Bradley IFVs and Leopard 2 Tanks Deployed to Defend Avdiivka
The Ukrainian command sent modern Western armored vehicles with Bradley and Leopard 2 to repel Russian attacks in the Avdiivka sector.
A Ukrainian soldier demonstrated combat work with the Leopard 2 in the Sniper Talks Telegram channel.
German tanks are defending Avdiivka in the village of Stepove, which Russian soldiers are trying to reach.
“The work of the Leopard tank crew was very professional, thanks to its mobility, the tank escaped direct enemy artillery fire,” the serviceman said.
U.S. Bradley infantry fighting vehicles are also used to defend the Avdiivka Coke Plant.
Recently, the Russian military tried to get close to the fence of the Coke Plant, but a Bradley IFV of the 47th Brigade helped repel the attack and ran over one of the invaders.
In both cases, commanders who observed the battlefield from drones helped adjust armored vehicles’ combat performance.
In recent days, Russians have been actively trying to storm the plant and enter its territory, getting close to the fence of the Coke Plant.
Heavy fighting also continues in the industrial area near Avdiivka. The Russians are using tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, and infantry.
According to analysts from DeepState, the invaders managed to break through some fortifications and continue to advance in the area, pushing Ukrainian forces into the private sector.
The spokesman for the joint press center of the Tauride Defense Forces, Oleksandr Shtupun, said that the Russian military command is replenishing “exhausted assault units.”
“If I were to roughly characterize the tactics used by Russian generals to use their subordinates, it would be ‘take a position or die,'” he said.
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