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Over 100 Drones Destroyed in Missile Strike on Russian Training Ground in Yeysk

Over 100 Drones Destroyed in Missile Strike on Russian Training Ground in Yeysk

Occupants elimination Russia UAV Ukraine

More than a hundred various drones were destroyed during a missile strike on the training grounds of the 726th Air Defense Training Center in Yeysk, Krasnodar Krai.

The Dosye shpiona Telegram channel reported on this.

As previously reported, the attack on the training center took place on June 21, 2024. The Center trains Russian military personnel to operate reconnaissance and attack drones.

According to the General Staff, a training building and a UAV control center were hit.

According to the Dosye shpiona Telegram channel, instructors and technical staff from the Yelabuga drone factory that produces Geran-2 kamikaze drones were killed at the facility; their surnames are Gunya, Sadreev, and Kazhanov.

There is no information on casualties among the Russian military.

At the same time, analysts from the Astra community reported, citing their sources, that 9 Russian servicemen were wounded in the strike.

According to the source of the Dosye shpiona Telegram channel, 20 Geran-2 kamikaze drones, 50 Lancet drones and 40 Zala reconnaissance drones were destroyed.

On the night of June 24, the Armed Forces of Ukraine hit a long-range space communications center in the village of Vityne. The Center’s full name is the 40th separate command and measurement complex as part of the Titov Main Test and Space Systems Control Center of the Russian Aerospace Forces (military unit #81415). This facility was seized by the Russians during the annexation of Crimea.

OSINT researchers of the CyberBoroshno Telegram channel found out that at least one Krasukha electronic warfare system was located on the territory of this facility, designed to cover command posts and other important Russian facilities.

From a military unit near Yevpatoria, the Russians control the orbital grouping of their spacecraft. In particular, they provide the GLONASS navigation system and space monitoring.

In particular, the center is designed to support the GLONASS navigation system and space monitoring.

Occupants elimination Russia UAV Ukraine