Drones hit the Russian air defense training center in Yeysk

Drones hit the Russian air defense training center in Yeysk

Fires Russia UAV War with Russia

On the night of June 21, explosions were heard in the city of Yeysk in the Krasnodar Krai as a result of a drone attack.

This was reported by the Russian Telegram channel ASTRA.

Eyewitnesses to local residents distributed relevant videos to the public.

According to locals, after 1 a.m. they heard powerful explosions in the city.

Local authorities said the overnight drone attack had allegedly been repulsed.

However, the network reported a fire that occurred as a result of the UAV attack and published a corresponding video.

Initially, they wrote about a possible hit in the area of ​ ​ the military air base in Yeysk, where Russian combat aircraft are based.

Subsequently, analysts from the Dnipro OSINT group, relying on an interactive map of fires, found out that the fire occurred on the territory of the 726th Air Defense Training Center of the Russian Ground Forces.

The Ministry of Defense of the aggressor country announced the alleged downing of 43 UAVs over the territory of the Krasnodar Krai, on the night of June 21.

On the eve of the strike drones hit the Russian oil depot LUKOIL-Yugnefteprodukt, located near the village of Enem, the Republic of Adygea.

Judging by the numerous footage taken by local residents, one of the tanks on the site was hit by drones.

There was also an explosion at a Russian oil depot in the Olinsky municipal district of the Tambov region. As a result, one tank broke out on the territory of the Platonovsky oil depot.

Fires Russia UAV War with Russia