22 June 2024
Ukraine turned the left bank of the Dnieper into an `impregnable` fortress with Russian UAVs 0

Ukraine turned the left bank of the Dnieper into an `impregnable` fortress with Russian UAVs 0

(Dan Tri) - Ukraine is using electronic warfare weapons extensively to protect the gains they have won on the left bank of the Dnieper River in Kherson.

(Dan Tri) – Ukraine is using electronic warfare weapons extensively to protect the gains they have won on the left bank of the Dnieper River in Kherson.

Ukrainian soldiers fighting on the left bank of the Dnieper River, Kherson (Photo: Ministry of Defense of Ukraine).

According to Forbes, Ukraine is turning the village of Krynky on the left bank of the Dnieper River into an `impregnable` fortress against Russian UAVs by deploying a dense electronic warfare system.

In other words, in the bridgehead area that Ukraine has won over the past few months, Kiev is seeking to control the airspace here.

However, according to observers, after the unsuccessful counterattack campaign last June, Ukraine’s determination to keep Krinky at all costs has strategic significance to show that they are still in control of the situation on the front lines.

Ukraine’s Defense Strategy Center said that the country’s electronic warfare units are strongly preventing Russian UAVs from fighting in Krynky.

Ukrainian and foreign media last month described the battle for Krynky as a very difficult task for the marines of the 35th Ukrainian Brigade.

This is only a very small area of land, but to maintain it, Ukraine must mobilize forces to cross the river, supply supplies across the river, and they are often subjected to `rain` of fire and intense shelling from Russia.

However, Ukraine is making use of its UAVs, including the suicide line and the explosive drop line, to cause damage to Russian forces seeking to attack Krynky, while fiercely preventing Moscow’s UAV attacks on

In a battle, the side that controls the airspace will gain the advantage.

`Russia is ready to confront Ukraine in the air, but within range of attacking the enemy, Moscow is being overcome by Kiev’s electronic warfare,` Mr. Sladkov said.

It is currently unclear which type of electronic warfare weapons Ukraine used in Krynky.

The $50,000 system can detect drones up to nearly 100km away and when the UAV flies a distance of 48km, the electronic warfare complex will jam, cutting off communication between Russian weapons and the operator.

Electronic warfare weapons are often called `invisible killers` because they are military weapons that use electromagnetic energy to attack or disrupt the operations of opponents.

When the war between Russia and Ukraine broke out, the role of electronic warfare weapons became even more important.

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