Ukrainian Armed Forces shoot down enemy's Su-25 with "Igla" MANPADS (spectacular video)

Maxim Karpenko

Ukrainian Armed Forces shoot down enemy's Su-25 with 'Igla' MANPADS (spectacular video)
Ukrainian Armed Forces shoot down occupants' Su-25 with Igla

On Wednesday, June 28, the Ukrainian military shot down a Russian Su-25 fighter jet. To do this, they used "Igla" MANPADS.

The Russian aircraft was eliminated by the fighters of the 10th "Edelweiss" Air Assault Brigade. This was reported by the press service of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Telegram.

"Today, the fighters of the anti-aircraft missile artillery division of the 10th 'Edelweiss' Brigade used the 'Igla' MANPADS to shoot down a Russian Su-25. We thank the guys for their work!," the statement reads.

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In the video, you can see a Ukrainian soldier pointing at the Su-25 and firing a shot. In the following shots, the missile is seen hitting the target.

The soldier can also be heard shouting, delighted with his work. The video contains foul language.

The exact time and place of the destruction of the enemy fighter is not disclosed for security reasons.

Earlier, Sergeant Valeriy Markus from the 47th Brigade reported how Ukrainian defenders used a drone to track down Russian militants hiding in a dugout and neutralized them with an accurate drop.

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