During the night of September 21st, a joint operation by Ukraine's Security Service (SSU) and the Ukrainian Naval Forces targeted the military airfield in "Saky" in the occupied Crimea.
This information is reported by LIGA.net, citing sources within the SSU.
It is reported that at the time of the strike on the military airfield, there were at least 12 Russian aircraft, including Su-24 and Su-30, as well as the Pantsir-S1 air defense system.
Additionally, the airfield houses a base for training operators of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) called “Mojaher,” which Russia has used for attacks on Ukraine.
The SSU and Naval Forces inflicted significant damage to the equipment of the occupiers through their strikes.
Drones were utilized to bypass Russian air defenses, followed by the launch of “Neptune” missiles.
It is worth noting that on the night of September 21st, the Russian Ministry of Defense acknowledged a large-scale drone attack on Crimea, claiming to have downed 19 drones over the Black Sea and Crimea waters.
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