Russia completely destroyed US arms depot with 4 Kalibr missiles in Ternopil, Ukraine

A simultaneous strike with four Kalibr cruise missiles at once turned out to be deplorable for a base with American weapons.

Russia completely destroyed US arms depot with 4 Kalibr missiles in Ukraine’s Ternopil

The Russian Black Sea Fleet Admiral Essen frigate launched four missile strikes with 3M-54 Kalibr cruise missiles, which destroyed the U.S. arms depot in Ukraine’s Ternopil. As it became known, all four cruise missiles successfully reached their targets. As a result, thousands of portable anti-aircraft missile systems, field artillery, artillery ammunition, anti-tank missiles, etc were simultaneously destroyed.

According to the information, the strikes were carried out on an identified base in the territory of the Ternopil region. Data on losses among the Ukrainian military are not yet available, however, there is evidence that up to 200 military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and about 80 foreign mercenaries could be at the destroyed facility.

On the presented video frames, you can see the moment of the Kalibr cruise missiles attacking the weapons depot near the city of Chortkiv. The attacks were carried out during the daytime. This was quite unexpected for the Armed Forces of Ukraine, as a result of which attempts to intercept Russian cruise missiles were not even made.

According to various sources, the destroyed warehouses contained up to 1,200 American and other MANPADS, about 1,500 anti-tank missile systems, at least 30 pieces of artillery, several tens of thousands of ammunition, and other weapons.

Earlier, during a briefing, the official representative of the Ministry of Defense, Igor Konashenkov, said that the Russian Armed Forces destroyed a warehouse in the Ternopil region that stored weapons that were supplied to Ukrainian troops from the United States and a number of Western countries. High-precision Caliber missiles were used to hit the target.

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