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An attack on a “secret” Russian air defense base in Crimea killed its commander

An attack on a “secret” Russian air defense base in Crimea killed its commander

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A missile strike on a “secret” Russian air defense base in the temporarily occupied Crimea killed a unit commander.

Russian media reported on this.

The burial of the commander, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Kulakov, took place in the city of Alushta.

He served in the 3rd Radio Technical Regiment (military unit No. 85683) of the Russian Aerospace Forces, which monitored the airspace over Ukraine.

Kulakov died as a result of a missile attack on May 13, 2024, when Storm Shadow missiles attacked a radio engineering unit on the top of Bedenekyr.

The fact of his death confirms that the attack on the enemy’s air defense base was successful, and that some damage was done to the stationary systems.

It should be noted that prior to the annexation of Crimea, the former commander served in the 40th Radio Technical Brigade of the South Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

After the annexation, Kulakov was supposed to return to mainland Ukraine, but decided to stay and take an oath to the Russian Armed Forces, and became a traitor.

As previously reported, the morning missile attack that took place on Monday, May 13, 2024, and damaged facilities on the territory of the military base and killed the commander of a Russian military unit.

A radar system in the Ai-Petri area, on the top of Bedenekyr, was hit. Radars located on the territory monitor the airspace in the interests of the Russian invasion army.

It was claimed that the attack had killed the commander of this “secret” air defense base, as well as one Russian soldier.

Militarnyi previously reported that the former commander of the Russian Navy’s Northern Fleet flagship Admiral Gorshkov, who had promised to hit a five-story residential building with a Zircon missile, had been buried in Russia.

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