If you like what you see, please "Like" and/or Follow us on FACEBOOK here, GETTR here, and TWITTER here.

No comments: